Selected publications, unpublished reports & seminars
Reis, T. (2014). Why my safety threatens the safety of wildlife.pdf Wildlife Australia 51: 40-41.
Reis, T. (2013). To be a natural historian.pdf. Wildlife Australia 50: 36-37.
Reis, T.M. (2012). 'Squatter Pigeon,' in Queensland's threatened animals. eds. Curtis, L.K., Dennis, A.J., McDonald, K.R., Kyne, P.K. & Debus, S.J.S. CSIRO Publishing: Melbourne, pp. 254-255.
Reis. T. (2010). 'The Reptiles,' in Remnants of Gondwana: A natural and social history of the Gondwana rainforests of Australia. eds. Kitching, R., Braithwaite, R. & Cavanaugh, J. Surrey Beatty: Sydney, pp. 173-184.
Reis, T. (2010). The EIS Process: Terrestrial vertebrates. Achieving Real Biodiversity Outcomes through the EIS Process Forum, Environmental Institute of Australia and New Zealand, Brisbane.
Reis, T. (2005). Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves of Australia (World Heritage) bibliography: incorporating information assessment and development of a research strategy. Department of Environment and Conservation NSW: Sydney.
Reis, T., Catterall, C.P., Kanowski, J., Scambler, E., Wardell-Johnson, G. & Proctor, H. (2002).Occupation of replanted rainforest patches by birds: does latitude make a difference? 3rd International Canopy Conference, Cairns.
Reis, T., Catterall, C.P., Kanowski, J., Wardell-Johnson, G. & Proctor, H. (2002). What is the value of weedy regrowth to rainforest birds? THECA 2002 Forum: Weeds. Identifying Issues and Seeking Solutions in Bush Regeneration, Brisbane.
Hitchcock, G., Conaty, S.D., Fell, D.G., Gordon, G., Reis, T.M. & Stanton, D.J. (2014) Range extension of the short-beaked echidna Tachyglossus aculeatus (Monotremata: Tachyglossidae) and northern brown bandicoot Isoodon macrourus (Marsupialis: Peramelidae) in Queensland: Mua (Moa Island), Torres Strait. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum - Nature. Brisbane. ISSN 0079-8835.
Kanowski, J., Reis, T. Catterall, C.P. & Piper, S.D. (2006). Factors affecting the use of reforested sites by reptiles in cleared rainforest landscapes in tropical and subtropical Australia. Restoration Ecology 14: 67-76.
Kanowski, J., Catterall, C.P., Reis, T. & Wardell-Johnson, G. (2004). 'Animal-plant interactions in rainforest restoration in tropical and subtropical Australia,' In Animal-plant interactions in conservation and restoration. eds. Kanowski, J., Catterall, C.P., Dennis, A.J. & Westcott, D.A. Cooperative Research Centre for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management: Cairns. pp. 20-24.
Leigh, C., Reis, T.M. & Sheldon, F. (2013). High potential subsidy of dry-season aquatic fauna to consumers in riparian zones of wet-dry tropical rivers. Inland Waters 3: 411-420.
Lloyd, P., Sanders, M., Reis, T. & Abbott, A. (2013). Targeted trapping surveys shed new light on the distribution and habitat characteristics of the Carpentarian pseudantechinus (Pseudantechinus mimulus), a threatened dasyurid marsupial. Australian Mammalogy http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/AM12027.
McFarland, D., Haseler, M., Venz, M., Reis, T. & Ford, G. (1999). Terrestrial vertebrate fauna of the Brigalow Belt South Bioregion: Assessment and analysis for conservation planning. Queensland Protection Agency: Brisbane.