Scientists & Staff
- Forest Service Research and Development Treesearch (2002 - Current)
- Society of American Foresters (1995 - Current)
National and state association
Awards & Recognition
- Northern Research Station Directors Cultural Transformation Award, 2015
Publications & Products
- Spetich, Martin A.; Dey, Daniel C.; Lootens, Jim. 2009. Getting science out -- a boston mountains forest underplanting tool online. In: Ashton, S.F.; Hubbard, W.G.; Rauscher, H.M (eds.) 2009 proceedings of A southern region conference on technology transfer and extension . Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-116. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station: 197-202.
- Lootens, J.R.; Larsen, David R.; Shifley, Stephen R. 2007. Height-Diameter Equations for 12 Upland Species in the Missouri Ozark Highlands. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry. 24(2) 2007
- Colbert, Kenneth C.; Larsen, David R.; Lootens, James R. 2002. Height-diameter equations for thirteen midwestern bottomland hardwood species. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry. 19(4): 171-176.
- Lootens, James R.; Larsen, David R.; Loewenstein, Edward F. 1999. A Matrix Transition Model for an Uneven-Aged, Oak-Hickory Forest in the Missouri Ozark Highlands. In: Haywood, James D., ed. 1999 February 16-18; Shreveport, LA. Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-30. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. 618 p.
- Lootens, James R.; Larsen, David R.; Loewenstein, Edward F. 1999. A matrix transition model for an uneven-aged, oak-hickory forest in the Missouri ozark highlands. In; haywood, James D., ed. Proceedings of the 10th biennial southern silviculture research conference; 1999 February 16-18; Shreveport, LA. general Technical Report SRS-30. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service Southern Research Station; 536-538
National Research Highlights
The recent publication of Future Forests of the Northern United States and associated databases caps a 6-year effort to examine past trends, current conditions, and anticipated changes over the next 50 years for forests in the 20 northern states bounded by Maine, Maryland, Missouri, and Minnesota.