Keywords: Uneven-aged Silviculture

Loewenstein is an expert in the areas of uneven-aged forest management (selection silviculture), silvics, natural regeneration, and the ecology and silviculture of oaks.

Research Interests: Uneven-aged silvicultural systems. Hardwood silviculture. Canopy dynamics. Temporal effects of thinning on light in the understory. Stand stocking and growing space allocation.


Subject areas:


  • Forest Biology and Ecology
  • Forest Management and Operations
  • Forestry

Associate Professor, College of Forestry, Wildlife and Environment, Auburn University

Associate Dean, Forestry, Auburn University

Associate Professor, Forestry, Auburn University

Past Affiliations

Assistant Professor, Forest Biology and Ecology

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University

Assistant Professor, Forestry, School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, Auburn University

Research Forester, North Central Research Station

Wildlife and Wetlands Science, Forestry
PhD, University of Missouri-Columbia, Silviculture, 1996
MS, Auburn University, Forest Biology, 1992
BS, Southern Illinois University, Forest Resource Management, 1985
forestry and woodlands restoration and preservation ecosystems
Society for Conservation Biology
Society of American Foresters