Trevaskis, Leigh M. (2015). Dangerous liaisons: sex with the menstruating woman in Leviticus. In Francis Landy, Leigh M. Trevaskis and Bryan D. Bibb (Ed.), Text, time, and temple: literary, historical and ritual studies in Leviticus (pp. 131-152) Sheffield, United Kingdom: Sheffield Phoenix Press.
Trevaskis, Leigh (2009) Review of Kathryn Mcclymond, Beyond Sacred Violence: A Comparative Study of Sacrifice, Review of Biblical Literature. Review of Biblical Literature, 04 2009: .
Trevaskis, Leigh M. (2009) Review of Ephraim Radner, Leviticus, Review of Biblical Literature. Review of Biblical Literature, 04 2009: .
Trevaskis, Leigh (2009) The purpose of Leviticus 24 within its literacy context. Vetus Testamentum, 59 2: 295-312. doi:10.1163/156853308X372982
Trevaskis, Leigh M. (2008) Review of 'Blood Ritual in the Hebrew Bible. Meaning and Power' by William K. Gilders. European Journal of Theology, 17 2: 184-185.
Trevaskis L.M., Fulkerson W.J. and Nandra K.S. (2004) Effect of time of feeding carbohydrate supplements and pasture on production of dairy cows. Livestock Production Science, 85 2-3: 275-285. doi:10.1016/S0301-6226(03)00122-2
Trevaskis L.M., Fulkerson W.J. and Nandra K.S. (2004) Rice increases productivity compared to other carbohydrate supplements in dairy cows grazing kikuyu (Pennisetum clandestinum), but not ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum), pastures. Livestock Production Science, 87 2-3: 197-206. doi:10.1016/j.livprodsci.2003.08.004
Trevaskis, L. M., Fulkerson, W. J. and Gooden, J. M. (2001) Provision of certain carbohydrate-based supplements to pasture-fed sheep, as well as time of harvesting of the pasture, influences pH, ammonia concentration and microbial protein synthesis in the rumen. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 41 1: 21-27. doi:10.1071/EA00063
Trevaskis L.M. and Fulkerson W.J. (1999) The relationship between various animal and management factors and milk urea, and its association with reproductive performance of dairy cows grazing pasture. Livestock Production Science, 57 3: 255-265. doi:10.1016/S0301-6226(98)00174-2