Other Publications

  1. Koch, D. , Lewis, M. (2020) Raster datasets relevant to mountain pine beetle outbreak ecology in the province of British Columbia. Federated Research Data Repository. https://doi.org/10.20383/101.0283
  2. Hillen, T., Lewis, M.A. (2019) Dynamical Systems in Biology – A Short Introduction, In Bianchi, A., Hillen, T., Lewis, M.A., Yi, Y. (eds) The Dynamics of Biological Systems, Springer-Verlag
  3. Peacock, S.J., Bateman, A.W., Connors, B., Goodwin, S., Lewis, M.A., Krkošek, M. (2019) Ecology of a marine ectoparasite in farmed and wild salmon, In K. Wilson, A. Fenton and D.M. Tompkins (eds) Wildlife Disease Ecology: Linking Theory to Data and Application, Ecological Reviews (In Press).
  4. Lewis, M.A. (2014) Invasive Species. In H.G. Kaper and C. Rousseau (eds) The Mathematics of Planet Earth: An International Year of Scientific and Outreach Activities, SIAM
  5. Lewis, M.A. (2014) Scientific Research on Sustainability and its Impact on Policy and Management. In H.G. Kaper and C. Rousseau (eds) The Mathematics of Planet Earth: An International Year of Scientific and Outreach Activities, SIAM
  6. Hillen, T, Lewis M.A. (2013) Mathematical Ecology of Cancer, Chapter 2. In G. A. Marsan and M. Delitala et al. (eds) Managing complexity, reducing perplexity. Modeling biological systems, Springer.
  7. Kot, M., Lewis, M.A., Neubert, M.G. (2012). Integrodifference Equations. In A. Hastings and L. Gross (Eds.) Sourcebook in Theoretical Ecology, University of California Press.
  8. Lewis, M.A., Jerde, C. (2012). Invasion Biology. In A. Hastings and L. Gross (Eds.) Sourcebook in Theoretical Ecology, University of California Press.
  9. Finnoff, D., Potapov, A., Lewis M.A. (2010). Second best policies on invasive species management: When are they “good enough”? In Charles Perrings, Hal Mooney, and Mark Williamson (eds) Bioinvasions and Globalization, Oxford University Press.
  10. Lewis, M.A., Krkošek, M., Wonham, M.J. (2010). Dynamics of emerging wildlife disease, In S. Sivaloganathan (ed) Mathematical Biology, Fields Institute Communications, American Mathematical Society.
  11. Hadeler, K.P., Hillen, T., Lewis, M.A. (2010). Biological modeling with quiescent phases, Chapter 6. In S. Cantrell, C. Cosner and S. Ruan (eds.) Spatial Ecology, CRC Press.
  12. Lewis, M.A., Potapov, A., Finnoff, D. (2009). Modeling integrated decision-making responses to invasive species. In R.P Keller, D.M. Lodge, M.A. Lewis and J.F. Shogren, (eds.) Bioeconomics of Invasive Species: Integrating Ecology, Economics and Management, (Ch 9, pp 180-204). Oxford University Press.
  13. Lodge, D.M., Lewis, M.A., Shogren, J.F., Keller, R.P. (2009). Introduction to biological invasions: Biological, economic, and social perspectives. In R.P Keller, D.M. Lodge, M.A. Lewis and J.F. Shogren, (eds.) Bioeconomics of Invasive Species: Integrating Ecology, Economics and Management, (Ch 1, pp 1-24). Oxford University Press.
  14. Keller, R.P., Lewis, M.A., Lodge, D.M., Shogren, J.F., Krkošek, M. (2009). Putting bioeconomic research into practice. In R.P Keller, D.M. Lodge, M.A. Lewis and J.F. Shogren, (eds.).Bioeconomics of Invasive Species: Integrating Ecology, Economics and Management, (Ch 13, pp 266-284). Oxford University Press.
  15. Lewis, M.A., Hillen T., Lutscher, F. (2009). Spatial dynamics in ecology. In M.A. Lewis, M.A.J. Chaplain, J.P. Keener and P.K. Maini (Eds.), Park City Mathematics Institute Volume in Mathematical Biology, (pp 25-45). Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton.
  16. Wonham, M.J., Lewis, M.A. (2008). A comparative analysis of West Nile virus models. In F. Brauer, P. van den Driessche and J. Wu. (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Mathematical Epidemiology, (pp. 365-390).  Springer-Verlag.
  17. Wonham, M.J., Lewis, M.A. (2008). Modeling Marine Invasions: Current and Future Approaches. In M G. Rilov and J. Crooks, (Eds.), Biological Invasions in Marine Ecosystems (Ch 4). Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
  18. Lewis, M.A., Neubert, M.G., Caswell, H., Clark, J, Shea, K. (2006). A guide to calculating discrete-time invasion rates from data. In Marc W. Cadotte, Sean M. McMahon, and Tadashi Fukami (Eds.), Conceptual Ecology and Invasions Biology: Reciprocal Approaches To Nature (pp. 169–192). Springer, The Netherlands.
  19. de Camino-Beck, T., McClay, A.S., Lewis M.A. (2003). Spatially explicit models for weed-biocontrol agent interactions: scentless chamomile as a case study. In J.M. Cullen (Ed.), Proceedings of the XI International Symposium on Biological Control of Weeds, April 27 – May 2, 2003, Canberra, Australia. CSIRO (2004).
  20. White, K.J., Lewis, M.A., Murray, J.D. (1998). On wolf territoriality and deer survival. In J. Bascompte & R.V. Sole (Eds.), Modeling Spatiotemporal Dynamics, (Ch.6   105–126). Verlag and Landes Bioscience.
  21. Lewis, M.A. (1997). Variability, patchiness and jump dispersal in the spread of an invading population, In D. Tilman and P. Kareiva (Eds.), Spatial Ecology: The Role of Space in Population Dynamics and Interspecific Interactions, (Chapter 3, pp. 46–69). Princeton University Press.
  22. Kareiva, P., Settle, W., Lewis, M.A. (1992). The significance of vegetation structure as a constraint on insect mobility: Implications for pest management. In Shiyomi, M., Yano, E., Koizumi, H., Andow, D.A. and Nobuhiko, H. (Eds.), Ecological Processes in Agro-Ecosystems (pp. 67–78). National Institute of Agro-Environmental Sciences, Japan.