The following chapters and sections have appeared in various books.
Eat the Problem (2019) is a lavish art and recipe book about invasive species by Kirsha Kaechele, published by Mona Publications. Tim has a contribution warning that the harvesting of invasive species seldom lessens the invasive species problem.
The Big Scrub Rainforest (2017) is a book about the Big Scrub in northern NSW, in which Tim and Lui Weber have a chapter about dispersal of rainforest seeds, including by cassowaries in the past.
The Best Australian Science Writing 2015. An article about dust that Tim wrote for the colour magazine of the Weekend Australian was republished in this collection of essays.
When Is Nature Not (2011) in Freeman, C., Leane, E. & Watt, Y. (eds) Considering Animals: Contemporary Studies in Human-Animal Relations. Ashgate, Farnham. A chapter developed from an opening keynote address to the Animals and Society conference in Hobart in 2007, discussed further here.
Australia: Invasions (2011) in Simberloff, D. & Rejmanek, M. (eds) Encylopedia of Biological Invasions. University of California Press, Berkeley. Tim was invited to provide the entry about Australia for this large academic reference.
Climate Change and Invasive Species (2009) in Steffen W., Burbidge A.A., Hughes L., Kitching R., Lindenmayer D., Musgrave W., Stafford Smith M. and Werner P.A. (eds). Australia’s Biodiversity and Climate Change. Melbourne, CSIRO. Tim contributed a box to this book after attending a climate change workshop run in Canberra in 2007.
Cattle Bos taurus (2008) in Van Dyck, S. & Strahan, R. (eds) The Mammals of Australia. Reed New Holland, Sydney. Although Australia has large numbers of feral cattle in national parks and on rugged leasehold land across northern and eastern Australia, they were missing from Australia’s main reference about mammals until Tim approached the new editor and was invited to fill the gap.
Dangerous Dichotomies (2007) in Lunney, D., Eby, P., Hutchings, P. and Burgin, S. (eds) Pest or Guest: the Zoology of Overabundance. Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Sydney. This contribution considers circumstances in which it can be unhelpful or limiting to portray native species as desirable and introduced species as bad.
Preventing Alien Invasions: The Precautionary Principle in Practice in Weed Risk Assessment in Australia. (2005) In Cooney, R. & Dickson, B. (eds) Biodiversity & The Precautionary Principle Earthscan, London.
Butterflies and Moths (1997) in Encyclopedia of Australian Wildlife. Readers Digest, Sydney.
Nomads who Inherited a Dreamtime (1992) in Everyday Life through the Ages. Readers Digest, London. (An overview of traditional Aboriginal lifestyles.)
Explorers and Poisonous Plants (1987) in Toxic Plants and Animals: A Guide for Australia. Queensland Museum, Brisbane.
Other books contributed to include Frontier Country (Weldon), Field Companion to Mammals of Australia (CSIRO), Foods that Harm, Foods that Heal (Readers Digest), Wild Places of Greater Brisbane (Queensland Museum).
Tim was also a contributing editor to Magic and Medicine of Plants, a full colour hardback book published by Readers Digest.