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Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management

NREM Emeritus Faculty - Dr. Davis Lewis

Emeritus Associate Professor

Contact
405-377-4298
david.lewis@okstate.edu

Educational Background
BS: The University of Minnesota School of Forestry, 1960
MS: Forestry, Yale University, 1966
PhD: University of Oxford, 1976

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Professional Memberships

  • Society American Foresters
  • Registered Forester

 

Publications

Rodriguez Pineros, Sandra; y Lewis, David K..  2005.  Estimating the Imperfections in Sawtimber Markets: A Case Study for the South Pacific Region, Columbia.  Lecturas de Economia 63(julio-diciembre):231-260. (Refereed Journal)

Huebschmann, M. M.; Lynch, T. B.; Lewis, D. K.; Tilley, D. S.; and Guldin, J. M..  2004.  A Bid Price Equation for National Forest Timber Sales in Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma.  Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 28(2):100-108. (Refereed Journal)

Huebschmann, M. M.; Lynch, T. B.; Lewis, D. K.; Tilley, D. S.; and Guldin, J. M..  2004.  A Bid Price Equation for Timber sales on the Ouachita and Ozark National Forests.  IN: Proceedings 12th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference, February 25-27, 2003, Biloxi, Mississippi.  United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. General Technical Report SRS-71.  p. 220.

Lewis, David K..  2002.  Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Evaluation of New Technology and Policies in Natural Resources.  IN: Cost-Benefit Analysis: Environmental & Ecological Perspectives.  K. Puttaswamaiah, Ed..  Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick, NEW JERSEY 08854-8042.  pp. 139-150.

Lewis David K. and Kletke, Darrel D..  2001.  Summary of Forest Property, Yield, and Severance Taxes in the United States and Review of Practices in the Western Gulf Region. Oklahoma State University, Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Stillwater, OKLAHOMA 74078 (Unpublished report).  20 pp.

Lewis, David K..  2001.  Oklahoma’s Forest Ecosystems: Their Current Condition and Potential Contribution.  Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 81:31-40. (Refereed Journal)

King, Stephen A. and Lewis, David K..  2000.  Manufacturing Solid Wood Products From Used Utility Poles: An Economic Feasibility Study.  Forest Products Journal 50(11/12):69-78. (Refereed Journal)

Valdez-Lazalde, J. Ren’e and Lewis, David K..  2000.  Economics of Thinning Alternatives Applied to Patula Pine Stands in Puebla, Mexico (Analisis Economico de Alternatives de Aclareo Aplicadas A Rodales de Pino Patula en Puebla, Mexico).  Agrociencia 34(6):759-771.  (Refereed Journal)

Huebschmann, M. M.; Lynch, T. B.; Lewis, D. K.; and Guldin, J. M..  2000.  Restoring the Shortleaf Pine-Bluestem Grass Ecosystem: An Economic Evaluation.  IN: Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters 1999 National Convention; Portland, Oregon; September 11-15, 1999. Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, MARYLAND 20814-2198.  pp. 537-538.

King, Stephen A. and Lewis, David K.. 2000. A Survey of the Preservative Treated Wood Market in Oklahoma. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 24(2):70-76. (Refereed Journal)

Lewis David K.; Kuzmic, Thomas; and Miller, Edwin L.. 1999. Integration of Ethics into a Forestry Curriculum. NACTA Journal 43(2):33-36. (Refereed Journal)

Lewis, David K.. 1998. Cost-Benefit Analysis and the Evaluation of New Technology and Policies in Natural Resources. Indian Journal of Applied Economics 7(2):139-149. (Refereed Journal)

Lewis, David K.. 1997. Integration in a Forest Management Curriculum. IN: Valuing Non-timber Forest Resources: Timber Primacy is Passe’; Proceedings of the 1997 Southern Forest Economic Workers Meeting; Little Rock, Arkansas; March 19-21, 1997. Richard A. Kluender & Nancy B. Smith, Eds. University of Arkansas at Monticello, School of Forest Resources, Monticello, ARKANSAS 71655. pp. 19-22. (Invited Paper)

Marcouiller, David W.; Schreiner, Dean F. and Lewis, David K.  1996.  The Impact of Forest Land Use on Regional Value Added.  The Review of Regional Studies 26(2):211-233. (Refereed Journal)

Lewis, David K., Turner, David P., Winjum, Jack K.  1996.  An Inventory-Based Procedure to Estimate Costs of Forest Management on a Regional Scale to Conserve and Sequester Atmospheric Carbon.  Ecological Economics 16(1):35-49. (Refereed Journal)

Marcouiller, David W.; Lewis, David K.; and Schreiner, Dean F.. 1996. Timber Production Factor Shares. Land Economics 72(3):358-369. (Refereed Journal)

Marcouiller, David W., Schreiner, Dean F., Lewis, David K.  1995.  Distributive Economic Impacts of Intensive Timber Production.  Forest Science 41(1):122-139. (Refereed Journal)

Lewis, D. K.. 1994. The Importance of Inventory Holding Costs in the Evaluation of Forest Management Alternatives to Conserve Atmospheric Carbon. IN: J. Sessions and J. D. Brodie, Eds.. Proceedings of The 1994 Symposium on Systems Analysis in Forest Resources: Management Systems for a Global Economy with Global Resource Concerns; September 6-9, 1994; Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove California. Oregon State University, College of Forestry, Corvallis, OREGON. pp. 102-113. (Refereed)

Lewis, David K.. 1994. A Capstone Experience. IN: H. O.

Canham, Ed.. Conference Proceedings: Education for Forest Resources: New Directions for the 21st Century; March 10-  12, 1994; State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry; Syracuse, NEW YORK. 6 pp. (Refereed)

Marcouiller, David W. and Lewis, David K.  1994.  Development and Use of a Supply Determined Social Accounting Matrix to Evaluate Economic Impacts of Forest Productivity on distribution of Regional Income.  IN: Wear, D. N., Ed.  Policy in Forestry Design, Evaluation, and Spillovers.  Duke University, Durham, NC.  pp. 238-247.

Marcouiller, D. W., Schreiner, D. F. and Lewis, D. K.  1993.  Constructing a Social Accounting Matrix to Address Distributive Economic Impacts of Forest Management.  Regional Science Perspectives 23(2):60-90. (Refereed Journal)

Mills, Kevin N., Dicks, Michael R., Lewis, David K. and Moulton, Robert J.  1993.  Methods for Assessing Productivity Changes of Timberland.  Oklahoma State University, Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station, Stillwater, OKLAHOMA 74078. Research Report P-931. 35 pp.

Winjum, Jack K., Lewis, David K.,  1993.  Forest Management and the Economics of Carbon Storage: The Nonfinancial Components.  Climate Research 3:111-115. (Refereed Journal)

Marcouiller, David W., Ray, Darrell E., Schreiner, Dean F., and Lewis, David K.  1992.  On Estimating the Regional Economic Development Impacts of Extension Programming.  Journal of Extension, 30:2-23.  Fall. (Refereed Journal)

Goodier, Jeffery P. and Lewis, David K.  1990.  The Impact on Timber Supply of Increased Uneven-Aged Management on Nonindustrial Private Pine and Mixed Hardwood Forestland in Oklahoma.  IN:  Proceedings of the Southern Forest Economics Workshop in Evaluating Even and All-Aged Timber Management Options for Southern Forest Lands. C.A. Hickman, Compiler. USDA.  For. Ser. So. For. Exp. Sta. Gen. Tech. Rpt. SO-79.  pp. 105-112.

Lewis, David K. and Goodier, Jefferey P.  1990.  The South's Fourth Forest: Oklahoma.  Oklahoma State University, Division of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, Miscellaneous Publication MP-130.  96 pp. (Refereed Publication)

Lewis, David K.  1990.  Assessment of Scientific Information for Evaluation of Timber Management, Wildlife, and Fish Habitat Relationships in the South. Oklahoma State University Department of Forestry (Unpublished Report).  16 pp.

Lewis, David K. (Compiler). 1988.  1988 Review of United States Forest Service Southern Research by Conservation Organizations.  Oklahoma State University Department of Forestry (Unpublished Report).  7 pp.

Lewis, David K. 1987.  Some Equity Issues Associated with the Implementation of "Best Management Practices".  IN: Proceedings of "Forestry and Water Quality: A Strategy and  Policy Workshop for State Foresters"; July 6-9, 1987; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; National Association of State Foresters Water-Resources Committee; Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Forestry Division.  5 pp.

Toms, Martin W. & Lewis, David K. 1987.  Whole Tree Chips: An Additional Energy Source for Oklahoma.  Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science. 67:89-95. (Refereed Journal)

Lewis, David K. 1987.  Economics of Stand Management.  IN: Proceedings of Symposium on Shortleaf Pine Ecosystem, Little Rock, Arkansas.  March 31-April 2, 1986.  P.A. Murphy, Editor.  University of Arkansas - Monticello, Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service.  pp. 178-210.

Wheatcraft, Andrew M. & Lewis, David K. 1986.  Forest Biomass Resources of Oklahoma.  Oklahoma State University, Division of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, Department of Forestry, Stillwater, Oklahoma, Bulletin B-781. May. 45 pp.

Lewis, David K. 1985.  Summary: An Examination of the Impacts Associated with Implementation of New Technology by a Major New Industry in a Region.  IN:  Forestry Research Evaluation: Current Progress, Future Direction.  C.D. Risbrudt and P.J. Jakes, (Compilers) USDA Forest Service, North Central Forest Experiment Station.  General Technical Report NC-104.  pp. 97-98.

Lewis, David K. 1985.  The Economic Value of Oklahoma's Trees and Forests.  IN:  Trees, Forests, and Wildlife of Oklahoma: Untapped Resources, Conference Handbook April 18-19, 1985.  D.D.  Donovan (ED.) Oklahoma State University, Division of Agriculture, Stillwater, Oklahoma.  pp. 25-36.

Lewis, David K. & Riley, James T. 1985.  A Program to Improve the Marketing and Utilization of Oklahoma's Forest Resources.  Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Forestry Division.  (Unpublished Report) 14 pp.

Riley, James T. & Lewis, David K. 1985.  Suggested Programs to Improve the Marketing and Utilization of Oklahoma's Forest Resources - A Report to the State Forester and Commissioner of Agriculture.  Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Forestry Division.  (Unpublished Report) 7 pp.

Lewis, David K. 1985.  Economic Principles for Forestry Investments.  IN:  Proceedings of the 1985 Southern Forest Economics Workshop, Joint Proceedings of the 1985

Southern Forest Economics Workshop and the 1984 Southern Economic Association Convention.  F.W. Cubbage and V.L. Robinson Editors.  SOFEW, North Carolina State University, School of Forestry, Raleigh, N.C. 27650. pp. 151-164. (Invited & Refereed Paper)

Lewis, David K. 1984.  Some Economic Considerations for Tree Improvement in the Great Plains.  IN: Tree Improvement in the Great Plains: 1984 Proceedings, 36th Annual Meeting of the Forestry Committee, Great Plains Agricultural Council June 26th - 28th 1984.  Great Plains Agricultural Council.  Publication Number 112.  pp. 189-195.

Lewis, David K. 1983.  Economic Problems and Constraints Facing Industrial Foresters Considering Wildlife Needs.  IN:  Creating Good Wildlife Habitat Through Forest Management and Conservation. R. F. Wittwer (ED) Oklahoma State University, Division of Agriculture.  Stillwater, OK. pp. 43-47 (Invited Paper).

Lewis, D. K. & Lawrence, William H.  1983.  Criteria for Allocation:  Some Observations from the Management of Forests and Wildlife. IN: Improving Multiple Use of Coastal and Marine Resources.  J. W. Reintjes (Ed.) American Fisheries Society.  Bethesda, MD pp. 73-77.  (Invited Paper).

Lewis, David K. 1981.  Forest Resources of the Douglas-fir Region of Western Washington and Oregon Expressed inMetric Units and Including Estimates of Above GroundSilvamass. Weyerhaeuser Company, Tacoma, WA 90847.Technical Report 040-5220. 59 pp

Lewis, David K. 1976.  Principles and Procedures in the Economic Analysis of Stand Treatments for Timber Production.  University of Oxford.  (Unpublished D.Phil. thesis.) 352 pp.

Lewis, David K. 1973.  Growth of Ponderosa Pine After Partial Cutting and Simulations of Managed Uneven Aged Stands.  Weyerhaeuser Company (Unpublished proprietary manuscript.)  113 pp.

Shea, Keith R. and Lewis, David K.  1971.  Occurrence of Dwarf Mistletoe in Sanitized Ponderosa Pine in South Central Oregon.  Northwest Science, 45(2):94-99. (Refereed Journal)