1. Babak, P. and Bourlioux, A. and Hillen, T. (2009). The Effect of Wind on the Propagation of a Forest Fire. SIAM J Appl Math, 70(4), 1364-1388.
    2. Barber, J., Bose, C., Bourlioux, A., Braun, J., Brunelle, E., Garcia, T., Hillen, T. Ong, B. (Jan 2009). Burning Issues with PROMETHEUS, the Canada's Wildfire Growth Simulator.  CAMQ, Can. Appl. Math Quart.
    3. de Camino-beck, T. and Lewis, MA. (2009). Invasion with stage-structured coupled map lattices: Application to the spread of scentless chamomile. Ecological Modelling 220.
    4. Finnoff, D,  Potapov, A, and Lewis, MA. (2010). Second best policies on invasive species management: When are they "good enough"? In Bioinvasions and Globalization. Eds. C Perrings, H Mooney and M Williamson. Oxford University Press.
    5. Finnoff, D, Potapov, A, and Lewis, MA. (2010). Control and the optimal management of a spreading invader.  Resource and Energy Economics.
    6. Hamelin, F and Lewis, MA. (Dec 2009). A differential game theoretical analysis of mechanistic models for territoriality.  Journal of Mathematical Biology.
    7. Hilker, FM and Lewis, MA. (2010). Predator-prey systems in streams and rivers. Theoretical Ecology, DOI 10.1007/s12080-009-0062-4.
    8. Hillen, T. (2009). Existence theory for correlated Random Walks on bounded domains. CAMQ, Can. Appl. Math. Quart, 18:1-36.
    9. Hillen, T. and Hinow, P. and Wang, Z.A. (2010). Mathematical analysis of a kinetic model for cell movement in network tissues. Discrete and Continuous Dyn. Syst.–B., 14:1-26.
    10. Hillen, TJ, de Vries, G, Gong, J, and Finlay, C. (2010). From cell population models to tumor control probability: Including cell cycle effects. Acta Oncologica, Nov;49(8):1315-23.
    11. Krkosek, M. (2010). Sea lice and salmon in Pacific Canada: Ecology and policy. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 8, 201-209.
    12. Kot, M., Lewis, MA, and Neubert, MG. (2010 in press). Integrodifference Equations. In Sourcebook in Theoretical Ecology. Editors A Hastings and L Gross. University of California Press.
    13. Lewis, MA, Nelson, W and Xu, C. (2010). A structured threshold model for mountain pine beetle outbreak. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 72: 565-589.
    14. Lewis, MA,  Krkosek, M, and Wonham, MJ. (2010 in press). Dynamics of emerging wildlife disease. In Mathematical Biology, ed. S Sivaloganathan. American Mathematical Society.
    15. Marleau, J.N. Guichard, F., Mallard F.and Loreau, M. (2010). Nutrient flows between ecosystems can destabilize simple food chains. Jrnl of Theoretical Biology: 266:162-174. doi:10.1016/j.jtbi.2010.06.022.
    16. Molnár, PK, Derocher, AE, Thiemann, GW, and Lewis, MA. (2010). Predicting survival, reproduction and abundance of polar bears under climate change. Biological Conservation, 143.
    17. Oliveira, NM, Hilker, FM (2010). Modelling disease introduction as biological control of invasive predators to preserve endangered prey. Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 72, 444-468.
    18. Pineda-Krch, M., O’Brien, J., Thunes, C., and Carpenter, T.E. 2010. Potential impact of an introduction of foot-and-mouth disease from wild pigs into commercial livestock premises in California. American Journal of Veterinary Research 71:82-88.
    19. Pineda-Krch, M. and Lewis, M. (Apr 2010): Evaluation for “Regime shifts in ecological systems can occur with no warning, Alan Hastings and Derin B. Wysham,” Ecology Letters, Vol 13 (4), 464-472.
    20. Svanbäck R., M. Pineda-Krch, and M. Doebeli. (2009). Fluctuating population dynamics promotes the evolution of phenotypic plasticity. The American Naturalist 174:176–189.
    21. Wang, H. and MA Lewis, MA. (2010). Evaluation for "A Model for Plant Invasions: the Role of Distributed Generation Times, Mendez et al., Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, Vol 71". Faculty of 1000 Biology.
    22. Wang, H and Lewis, MA. (2010). Evaluation for "Functional trait assembly through ecological and evolutionary time,” Theoretical Ecology, Vol 2. Faculty of 1000 Biology.
    23. Wang, H and Lewis, MA. (2010). Evaluation for "Stability and Bifurcations in an Epidemic Model with Varying Immunity Period,” Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, Vol 72. Faculty of 1000 Biology.
    24. Wang, H., Jiang, L., and Weitz, J.S. (2009). Bacterivorous grazers facilitate organic matter decomposition: A stoichiometric modeling approach. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 69:170-179.
    25. Wang, H., Nagy, J., Gilg, O. and Kuang, Y. (2009). The roles of predator maturation delay and functional response in determining the periodicity of predator-prey cycles. Mathematical Biosciences, 221:1-10.
    26. Wang, H., Dunning, K., Elser, J.J., and Kuang, Y. (2009). Daphnia species invasion, competitive exclusion, and chaotic coexistence. DCDS-B, 12: 481-493.
    27. zu Dohna, H. and Pineda-Krch, M. (2010). Fitting parameters of stochastic birth-death models to metapopulation data. Theoretical Population Biology, 78: 71-76.