Bertram, S.M., V.L.M. Rook, J.M. Fitzsimmons, & L.P. Fitzsimmons. 2011. Fine- and broad-scale approaches to understanding the evolution of aggression in crickets. Ethology 117:1067-1080. [abstract from journal website] [pdf]
Fitzsimmons, J.M., S.E. Schoustra, J.T. Kerr, & R. Kassen. 2010. Population consequences of mutational events: effects of antibiotic resistance on the r/K trade-off. Evolutionary Ecology 24:227-236. [abstract from journal website] [pdf]
Fitzsimmons, J.M. & L.P. Fitzsimmons. 2010. Pre-copulatory behavior of the wheel bug Arilus gallus (Hemiptera: Reduviidae). Entomological News 121:304-307. [abstract from journal website] [pdf]
Fitzsimmons, J.M. & D.J. Innes. 2006. Inter-genotype variation in reproductive response to crowding among Daphnia pulex. Hydrobiologia 568:187-205. [abstract from journal website] [pdf]
Fitzsimmons, J.M. 2001. Ehime-ken ALTs’ English Ideas – 2001 (Editor). Ehime Monbusho (Ministry of Education), Matsuyama, Japan. (a compilation of English lesson plans contributed by teachers in the province).
Fitzsimmons, J.M. 1999 – 2000. Science section contributions in The Journal, the main student newspaper at Queen’s University.
I created the @CanFieldNat twitter account and developed it into arguably the most-followed account about Canada’s natural history.
I created a popular series of video tutorials on how to do basic biology statistics and graphs in Microsoft Excel. I created these as Lab Coordinator at Carleton University in 2012. More than 300,000 views.
I have been quoted in The Guardian, and am a prominent member of Canada’s community of conservation ecology tweeters (@JayFitzsy).
Series of tweets (storified here) on the lack of women scientists among The Royal Society of Canada’s fellows. Led to collaboration opportunity with co-authors which we hope to publish soon.