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Publications

  • Lewison, R., M. Rudd, W. Al-Hayek, C. Baldwin, M. Beger, S. Lieske, C. Jones, S. Satumanatpan, C. Junchompoo and E. Hines. 2016. How the DPSIR framework can be used for structuring problems and facilitating empirical research in coastal systems. Environmental Science and Policy 56: 110-119.

  • McClure, A., X. Liu, E. Hines and M. Ferner. 2016. Evaluation of Error Reduction Techniques on a LIDAR-Derived Salt Marsh Digital Elevation Model. Journal of Coastal Research 32: 424-433.

  • Ballanti, L., L. Blesius, E. Hines and B. Kruse. 2016. Tree Species Classification Using Hyperspectral Imagery. Remote Sensing 8: 445-462.

  • Hines, E., H. Chansang, P. Cherdsukjai, S. Thongsukdee, P. Boonyanate, S. Monanunsap, P. Manopawitr, L. Ponnampalam, A. Ilangakoon and T. Akamatsu. 2015. DR. KANJANA ADULYANUKOSOL (14 April 1962-10 January 2015). Marine Mammal Science 31: 1587-1593.

  • eHines, E., S. eStrindberg, C. eJunchompoo, L. Ponnampalam, A. Ilangakoon, J. eJackson-Ricketts and S. eMananunsap. 2015. Line transect estimates of Irrawaddy dolphin abundance along the eastern Gulf Coast of Thailand. Frontiers in Marine Science 2.

  • Teh, L., L. Teh, E. Hines, C. Junchompoo and R. Lewison. 2015. Contextualising the coupled socio-ecological conditions of marine megafauna bycatch. Ocean & Coastal Management 116: 449-465.

  • Jensen, C., E. Hines, B. Holzman, T. Moore, J. Jahncke and J. Redfern. 2015. Spatial and Temporal Variability in Shipping Traffic Off San Francisco, California. Coastal Management 43: 575-588.

  • Edwards, H., S. Stone, E. Hines, N. Gomez and B. Winning. 2014. Documenting Manatee (Trichechus manatus manatus) Presence at Turneffe Atoll, Belize, Central America and its Conservation Significance. Caribbean Journal of Science 48: 71-75.

  • Dransfield, A., E. Hines, J. McGowan, B. Holzman, N. Nur, M. Elliott, J. Howar and J. Jahncke. 2014. Where the whales are. Endangered Species Research 26: 39-57.

  • Ponnampalam, L., E. Hines, S. Monanunsap, A. Ilangakoon, C. Junchompoo, K. Adulyanukosol and L. Morse. 2013. Behavioral Observations of Coastal Irrawaddy Dolphins (Orcaella brevirostris) in Trat Province, Eastern Gulf of Thailand. Aquatic Mammals 39: 401.

  • McGowan, J., E. Hines, M. Elliott, J. Howar, A. Dransfield, N. Nur and J. Jahncke. 2013. Using Seabird Habitat Modeling to Inform Marine Spatial Planning in Central California's National Marine Sanctuaries. PLOS ONE 8: e71406-e71414.

  • Funayama, K., E. Hines, J. Davis and S. Allen. 2013. Effects of sea‐level rise on northern elephant seal breeding habitat at Point Reyes Peninsula, California. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 23: 233-245.

  • Hines, E., K. Adulyanukosol, S. Poochaviranon, P. Somany, L. Ath, N. Cox, K. Symington, T. Tun, A. Ilangakoon and H. de longh. 2012. Dugongs in Asia. Hines, Ellen M.

  • Hines, E. and J. Reynolds. 2012. Sirenian Conservation. .

  • LaCommare, K., S. Brault, C. Self-Sullivan and E. Hines. 2012. Trend Detection in a Boat-based Method for Monitoring Sirenians. Biological Conservation 152: 169-177.

  • Hines, E., E. Parsons and J. Cigliano. 2011. MAKING MARINE SCIENCE MATTER A SPECIAL ISSUE HIGHLIGHTING THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL MARINE CONSERVATION CONGRESS 19-24 MAY, 2009, WASHINGTON, DC. Bulletin of Marine Science 87: 161-164.

  • Cleve, C., J. Perrine, B. Holzman and E. Hines. 2011. Addressing biased occurrence data in predicting potential Sierra Nevada red fox habitat for survey prioritization. Endangered Species Research 14: 179-191.

  • Merrifield, M., E. Hines, X. Liu and M. Beck. 2011. Building Regional Threat-Based Networks for Estuaries in the Western United States. PLoS One 6.

  • Dick, D. and E. Hines. 2011. Using distance sampling techniques to estimate bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) abundance at Turneffe Atoll, Belize. Marine Mammal Science 27: 606-621.

  • ADULYANUKOSOL, K., E. HINES and P. BOONYANATE. 2010. Cultural significance of dugong to Thai villagers. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on SEASTAR2000 and Asian Bio-logging Science (The 9th SEASTAR2000 Workshop): 43-49.

  • Novak, A., E. Hines, D. Kwan, L. Parr, M. Than Tun, H. Win and F. Short. 2009. Revised ranges of seagrass species in the Myeik Archipelago, Myanmar. Aquatic Botany.

  • DOUKAKIS, P., E. PARSONS, W. BURNS, A. SALOMON, E. HINES and J. CIGLIANO. 2009. Gaining Traction. Conservation Biology 23: 841-846.

  • Ilangakoon, A., D. Sutaria, E. Hines and R. Raghavan. 2008. Community interviews on the status of the dugong (Dugong dugon) in the Gulf of Mannar (India and Sri Lanka). Marine Mammal Science 24: 704-710.

  • Hines, E., K. Adulyanukosol, P. Somany, L. Ath, N. Cox, P. Boonyanate and N. Hoa. 2008. Conservation needs of the dugong Dugong dugon in Cambodia and Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam. Oryx 42: 113-121.

  • Hines, E., J. Franklin and J. Stephenson. 2005. Research Article. Transactions in GIS 9: 541.

  • Hines, E., K. Adulyanukosol, D. Duffus and P. Dearden. 2005. Community Perspectives and Conservation Needs for Dugongs (Dugong dugon) Along the Andaman Coast of Thailand. Environmental Management 36: 654-664.

  • Hines, E., K. Adulyanukosol and D. Duffus. 2005. DUGONG (DUGONG DUGON) ABUNDANCE ALONG THE ANDAMAN COAST OF THAILAND. Marine Mammal Science 21: 536-549.

  • Hines, E. and K. Adulyanukosol. 2005. Community Perspectives and Conservation Needs for Dugongs (Dugong dugon) Along the Andaman Coast of Thailand. Environmental Management 36: 654-664.

  • Hines, E., J. Franklin and J. Stephenson. 2005. Estimating the Effects of Map Error on Habitat Delineation for the California Spotted Owl in Southern California. Transactions in GIS 9: 541-559.

  • Hines, E. 2002. Conservation of the dugong (Dugong dugon) along the Andaman coast of Thailand. .

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Educational Background

  • 2002 – Ph.D., University of Victoria (Geography)

  • 1997 – M.A., San Diego State University (Geography)

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Grants

  • The Golden Gate LiDAR Project

  • Coastal cetaceans in eastern Thailand.

  • Risk of Right Whale and Vessel Interactions in Southeast US.

  • GIS Risk Analysis: North Atlantic Right Whales in Southeast US.

  • A comparison of bottlenose dolphin foraging ecology between transitional-temperate and tropical ecosystems

  • Updating National Wetlands Inventory Digital Map Files.

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