The environment in which I work and the operations take place are in the forest which itself has its own

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The environment in which I work and the operations take place are in the forest, which itself has its own

ecological boundaries. Boundaries arose because of discontinuities between patches (a consequential boundary, such as a forest-field boundary), or they were caused by discontinuities between patches (a causal boundary, such as flag markers limiting our block work area). There are also patch boundaries from the hauling roads that were bui separating areas. Each contractor has their designated work areas we call blocks so that no other contractor enters these areas for work. It is also mainly a safety precaution because of the danger of the machines that are in operation.

is this statement true or false? why ? explain

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