Stop by the Media link to see some coverage of my trout lily and flowering time work.

Austen, E.J., L. Rowe, J.R. Stinchcome, and J.R.K. Forrest. 2017. Explaining the apparent paradox of persistent selection for early flowering. New Phytologist doi:10.1111/nph.14580

Rivest, S.A., E.J. Austen, and J.R.K. Forrest. 2017. Foliage affects colour preference in bumblebees (Bombus impatiens): a test in a three-dimensional artificial environment. Evolutionary Ecology doi: 10.1007/s10682-017-9893-4

Murphy, C.D., M.S. Roodvoets, E.J. Austen, A. Dolan, A. Barnett, and D.A. Campbell. 2017. Photoinactivation of Photosystem II in Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus. PLoS ONE doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0168991
[I assisted with analyses, and learned some neat photosynthesis stuff along the way].

Austen, E.J., and A.E. Weis. 2016. Estimating selection through male fitness: three independent methods illuminate the nature and causes of selection on flowering time. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 

Austen, E.J., and A.E. Weis. 2016. The causes of selection on flowering time through male fitness in a hermaphroditic annual plant. Evolution doi: 10.1111/evo.12823j.

Austen, E.J., and A.E. Weis. 2015. What drives selection on flowering time? An experimental manipulation of the inherent correlation between genotype and environment. Evolution 69: 2018–2033.

Weis, A.E., K.M. Turner, B. Petro, E.J. Austen, and S.M. Wadgymar. 2015. Hard and soft selection on phenology through seasonal shifts in the general and social environments: a study on plant emergence time. Evolution 69: 1361–1374.

Austen, E.J., J.R.K. Forrest, and A.E. Weis. 2015. Within-plant variation in reproductive investment: consequences for selection on flowering time. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 56–79.

Wadgymar, S.M., E.J. Austen, M.N. Cumming, and A.E. Weis. 2015. Simultaneous pulsed flowering in a temperate legume: causes and consequences of multimodality in the shape of floral display schedules. Journal of Ecology 103: 316–327.

Austen, E.J., and A.E. Weis. 2014. Temporal variation in phenotypic gender and expected functional gender within and among individuals in an annual plant. Annals of Botany 114: 167–177.

Austen, E.J., D.A. Jackson, and A.E. Weis. 2014. Describing flowering schedule shape through multivariate ordination. International Journal of Plant Sciences 175: 70-79.

Dart, S.R., K.E. Samis, Austen, and C.G. Eckert. 2012. Broad geographic covariation between floral traits and the mating system in Camissoniopsis cheiranthifolia (Onagraceae): Multiple stable mixed mating systems across the species range? Annals of Botany 109: 599-611.

Austen, E. and A. Hanson. 2008. Identifying wetland compensation principles and mechanisms for Atlantic Canada using a Delphi approach. Wetlands 28: 640-655.

Austen, E. and A. Hanson. 2007. Compensating for unavoidable wetland loss in Atlantic Canada: A policy review. Canadian Water Resources Journal 32: 163-178.