Lewis, J.D., N.G. Phillips, B.A. Logan, C. Hricko and D.T. Tissue. 2011. Leaf photosynthesis, respiration and stomatal conductance in six Eucalyptus species native to mesic and xeric environments growing in a common garden. Tree Physiology 31:997-1006. download pdf.
Phillips, N.G., R. Attard, O. Ghannoum, J.D. Lewis, B.A. Logan and D.T. Tissue. 2011. Impact of variable [CO2] and temperature on water transport structure-function relationships in Eucalyptus. Tree Physiology 31:945-952. download pdf.
Zeppel, M.J.B., J.D. Lewis, B. Medlyn, R. Duursma, M. Adams, D. Ellsworth, C. Barton, M. Forster, D. Eamus and D. Tissue. 2011. Interactive effects of elevated CO2 and drought on nocturnal water fluxes in Eucalyptus saligna. Tree Physiology 31:932-944. download pdf.
Ghannoum, O., N.G. Phillips, M.A. Sears, B.A. Logan, J.D. Lewis, J.P. Conroy and D.T. Tissue. 2010. Photosynthetic responses of two eucalypts to industrial-age changes in atmospheric [CO2] and temperature. Plant, Cell and Environment 33:1671-1681. download pdf.
Ghannoum, O., N.G. Phillips, J.P. Conroy, R.A. Smith, R. Attard, R. Woodfield, B.A. Logan, J.D. Lewis, and D.T. Tissue. 2010. Exposure to pre-industrial, current and future atmospheric [CO2] and temperature differentially affects growth and photosynthesis in Eucalyptus. Global Change Biology 16:303-319. download pdf.
Lewis, J.D., J.K. Ward and D.T. Tissue. 2010. Phosphorus supply drives nonlinear responses of cottonwood (Populus deltoides) to glacial through future [CO2]. New Phytologist 187:438-448. download pdf.
Logan, B.A., C.R. Hricko, J.D. Lewis, O. Ghannoum, N.G. Phillips, R. Smith*, J.P. Conroy and D.T. Tissue. 2010. Examination of pre-industrial and elevated [CO2] reveals the temperature-dependent CO2 sensitivity of light energy partitioning at photosystem II in Eucalyptus. Functional Plant Biology 37:1041-1049. download pdf.
Phillips, N.G., J.D. Lewis, B.A. Logan and D.T. Tissue. 2010. Inter- and intra-specific variation in nocturnal water transport in Eucalyptus. Tree Physiology 30:586-596. download pdf.
Tissue, D.T. and J.D. Lewis. 2010. Photosynthetic responses of cottonwood seedlings grown in glacial through future atmospheric [CO2] vary with phosphorus supply. Tree Physiology 30:1361-1372. download pdf.
Matteson K.C. and G.A. Langellotto. 2010. Determinates of inner city butterfly and bee species richness. Urban Ecosystems 13:333-347. download pdf.
O'Brien, P.J. and J.D. Wehr. 2010. Periphyton biomass and ecological stoichiometry in streams within an urban to rural land-use gradient. Hydrobiologia 657(1):89-105. download pdf.
Avolio, M.L., A.R. Tuininga, J.D. Lewis and M. Marchese. 2009. Ectomycorrhizal responses to organic and inorganic nitrogen sources are context dependent. Mycological Research 113:897-907. download pdf.
Turner, G.D., J.D. Lewis, J.T. Mates-Muchin, W.F. Schuster and L. Watt. 2009. Light availability differentially influences ectomycorrhizal fungal communities on oak seedlings grown in oak- and hemlock-associated soils. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 39:1247-1258.
Lewis, J.D., J. Licitra, A.R. Tuininga, A. Sirulnik, G. Turner and J. Johnson. 2008. Oak seedling growth and ectomycorrhizal colonization are less in eastern hemlock stands infested with hemlock woolly adelgid than in adjacent oak stands. Tree Physiology 28:629-636. download pdf.
Tingey, D.T., E.H. Lee, J.D. Lewis, M.G. Johnson and P.T. Rygiewicz. 2008. Do mesocosms influence photosynthesis and soil respiration? Environmental and Experimental Botany 62:36-44. download pdf.
Falco, R.C., G.P. Wormser, and T.J. Daniels. 2008. Suburbanization in developed nations. In: H.F. Pizer, and K.H. Mayer, editors. The Social Ecology of Infectious Diseases. Elsevier, Academic Press, New York.
Fetridge, E D., J.S. Ascher, and G.A. Langellotto. 2008. The bee fauna of residential gardens in a suburb of New York City (Hymenoptera: Apoidea). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 101:1067-1077. download pdf.
Matteson K.C., J.S. Ascher, and G.A. Langellotto. 2008. Bee richness and abundance in New York City urban gardens. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 101:140-150. download pdf.
Franks, S.J., S. Sim, and A.E. Weis. 2007. Rapid evolution of flowering time by annual plant in response to a climate fluctuation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 104:1278-1282. download pdf.
Moreno, C.X., F. Moy, T.J. Daniels, H.P. Godfrey, and F.C. Cabello. 2006. Molecular analysis of microbial communities identified in different developmental stages of Ixodes scapularis ticks from Westchester and Dutchess Counties, New York. Environmental Microbiology 8:761-772. download pdf.
Nagel, J.M., X.Z. Wang, J.D. Lewis, H.A. Fung, D.T. Tissue, and K.L. Griffin. 2005. Atmospheric CO2 enrichment alters energy assimilation, investment and allocation in Xanthium strumarium. New Phytologist 166:513-523. download pdf.
Shapiro, J.B., K.L. Griffin, J.D. Lewis, and D.T. Tissue. 2004. Response of Xanthium strumarium leaf respiration in the light to elevated CO2 concentration, nitrogen availability and temperature. New Phytologist 162:377-386. download pdf.
Lewis, J.D., X.Z. Wang, K.L. Griffin, and D.T. Tissue. 2003. Age at flowering differentially affects vegetative and reproductive responses of a determinate annual plant to elevated CO2. Oecologia 135:194-201. download pdf.