1. Hurford A, Cobbold C, Molnár PK. Skewed temperature dependence affects range and abundance in a warming world. Preprint on BioRxiv: https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/408104v1
  2. Whitworth A, Beirne C, Flatt E, Huarcaya RP, Cruz Diaz JC, Forsyth A, Molnár PK, Vargas Soto JS (2018). Recovering secondary forest is well utilized by Great Curassow (Crax rubra) and Great Tinamou (Tinamus major) in the absence of hunting. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 120, 852-862.
  3. Peacock SJ, Bouhours J, Lewis MA, Molnár PK (2018) Macroparasite dynamics of migratory host populations. Theoretical Population Biology 120, 29-41. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0040580916301034
    Macroparasite-dynamics-of-migratory-host-populations.pdf
  4. Kirk D, Jones N, Peacock S, Phillips J, Molnár PK, Krkošek M, Luijckx P (2018) Empirical evidence that metabolic theory describes the temperature dependency of within-host parasite dynamics. PLoS Biology 16(2): e2004608 https://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.2004608
  5. Molnár PK, Sckrabulis JP, Altman KA, Raffel TR (2017) Thermal performance curves and the Metabolic Theory of Ecology – a practical guide to models and experiments for parasitologists. Journal of Parasitology 103: 423-439.
    https://www.journalofparasitology.org/doi/10.1645/16-148
    Molnar et al 17 (J Par) – Thermal performance curves and MTE, Practical Guide, including SOM.pdf
  6. Dobson A, Molnár PK, Kutz S (2015) Climate change and Arctic parasites. Trends in Parasitology 31: 181-188.
  7. Molnár PK, Lewis MA, Derocher AE (2014) Estimating Allee dynamics before they can be observed: Polar bears as a case study. PLoS One 9(1): e85410. https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0085410
  8. Kutz SJ, Hoberg EP, Molnár PK, Dobson A, Verocai GG (2014) A walk on the tundra: Host-parasite interactions in an extreme environment. International Journal for Parasitology 3: 198-208.
  9. Molnár PK, Dobson AP, Kutz SJ (2013) Gimme shelter – The relative sensitivity of parasitic nematodes with direct and indirect life cycles to climate change. Global Change Biology 19: 3291-3305.
  10. Molnár PK, Kutz SJ, Hoar BM, Dobson AP (2013) Metabolic approaches to understanding climate change impacts on seasonal host-macroparasite dynamics. Ecology Letters 16: 9-21.
  11. Derocher AE, Aars J, Amstrup SC, Cutting A, Lunn NJ, Molnár PK, Obbard ME, Stirling I, Thiemann GW, Vongraven D, Wiig Ø, York G (2013) Rapid ecosystem change and polar bear conservation. Conservation Letters 6: 368-375. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/conl.12009
  12. Molnár PK, Derocher AE, Klanjscek T, Lewis MA (2011) Predicting climate change impacts on polar bear litter size. Nature Communications 2: 186. https://www.nature.com/articles/ncomms1183
  13. Molnár PK, Derocher AE, Thiemann GW, Lewis MA (2010) Predicting survival, reproduction and abundance of polar bears under climate change. Biological Conservation 143: 1612-1622 (Corrigendum: Biol. Conserv.: 177, 230-231).
  14. Molnár PK, Klanjscek T, Derocher AE, Obbard ME, Lewis MA (2009) A body composition model to estimate mammalian energy stores and metabolic rates from body mass and body length, with application to polar bears. Journal of Experimental Biology 212: 2313-2323. http://jeb.biologists.org/content/212/15/2313
  15. Molnár PK, Derocher AE, Lewis MA, Taylor MK (2008) Modelling the mating system of polar bears: a mechanistic approach to the Allee effect. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B 275: 217-226. https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rspb.2007.1307
  16. Gaenssler P, Molnár PK, Rost D (2007) On continuity and strict increase of the cdf for the sup-functional of a Gaussian process with applications to statistics. Results in Mathematics 51: 51-60.

 

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  1. Sistema Nacional de Áreas de Conservación (53 contributors, including Vargas Soto JS & Molnár PK (2018) Estado de conservación del jaguar (Panthera onca) en Costa Rica a través de la integración de datos de registros de la especie y modelaje del hábitat idóneo. Proyecto—JICA. Santo Domingo de Heredia, Costa Rica. (in Spanish; government report on “The current state of jaguar (Panthera onca) conservation in Costa Rica, as established through the integration of observational records with models of ideal habitat”).
  2. Berestycki H, Hastings A, Lewis M, Molnár P (2013) Impact of climate change on biological invasions and population distributions. Conference Report Impacts of climate change on biological invasions and population distributions, Banff International Research Station, http://www.birs.ca/workshops//2013/13w5095/report13w5095.pdf.