clear-cut

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Alternative spelling of clear cut
clearly or sharply defined to the mind; "clear-cut evidence of tampering"; "Claudius was the first to invade Britain with distinct
intentions of conquest"; "trenchant distinctions between right and wrong"
When a forest has been clear-cut it means that ALL the trees have been cut down When a forest is clear-cut many animals and plants lose their home
clearly or sharply defined to the mind; "clear-cut evidence of tampering"; "Claudius was the first to invade Britain with distinct intentions of conquest"; "trenchant distinctions between right and wrong"
having had all the trees removed at one time; "clear-cut hillsides subject to erosion
having had all the trees removed at one time; "clear-cut hillsides subject to erosion"
clear and distinct to the senses; easily perceptible; "as clear as a whistle"; "clear footprints in the snow"; "the letter brought back a clear image of his grandfather"; "a spire clean-cut against the sky"; "a clear-cut pattern"
smoothed, planed; free from ambiguity, understandable
Something that is clear-cut is easy to recognize and quite distinct. This was a clear-cut case of the original land owner being in the right The issue is not so clear cut. easy to understand or be certain about = definite. an area of forest that has been completely cut down
A timber harvest method that removes all the trees on an area in one operation
A harvest method that removes essentially all trees in a stand
intentions of conquest"; "trenchant distinctions between right and wrong" having had all the trees removed at one time; "clear-cut hillsides subject to erosion
Cutting every tree in a given area, regardless of species or size; an appropriate harvest method for some species; can be destructive if not carefully controlled
having had all trees cut
to remove all trees or vegetation from an area
straightforward, obvious, simple, or basic

It looks like a simple enough problem, but the answer might not be as clear cut as you suppose.

clearcut
Alternative spelling of clear cut
clear cut
A harvest in which all or almost all of the trees are removed in one entry Also called 'deforestation' (See regeneration harvest )
clear cut
A harvest in which all or most all of the trees are removed in one cutting
clear cut
A harvest in which all or almost all of the trees are removed in one cutting
clear cut
Harvesting all the trees in one area at one time, a practice that destroys vital habitat and biodiversity and encourages rainfall or snowmelt runoff, erosion, sedimentation of streams and lakes, and flooding
clearcut
A unit of forest where all the trees are removed It is intended to produce a new even-aged forest stand
clearcut
Cutting all trees in an area to a minimum diameter, such as 4 inches -All merchantable trees arc cut and removed
clearcut
A harvest method where an entire stand of trees is removed in one cutting operation, leading to the establishment of an even-aged stand
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A silvicultural method which removes all trees from a designated area at one time for the purpose of creating a new, even-aged stand This management system is usually used to regenerate shade-intolerant tree species Variations include patch and strip clearcutting
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The removal, in a single cutting, of the entire stand of trees within a designated area Stand regeneration is accomplished by planting the site or by natural seeding from adjacent stands
clearcut
A harvesting and regeneration method that removes all trees within a given area Most commonly used in pine and hardwood forests that require full sunlight to regenerate and grow efficiently
clearcut
a harvesting and regeneration method which removes all the trees on in an area; used to produce an even-aged forest stand
clearcut
an area of forest land from which all merchantable trees have recently been harvested
clearcut
A harvest and regeneration technique that removes all trees from an area Also called a regeneration cut
clearcut
An area of forest land from which all merchantable trees have recently been harvested, usually in preparation for reforestation
clearcut
Concisely and distinctly expressed
clearcut
a silvicultural system that removes the entire stand of trees in a single harvesting operation from an area that is 1 hectare or greater and at least two tree heights in width, or is designed to manage the area as an even aged stand
clearcut
(1)A harvest operation removing an entire stand (regardless of size)in one cut; (2) The area after such a cut
clearcut
A harvesting technique which removes all the trees (regardless of size) on an are in one operation Clearcutting is most often uses with species which require full sunlight to reproduce and grow well Produces an even-aged forest stand
clearcut
To remove or cut all trees in a tract of timber at one time
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Having a sharp, distinct outline, like that of a cameo