Selected Publications

Refereed Publications (Past 5 years)

Boateng, K. and Lewis, K.J. 2015. Spore dispersal by Dothistroma septosporum in northwest British Columbia. Phytopathology. 105:69-79.

Welsh, C., Lewis, K., Woods, A. 2014. Regional outbreak dynamics of Dothistroma Needle Blight Linked to weather patterns in British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 44:212-219

Hrinkevich, K. and Lewis, K.J. 2011. Northern Range Limit Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak Dynamics in Mixed Sub-boreal Pine Forests of British Columbia. Ecosphere. 2:Article 116.

Wallis, CM. Huber, D.P.W., and Lewis, K. J. 2011. Ecosystem, location, and climate effects on foliar secondary metabolites of lodgepole pine populations from central British Columbia. J. of Chemical Ecology 37:607-621.

Lewis, K. and Thompson, R.D. 2011. Wood degradation in standing lodgepole pine killed by mountain pine beetle. Wood and Fiber Science. 43:1-13.

Sturrock, R., Frankel, S., Brown, A., Hennon, P., Kliejunas, J., Lewis, K., Worrall, J. and Woods, A. 2011. Climate change and forest diseases. Plant Pathology. 60: 133-149.

Dale, A., Lewis, K. and Murray, B. 2011. Sexual reproduction and gene flow in the pine pathogen Dothistroma septosporum in British Columbia. Phytopathology. 101: 68-76.

Wallis, C., Reich, R., Lewis, K. and Huber, D. 2010. Lodgepole pine provenances differ in chemical defense capacities against foliage and stem diseases. Can. J. For. Res. 40: 2333-2344.
Welsh, C., Lewis, K.J. and Woods, A. 2010. The outbreak history of Dothistroma needle blight; an emerging forest disease in northwest British Columbia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. In Press. 


Invited Presentations (past 4 years)
Lewis, K. 2014. Cumulative Environmental, Community and Health Effects of Multiple Natural Resource Developments in Northern BC. Why I wish I had studied more Economics in University. Jan. 10, 2014. Prince George.

Lewis, K. and Woods, A. 2013. Dothistroma Needle Blight: An emerging disease and a harbinger of more to come. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala. May 26, 2013.

Lewis, K. 2013. Healthy Forests, Healthy Communities, Results from UNBC workshops. March 27, 2013

Lewis, K. 2013. Green and Growing? The Human Forest Resource. Forest Products Association, Prince George, April 29, 2013.

Lewis, K. 2012. Forestry Students and the “F” Word – societal barriers to forestry recruitment. Bridging the Divide:  A Multi-Sector Approach to Natural Resource Labour Needs in Northern BC. Resources North Association. Prince George. April 24 and 25, 2012

Lewis, K., Johnson, C. and Karim, Md.N. 2012. Fire, lichens and Bathurst caribou. Fire Management Division, Environment and Natural Resources, Northwest Territories. April 17,18, 2012. Yellowknife, NWT.Lewis, K., Johnson, C. and Karim, Md.N. 2012. Fire, lichens and Bathurst caribou. Fire Management Division, Environment and Natural Resources, Northwest Territories. April 17,18, 2012. Yellowknife, NWT.

Lewis, K. 2011. Red band needle blight – canary in the coal mine. BC Environmental Articulation Committee meeting. May 17, 2011.
Recent books and non-refereed publications
Lewis, K.J. 2011. Phellinus sulphurascens and Onnia tomentosa root rots. Chapter 10 in: Infectious Forest Diseases. Editors:Giovanni Nicolotti, Paolo Gonthier. CAB International, Oxfordshire UK. 641p.

Lewis, K.J. and Wallis, C.M. 2012. Pests, defenses and climate change: doom or destiny for the lodgepole pine? BC Forest Professional 19:10-11.

Lewis, K.J. 2011. Is red band needle blight a climate change canary? BC Silviculture Magazine, Fall 2011.