Forest Resource Management
2001, Southern Illinois University
Forestry 1999, Southern Illinois University
hardwood and conifer systems
management of oak dominated forests
forest canopy structure and the understory environment
structure on the development of natural and artificial seedling
Silvicultural implications of invasive
cover silvicultural systems
Restoration of forest communities
size-density relationships in single and mixed species stands
horizontal forest structure on tree crown architecture
of species composition and canopy structure on stand growth
Vegetation Simulator (FVS) in management, research, and education
Lhotka, John M. and
Edward F. Loewenstein. 2008. An examination of species-specific growing space utilization. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 38(3): 470-479.
John M. and
Edward F. Loewenstein. 2008. Influence of canopy structure on the
survival and growth of underplanted seedlings. New Forests. 35(1): 89-104.
Edward F. Loewenstein. 2006. Indirect measures of predicting light
transmittance along a gradient of riparian forest canopy structures.
Forest Ecology and Management. 226: 310-318.
John M. and James
J. Zaczek. 2003. Soil scarification effects on initial establishment
of oak reproduction within two mixed-oak bottomland stands in
southern Illinois. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry. 27(3):
John M. and
J. Zaczek. 2003. Effects of scarification disturbance on the seedling
and midstory layer in a successional mixed-oak forest. Northern
Journal of Applied Forestry. 20(2): 85-91.