A biostatistician with 30 years of experience


My Publications

Hinrichsen, R.A., and Paulsen, C.M. 2020. Low carrying capacity a risk for threatened Chinook Salmon. Ecological Modelling 432, Issue C, number S0304380020302933.

Hinrichsen, R.A., Steele, C.A., Ackerman, M.W., Campbell, M.R., Narum, S.R., Hess, M.A., Young, W.P., Shields, B.A., and Maschhoff, B.L. 2016. Maximum likelihood estimation of the proportion of hatchery-origin fish on spawning grounds using coded wire tagging and parentage based tagging. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 45:671-686.

Hinrichsen, R.A., Hasselman, D.J., Ebbesmeyer, C.C., and Shields, B.A. 2013. The role of impoundments, temperature, and discharge on the colonization of the Columbia River Basin, USA, by nonindigenous American Shad. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142:887-900.

Hinrichsen, R.A., R. Sharma, and T.R. Fisher. 2012. Precision and accuracy of estimators of the proportion of hatchery-origin spawners. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141:437-454.

Hasselman, D.J., Hinrichsen, R.A., Shields, B.A., and C.C. Ebbesmeyer. 2012. The rapid establishment, dispersal, and increased abundance of invasive American shad in the Pacific Northwest. Fisheries 37(3): 105-116.

Hasselman, D.J., Hinrichsen, R.A., Shields, B.A., and C.C. Ebbesmeyer. 2012. American shad of the Pacific coast: a harmful invasive species or benign introduction? Fisheries 37(3): 117-124.

Hinrichsen, R.A. and Fisher, T.R. 2009. Inferences on the Latent Mortality of Snake River Spring–Summer-Run Chinook Salmon Using Spawner–Recruit Models. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138:1232–1239.

Hinrichsen, R.A. 2009. Population viability analysis for several populations using multivariate state-space models. Ecological Modelling 200: 1197-1202.

Hinrichsen, R. A. and Holmes, E.E. 2009. Using multivariate state-space models to study spatial structure and dynamics. In Spatial Ecology(editors Robert Stephen Cantrell, Chris Cosner, Shigui Ruan). CRC/Chapman Hall.

Paulsen, C.M., Hinrichsen, R.A., and Fisher, T.R. 2007. Measure twice, estimate once: Pacific salmon population viability analysis for highly variable populations. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 136:346-364.

Hinrichsen, R.A. and Van Holmes, C. 2006. Snake River Fall chinook salmon life history diversity. Independent Technical Analysis Process, Bonneville Power Administration Report. 26 pages.

Hinrichsen, R.A. 2003. The power of experiments for estimating relative reproductive success of hatchery-born spawners. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60:864-872.

Petersen, J.H, Hinrichsen, R.A., Gadomski, D.M., Feil, D.H., and Rondorf, D.W. 2003. American shad in the Columbia River. In Biodiversity, Status, and Conservation of the World's Shads. Edited by K.E. Limburg and J.R. Waldman. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

Hinrichsen, R.A. 2002. The accuracy of alternative stochastic growth estimates for salmon populations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59: 1014-1023.

Paulsen, C.M., and Hinrichsen, R.A. 2002. Experimental management for Snake River spring–summer chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha): trade-offs between conservation and learning for a threatened species. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 59: 717–725.

Hinrichsen, R.A. 2001. The importance of influence diagnostics: examples from the Snake River chinook salmon spawner-recruit models. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58: 551-559.

Hinrichsen, R.A. 2001. High variability in spawner-recruit data hampers learning. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 58: 769-776.

Hinrichsen, R.A. 1998. The ghost run of the Cowlitz. Cowlitz County Historical Quarterly. 40(2):5-21.

Ingraham, W.J., C.C. Ebbesmeyer, and R.A. Hinrichsen. 1998. Imminent climate and circulation shift in Northeast Pacific Ocean could have major impact on marine resources. EOS 79: 197.

Hinrichsen, R.A. 1994. Optimization models for understanding migration behavior of juvenile chinook salmon. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Washington. Seattle, Washington. USA.

Hinrichsen, R.A. 1987. The Leslie model with harvesting. Master's thesis. Clemson University. Clemson, South Carolina, USA. 29p.