Simon Bonner

Assistant Professor
Joint with the Department of Biology
Office: WSC 276
Phone: 519-661-2111 x88205
Email: sbonner6@uwo.ca


Courses offered in current school year

SS 9055B 001 - Generalized Linear Models



Graduate Students Supervision

  • Han Na Kim

Publications

  • Bonner, S., Harwood, J. D., Roualdes, E. A. and Whitney, T. D. (2016). Formal modelling of predator preferences using molecular gut-content analysis. Environmental and Ecological Statistics , 23 (2): 317-336.
  • Schofield, M. and Bonner, S. (2015). Connecting the latent multinomial. Biometrics, 71 (4): 1070-1080.
  • Bonner, S., Augustine, B. C. and Tredick, C. A. (2014). Accounting for behavioural response to capture when estimating population size from hair snare studies with missing data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 5 (11): 1154-1161.
  • Bonner, S. and Schofield, M. (2014). MC(MC)MC: Exploring Monte Carlo integration within MCMC for mark-recapture models with individual covariates. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 5 (12): 1305-1315.
  • Bonner, S., Barton, C. D., Muncy, B. L. and Price, S. J. (2014). Mountaintop removal mining reduces stream salamander occupancy and richness in southeastern Kentucky (USA). Biological Conservation, 180: 115-121.
  • Bonner, S., Heckman, N. E. and Newlands, N. K. (2014). Modeling regional impacts of climate teleconnections using functional data analysis. Biometrics, 21 (1): 1-26.
  • Bonner, S. and Holmberg, J. (2013). Mark-Recapture with Multiple, Non-Invasive Marks. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 69 (3): 766-775.
  • Bonner, S. (2013). Implementing the trinomial mark-recapture-recovery model in program mark. Biometrics, 4 (1): 95-98.
  • Chamberlain, J. L., Hiebert, E. B., Ness, G., Small, C. J. and Bonner, S. (2013). Modeling below-ground biomass to improve sustainable management of Actaea racemosa, a globally important medicinal forest product. Forest Ecology and Management , 293: 1-8.
  • Bonner, S. (2013). Response to: A new method for estimating animal abundance with two sources of data in capture-recapture studies . Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 4 (6): 585-588.
  • Schwarz, C. J. and Bonner, S. (2011). Smoothing Population Size Estimates for Time-Stratified Mark-Recapture Experiments Using Bayesian P-Splines. Biometrics, 67 (4): 1498-1507.
  • King, R., Morgan, B. J. T. and Bonner, S. (2010). Continuous Covariates in Mark-Recapture-Recovery Analysis: A Comparison of Methods . Biometrics, 66 (4): 1256-1265.
  • Calvert, A. M., Jonsen, I. D., Taylor, P. D., Walde, S. J. and Bonner, S. (2009). A hierarchical Bayesian approach to multi-state mark-recapture: Simulations and applications. Journal of Applied Ecology , 46 (3): 610-620.