Peter K. Molnar
Peter K. Molnar
University of Toronto Scarborough
Verified email at utoronto.ca - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Predicting survival, reproduction and abundance of polar bears under climate change
PK Molnár, AE Derocher, GW Thiemann, MA Lewis
Biological Conservation 143 (7), 1612-1622, 2010
1852010
Predicting climate change impacts on polar bear litter size
PK Molnár, AE Derocher, T Klanjscek, MA Lewis
Nature Communications 2, 186, 2011
1132011
Metabolic approaches to understanding climate change impacts on seasonal host‐macroparasite dynamics
PK Molnár, SJ Kutz, BM Hoar, AP Dobson
Ecology letters 16 (1), 9-21, 2013
952013
Modelling the mating system of polar bears: a mechanistic approach to the Allee effect
PK Molnár, AE Derocher, MA Lewis, MK Taylor
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1631), 217-226, 2008
772008
Rapid ecosystem change and polar bear conservation
AE Derocher, J Aars, SC Amstrup, A Cutting, NJ Lunn, PK Molnár, ...
Conservation Letters 6 (5), 368-375, 2013
602013
A body composition model to estimate mammalian energy stores and metabolic rates from body mass and body length, with application to polar bears
PK Molnár, T Klanjscek, AE Derocher, ME Obbard, MA Lewis
Journal of Experimental Biology 212 (15), 2313-2323, 2009
562009
A walk on the tundra: Host–parasite interactions in an extreme environment
SJ Kutz, EP Hoberg, PK Molnár, A Dobson, GG Verocai
International journal for parasitology: Parasites and wildlife 3 (2), 198-208, 2014
472014
Climate change and Arctic parasites
A Dobson, PK Molnár, S Kutz
Trends in parasitology 31 (5), 181-188, 2015
322015
Corrigendum to “Predicting survival, reproduction and abundance of polar bears under climate change”[Biol. Conserv. 143 (2010) 1612–1622]
PK Molnár, AE Derocher, GW Thiemann, MA Lewis
Biological Conservation, 230-231, 2014
282014
Gimme Shelter–the relative sensitivity of parasitic nematodes with direct and indirect life cycles to climate change
PK Molnár, AP Dobson, SJ Kutz
Global change biology 19 (11), 3291-3305, 2013
252013
Empirical evidence that metabolic theory describes the temperature dependency of within-host parasite dynamics
D Kirk, N Jones, S Peacock, J Phillips, PK Molnár, M Krkošek, P Luijckx
PLoS biology 16 (2), e2004608, 2018
242018
Thermal Performance Curves and the Metabolic Theory of Ecology—A Practical Guide to Models and Experiments for Parasitologists
PK Molnár, JP Sckrabulis, KA Altman, TR Raffel
Journal of Parasitology 103 (5), 423-439, 2017
232017
Estimating Allee Dynamics before They Can Be Observed: Polar Bears as a Case Study
PK Molnár, MA Lewis, AE Derocher
PloS one 9 (1), e85410, 2014
132014
On continuity and strict increase of the CDF for the sup-functional of a Gaussian process with applications to statistics
P Gaenssler, P Molnár, D Rost
Results in Mathematics 51 (1-2), 51-60, 2007
92007
Modelling future impacts of climate change and harvest on the reproductive success of female polar bears(Ursus maritimus)
PK Molnár
Dissertation Abstracts International 71 (01), 2009
72009
Macroparasite dynamics of migratory host populations
SJ Peacock, J Bouhours, MA Lewis, PK Molnár
Theoretical population biology 120, 29-41, 2018
62018
Secondary forest is utilized by Great Curassows (Crax rubra) and Great Tinamous (Tinamus major) in the absence of hunting
A Whitworth, C Beirne, E Flatt, R Pillco Huarcaya, JC Cruz Diaz, A Forsyth, ...
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 120 (4), 852-862, 2018
32018
Skewed temperature dependence affects range and abundance in a warming world
A Hurford, CA Cobbold, PK Molnár
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1908), 20191157, 2019
22019
Impact of climate change on biological invasions and population distributions
H Berestycki, A Hastings, M Lewis, P Molnar
Tech. Rep. Banff International Research Station, In: http://www. birs. ca …, 2013
12013
Fasting season length sets temporal limits for global polar bear persistence
PK Molnár, CM Bitz, MM Holland, JE Kay, SR Penk, SC Amstrup
Nature Climate Change, 1-7, 2020
2020
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20