Loewenstein, Nancy

Nancy Loewenstein, Extension Specialist

SFWS 4343 | (334) 844-1061| loewenj@auburn.edu
Education:
BS, Auburn University, 1982, Forest Management; MS, Virginia Tech, 1984, Forest Biology; PhD, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1996, Forestry/Tree Physiology
Specialization: Invasive Plants, Plant Identification
Teaching Responsibilities: Dendrology
Research Interests: The ecology and control of non-native plant invasions, the impacts of non-native plants on forest regeneration, invasive plant identification, listing and mapping.

Extension Specialist: Provides educational events and publications that enhance the knowledge of invasive plant identification, ecology and control for forest landowners, natural resource professionals, natural resource educators and the general public. Serves as the Executive Director of the Alabama Invasive Plant Council which facilitates stakeholder collaboration and communication about invasive plant issues across the state.

AuthorsYearTitlePublishing InfoLink
*Sells, S.M., Held, D., Enloe, S., Loewenstein, N., and Eckhardt, L. 2015Impact of cogongrass management strategies on generalist predators in longleaf pine stands.Pest Mgmt. Sci. 71:478-484.
Aulakh, J.S., Enloe, S.F., Loewenstein, N.J., Price, A.J., Wehtje, G. and Miller, J.H. 2014Pushing towards cogongrass patch eradication: the influence of herbicide treatment and application timing on cogongrass rhizome elimination.Invasive Plant Science and Management 7(3): 398-407.
Enloe, S.E., Belcher, J., Loewenstein, N., Aulakh, J. and van Santen, E.2012Cogongrass Control with Aminocyclopyrachlor in Pastures.Forage and Grazing Lands – online journal doi:10.1094/FG-201200828-02-RS
Enloe, S.E., J. Belcher, N. Loewenstein, J. Aulakh and E. van Santen.2012Cogongrass Control with Aminocyclopyrachlor in Pastures.Forage and Grazing Lands – online journal doi:10.1094/FG-201200828-02-RS http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/fg/element/sum2.aspx?id=10480
Enloe, S.F. and Loewenstein, N.J. 2015Eradication: Identifying the Last Resort as a First Step. Chapter 10 in: Bioenergy and Biological Invasions: Ecological, Agronomic and Policy Perspectives on Minimising RiskCABI.
Enloe, S.F., Loewenstein, N.J., Held, D. and Eckhardt, L. 2013Impacts of prescribed fire, glyphosate, and seeding on cogongrass, species richness and species diversity in longleaf pine. Invasive Plant Science and Management 6(4):536-544.
Enloe, S.F., Loewenstein, N.J., Streett, D. and Lauer, S.K. 2015Herbicide treatment and application method influence root sprouting in Chinese tallowtree (Triadica sebifera)Invasive Plant Science and Management 8(2):160-168.
Enloe, S.F., O’Sullivan, S.E., Loewenstein, N.J., Brantley, E.F. and Lauer, D.K. (in press). 2015Triclopyr application timing and concentration influence low volume basal bark efficacy on Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense).Invasive Plant Science and Management.
Evans, C.J., N.J. Loewenstein, C.T. Bargeron, C.E. Barlow and D.J. Moorhead.2012Field Guide to the Identification of Japanese Stiltgrass: With Comparisons to other look-a-like species.Alabama Cooperative Extension System, ANR-1457. 12 p. http://www.aces.edu/pubs/docs/A/ANR-1457/ANR-1457.pdf
Loewenstein, N.J and Loewenstein, E.F. 2005Non-native plants in the understory of riparian forests across a land use gradient in the Southeast.Urban Ecosystems 8:79-91.
Loewenstein, N.J. and E. F. Loewenstein.2005Non-native plants in the understory of riparian forests across a land use gradient in the Southeast.Urban Ecosystems 8:79-91.
Loewenstein, N.J., Miller, J.H and Enloe, S.F. 2011Cogongrass seed production across Alabama and Georgia.Wildland Weeds 14(1-2): 7-9.
Miller, J.H., Chambliss, E.B. and Loewenstein, N.J. 2010A Field Guide for the Identification of Invasive Plants in Southern Forests.Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-119. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 126 p.
Sells, S.M., Held, D.H., Enloe, S.F., Loewenstein, N.J. and Eckhardt, L.G. 2015Impact of cogongrass management strategies on generalist predators in cogongrass infested longleaf pine plantations.Pest Management Science 71(3):478-484.
Trautwig, A.N., Eckhardt, L.G., Loewenstein, N.J., Hoeksema, J.D., Carter, E.A., and Nadel, R.L. (in press).2015Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) affects above and belowground processes in commercial loblolly pine (Pinus taeda) stands.Forest Science.

Research interests: The ecology and control of non-native plant invasions, the impacts of non-native plants on forest regeneration, invasive plant identification, listing and mapping.

 

Teaching Responsibilities: Dendrology

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