Scott G Hinch

Professor
Director, Natural Resources Conservation Program
Forest Sciences Centre 3041
2424 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
Canada
work phone: 6048229377

Areas of research include:

  • Salmon migration behavioural physiology and ecology;
  • Land-use effects on fish ecology and habitat
  • Adult salmon migration survival, behaviour, energetics, physiology, habitat use, environmental cues, effects of fisheries and capture-release, passage in regulated rivers, disease and pathogens

Unit Associations

Department of Zoology
Fisheries Centre

Professional Affiliations

American Fisheries Society

Awards

2007 Best Paper in the 2006 issues of the Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (135:655-667) , 2007
2005 American Fisheries Society Award of Excellence (Fisheries Management Section) , 2005
2000-2001 UBC Izaak Walton Killam Memorial Faculty Research Fellowship , 2000
2000-2001 UBC Killam Teaching Prize in Faculty of Forestry , 2000
American Fisheries Society Excellence in Fisheries Education Award in recognition of continuous dedication to the teaching profession and personal contributions to the education of fisheries professionals , 2011

Current Graduate Students

Nich Burnett, MSc
Examining the effects of dam passage on migation activity and behaviour of adult sockeye salmonThe Efects of fisheries handling on pathogen load and survival in migrating adult freshwater salmon
Nathan Furey, PhD
Salmon smolt migrations: tagging and modelling
Matthew (Stephen) Drenner, PhD
Exploring links between oceanography and adult Pacific salmon behaviour, physiology, and survival in coastal transition zones.
Nolan Bett, PhD
Olfactory abilities in adult migrating Pacific salmon
Natalie Sopinka, PhD
Transgenerational effects of stress in Pacific salmon
Sam Wilson, MSc
Behaviour and activity of ocean migrating adult sockeye salmon
Arthur Bass, PhD
The effects of fisheries handling on pathogen load and survival in migrating adult freshwater salmon
Katrina Cook, PhD
Effects of capture/release and recovery on physiology, behaviour and disease in marine migrating adult salmon
Graham Raby, PhD
Physiology and survival of adult migrating coho salmon in relation to fisheries release and recovery

Current Courses

Winter 2019

CONS449C Directed Studies in Natural Resources Conservation - DIR ST NTL RS CN Sections

In special cases and with the approval of the instructor concerned, a student may carry out directed studies of specific problems in natural resources conservation.

Winter 2019

CONS449A Directed Studies in Natural Resources Conservation - DIR ST NTL RS CN Sections

In special cases and with the approval of the instructor concerned, a student may carry out directed studies of specific problems in natural resources conservation.

Winter 2019

CONS486 Fish Conservation and Management Sections

Principles of fish biology, population and community ecology necessary to understand conservation and management; overview of current issues, tactics and institutions involved with fisheries conservation and management.

Winter 2019

FRST386 Aquatic Ecosystems and Fish in Forested Watersheds Sections

Effects of forest management activities on fish and aquatic ecosystems.

Selected Publications


Stevenson C. F., S.G. Hinch, A. D. Porter, E. L. Rechisky, D. W. Welch, S. J. Healy, A. G. Lotto, N. B. Furey. (2019). The influence of smolt age on freshwater and early marine behavior and survival of migrating juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Nguyen, V.M., N. Young, M. Corriveau, S.G. Hinch, S.J. Cooke. (2019). What is “usable” knowledge? Perceived barriers for integrating new knowledge into management of an iconic Canadian fishery. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 76(3): 463-474
Anttila, K., A.P. Farrell, D. Patterson, S.G. Hinch, and E. Eliason (2019). Cardiac SERCA activity in sockeye salmon populations: an adaptive response to migration conditions Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 76(1): 1-5
Cook, K.V., S.G. Hinch, S.M. Drenner, G.D. Raby, D.A. Patterson, and S.J. Cooke (2019). Dermal injuries caused by purse seine capture result in lasting physiological disturbances in coho salmon Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 227: 75-83.
Kanigan, A.M., S. G. Hinch, A. L. Bass, and W. L Harrower (2019). Gillnet fishing effort predicts physical injuries on Sockeye Salmon captured near spawning grounds. North American Journal of Fisheries Management.
Iverson, S.J., A.T. Fisk, S.G. Hinch, J. Mills Flemming, S.J. Cooke, and F.G. Whoriskey. (2019). The Ocean Tracking Network: Advancing Frontiers in Aquatic Science and Management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Houde A.L, A.D. Schulze, K.H. Kaukinen, J. Strohm, D.A. Patterson, T.D. Beacham, AP. Farrell, S.G. Hinch, and K.M. Miller. (2019). Transcriptional shifts during juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) life stage changes in freshwater and early marine environments Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part D: Genomics and Proteomics 29:32-42.
Cook, K.V., A.J. Reid, D.A. Patterson, K.A. Robinson, J.M. Chapman, S.G. Hinch, and S.J. Cooke (2019). A synthesis to understand responses to capture stressors among fish discarded from commercial fisheries and options for mitigating their severity. Fish and Fisheries 20:25-43
Bass, A.R, S.G. Hinch, A.K. Teffer, D.A. Patterson, and K.M. Miller (2019). Fisheries capture and infectious agents are associated with travel rate and survival of Chinook salmon during spawning migration Fisheries Research 209:156-166
Akbarzadeh, A., O. P. Günther, A. L. Houde, T. J. Ming, K. Jeffries, S. G. Hinch, K. M. Miller (2018). Developing specific molecular biomarkers for thermal stress in salmonids. BMC Genomics 19:749-777.
Drenner, S.M., S.G. Hinch, N.B. Furey, T.D. Clark, S. Li, T. Ming, K.M. Jeffries, D.A. Patterson, S.J. Cooke, D. Robichaud, D.W. Welch, A.P. Farrell, and K.M. Miller. (2018). Transcriptome patterns and blood physiology associated with homing success of sockeye salmon during their final stage of marine migration. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 75(9): 1511-1524
Middleton, C.T. S.G. Hinch, E.G. Martins, D.C. Braun, D. A Patterson, N.J. Burnett, V. Minke-Martin, M.T. Casselman, and A. Gelchu. (2018). Effects of natal water concentration and temperature on the behaviour of up-river migrating sockeye salmon Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75(12): 2375-2389.
Teffer, A.K., Hinch, S.G., Miller, K.M., Jeffries, K.M., Patterson, D.A., Cooke, S.J., Farrell, A.P., Kaukinen, K.H., Li, S. and F. Juanes (2018). Infections, fisheries capture, temperature, and host responses: multistressor influences on survival and behaviour of adult Chinook salmon Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75(11): 2069-2083.
Young, N., M. Corriveau, V. M. Nguyen, S. J. Cooke, and S. G. Hinch. (2018). Embracing disruptive new science? Biotelemetry meets co-management in Canada’s Fraser River. Fisheries 43(1): 51-60.
Rechisky, E.L., C. Stevenson, A.D. Porter, D.W. Welch, N.B. Furey, S. Healy, S. Johnston and S.G. Hinch. (2018). Telemetry-based estimates of early marine survival and residence time of juvenile salmon in the Strait of Georgia and Queen Charlotte Strait, 2017. Pages 200-205 In P.C. Chandler, S.A. King and J. Boldt, editors. State of the Physical, Biological and Selected Fishery Resources of Pacific Canadian Marine Ecosystems in 2017. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 3266. Fisheries and Ocean Canada.
Watson, M.S., Cook, K.V., Young, N., Hinch, S.G (2018). Perceptions and actions of commercial fishers in response to conservation measures in Canadian Pacific salmon fisheries Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 147:906–918.
Drenner, S.M., S.G. Hinch, N.B. Furey, T.D. Clark, S. Li, T. Ming, K.M. Jeffries, D.A. Patterson, S.J. Cooke, D. Robichaud, D.W. Welch, A.P. Farrell, and K.M. Miller. (2018). Transcriptome patterns and blood physiology associated with homing success of sockeye salmon during their final stage of marine migration. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Bass, A., S.G. Hinch, M. Casselman, N. Bett, N. Burnett, C. Middleton, and D. Patterson (2018). Visible gillnet injuries predict migration and spawning failure in adult sockeye salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 147:1085–1099
Bett, N.N., S.G. Hinch, and M.T. Casselman (2018). Effects of natal water dilution on the migration of Pacific salmon in a regulated river River Research and Applications. 34:1151–1157
Drenner, S.M., B. Harrower, M. Casselman, N. Bett, A. Bass, C. Middleton, and S.G. Hinch. (2018). Whole‐river manipulation of olfactory cues affects upstream migration of sockeye salmon. Fisheries Management and Ecology. 25:488-500
Cook, K.V., A.J. Reid, D.A. Patterson, K.A. Robinson, J.M. Chapman, S.G. Hinch, and S.J. Cooke. (2018). A synthesis to understand responses to capture stressors among fish discarded from commercial fisheries and options for mitigating their severity Fish and Fisheries 20:25-43.
Furey, N.B., J.B. Armstrong, D.A. Beauchamp, and S.G. Hinch (2018). Migratory coupling between predators and prey Nature Ecology and Evolution 2:1846–1853.
Brooks, J. L., J. Chapman, A. Barkley, S. Kessel, N. Hussey, S.G. Hinch, D. Patterson, K. Hedges, S. Cooke, A. Fisk, S. Gruber, V.M. Nguyen (2018). Biotelemetry informing management: case studies exploring successful integration of biotelemetry data into fisheries and habitat management Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Young, N., M. Corriveau, V. M. Nguyen, S. J. Cooke, S. G. Hinch (2018). Embracing disruptive new science? Biotelemetry meets co-management in Canada’s Fraser River Fisheries. 43(1): 51-60.
Bett, N.N., S.G. Hinch, K.H. Kaukinen, S. Li, and K.M. Miller. (2018). Olfactory gene expression in migrating adult sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka. Journal of Fish Biology 92(6):2029-2038.
Healy, S.J., S.G. Hinch, A.L. Bass, N.B. Furey, K.M. Miller, A.D. Porter, E.L. Rechisky, D.W. Welch, and A.G. Lotto. (2018). Transcriptome profiles relate to migration fate in hatchery steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) smolts. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 75(11): 2053-2068.
Rechisky, E.L., A.D. Porter, T.D. Clark, N.B. Furey, M.K. Gale, S.G. Hinch, and D.W. Welch (2018). Quantifying survival of age two Chilko Lake sockeye salmon during the first 50 days of migration. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 76(1): 136-152.
Teffer, A.K., Hinch, S.G., Miller, K.M., Jeffries, K.M., Patterson, D.A., Cooke, S.J., Farrell, A.P., Kaukinen, K.H., Li, S. and F. Juanes. (2018). Infections, fisheries capture, temperature and host responses: multi-stressor influences on survival and behaviour of adult Chinook salmon Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Dick, M., E.J. Eliason, D.A. Patterson, K.A. Robinson, S.J. Cooke, S.G. Hinch. (2018). Short-term physiological response profiles of tagged migrating adult sockeye salmon: a comparison of gastric and external tagging methods. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. doi.org/10.1002/tafs.10027 147: 300–315
Bass, A.L., S.G. Hinch, D.A. Patterson, S.J. Cooke and A.P. Farrell. (2018). Location-specific consequences of beach seine and gillnet capture on upriver-migrating sockeye salmon migration behavior and fate. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75(11): 2011-2023
Cook, K.V., S.G. Hinch, M.S. Watson, D.A. Patterson, A.J. Reid, and S.J. Cooke. (2018). Experimental capture and handling of chum salmon reveal thresholds in injury, impairment, and physiology that inform best practices to improve bycatch survival. Fisheries Research. 206: 96-108.
Welch, D.W, Futia, M, Teffer, A.K., Hinch, Miller, K.M., A.G., Honeyfield, D.C., and J. Rinchard (2018). Thiamine levels in muscle and eggs of adult Pacific salmon from the Fraser River, British Columbia. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 30:191–200
Minke-Martin, V., Hinch, S.G, Braun, D.C., Burnett, N.J., Casselman, M.T., Eliason, E.J., and Middleton, C.T. (2018). Physiological condition and migratory experience affect fitness-related outcomes in adult female sockeye salmon. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 27:296–309.
Cook, K.V., Hinch, S.G., Drenner, S.M., Halfyard, E.A., Raby, G.R., Cooke, S.J (2018). Population-specific mortality in coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) released from a purse seine fishery. ICES Journal of Marine Science 75: 309–318
Middleton, C.T. S.G. Hinch, E.G. Martins, D.C. Braun, D. A Patterson, N.J. Burnett, V. Minke-Martin, M.T.Casselman, and A. Gelchu (2018). Effects of natal water concentration and temperature on the behaviour of up-river migrating sockeye salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2017-0490
Healy, S.J., Hinch, S.G., Porter, A.D., Rechisky, E.L., Welch, D.W., Eliason, E.J., Lotto, A.G., Furey, N.B. (2017). Route-specific movement and survival during marine outmigration of hatchery steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) smolts in coastal British Columbia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 577:131-147.
Brownscombe, J.W., S.J. Cooke, D.A. Algera, K.C. Hanson, E.J. Eliason, N.J. Burnett, A.J. Danylchuk, S.G. Hinch, and A.P. Farrell. (2017). Ecology of exercise in wild fish: integrating concepts of individual physiological capacity, behaviour and fitness through diverse case studies. Integrative and Comparative Biology 57: 281–292
Bass, A.R, S.G. Hinch, A.K. Teffer, D.A. Patterson, and K.M. Miller (2017). A survey of microparasites present in adult migrating Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in southwestern British Columbia determined by high-throughput quantitative polymerase chain reaction. Journal of Fish Diseases. 40:453-477
Eliason, E.J., Gale, M.K., Whitney, C.K., Lotto, A., and Hinch, S.G (2017). Intraspecific differences in endurance swim performance and cardiac size in sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) fry. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 95(6): 425-432.
Teffer, A.K., S.G. Hinch, K.S. Miller, D.A. Patterson, A.P. Farrell, S.J.Cooke, A.Bass, P. Szekeres, and F. Juanes (2017). Capture severity, infectious disease processes, and sex influence post-release mortality of sockeye salmon bycatch. Conservation Physiology 5(1): cox017; doi:10.1093/conphys/cox017
Furey, N.B., and Hinch, S.G. (2017). Bull trout movements match the life history of sockeye salmon: consumers can exploit seasonally distinct pulses. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 146: 450-461.
Bass, A.L., Hinch, S.G., Teffer, A.K., Patterson, D.A., and Miller, K.S. (2017). A survey of microparasites present in adult migrating chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in southwestern british columbia determined by high-throughput quantitative polymerase chain reaction. Journal of Fish Diseases 40:453-477.
Bett, N.N., Hinch, S.G., Burnett, N.J., Donaldson, M.R., and Naman, S.M. (2017). Causes and consequences of straying into small populations of Pacific salmon. Fisheries 42:220-230.
Patterson, D.A., Robinson, K.A., Raby, G.D., Bass, A.L., Houtman, R., Hinch, S.G., and Cooke, S.J. (2017). Guidance to derive and update fishing-related incidental mortality rates for Pacific salmon. DFO Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document 2017/011. vii + 56 p.
Patterson, D.A., Robinson, K.A., Lennox, R.J., Nettles, T.L., Donaldson, L.A., Eliason, E.J., Raby, G.D., Chapman, J.M., Cook, K.V., Donaldson, M.R., Bass, A.L., Drenner, S.M., Reid, A.J., Cooke, S.J., and Hinch, S.G. (2017). Review and evaluation of fishing-related incidental mortality for Pacific salmon. DFO Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat Research Document. 2017/010. ix + 155 p.
Rechisky E.L., C. Stevenson, A.D. Porter, D.W. Welch, N.B. Furey, and S.G. Hinch. (2017). Telemetry-based estimates of early marine survival and residence time of juvenile salmon in the Strait of Georgia and Queen Charlotte Strait, 2016 In: State of the physical, biological and selected fishery resources of Pacific Canadian marine ecosystems in 2016
Sopinka, N.M., Jeffrey, J.D., Burnett, N.J., Patterson, D.A.,Gilmour, K.M., and Hinch, S.G (2017). Maternal programming of offspring hypothalamic–pituitary–interrenal axis in wild sockeye salmon General and Comparative Endocrinology 242:30-37.
Burnett, N.J., S.G. Hinch, N.N. Bett, D.C. Braun, M.T. Casselman, S.J. Cooke, A. Gelchu, S. Lingard, C.T. Middleton, V. Minke-Martin, and C.F.H. White (2017). Reducing carryover effects on migration and spawning success of salmon through a management experiment of dam flows River Research and Applications 33:3-15
Lennox, R.J., Aarestrup, K. Cooke, S.J., Cowley, P.D., Deng, Z.D., Fisk, A.T., Harcourt, R.G., Heupel, M., Hinch, S.G. Holland, K.M., Hussey, N., Iverson, S.J., Kessel, S.T., Kocik, J.F., Lucas, M.C., Flemming, J.M., Nguyen, V.M., Stokesbury, M.J.W., Vagle, S., Vanderzwagg, D.L., Whoriskey, F.G., and Young, N. (2017). Envisioning the Future of Aquatic Animal Tracking: Technology, Science, and Application BioScience 67(10): 884–896
Prystay, T.S., E.J. Eliason, M.J. Lawrence, M. Dick, J.W. Brownscombe, D.A. Patterson, G.T. Crossin, S.G. Hinch, and S.J. Cooke. (2017). The influence of water temperature on sockeye salmon heart rate recovery following simulated fisheries interactions. Conservation Physiology, Volume 5 (1)
Sopinka, N.M., Jeffrey, J.D., Burnett, N.J., Patterson, D.A.,Gilmour, K.M., and Hinch, S.G (2017). Maternal programming of offspring hypothalamic–pituitary–interrenal axis in wild sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) General and Comparative Endocrinology 242:30-37.
Furey, N.B. and S.G. Hinch (2017). Bull trout movements match the life history of sockeye salmon: consumers can exploit seasonally-distinct pulses Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 146: 450-461.
Teffer A.K. and S.G. Hinch (2017). Are salmon sick? Branchlines 28(2): 8-9
Casselman, M.T., N.J. Burnett, N.N. Bett, C.T. Middleton, V. Minke-Martin, D.C. Braun, D. McCubbing, and S.G. Hinch. (2016). BRGMON-14 Effectiveness of Cayoosh flow dilution, dam operation, and fishway passage on delay and survival of upstream migration of salmon in the Seton-Anderson watershed. Annual Report – 2015. Report prepared for St’át’imc Government Services and BC Hydro. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 93 p. + 2 Apps
Clark, T.D., Furey, N.B., Rechisky, E.L., Gale, M.K., Jeffries, K.M., Porter, A.D., Casselman, M.T., Lotto, A.G., Patterson, D.A., Cooke, S.J., Farrell, A.P., Welch, D.W., and Hinch, S.G. (2016). Tracking wild salmon smolts to the ocean reveals distinct regions of nocturnal movement and high mortality Ecological Applications 26(4):959-978
Sopinka, N.M., Hinch, S.G., Healy, S.J., Raby, G.D., Patterson, D.A (2016). Effects of experimentally elevated egg cortisol on offspring traits in two species of wild Pacific salmon. Environmental Biology of Fishes 99:717-728
Bett, N.N., Hinch, S.G., Dittman, A.H., Yun, S.-S (2016). Evidence of Olfactory Imprinting at an Early Life Stage in Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha). Scientific Reports 6:36393.
Bett, N., Yun, S.S., Hinch, S.G (2016). Behavioural responses of Pacific salmon to chemical disturbances cues during the spawning migration. Behavioural Processes 132:76-84.
Cooke, S.J., Brownscombe, J.W., Raby, G.D., Broell, F., Hinch, S.G., Clark, T.D., and Semmens, J.M (2016). Remote bioenergetics measurements in wild fish: opportunities and challenges. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 202:23-37.
Donaldson, M.R., Burnett, N.J., Braun, D.C., Suski, C.D., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J., Kerr, J.T (2016). Taxonomic bias and international biodiversity conservation research. FACETS 1:105-113.
Furey, N.B., Hinch, S.G., Bass, A.L., Middleton, C.T., Minke-Martin, V., Lotto, A.G. (2016). Predator swamping reduces predation risk during nocturnal migration of juvenile salmon in a high-mortality landscape. Journal of Animal Ecology 85(4):948-959.
Furey, N.B., Hinch, S.G., Mesa, M.G., Beauchamp, D.A. (2016). Piscivorous fish exhibit temperature-influenced binge feeding during an annual prey pulse. Journal of Animal Ecology 85:1307-1317.
McLean M.F., Hanson K.C., Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D., Nettles, T., Litvak, M., and Crossin, G.T. (2016). Physiological stress response, reflex impairment, and delayed mortality of white sturgeon Acipenser transmontanus exposed to simulated fisheries stressors. Conservation Physiology. 4(1):cow031 DOI: 10.1093/conphys/cow031.
Patterson, D.A, S.J. Cooke, S.G. Hinch, K. Robinson, N. Young, A.P. Farrell, and K. Miller (2016). A perspective on physiological studies supporting the provision of scientific advice for the management of Fraser River sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Conservation Physiology 4(1): cow026 DOI 10.1093/conphys/cow02.
Taylor, J.T., Sopinka, N.M., Wilson, S.M., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A., Cooke, S.J., Willmore, W.G. (2016). Examining the relationships between egg cortisol and oxidative stress in developing wild sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A 200:87-93.
Young, N., Nguyen, V.M., Corriveau, M., Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G. (2016). Knowledge users’ perspectives and advice on how to improve knowledge exchange and mobilization in the case of a co-managed fishery. Environmental Science & Policy. 66: 170-178.
Nguyen, V.M., Young, N., Hinch, S.G., and Cooke, S.J (2016). Getting past the blame game: Convergence and divergence in perceived threats to salmon resources among anglers and indigenous fishers in Canada's lower Fraser River Ambio 45:591-601.
Furey, N.B., Hinch, S.G., Bass, A.L., Middleton, C.T., Minke-Martin, V., and Lotto, A.G. (2016). Predator swamping reduces predation risk during nocturnal migration of juvenile salmon in a high-mortality landscape Journal of Animal Ecology 85(4):948-959
Sopinka, N.M., Middleton, C.T., Patterson, D.A., and Hinch, S.G. (2016). Does maternal captivity of wild, migratory sockeye salmon influence offspring performance? Hydrobiologia 779:1-10
Raby, G.D, M.T. Casselman, S.J. Cooke, S.G. Hinch, A.P. Farrell, and T.D. Clark. (2016). Aerobic scope increases throughout an ecologically relevant temperature range in coho salmon Journal of Experimental Biology 219:1922-1931.
Sopinka, N., Hinch, S.G., Healy, S.J., Raby, G.D., Patterson, D.A (2016). Effects of experimentally elevated egg cortisol on offspring traits in two species of wild Pacific salmon Environmental Biology of Fishes 99:717-728
Bett, N.N., and S.G. Hinch (2016). Olfactory navigation during spawning migrations: A review and introduction of the Hierarchical Navigation Hypothesis. Biological Reviews. 91(3):728-759
Rechisky, E.L., S.H. Healy, A.D. Porter, D. W. Welch, and S.G. Hinch (2016). Telemetry-based estimates of early marine survival and residence time of juvenile steelhead in the Strait of Georgia and Queen Charlotte Strait in 2015. Pgs 167-170 In, State of the Physical, Biological and Selected Fishery Resources of Pacific Canad Pgs 167-170 In, State of the Physical, Biological and Selected Fishery Resources of Pacific Canadian Marine Ecosystems in 2015. Eds. Peter C. Chandler, Stephanie A. King and R. Ian Perry. DFO Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 3179. Available at http://waves-vagues.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/Library/365564.pdf
Young, N., M. Corriveau, V. M. Nguyen, S. J. Cooke, S. G. Hinch (2016). How do potential knowledge users perceive and evaluate new claims about a contested resource? The problem of different expectations in knowledge exchange and mobilization. Journal of Environmental Management 184: 380-388
Casselman, M.T., N.J. Burnett, N.N. Bett, C.T. Middleton, V. Minke-Martin, D.C. Braun, D. McCubbing, and S.G. Hinch. (2016). BRGMON-14 Effectiveness of Cayoosh flow dilution, dam operation, and fishway passage on delay and survival of upstream migration of salmon in the Seton-Anderson watershed. Annual Report – 2015. Report prepared for St’át’imc Government Services and BC Hydro. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 93 p. + 2 Apps
Stevenson, C. and S.G. Hinch. (2016). Research lab profiles: The Pacific Salmon Ecology and Conservation laboratory. Branchlines Vol 27(1): 14-15
Rechisky, E.L., S.H. Healy, A.D. Porter, D. W. Welch, and S.G. Hinch. (2016). Telemetry-based estimates of early marine survival and residence time of juvenile steelhead in the Strait of Georgia and Queen Charlotte Strait in 2015 Pgs 167-170 In, State of the Physical, Biological and Selected Fishery Resources of Pacific Canadian Marine Ecosystems in 2015. Eds. Peter C. Chandler, Stephanie A. King and R. Ian Perry. DFO Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 3179.
Rechisky, E.L, D.W. Welch, A.D. Porter, T.D. Clark, M.K. Gale, N.B. Furey, and S.G. Hinch. (2015). Telemetry-based estimates of early marine survival and residence time of juvenile Sockeye Salmon in the Strait of Georgia and discovery passage, 2014. Pages 173-179 in Chandler, PC, SA King, RI Perry (eds). State of physical, biological, and selected fishery resources of Pacific Canadian marine ecosystems in 2014. DFO Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 3131.
Rechisky, E.L, D.W. Welch, A.D. Porter, T.D. Clark, M.K. Gale, N.B. Furey, and S.G. Hinch (2015). Telemetry-based estimates of early marine survival and residence time of juvenile Sockeye Salmon in the Strait of Georgia and discovery passage, 2014 Pages 173-179 in Chandler, PC, SA King, RI Perry (eds). State of physical, biological, and selected fishery resources of Pacific Canadian marine ecosystems in 2014. DFO Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 3131. Available at http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/Library/358018.pdf
Cook, K.V., Lenno R.J., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J. (2015). Fish out of water: How much air is too much for released fish? Fisheries 40(9):452-461
Casselman, M.T., N.J. Burnett, N.N. Bett, C.T. Middleton, V. Minke-Martin, D.C. Braun, D. McCubbing, and Hinch, S.G. (2015). BRGMON-14 Effectiveness of Cayoosh Flow Dilution, Dam Operation, and Fishway Passage on Delay and Survival of Upstream Migration of Salmon in the Seton-Anderson Watershed. Annual Report – 2014 Report prepared for St’át’imc Government Services and BC Hydro. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 67 p. + 2 Apps.
Taylor, J.T., Wilson, S.M., Sopinka, N.M., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A., Cooke, S.J., and Willmore, W.G. (2015). Are there intergenerational and population-specific effects of oxidative stress in sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka)? Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 184: 97–104
Raby, G.D., Wilson, S.M., Patterson, D.A., Hinch, S.G., Clark, T.D., Farrell, A.P., and Cooke, S.J. (2015). A physiological comparison of three techniques for reviving sockeye salmon exposed to a severe capture stressor during upriver migration. Conservation Physiology 3 (1): cov015 doi: 0.1093/conphys/cov015
Raby, G.D., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A., Hills, J.A., Thompson, L.A., and Cooke, S.J. (2015). Mechanisms to explain purse seine bycatch mortality of coho salmon. Ecological Applications 25(7):1757-1775.
Raby, G.D., Clark, T.D., Farrell, A.P., Patterson, D.A., Bett, N.N., Wilson, S.M., Willmore, W.G., Suski, C.D., Hinch, S.G., and Cooke, S.J. (2015). Facing the river gauntlet: understanding the effects of fisheries capture and water temperature on the physiology of coho salmon. PLoS One. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0124023
Robinson, K.A., Hinch, S.G., Raby, G.D., Donaldson, M.R., Robichaud, D., Patterson, D.A., and Cooke, S.J. (2015). Influence of post-capture ventilation assistance on migration success of adult sockeye salmon following capture and release. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144:693-704
Sopinka, N.M., Hinch, S.G., Healy, S.J., Harrison, P.M., and Patterson, D.A. (2015). Egg cortisol treatment affects the behavioural response of coho salmon to a conspecific intruder and threat of predation. Animal Behaviour 104:115-122
Drenner, S.M., S.G. Hinch. E.G. Martins, N. Furey, T.D. Clarke, S.J.Cooke, D. Patterson, D. Robichaud, D.W. Welch. A.P. Farrell, R. Thomson. (2015). Environmental conditions and physiological state influence estuarine movements of homing sockeye salmon Fisheries Oceanography 24(4):307-324.
Bett N.N., and S.G. Hinch. (2015). Attraction of migrating adult sockeye salmon to conspecifics in the absence of natal chemical cues Behavioural Ecology 26(4):1180-1187.
Raby, G.D., Donaldson M.R., Hinch, S.G., Clark, T.D., Eliason, E.J., Jeffries, K.M., Cook, K.V., Teffer, A.K., Bass, A.L., Miller, K.M., Patterson, D.A., Farrell, A.P., Cooke, S.J (2015). Fishing for effective conservation: context and biotic variation key to understanding the survival of Pacific salmon after catch-and-release Integrative and Comparative Biology 55(4):554-576
Furey, N.B., Vincent, S.P., Hinch, S.G., and Welch, D.W. (2015). Variability in migration routes influences early marine survival of juvenile salmon smolts PLoS ONE 10(10):e0139269
Middleton, C. and S.G. Hinch. (2015). Beyond the dam: Sockeye salmon migration through a regulated watershed. Branchlines Vol 26(3):8-9 http://www.forestry.ubc.ca/publications/branchlines/
Burnett, N. and S.G. Hinch (2014). Burst and Bust: Understanding sockeye salmon migration mortality Branchlines Vol 25(4):8-9 http://www.forestry.ubc.ca/publications/branchlines/
Casselman, M.T., Burnett, N.J., Bett, N.N., Middleton, C.T., Martins, E.G., Braun, D.C., McCubbing, D., and Hinch, S.G. (2014). BRGMON-14 Effectiveness of Cayoosh Flow Dilution, Dam Operation, and Fishway Passage on Delay and Survival of Upstream Migration of Salmon in the Seton-Anderson Watershed. Annual Report – 2013. Report prepared for St’át’imc Government Services and BC Hydro. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 66 p. + 2 Apps. April 2014
Rechisky, E.L., N.B. Furey, S.G. Hinch, A.D. Porter, T.D. Clark, M.K. Gale, K.M. Jeffries, M.T. Casselman, A.G. Lotto, C.T. Middleton, D.W. Welch. (2014). Assessing river and coastal ocean survival and movement rates of Chilko Lake sockeye salmon smolts: 2013 study Final Report to the Pacific Salmon Foundation. 20 pages.
Rechisky, E.L, D.W. Welch, A.D. Porter, N.B. Furey, S.G. Hinch. (2014). Telemetry-based estimates of early marine survival and residence time of juvenile Sockeye Salmon in the Strait of Georgia and discovery passage, 2013. Pages 213-127 in Perry, RI (ed). State of physical, biological, and selected fishery resources of P DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 3102.
Rechisky, E.L, D.W. Welch, A.D. Porter, N.B. Furey, S.G. Hinch. (2014). Telemetry-based estimates of early marine survival and residence time of juvenile Sockeye Salmon in the Strait of Georgia and discovery passage, 2013. Pages 213-127 in Perry, RI (ed). State of physical, biological, and selected fishery resources of Pacific Canadian marine ecosystems in 2013. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 3102. Available at http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/Library/353469.pdf
Jeffries, KM, Hinch, SG, Sierocinski, T, Pavlidis, P, Miller, KM. (2014). Transcriptomic responses to high water temperature in Pacific salmon. Evolutionary Applications 7: 286-300.
Taylor MK, Hasler CT, Findlay CS, Lewis B, Schmidt DC, Hinch SG, Cooke SJ. (2014). Hydrologic correlates of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) swimming activity in a hydropeaking river. River Research and Applications 30(6):756-765.
Young, N., Gingras, I., Nguyen, V.M., Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G (2014). Mobilizing new science into management practice: the challenge of acoustic telemetry for fisheries management, a case study of Canada’s Fraser River. Int J. Wildlife Law and Policy 16:331-351
Gale, M.K., S.G. Hinch, E.J. Eliason, S.J. Cooke, K.M. Jeffries, M.R. Donaldson, and D.A. Patterson. (2014). Observable impairments predict mortality of captured and released sockeye salmon at various temperatures. Conservaton Physiology 2(1): cou029
Hasler, C.T., Guimond, E., Mossop, B., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J (2014). Effectiveness of pulse flows in a regulated river for inducing upstream movement of an imperiled stock of Chinook salmon Aquatic Sciences 76(2):231-241
Drenner, S.M., S.G. Hinch, E.G. Martins, D. Robichaud, L.A. Thompson, D.A. Patterson, S.J. Cooke and R.E. Thomson (2014). Variable thermal experience and diel thermal patterns of homing sockeye salmon in coastal marine waters Marine Ecology Progress Series. 496: 109-124
Wilson, S.M., S.G. Hinch, S.M. Drenner, E.G. Martins, N.B. Furey, D.A. Patterson, D.W. Welch, S.J. Cooke (2014). Coastal marine and in-river migration behaviour of adult sockeye salmon en route to spawning grounds. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 496: 71-84
Miller, K., A.K. Teffer, D. Patterson, S. Tucker, S. Li, A. Schulze, A. Tabata, K. Kaukinen, N. Ginther, F. Juanes, T. Ming, S. Cooke, M. Hipfner, M. Trudel, S. Hinch. (2014). Infectious disease, shifting climates and opportunistic predators: cumulative factors potentially impacting wild salmon declines Evolutionary Applications 7:812-855
Taylor M.K., Hasler C.T, Hinch S.G., Lewis B., Schmidt D.C., Cooke S.J. (2014). Reach-scale movements of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) relative to hydropeaking operations in the Columbia River, Canada. Ecohydrology 7:1079-1086
Sopinka, NM, Hinch, SG, Middleton, CT, Hills, JA, Patterson, DA (2014). Mother knows best, even when stressed? Effects of maternal exposure to a stressor on offspring performance at different life stages in a wild semelparous fish. Oecologia 175:493-500
Raby, G.D., M.R. Donaldson, V.M. Nguyen, M.K. Taylor, N.M. Sopinka, K.V. Cook, D.A. Patterson, D. Robichaud, S.G. Hinch, S.J. Cooke. (2014). Bycatch mortality of endangered coho salmon: impacts, solutions, and aboriginal perspectives. Ecological Applications 24:1803-1819
Burnett, N.J., Hinch, S.G., Donaldson, M.R., Furey, N.B., Patterson, D.A., Roscoe, D.W., Cooke, S.J. (2014). Alterations to dam-spill discharge influence sex-specific activity, behaviour and passage success of migrating adult sockeye salmon Ecohydrology 7:1094-1104
Cook, K.V., Crossin, G.T., Patterson, D.A., Hinch, S.G., Gilmour, K.M., Cooke, S.J. (2014). The stress response predicts migration failure but not migration rate in a semelparous fish. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 202:44-49.
Casselman, M.T., Burnett, N.J., Bett, N.N., Middleton, C.T., Martins, E.G., Braun, D.C., McCubbing, D., and Hinch, S.G. (2014). Effectiveness of Cayoosh Flow Dilution, Dam Operation, and Fishway Passage on Delay and Survival of Upstream Migration of Salmon in the Seton-Anderson Watershed. Annual Report – 2013 Report prepared for St’át’imc Government Services and BC Hydro. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 66 p. + 2 Apps. April 2014
Burnett, N.J., Hinch, S.G., Braun, D.C., Casselman, M.T., Middleton, C.T., Wilson, S.M., Cooke, S.J (2014). Burst swimming in areas of high flow: delayed consequences of anaerobiosis in wild adult sockeye salmon. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87(5):587-598
Donaldson, M.R., Hinch, S.G., Jeffries, K.M., Patterson, D.A., Cooke, S.J., Farrell, A.P., Miller, K.M. (2014). Species- and sex-specific responses and recovery of wild, mature Pacific salmon to an exhaustive exercise and air exposure stressor. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 173:7-16.
Donaldson, M.R., Hinch, S.G., Suski, C.D., Fisk, A.T., Heupel, M.R., Cooke, S.J. (2014). Making connections in aquatic ecosystems with acoustic telemetry monitoring. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12(10):565-573
Gale, M.K., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J. , Donaldson, M.R., Eliason, E.J., Jeffries, K.M., Martins, E.G., Patterson, D.A. (2014). Observable impairments predict mortality of captured and released sockeye salmon at various temperatures. Conservation Physiology 2(1): cou029
Jeffries, K.M., Hinch, S.G., Gale, M.K., Clark, T.D., Lotto, A.G., Casselman, M.T., Li, S., Rechisky, E.L., Porter, A.D., Welch, D.W., Miller, K.M. (2014). Immune response genes and pathogen presence predict migration survival in wild salmon smolts Molecular Ecology 23:5803-5815.
Whitney, C.K., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A. (2014). Population origin and water temperature affect development timing in embryonic sockeye salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143:1316-1329.
Furey, N.B., Hinch, S.G., Lotto, A.G., Beauchamp, D.A. (2014). Extensive feeding on sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka smolts by bull trout Salvelinus confluentus during initial outmigration into a small, unregulated, and inland British Columbia river. Journal of Fish Biology 86:392-401.
Nguyen, V.M., Martins, E.G., Raby, G.D., Donaldson, M.R., Lotto, A.G., Patterson, D.A., Robichaud, D., English, K.K., Farrell, A.P., Willmore, W.G., Rudd, M.A., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J. (2014). Disentangling the roles of air exposure, gillnet injury, and facilitated recovery on the post-capture and release mortality and behavior of adult migratory sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in freshwater. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87(1):125-135
Donaldson, M.R., G.D. Raby, V.N. Nguyen, S.G. Hinch, D.A. Patterson, A.P. Farrell, M. Rudd, L.A. Thompson, C.M. O’Connor, A.H. Colotelo, S.H. McConnachie, K.V. Cook, D. Robichaud, K.K. English, and S.J. Cooke. (2013). Evaluation of a simple technique for recovering Pacific salmon from capture stress: integrating comparative physiology, biotelemetry, and social science to solve a conservation problem. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70:90-100.
Raby, G.D., S.J. Cooke, K.V. Cook, S.H. McConnachie, M.R. Donaldson, S.G. Hinch, C.K. Whitney, S.M. Drenner, D.A. Patterson, T.D. Clark, and A.P. Farrell (2013). Resilience of pink salmon and chum salmon to simulated capture stress incurred upon arrival at spawning grounds Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142:524-539.
Gale, M.K., Hinch, S.G., Donaldson, M.R (2013). The role of temperature in the capture and release of fish. Fish and Fisheries 14: 1-33
Collins, A.L., Hinch, S.G., Welch, D.W., Cooke, S.J., Clark, T.D (2013). Intracoelomic acoustic tagging of juvenile sockeye salmon: swimming performance, survival, and post-surgical wound healing in freshwater and during a transition to seawater. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142:515-523.
Wilson, S. M., Hinch S. G., Eliason, E. J., Farrell, A. P., Cooke, S. J. (2013). Calibrating acoustic acceleration transmitters for estimating energy use by wild adult Pacific salmon. Comp. Bioc. Phys. A – 164(3): 491-498.
Whitney, C.K., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A. (2013). Provenance matters: thermal reaction norms for embryo survival among sockeye salmon Onchorhynchus nerka populations Journal of Fish Biology 82:1159-1176.
Cooke, S.J., Donaldson, M.R., O’Connor, C.M., Raby, G.D., Arlinghaus, R., Danylchuk, A.J., Hanson, K.C., Hinch, S.G., Clark, T.D., Patterson, D.A., Suski, C.D. (2013). The physiological consequences of catch-and-release angling: perspectives on experimental design, interpretation, extrapolation, and relevance to stakeholders. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 20: 268–287
Casselman, M.T., Burnett, N.J., Bett, N.N., McCubbing, D., and Hinch, S.G. (2013). BRGMON-14 Effectiveness of Cayoosh Flow Dilution, Dam Operation, and Fishway Passage on Delay and Survival of Upstream Migration of Salmon in the Seton-Anderson Watershed. Annual Report – 2012. Report prepared for St’át’imc Government Services and BC Hydro. 60 p. + 9 Apps.
Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G., Lucas, M.C., Lutcavage, M. (2013). Biotelemetry and biologging In A.V. Zale, D.L. Parrish, and T.M. Sutton, [eds.]. Chapter 18. Fisheries Techniques, Third Edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Md.
Robinson, K.A., S.G. Hinch, M.K. Gale, T.D. Clark, S.M. Wilson, M.R. Donaldson, A.P. Farrell, S.J. Cooke, and D.A. Patterson (2013). Effects of post-capture ventilation assistance and elevated water temperature on sockeye salmon in a simulated capture-and-release experiment Conservation Physiology DOI: 10.1093/conphys/cot015
Sopinka NM, Hinch S, Lotto A, Whitney C, Patterson D (2013). Does among-population variation in burst swim performance of sockeye salmon fry reflect early life migrations? Journal of Fish Biology 83: 1416–1424
Nguyen, V.M., Rudd, M.A., Cooke, S.J., and Hinch, S.G (2013). Recreational angler‘s attitudes and behaviors relevant for Pacific salmon conservation and management in British Columbia. Journal of Environmental Management 128: 852-865
Eliason, E., T. Clark, S.G. Hinch, A.P. Farrell. (2013). Cardiorespiratory collapse at high temperature in swimming adult sockeye salmon. Conservation Physiology 1: doi:10.1093/conphys/cot008
Eliason, E.J., T. D. Clark, S.G. Hinch and A. P. Farrell (2013). Cardiorespiratory performance and blood chemistry during swimming in different populations of adult sockeye salmon Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A 166: 385-397
Rechisky, E.L., D.W. Welch, A.D. Porter, M.K. Gale, T.D. Clarke, N.B. Furey, and S.G. Hinch (2013). Telemetry-Based Estimates of Early Marine Survival and Residence Times of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon in the Strait of Georgia and Discovery Passage, 2012. pages 131-134 in: Crawford, W.R., and Irving, J.R. (eds.) State Of Physical, Biological, And Selected Fishery Resources Of Pacific Canadian Marine Ecosystems In 2012. DFO Can. Sci. Advis. Sec. Res. Doc. 2013/032. Available at: http://www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/Csas-sccs/publications/resdocs-docrech/2013/2013_032-eng.pdf
Eliason, E.J., S.M. Wilson, A.P. Farrell, S.J. Cooke, S.G. Hinch (2013). Low cardiac and aerobic scope in a coastal population of sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka with a short upriver migration Journal of Fish Biology 82: 2104-2112
Cooke, S.J., and S.G. Hinch. (2013). Improving the reliability of fishway attraction and passage efficiency estimates to inform fishway engineering, science, and practice Ecological Engineering 58:123-132
Chen, Z., Anttila, K., Whitney, C.K., Hinch, S.G., Farrell, A.P (2013). Optimum and maximum temperatures of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) populations hatched at different temperatures Canadian Journal of Zoology. 91: 265–274
Cooke, S.J., V. Nguyen, K.J. Murchie, J.D. Thiem, M.R. Donaldson, S.G. Hinch, R.S. Brown and A. Fisk (2013). To Tag or Not To Tag: Animal Welfare, Conservation and Stakeholder Considerations In Fish Tracking Studies That Use Electronic Tags Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy 16(4): 352-374
Wilson, S.M., Taylor, J.J., Mackie, T.A., Patterson, D.A., Cooke, S.J., Willmore, W.G (2013). Investigating oxidative stress as a mechanism for senescence in adult pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) during spawning migration Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 87: 346-352
Wilson, S.M., Hinch, S.G., Raby, G.D., Burnett, N.J., Cooke, S.J (2013). Looking beyond the mortality of bycatch: sublethal effects of incidental capture on marine animals Biological Conservation 171: 61–72
Welch D.W., A. D. Porter, E.L. Rechisky, W. C. Challenger, and S. G. Hinch. (2013). Critical Periods in the Marine Life History of Pacific Salmon? North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission Technical Report No. 9: 179-183
Casselman, M.T., Burnett, N.J., Bett, N.N., McCubbing, D., and Hinch, S.G. (2013). Effectiveness of Cayoosh Flow Dilution, Dam Operation, and Fishway Passage on Delay and Survival of Upstream Migration of Salmon in the Seton-Anderson Watershed. Annual Report – 2012. Report prepared for St’át’imc Government Services and BC Hydro. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. 66 p. + 2 Apps. April 2014
Whitney, C. and S.G. Hinch. (2012). Fry n’ eggs: Sockeye salmon in hot water. Branchlines. Volume 23 (4):20-21.
Collins, A., and S.G. Hinch. (2012). Tracking sockeye salmon. . Branchlines. Volume 23 (1): 7. http://www.forestry.ubc.ca/Publications/Branchlines.aspx
Whitney, C. and S.G. Hinch (2012). Fry n’ eggs: Sockeye salmon in hot water Branchlines. Volume 23 (4):20-21.
Hasler, C.T., Mossop, B., Patterson, D.A., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J. (2012). Swimming activity of migrating Chinook salmon in a regulated river Aquatic Biology 17: 47-56
Martins, E.G., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J., Patterson, D.A. (2012). imate effects on growth, phenology, and survival of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka): a synthesis of the current state of knowledge and future research directions Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 22: 887-914.
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Nguyen, V.M., Raby, G.D., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J (2012). Aboriginal fisher perspectives on use of telemetry technology to study adult Pacific salmon. Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems, 406,08
McConnachie, S.H., K.V. Cook, D.A. Patterson, K.M. Gilmour, S.G. Hinch, A.P. Farrell, and S.J. Cooke. (2012). Consequences of acute stress and cortisol manipulation on the physiology, behavior, and reproductive outcome of female Pacific salmon on spawning grounds Hormones and Behavior 62: 67-76
Pon, L.B., S.G. Hinch, C.D. Suski, D.A. Patterson, and S.J. Cooke. (2012). The effectiveness of tissue biopsy as a means of assessing the physiological consequences of fishway passage. River Research and Applications 28: 1266-1274
Hasler, C.T., Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G., Guimond E., Donaldson, M.R., Mossop, B., and D. A. Patterson (2012). Thermal biology and bioenergetics of different upriver migration strategies in a stock of summer-run Chinook salmon Journal of Thermal Biology 37: 265–272.
Leach, J.A., R.D. Moore, S.G. Hinch, and T. Gomi (2012). Estimation of logging-induced stream temperature changes and bioenergetic consequences for cutthroat trout in a coastal stream in British Columbia, Canada. Aquatic Sciences, 74: 427-441.
Burt, J.M., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A. (2012). Developmental temperature stress and parental identity shape offspring burst swimming performance in sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 176-188
Raby, G.D., Donaldson, M.R., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A., Lotto, A.G., Robichaud, D., English, K.K., Willmore, W.G., Farrell, A.P., Davis, M.W., Cooke, S.J. (2012). Validation of reflex indicators for measuring vitality and predicting the delayed mortality of wild coho salmon bycatch released from fishing gears. Journal of Applied Ecology 49: 90-98.
Burt, J.M., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A (2012). Parental identity influences progeny responses to incubation thermal stress in sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka. Journal of Fish Biology 80: 444-462.
Martins, E.G., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A., Hague, M.J., Cooke, S.J., Miller, K.M., Robichaud, D., English, K.K., Farrell, A.P. (2012). High river temperature reduces survival of sockeye salmon approaching spawning grounds and exacerbates female mortality Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69: 330-342.
Jeffries, K.M., Hinch, S.G., Martins, E.G., Clark, T.D., Lotto, A.G., Patterson, D.A., Cooke, S.J., Farrell, A.P., Miller, K.M. (2012). Sex and proximity to reproductive maturity influence the survival, final maturation, and blood physiology of Pacific salmon when exposed to high temperature during a simulated migration. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 85: 62-73.
Flores, A.-M., Shrimpton, J.M., Patterson, D.A., Hills, J.A., Cooke, S.J., Yada, T., Moriyama, S., Hinch, S.G., Farrell, A.P. (2012). Physiological and molecular endocrine changes in maturing wild sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, during ocean and river migration Journal of Comparative Physiology B 182: 77-90.
Hammill, E., Curtis, J.M.R., Patterson, D.A., Farrell, A.P., Sierocinski, T., Pavlidis, P., Hinch, S.G., Miller, K. (2012). Comparison of techniques for correlating survival and gene expression data from wild salmon. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21: 189-199.
Burt J.M., M.R. Donaldson, K.A. Hruska, S.G. Hinch, D.A. J.S. Richardson. (2012). Interactive field site visits can help students translate scientific studies into contextual understanding Fisheries 37: 315-319.
Drenner, S.M., Clark, T.D., Whitney, C.K., Martins, E.G., Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G. (2012). A synthesis of tagging studies examining the behaviour and survival of anadromous salmonids in marine environments. PLoS One 7(3): e31311
Hasler, C.T., Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G., Guimond E., Donaldson, M.R., Mossop, B., and D. A. Patterson. (2012). Thermal biology and bioenergetics of different upriver migration strategies in a stock of summer-run Chinook salmon. Journal of Thermal Biology 37: 265–272.
Cooke, SJ, Hinch, SG, Donaldson, MR, Clark, TD, Eliason, EJ, Crossin, GT, Raby, G, Jeffries, KM, Lapointe, M, Miller, KM, Patterson, DA, Farrell, AP. (2012). Conservation physiology in practice: has physiology improved our ability to sustainably manage Pacific salmon during upriver migration? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B – Biological Sciences, 367: 1757-1769
Donaldson, M.R., S.G. Hinch, G.D. Raby, D.A. Patterson, A.P. Farrell, and S.J. Cooke. (2012). Population-specific consequences of fisheries-related stressors on adult sockeye salmon. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 85:729-739.
Nguyen, V.M., Rudd, M.A., Hinch, S.G. and Cooke, S.J (2012). Differences in information use and preferences among recreational salmon anglers: implications for management initiatives to promote responsible fishing. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 17:248-256
Johnson, J.E., D.A. Patterson, E.G. Martins, S.J. Cooke, and S.G. Hinch. (2012). Review of quantitative methods for analyzing cumulative effects on fish migration success. Journal of Fish Biology. 81: 600-631
Jeffries, KM, Hinch, SG, Sierocinski, T, Clark, TD, Eliason, EJ, Donaldson, MR, Li, S, Pavlidis, P, Miller, KM. (2012). Consequences of high temperatures and premature mortality on the transcriptome and blood physiology of wild adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Ecology and Evolution, 2: 1747-1764.
Hinch, S.G., S.J. Cooke, A.P. Farrell, K.M. Miller, M. Lapointe, and D.A. Patterson (2012). Dead fish swimming: a review of early migration and high premature mortality in adult Fraser River sockeye salmon. Journal of Fish Biology. 81: 576-599.
Pon, L.B., Hinch, S.G., Suski, C.D., Patterson, D.A., Cooke, S.J. (2012). The effectiveness of tissue biopsy as a means of assessing the physiological consequences of fishway passage. River Research and Applications 28: 1266-1274.
Clark, T.D., Donaldson, M.R., Pieperhoff, S., Drenner, S.M., Lotto, A., Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A., Farrell, A.P. (2012). Physiological benefits of being small in a changing world: Responses of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) to an acute thermal challenge and a simulated capture event. PLoS One 7(6): e39079.
Clark, TD, Jeffries, KM, Hinch, SG and Farrell, AP (2011). Exceptional aerobic scope and cardiovascular performance of pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) may underlie resilience in a warming climate. Journal of Experimental Biology, 214:3071-3081.
Hasler, C.T., Donaldson, M.R., Sunder, R.P.B., Guimond, E., Patterson, D.A., Mossop, B., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J. (2011). Osmoregulatory, metabolic, and nutritional condition of summer-run male Chinook salmon in relation to their fate and migratory behavior in a regulated river Endangered Species Research 14: 79-89
Reed, T.E., Schindler, D.E., Hague, M.J., Patterson, D.A., Meir, E., Waples, R.S., Hinch, S.G (2011). Potential evolutionary responses of Fraser River sockeye salmon to climate change and effects on persistence. PLoS one 6: e20380
Cook, K.V., McConnachie, S.H., Gilmour, K.M., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J (2011). Fitness and behavioral correlates of pre-stress and stress-induced plasma cortisol titers in pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) upon arrival at spawning grounds. Hormones and Behavior 60: 489-497.
Clark, T.D., Donaldson, M.R., Drenner, S.M., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A., Hills, J., Ives, V., Carter, J.J., Cooke, S.J. and Farrell, A.P. (2011). The efficacy of field techniques for obtaining and storing blood samples from fishes. Journal of Fish Biology 79: 1322-1333.
Gale, M.K., Hinch, S.G., and Donaldson, M.R (2011). The role of temperature in the capture, handling and release of fish. Fish and Fisheries 112: 85-95
Gale, M.K., Hinch, S.G., Eliason, E.J., Cooke, S.J., Patterson, D.A (2011). Physiological impairment of adult sockeye salmon in fresh water after simulated capture-and-release across a range of temperatures. Fisheries Research 112: 85-95.
Cooke, S.J., Iverson, S.J., Stokesbury, M.J.W., Hinch, S.G., Fisk, A.T., VanderZwaag, D.L., Apostle, R., Whoriskey, F (2011). Ocean Tracking Network Canada: A network approach to addressing critical issues in fisheries and resource management with implications for ocean governance. Fisheries 36: 583-592
Miller, K.M., Li, S., Kaukinen, K.H., Ginther, N., Hammill, E., Curtis, J.M.R., Patterson, D.A., Sierocinski, T., Donnison, L., Pavlidis, P., Hinch, S.G., Hruska, K.A., Cooke, S.J., English, K.K., Farrell, A.P (2011). Genomic signatures predict migration and spawning failure in wild Canadian salmon Science 331: 214-217.
Eliason, E.J., T.D. Clark, M.J. Hague, L.M. Hanson, Z.S. Gallagher, K.M. Jeffries, M.K. Gale, D.A. Patterson, S.G. Hinch, and A.P. Farrell. (2011). Differences in thermal tolerance among sockeye salmon populations Science 332:109-112 WAS FEATURED PAPER ON JOURNAL COVER
Donaldson, M.R., S.G. Hinch, D.A. Patterson, J. Hills, J.O. Thomas, S.J. Cooke, G.D. Raby, L.A. Thompson, D. Robichaud, K.K. English, and A.P. Farrell. (2011). The consequences of angling and beach seine capture on the physiology, post-release behaviour and survival of adult sockeye salmon during upriver migration. Fisheries Research 108: 133-141
Hague, M., Ferrari, M., Miller, J., Patterson, D., Russell, G., Farrell, A., and Hinch, S. (2011). Modelling the future hydroclimatology of the lower Fraser River Basin and its impacts on the spawning migration survival of sockeye salmon. Global Change Biology. 17: 87-98.
Hruska KA, Hinch SG, Patterson DA, Healey MC. (2011). Egg retention in relation to arrival timing and reproductive longevity in female sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68: 250–259
Martins E.G., Hinch S.G., Patterson D.A., Hague M.J., Cooke S.J., Miller K.M., Lapointe M.F., English K.K. and Farrell A.P. (2011). Effects of river temperature and climate warming on stock-specific survival of adult migrating Fraser River sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Global Change Biology 17: 99-114
Burt, J., S.G. Hinch, and D.A. Patterson. (2011). The importance of parentage in assessing temperature effects on fish early life history: a review of the experimental literature. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries: 21: 377-406
Jeffries K.M., Hinch S.G., Donaldson M.R., Gale M.K., Burt J.M., Farrell A.P., Patterson D.A., Miller K.M. (2011). Temporal changes in blood variables during final maturation and senescence in male sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka (Walbaum): reduced osmoregulatory ability can predict mortality Journal of Fish Biology 79: 449-465.
Hasler, C.T., Donaldson, M.R., Sunder, R.P.B., Guimond, E., Patterson, D.A., Mossop, B., Hinch, S.G. and S.J. Cooke. (2011). Osmoregulatory, metabolic and nutritional condition of summer-run male Chinook salmon in relation to their fate and migratory behavior in a regulated river Endangered Species Research. 14: 79-89
Cooke S.J., G.T. Crossin, and Hinch S.G (2011). Migration of Pacific Salmon – Closing the Loop Academic Press In: Farrell A.P., (ed.) Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: From Genome to Environment
Binder T.R., Cooke S.J., and Hinch S.G (2011). The Biology of Fish Migration Academic Press In: Farrell A.P., (ed.) Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: From Genome to Environment
Hinch, S.G. and E.G. Martins (2011). A review of potential climate change effects on survival of Fraser River sockeye salmon and an analysis of interannual trends in en route loss and pre-spawn mortality Cohen Commission Tech. Rept. 9: 134p. Vancouver, B.C.
Hinch, S.G. (2011). Fraser River sockeye and migration mortality Branchlines, Volume 22 (2): 14-15. http://www.forestry.ubc.ca/Publications/Branchlines.aspx
Payne, J.C., K. Andrews, C. Chittenden, G. Crossin, F. Goetz, S. Hinch, P. Levin, S. Lindley, S. McKinley, M. Melnychuk, T. Nelson, E. Rechisky, and D. Welch. (2010). Tracking fish movements and survival on the Northeast Pacific Shelf. Chapter 14 (pp. 267 – 290) in Life in the World’s Oceans, Alasdair McIntyre, ed. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, U.K.
Sheldon, K., J.S. Richardson, J.DeGroot, and S.G. Hinch (2010). The effects of logging second-growth forests on headwater populations of coastal cutthroat trout: a 12 year multi-stream, before-and-after experiment Forum for Research and Extension in Natural Resources, Kamloops, BC. Streamline Watershed Management Bulletin 13(2):11-12
McDaniels, T., Wilmot, S., Healey, M., and S.G. Hinch (2010). Vulnerability of Fraser River sockeye salmon to climate change: A life cycle perspective using expert judgments. Journal of Environmental Management 91: 2771-2780.
Payne, J.C., K. Andrews, C. Chittenden, G. Crossin, F. Goetz, S. Hinch, P. Levin, S. Lindley, S. McKinley, M. Melnychuk, T. Nelson, E. Rechisky, and D. Welch. (2010). Tracking fish movements and survival on the Northeast Pacific Shelf Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, U.K. Chapter 14 (pp. 267 – 290) in Life in the World’s Oceans, Alasdair McIntyre, ed.
Richardson, J.S., M.C. Feller, P.M. Kiffney, R.D. Moore, S. Mitchell, and S.G. Hinch (2010). Riparian management of small streams: an experimental trial at the Malcolm Knapp Research Forest Streamline: Watershed Management Bulletin 13(2):1-16.
Mathes, M.T., S. G. Hinch, S. J. Cooke, G.T. Crossin, D. A. Patterson, A.G. Lotto, and A. P. Farrell. (2010). Effect of water temperature, timing, physiological condition and lake thermal refugia on migrating adult Weaver Creek sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 67:70-84.
Jacob, C., McDaniels, T., and S.G. Hinch (2010). Indigenous culture and adaptation to climate change: sockeye salmon and the St’át’imc people. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 15:859–876.
Donaldson, M.R., Clark, T.D., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J., Patterson, D.A., Gale, M.K., and Farrell, A.P. (2010). Physiological responses of free-swimming adult coho salmon to simulated predator and fisheries encounters. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 83(6):973–983
Roscoe, D.W. and S.G. Hinch. (2010). Effectiveness monitoring of fish passage facilities: historical trends, geographic patterns, and future directions. Fish and Fisheries. 11: 12-33.
Crossin G.T., Hinch S.G., Cooke S.J, Patterson D.A., Lotto A.G., Van Der Kraak G., Zohar Y., Klenke U., and Farrell A.P. (2010). Testing the synergistic effect of GnRHa and testosterone on the reproductive physiology of pre-adult pink salmon. Journal of Fish Biology. 76:112–128.
Hruska K.A., Hinch S.G., Healey M.C., Patterson D.A., Larsson S., Farrell A.P. (2010). Influences of sexual status and behavior on physiological changes among individual adult sockeye salmon during rapid senescence. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 83(4):663–676. 2010
Clark, T.D., E. Sandblom, S.G. Hinch, D.A. Patterson, P.B. Frappell, A.P. Farrell. (2010). Simultaneous biologging of heart rate and acceleration, and their relationships with energy expenditure in free-swimming sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) Journal of Comparative Physiology B – Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology. 180: 673-684
Donaldson, M.R., Hasler, C.T., Hanson, K.C., Clark, T.D., Hinch, S.G., and Cooke, S.J. (2010). Injecting youth into peer-review to increase its sustainability: a case study of ecology journals. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution 3: 1-7
Cooperman, M.S., S.G. Hinch, G.T. Crossin, S.J. Cooke, D.A. Patterson, I. Olsson, A.G. Lotto, D.W. Welch, J.M. Shrimpton, G. Van Der Kraak and A.P. Farrell. (2010). Effects of experimental manipulations of salinity and maturation status on the physiological condition and mortality of homing adult sockeye salmon held in a laboratory. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 83(3):459–472
Roscoe, D.W., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J., Patterson, (2010). Fishway passage and post-passage mortality of up-river migrating sockeye salmon in the Seton River, British Columbia. River Research and Applications, Published online in Wiley InterScience (www.interscience.wiley.com) DOI: 10.1002/rra.1384
Roscoe, D.W., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J., Patterson, D.A. (2010). Behaviour and thermal experience of adult sockeye salmon migrating through stratified lakes near spawning grounds: the roles of reproductive and energetic states. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 19: 51-62.
Nadeau, P.S., S.G. Hinch, K.A. Hruska, L.B. Pon, and D.A. Patterson. (2010). The effects of experimental energy depletion on the physiological condition and survival of adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) during spawning migration. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 88:241–251
Donaldson, M.R., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A., Farrell, A.P., Shrimpton, J.M., Miller-Saunders, K.M., Robichaud, D., Hills, J., Hruska, K.A., Hanson, K.C., English, K.K., Van Der Kraak, G., and Cooke, S.J. (2010). Physiological condition differentially affects the behaviour and survival of two populations of sockeye salmon during their freshwater spawning migrations. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 83(3):446–458.
Miller, K.M., A. D. Schulze, N. Ginther, S. Li, D. A. Patterson, A.P. Farrell and S.G. Hinch. (2009). Salmon Spawning Migration: Metabolic Shifts and Environmental Triggers. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part D: Genomics and Proteomics. 4: 75-89.
Pon, L.B., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J., Patterson, D.A. and Farrell, A.P. (2009). Physiological, energetic, and behavioural correlates of successful fishway passage of adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in the Seton River, British Columbia. J. Fish Biol. 74:1323-1336.
Nadeau, P., S.G. Hinch, L.B. Pon, and D.A. Patterson. (2009). Persistent parental effects on the survival and size, but not burst swimming performance of juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). J. Fish Biol. 75:538-551
Mellina, E., and S.G. Hinch. (2009). A meta-analysis of stream habitat, and salmonid density and biomass responses to clear-cut logging: the importance of stream cleaning. Can. J. For. Res. 39: 1280-1301.
Pon, L.B., S.G. Hinch, S.J. Cooke, D.A. Patterson, and A. Farrell. (2009). A comparison of the physiological condition of migrant adult sockeye salmon and their attraction into the fishway at Seton River Dam British Columbia under three operational water discharge rates. North Amer. J. Fish. Manag. 29:1195-1205.
Donaldson, M.R., S.J. Cooke, D.A. Patterson, S.G. Hinch, D. Robichaud, K.C. Hanson, I. Olsson, G.T. Crossin, K.K. English, and A.P. Farrell. (2009). Limited behavioural thermoregulation by adult up-river migrating sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in the Lower Fraser River mainstem, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 87:480-490.
Hasler, C.T., Pon, L.B., Roscoe, D.W., Mossop, B., Patterson, D.A., Hinch S.G.,and S.J. Cooke. (2009). Expanding the ‘toolbox’ for studying the response of fish to hydropower infrastructure and operating strategies: linking individual physiological status, energetics, behaviour, and fate. Environmental Reviews. 17: 179-197.
Cooke, S.J., M.R. Donaldson, S.G. Hinch, G.T. Crossin, D.A. Patterson, K.C. Hanson, K.K. English, M.J. Shrimpton and A.P. Farrell. (2009). Is fishing selective for physiological and energetic characteristics in migratory adult sockeye salmon? Evol. Appl. 2: 299-311.
Sandblom, E., T.D. Clark, S.G. Hinch and A.P. Farrell. (2009). Sex-specific differences in cardiac control and haematology of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) approaching their spawning grounds. Am. J. Physiol. Regul. Integr. Comp. Physiol. 297: R1136-R1143.
Clark, T.D, S.G. Hinch, B.D. Taylor, F.B. Frappell, and A.P. Farrell. (2009). Sex differences in circulatory oxygen transport parameters of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) on the spawning ground. Journal of Comparative Physiology – B. 179: 663-671.
Crossin, G.T., S.G. Hinch, S. J. Cooke, M. Cooperman, D.A. Patterson, D.W. Welch, K.C. Hanson, I. Olsson, K.K. English, and A.P. Farrell. (2009). Mechanisms influencing the timing and success of reproductive migration in a capital breeding, semelparous fish species: the sockeye salmon. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 82(6):635-652
Crossin G.T., Hinch S.G., Welch D.W., Cooke S.J., Patterson D.A., Klenke U., Zohar Y., Jacobs M., Pon L.B., Winchell P., and Farrell A.P. (2009). Physiological profiles of sockeye salmon in the Northeast Pacific Ocean and the effects of exogenous GnRH and testosterone on rates of homeward migration. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology. 42: 89-108.
Hinch, S.G. (2009). Overview and Synthesis: Early Migration and Premature Mortality in Fraser River Late-run Sockeye Salmon. Pacific Fisheries Resource Conservation Council, Vancouver, BC. Available through http://www.psc.org/info_laterunsockeye.htm p. 8-14, in S.G. Hinch and J. Gardner (eds.) Conference on Early Migration and Premature Mortality in Fraser River Late-Run Sockeye Salmon: Proceedings.
Cooperman, M.S., S.G. Hinch, A.P. Farrell, S.J. Cooke, G. Crossin, D. Patterson. (2009). High mortality of migrating Fraser River salmon: physiological, oceanographic, & temperature causes of a conservation crisis. In Haro, A. J., K. L. Smith, R. A. Rulifson, C. M. Moffitt, R. J. Klauda, M. J. Dadswell, R. A. Cunjak, J. E. Cooper, K. L. Beal, and T. S. Avery, editors. Challenges for Diadromous Fishes in a Dynamic Global Environment. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 69, Bethesda, Maryland Challenges for Diadromous Fishes in a Dynamic Global Environment – 2nd International Symposium on Diadromous Fishes. Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 2007.
Hinch, S.G. and J. Gardner (Editors) (2009). Conference on Early Migration and Premature Mortality in Fraser River Late-Run Sockeye Salmon: Proceedings. Pacific Fisheries Resource Conservation Council, Vancouver, BC. 120 pp. Available through http://www.psc.org/info_laterunsockeye.htm
Hinch, S.G. (2009). Overview and Synthesis: Early Migration and Premature Mortality in Fraser River Late-run Sockeye Salmon , p. 8-14, in S.G. Hinch and J. Gardner (eds.) Conference on Early Migration and Premature Mortality in Fraser River Late-Run Sockeye Salmon: Proceedings. Vancouver, BC. Published by Pacific Fisheries Resource Conservation Council, Vancouver, BC. Available through http://www.psc.org/info_laterunsockeye.htm
Hinch, S.G. (2008). Climate warming and salmon fisheries: a game of double jeopardy. Branchlines, Volume 19, 1: 11-12.
Mathes, M.T., and S.G. Hinch. (2008). Stream flow and fish habitat assessment for a proposed run-of-the-river hydroelectric power project on the North Alouette River in the Malcolm Knapp Research Forest. Report prepared for the Malcolm Knapp Research Forest, University of British Columbia. November, 2008. 50 pgs.
Hinch, S.G., M.S. Cooperman, G.T. Crossin, and I. Olsson. (2008). Investigations to determine the cause of early migration behaviour and magnitude of in-river survival and losses above Mission for adult Late-run Fraser River sockeye (UBC Component). Final Report to the Pacific Salmon Commission Southern Boundary Restoration and Enhancement Fund on Research Conducted in 2006. Nov. 7, 2008. 128 pgs.
Roscoe D.W., and S.G. Hinch. (2008). Fishway passage, water diversion and warming temperatures: Factors limiting successful spawning migration of Seton-Anderson watershed sockeye salmon. Final Report for the Bridge Coastal Restoration Program, Project 07.BRG01. Submitted 22 July, 2008, 99 pgs.
Hinch, S.G. (2008). Review of Draft Biological Opinion conducted by National Marine Fisheries Service, Southwest Region: Operation of Klamath Project (184 pgs). Review solicited by and submitted to the Center for Independent Experts, Miami, Florida. May 24, 2008. 24 pgs.
Mellina, E., and S.G. Hinch. (2008). Stream habitat and bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) responses to MPB riparian salvage harvesting in north-central British Columbia. Final Report, Project Number Y091046, submitted to BC Forest Science Program, Victoria, BC. Sept 30, 2008. 12 pp.
Crossin, G.T., Hinch, S.G., Cooke, S.J., Welch, D.W., Lotto, A.G., Patterson, D.A., Jones, S.R.M., Leggatt, R.A., Mathes, M.T., Shrimpton, J.M., Van Der Kraak, G., and Farrell A.P. (2008). Exposure to high temperature influences the behaviour, physiology, and survival of sockeye salmon during spawning migrations. Canadian Journal of Zoology 86: 127-140.
Hanson, K.C., S.J. Cooke, S.G. Hinch, G.T. Crossin, D.A. Patterson, K.K. English, M.R. Donaldson, J.M. Shrimpton, G. Van Der Kraak, and A.P. Farrell. (2008). Individual variation in migration speed of upriver migrating sockeye salmon in the Fraser River in relation to their physiological and energetic status at marine approach. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 81:255-268.
Farrell, A.P., S.G. Hinch, S.J. Cooke, D.A. Patterson, G.T. Crossin, M. Lapointe, and M.T. Mathes. (2008). Pacific salmon in hot water: applying aerobic scope models and biotelemetry to predict the success of spawning migrations. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 82:697-708.
Cooke, S.J., S.G. Hinch, A.P. Farrell, D.A. Patterson, K. Miller, D.W. Welch, M.R. Donaldson, K.C. Hanson, G.T. Crossin, I. Olsson, M.S. Cooperman, M.T. Mathes, K.A. Hruska, G.N.Wagner, R. Thomson, R. Hourston, K.K. English, S. Larsson, J.M. Shrimpton, and G. Van der Kraak. (2008). Developing a mechanistic understanding of fish migrations by linking telemetry with physiology, behaviour, genomics and experimental biology. Fisheries 33:321-338
Clark, T.D., Eliason, E.J., Sandblom, E., Hinch, S.G., Farrell, A.P. (2008). Calibration of a hand-held haemoglobin analyser for use on fish blood. Journal of Fish Biology. 73: 2587–2595
Clark, T.D., E.J., Sandblom, G. Cox, Hinch, S.G., Farrell, A.P. (2008). Circulatory limits to oxygen supply during an acute temperature increase in the Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). American Journal of Physiology – Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 295: R1631–R1639.
Cooke, S.J., Hinch, S.G., Crossin, G.T., Patterson, D.A., English, K.K., Healey, M.C., Macdonald, J.S., Shrimpton, J.M., Young, J.L., Lister, A., Van Der Kraak, G., and Farrell, A.P. (2008). Physiological correlates of coastal arrival and river entry timing in Late Summer Fraser River sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) Behavourial Ecology 19:747-758.
De Groot, J.D., S. G. Hinch, and J.S. Richardson. (2007). Effects of logging second-growth forests on headwater populations of coastal cutthroat trout: a 6-year, multi-stream, before-and-after field experiment. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:211-226.
Pon, L.B., S.G. Hinch, G.N. Wagner, A.G. Lotto and S. J. Cooke. (2007). Swimming performance and morphology of juvenile sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka: a comparison of an inlet and outlet fry population Environmental Biology of Fishes. 78:257-269.
De Groot, J.D., S.G. Hinch & J.S. Richardson. (2007). Effects of logging second-growth forests on headwater populations of coastal cutthroat trout: a 6-year, multi-stream, before-and-after field experiment. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:211-226.
Giannico, G.R., and S.G. Hinch. (2007). Juvenile coho salmon responses to salmon carcasses and in-stream wood manipulations during winter and spring. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 64:324-335.
Cooperman, M.S., S.G. Hinch, M.A. Branton, S. Bennett, R.V. Galbraith, B. Heise, and J.T. Quigley. (2007). Streambank restoration effectiveness: Lessons learned from a comparative study. Fisheries, 32(6):278-290
Crossin, G.T., S.G. Hinch, S.J. Cooke, D.W. Welch, S.D. Batten, D.A. Patterson, G. Van Der Kraak, J.M. Shrimpton, and A.P. Farrell. (2007). Behaviour and physiology of sockeye salmon homing through coastal waters to a natal river. Marine Biology 152:905-918.
Mellina, E, and S.G. Hinch (2007). Long-term stream habitat and rainbow trout responses to alter riparian management in north central BC. -LINK, FORREX Forest Research Extension Partnership, Volume 9, 2:9.
Hinch, S.G., M.S. Cooperman, G.T. Crossin, and I. Olsson. (2007). Investigations to determine the cause of early migration behaviour and magnitude of in-river survival and losses above Mission for adult Late-run Fraser River sockeye (UBC Component). Preliminary Report to the Pacific Salmon Commission Southern Boundary Restoration and Enhancement Fund on Research Conducted in 2006. Submitted Nov. 30, 2007. 112 pgs.
Mellina, E. and S.G. Hinch (2007). Investigation of the effects of streamside clear-cut timber harvesting on small stream ecosystems in British Columbia: analyses of large-scale databases to forecast impacts on physical and thermal habitats and their salmonid populations. Final report, Project Number Y071039, submitted to BC Forest Science Program, Victoria, BC. April 30, 2007. 53 pp.
Hruska, K.A., S.G. Hinch, M.C. Healey, and A. P. Farrell (2007). Electromyogram telemetry, non-destructive physiological biopsy, and genetic markers: linking recent technologies with behavioural observations for the study of reproductive success in sockeye salmon mating systems. American Fisheries Society In C. A. Woody, editor. Sockeye salmon ecology, evolution, and management. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 54:17-29, Bethesda, Maryland.
Cooke, S.J., and S.G. Hinch. (2006). Fisheries employment in Canada. Pages 135-150 in D.A. Hewitt, W.E. Pine, III, and A.V. Zale, editors. 2006. The AFS guide to fisheries employment, 2nd edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. Pages 135-150 in D.A. Hewitt, W.E. Pine, III, and A.V. Zale, editors. 2006. The AFS guide to fisheries employment, 2nd edition.
Mellina, E., and S.G. Hinch. (2006). Stream invertebrate and rainbow trout bioenergetic responses to clear-cut logging in north-central British Columbia. Final report, Project Number Y061038, submitted to BC Forest Science Program, Victoria, BC. April 30, 2006. 69 pp.
Cooperman, M.S., Hinch, S.G., Bennett, S., Quigley, J.T., Galbraith, R.V., and Branton, M.A. (2006). Rapid Assessment of the effectiveness of engineered off-channel habitats in the southern interior of British Columbia for coho salmon production. Canadian Manuscript Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2768: v + 30 pgs.
Cooperman, M.S. and S.G. Hinch. (2006). Scientific Assessment of Restoration Projects: evaluating the effectiveness of restoration actions in the southern interior of British Columbia. Final Contract Report for Project F1651-050010, report prepared for The Pacific Salmon Commission, Vancouver, British Columbia, and Fisheries and Oceans Canada – Vancouver, Vancouver British Columbia. 155 pgs.
Pon, L.B., S. J. Cooke, and S.G. Hinch. (2006). Passage efficiency and migration behaviour of salmonid fishes at the Seton Dam Fishway. Final report for the Bridge Coastal Restoration Program, Project 05.Se.01. Submitted June 6, 2006. 105 pgs.
MacNutt, M.J, S.G. Hinch, C.G. Lee, and A. P. Farrell. (2006). Stock specific differences in the swimming ability, metabolic rates and post-exercise metabolic recoveries of Fraser River pink and sockeye salmon in relation to migration distance and temperature. Canadian Journal of Zoology 84: 88–97.
Cooke, S.J., S.G. Hinch, G.T. Crossin, D.A. Patterson, K.K. English, J. M. Shrimpton, G. Van Der Kraak, and A.P. Farrell. (2006). Physiology of individual late-run Fraser River sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka sampled in the ocean correlates with fate during spawning migration. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 1469-1480.
Young, J.L, S.G. Hinch, S.J. Cooke, G.T. Crossin, D.A. Patterson, A.P. Farrell, G. Van Der Kraak, A. Lotto, A.Lister, M.C. Healey, and K. English. (2006). Physiological and energetic correlates of en route mortality for abnormally early migrating adult sockeye salmon in the Thompson River, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 1469-1480
Rand, P.S., S.G. Hinch, J. Morrison, M.G.G. Foreman, M.J. MacNutt, J.S. Macdonald, M.C. Healey, A.P. Farrell, and D.A. Higgs (2006). Effects of changes to river discharge, temperature, and future climates on energetics and mortality of adult migrating Fraser River sockeye salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 135:655-667.
Young, J.L., Bornik, Z.B., Marcotte, M.L., Charlie, K.N., Wagner, G.N., Hinch, S.G. and Cooke, S.J. (2006). Integrating physiology and life history to improve marine fisheries management and conservation Fish and Fisheries. 7:262-283.
Wagner, G.N., Kuchel, L., Lotto, A., Patterson, D.A., Shrimpton, M., Hinch, S.G., and Farrell, A.P. (2006). Routine and active metabolic rates of migrating, adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka Walbaum) in seawater and freshwater. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. 79(1):100–108.
Cooke, S.J., S.G. Hinch, G.T. Crossin, D.A. Patterson, K.K. English, M.C. Healey, J.M. Shrimpton, G. Van Der Kraak and A.P. Farrell. (2006). Mechanistic basis of individual mortality in Pacific salmon during spawning migrations. Ecology 84: 88–97.
Quigley, J.T., and S.G. Hinch. (2006). Effects of rapid experimental temperature increases on acute physiological stress and behaviour of stream dwelling juvenile chinook salmon Journal of Thermal Biology 31:429-441.
Cooke, S.J., and S.G. Hinch (2006). Fisheries employment in Canada. Pages 135-150 in D.A. Hewitt, W.E. Pine, III, and A.V. Zale, editors. 2006. The AFS guide to fisheries employment, 2nd edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
Hinch, S.G., S. Cooke, M.C. Healey, and A.P. Farrell (2006). Behavioural Physiology of Fish Migrations: salmon as a model approach. Pp. 239-295, in K. Sloman, S. Balshine and R. Wilson, [eds.]. Fish Physiology Volume 24: Behaviour and Physiology of Fish. Elsevier Press.
Shrimpton, J.M., D.A. Patterson, J.G. Richards, S.J. Cooke, P.M. Schulte, S.G. Hinch, and A.P. Farrell. (2005). Ionoregulatory changes in different populations of maturing sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) from the Fraser River, British Columbia during ocean and river migration. Journal of Experimental Biology 208:4069-4078.
Wagner, G.N., S.G. Hinch, L.J. Kuchel, A. Lotto, S.R.M. Jones, D.A. Patterson, J.S. Macdonald, G. Van Der Kraak, M. Shrimpton, K.K. English, S. Larsson, S.J. Cooke, M.C. Healey, and A.P. Farrell. (2005). Metabolic rates and swimming performance of adult Fraser River sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) after a controlled infection with Parvicapsula minibicornis. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 62: 2124–2133
Mellina, E., S.G.Hinch, E.M. Donaldson, and G. Pearson. (2005). Stream habitat and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) physiological stress responses to clear-cut logging in British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35: 541-556.
Crossin, G.T. and S.G. Hinch (2005). A non-lethal method for assessing the somatic energy content of freely migrating adult Pacific salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 134:184–191
Mellina, E., S.G. Hinch, K.D. MacKenzie, and G. Pearson (2005). Seasonal movement patterns of stream-dwelling rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and their responses to clear-cut logging in British Columbia, Canada. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134: 1021-1037.
Cooke, S.J., G.T. Crossin, D. Patterson, K. English, S.G. Hinch, J.L. Young, R. Alexander, M.C. Healey, G. Van Der Kraak, and A.P. Farrell. (2005). Coupling non-invasive physiological assessments with telemetry to understand inter-individual variation in behaviour and survivorship of sockeye salmon: development and and validation of a technique. Journal of Fish Biology. 67: 1-17.
Cooke, S.J., and S.G. Hinch. (2005). Survival, behaviour and physiology of migrating adult late-run Fraser River sockeye: identifying the cues and causes of abnormally high mortality prior to spawning. -Final Report for 2004 Research Activity. Prepared for the Southern Endowment Fund, Pacific Salmon Commission. Submitted May 15, 2005. 49 pgs
Mellina, E., S.G. Hinch, and R.D. Moore. (2005). Medium-term stream habitat and rainbow trout responses to clear-cut logging in north-central British Columbia. Final report, Project Number Y051038, submitted to BC Forest Science Program, Victoria, BC. April 30, 2005. 52 pp.
Hinch, S.G. (2005). Fish and stream protection UBC Faculty of Forestry Pp. 155-187 in S.B. Watts and L. Tolland [eds.], Forestry Handbook for British Columbia. Fifth Edition.University of British Columbia Forestry Undergraduate Society, Vancouver, BC.
Hinch, S.G., S. Cooke, M.C. Healey, and A.P. Farrell (2005). Behavioural Physiology of Fish Migrations: salmon as a model approach Elsevier Press Pp. 239-295, in K. Sloman, S. Balshine and R. Wilson, [eds.]. Fish Physiology Volume 24: Behaviour and Physiology of Fish.
Northcote, T.G., and S.G. Hinch. (2004). Fish migration and passage in forested watersheds Blackwell Science, Oxford, UK. Chapter 7, Pp. 123-142 in Northcote, T.G. and Hartman, G.F. [eds.] Fishes and Forestry – Worldwide Watershed Interactions & Management. Blackwell Science, Oxford, UK.
Mellina, E., S.G. Hinch, and R.D. Moore. (2004). Stream temperature responses to clear-cut logging in the central interior of British Columbia: test of the predictive model developed by Mellina et al. (2002). Final report, Project Number R04-079, submitted to BC Forest Science Program, Victoria, BC. April 30, 2004. 38 pp.
Mehranvar, L., M.Healey, A.P. Farrell, and S.G. Hinch. (2004). Social versus genetic measures of reproductive success in sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka. Evolutionary Ecology Research 6:1167-1181.
Patterson, D.A., J.S. Macdonald, S.G. Hinch, M.C. Healey, and A.P. Farrell. (2004). The effect of exercise and captivity on energy partitioning, reproductive maturation, and fertilization success in adult sockeye salm Journal of Fish Biology 64:1-21
MacNutt, M. J., S.G. Hinch, A. P. Farrell and S. Topp (2004). Effects of thermal acclimation period on the repeat swimming performance of cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki clarki). Journal of Fish Biology. 65:342-353
Crossin, G.T., S.G. Hinch, A.P. Farrell, D.A. Higgs, A.G. Lotto, J.D. Oakes, and M.C. Healey. (2004). Energetics and morphology of sockeye salmon: effects of upriver migratory distance and elevation. Journal of Fish Biology. 65: 788–810
Standen, E.M., S.G. Hinch, and P.S. Rand. (2004). Influence of river currents on path selection and swimming efficiency of migrating adult sockeye salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 61:905-912.
Crossin G.T., S.G. Hinch, A.P. Farrell, M.P. Whelly, and M.C. Healey. (2004). Pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) migratory energetics: response to migratory difficulty and comparisons with sockeye (O. nerka). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 81: 1986–1995
Crossin G.T., S.G. Hinch, A.P. Farrell, D.A. Higgs, and M.C. Healey. (2004). Somatic energy of sockeye salmon at the onset of upriver migration: a comparison among ocean climate regimes. Fisheries Oceanography. 29:22-33.
Cooke, S.J., S.G. Hinch, A.P. Farrell, M.F. Lapointe, S.R.M. Jones, J.S.Macdonald, D.A.Patterson, M.C. Healey. (2004). Abnormal migration timing and high en route mortality of sockeye salmon in the Fraser River, British Columbia Fisheries. 29:22-33.
Cooke, S.J, E.B., Thorstad, and S.G. Hinch (2004). Activity and energetics of free-swimming fish: insights from electromyogram telemetry. Fish and Fisheries 5: 21-52.
Cooke, S.J., S.G. Hinch, M. Wikelski, R.D. Andrews, L.J. Kuchel, T.G. Wolcott, and P.J. Butler. (2004). Biotelemetry: a mechanistic approach to ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.19:334-343
Lee, C.G., A.P. Farrell, A. Lotto, M.J. MacNutt, S.G. Hinch, and M.C. Healey. (2003). The effect of temperature on swimming performance and oxygen consumption in adult sockeye (Oncorhynchus nerka) and coho (O. kisutch) salmon stocks. Journal of Experimental Biology. 206: 3239-3251
Lee, C.G., A.P. Farrell, A. Lotto, S.G. Hinch, and M.C. Healey. (2003). Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption in adult sockeye (Oncorhynchus nerka) and coho (O. kisutch) salmon following critical speed swimming Journal of Experimental Biology. 206: 3253-3260
Farrell, A.P., C.G. Lee, K. Tierney, A. Hodaly, S. Clutterham, M. Healey, S.G. Hinch, and A. Lotto. (2003). Field-based measurements of oxygen uptake and swimming performance with adult Pacific salmon using a mobile respirometer swim tunnel. Journal of Fish Biology. 62:64-84.
Healey, M.C., R. Lake, and S.G. Hinch. (2003). Energy expenditure during reproduction by sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka). Behaviour 140:161-182.
Fuchs, S.A., S.G. Hinch, and E. Mellina. (2003). Effects of streamside logging on stream macroinvertebrate communities and habitat in the sub-boreal forests of British Columbia, Canada Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 33:1408-1415.
Giannico, G. R., and S.G. Hinch. (2003). Juvenile coho salmon seasonal movement in artificial side-channels River Research and Applications. 19:219-231.
Hinch, S.G., E.M. Standen, M.C. Healey and A.P. Farrell. (2003). Swimming patterns and behaviour of upriver migrating adult pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) and sockeye (O. nerka) salmon as assessed by EMG telemetry in the Fraser River, British Columbia, Canada Developments in Hydrobiologia. 165:147-160.
Mellina, E., and S.G. Hinch. (2003). Stream temperature, invertebrate standing crop, and fish bioenergetic responses to riparian forest harvesting practices in the central interior of British Columbia: the moderating influence of groundwater and lakes. Final report, Project Number FII R02-10, submitted to BC Forest Science Program, Victoria, BC. April 30, 2003. 29 pp.
Lapointe, M., S.J. Cooke, S.G. Hinch, A. P. Farrell, S. Jones, S. MacDonald, D. Patterson, M.C. Healey, and G. Van Der Kraak. (2003). Early upstream migration and mortality of Late-run sockeye salmon in the Fraser River, British Columbia. Droscher, Toni and David A. Fraser (eds.) 2003 Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Research Conference, April 2003, Vancouver, British Columbia -Proceedings
Hoberg, G, R Guy, S Hinch, RA Kozak, P McFarlane and SB Watts (2003). Image and Enrolments. Forum 10(6):22-23.
Richardson, J.S. and S.G. Hinch (2003). Monitoring of the Lower Fraser River Using Fish Assemblages: Can it be done Without Reference Conditions? In T.W. Droscher and D.A. Fraser (eds). Proceedings of the 2003 Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Research Conference. CD-ROM or Online. Available: http://www.psat.wa.gov/03_proceedings/start.htm [February 2004]
Lapointe, M., S.J. Cooke, S.G. Hinch, A. P. Farrell, S. Jones, S. MacDonald, D. Patterson, M.C. Healey, and G. Van Der Kraak. (2003). Early upstream migration and mortality of Late-run sockeye salmon in the Fraser River, British Columbia in Droscher, Toni and David A. Fraser (eds.) 2003 Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Research Conference, March 31-April 3, 2003, Vancouver, British Columbia -Proceedings (December 2003). 14 pgs. Available at: http://www.psat.wa.gov/03_proceedings/start.htm
Mellina, E., R.D. Moore, S.G. Hinch, J.S. Macdonald, and G. Pearson (2002). Stream temperature responses to clearcut logging British Columbia: the moderating influences of groundwater and headwater lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59:1886-1900.
Hinch S.G., E. M. Standen, M.C. Healey, A. P. Farrell. (2002). Swimming patterns and behaviour of upriver migrating adult pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) and sockeye (O. nerka) salmon as assessed by EMG telemetry in the Fraser River, British Columbia, Canada. Hydrobiologia 483:147-160
Standen, E.M., S.G. Hinch, M.C. Healey, A.P. Farrell. (2002). Energetic costs of migration through the Fraser River Canyon, British Columbia, in adult pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) and sockeye (O. nerka) salmon as assessed by EMG telemetry. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59:1809-1818
Healey, M.C., K.A. Thomson, P.H. LeBlond, L. Huato, S.G. Hinch, and C.J. Walters. (2000). Computer simulations of the effects of the Sitka eddy on sockeye salmon returning to British Columbia. Fisheries Oceanography 9:271-281.
Hinch, S.G. (2000). The loss of fish habitat by forest road crossings – a guest editorial. Branchlines, UBC Faculty of Forestry Newsletter 11(2):1.
Hinch, S.G. and J.M. Bratty. (2000). Effects of swim speed and activity pattern on success of adult sockeye salmon migration through an area of difficult passage. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 129:604-612.
Hinch, S.G., and P.S. Rand. (2000). Energy use and risk of enroute energy exhaustion in adult early Stuart sockeye salmon during 1997. Pgs 59-66, in, S. MacDonald [ed.]. Effects of high river discharge on the 1997 early Stuart sockeye salmon run. Can. Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2315.
Hinch, S.G. and P.S. Rand. (2000). Optimal swim speeds and forward assisted propulsion: energy conserving behaviours of up-river migrating salmon. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 57:2470-2478.
Hicks, J., K.A.Young, and S.G. Hinch. (2000). Density, movement and growth of cutthroat trout during the fall and winter in small streams exposed to different types of winter riparian logging. Proceedings of symposium – Ecology and management of riparian-stream ecosystems: a large scale experiment at the University of British Columbia Malcolm Knapp Research Forest, April 1999. University of British Columbia, B.C. Canada.
Young, K.A., S.G. Hinch, and T.G. Northcote. (2000). Recovery of resident cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki) and their habitat in a small British Columbia 25 years after riparian logging. Proceedings of symposium – Ecology and management of riparian-stream ecosystems: a large scale experiment at the University of British Columbia Malcolm Knapp Research Forest, April 1999. University of British Columbia, B.C. Canada.
Hinch, S.G. and P.S. Rand. (2000). Optimal swim speeds and forward assists in up-river migrating adult salmon. Proc. Int’l Cong. on the Biology of Fish. University of Aberdeen, Scotland
Lake, R.G. and S.G. Hinch. (1999). Acute effects of suspended sediment angularity on juvenile coho salmon. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 56:862-867.
Nash, C.H., J.S. Richardson and S.G. Hinch. (1999). Spatial autocorrelation and fish production in freshwaters: A comment on Randall et al. (1995). Can. J. Fish. Aqu. Sci. 56:1696-1699.
Young, K.A., S.G. Hinch and T.G. Northcote. (1999). Status of resident coastal cutthroat trout and their habitat twenty-five years after riparian logging. N. Amer. J. Fish. Manage. 19:901-911.
Burgetz, I.J., A. Rojas-Vargas, S.G. Hinch, and D.J. Randall. (1998). Initial recruitment of anaerobic metabolism during submaximal swimming in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). J. Exp. Biol. 201:2711-2721.
Hinch, S.G. and P.S. Rand. (1998). Swim speeds and energy use of river migrating adult sockeye salmon: role of local environment and fish characteristics. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 55:1821-1831.
Rand, P.S. and S.G. Hinch (1998). Spatial patterns of zooplankton biomass in the northeast Pacific Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series 171:181-186.
Rand, P.S. and S.G. Hinch. (1998). Swim speeds and energy use of river migrating adult sockeye salmon: simulating metabolic power and assessing risk of energy depletion. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 55:1832-1841.
Richardson, J.S. and S.G. Hinch. (1998). Ecological objectives for stream and watershed restoration along the Pacific coast of North America. pp. 47-56 in Proc. Int’l Workshop on Environmental Hydrodynamics and Ecological River Restoration in Cold Regions. SINTEF Civil and Environmental Engineering, Norway.
Cox, S.P. and S.G. Hinch. (1997). Changes in size at maturity of Fraser River sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) (1952-1993) and associations with temperature. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 54:1159-1165.
Hinch, S.G. and P.S. Rand. (1997). Energy use and risk of enroute energy exhaustion in adult early Stuart sockeye salmon during 1997. pp. 59-66 in S. MacDonald (ed.), Effects of High River Discharge on the 1997 Early Stuart Sockeye Salmon Run. Can. Tech. Rep. of Fish. & Aquat. Sci. 2315.
Rand, P.S., J.P. Scandol, and S.G. Hinch. (1997). Modelling temporal and spatial patterns of salmon migration, feeding and growth in the Northeast Pacific Ocean. In Estuarine and Ocean Survival of Northeastern Pacific Salmon, Proceedings of the Workshop, March 20-22, 1996, Newport Oregon. NOAA Technical Memorandum, NMFS-NWFSC-29.
Quamme, D.L., T.L. Slaney, and S.G. Hinch. (1997). Distribution of fish in Burrard Inlet, Port Moody Arm, and potential effects of migration of adult salmon. Prepared for B.C. Hydro Burrard Thermal Upgrade Project, Port Moody, B.C.
E.B. Experts Inc. (1996). Final report on DFO’s response to the report of the Fraser River Sockeye Public Review Board.
Rand, P.S. and S.G. Hinch. (1996). Spatial patterns of salmon prey, feeding and growth in the northeast Pacific Proceedings of the International Congress of Fish Biology, July 1996. San Francisco, California.
Hinch, S.G. and P.S. Rand. (1996). Evaluating energy use and risk of energy depletion in up-river migrating sockeye salmon. pp. 63-97 in Proc. Int’l Congress of Fish Biology – Physiology of Migratory Fish Symp., San Francisco, California.
Hinch, S.G., R.E. Diewert, T.J. Lissimore, A.M.J. Prince, M.C. Healey, and M.A. Henderson. (1996). Use of electromyogram telemetry to assess difficult passage areas for river migrating adult sockeye salmon. Trans. Amer. Fish. Soc. 125:253-260.
Rand, P.S. and S.G. Hinch. (1996). Spatial patterns of salmon prey, feeding and growth in the northeast Pacific Ocean. pp. 91-97 in Proc. Int’l Congress of Fish Biology, Feeding Ecology and Nutrition in Fish Symp., San Francisco, California.
Burgetz, I.J., S.G. Hinch, and D.J. Randall. (1996). Differential recruitment of anaerobic muscle fibres of rainbow trout and sockeye salmon during exhaustive exercise. pp. 15-20 in Proc. Int’l Congress of Fish Biology, High Performance Fish II Symp., San Francisco, California.
Ballantyne, J.S., F. Mercure, M.F. Gerrits, G. Van Der Kraak, S. McKinley, D.W. Martens, S.G. Hinch, and R.E. Diewert. (1996). Plasma non-esterified fatty acid profiles in adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) during the spawning migration Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 53:1418-1426.
Hinch, S.G., M.C. Healey, R.E. Diewert, K.A. Thomson, M.A. Henderson, R. Hourston, and F. Juanes. (1995). Potential effects of climate change on marine growth and survival of Fraser River sockeye salmon Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 52:2651-2659.
Prince, A.M.J., S.E. Low, T.J. Lissimore, R.E. Diewert, and S.G. Hinch. (1995). Sodium bicarbonate and acetic acid: an effective anaesthetic for field use North American Journal of Fisheries Management 15:170-172.
Hinch, S.G., M.C. Healey, Diewert, R.E., and M.A. Henderson. (1995). Climate change and ocean energetics of Fraser River sockeye p. 439-445. In R.J. Beamish [ed.] Climate Change and Northern Fish Populations. Canadian Special Publication of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 121.
Mellina, E. and S.G. Hinch (1995). Overview of large-scale ecological experimental designs and recommendations for the British Columbia Watershed Restoration Program. Watershed Restoration Project Report No. 1. Ministry of Environment, Land and Parks, and Ministry of Forests.
Clarke, W.C., S.G. Hinch, M. Lapointe, I.V. Williams, and M. Bradford. (1995). Report of the Enroute Mortality Team to the Fraser River Sockeye Public Review Board, 1994 Fraser River Investigation.
Hinch, S.G., M.C. Healey, Diewert, R.E., and M.A. Henderson (1995). Climate change and ocean energetics of Fraser River sockeye p. 439-445. In R.J. Beamish [ed.] Climate Change and Northern Fish Populations. Canadian Special Publication of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 121.
Healey, M.C., K.A. Thomson, S.G. Hinch, P. LeBlond, J. Scandol, C.J. Walters, J. Ingraham, L. Huato, I. Jardine. (1994). Biophysical controls of salmon migration and production in the northeast Pacific. ICES Working Paper, Mini Symposium on Fish Migration. Sept. 1994. St. Johns, Nfld.
Hinch, S.G., K.M. Somers, and N.C. Collins. (1994). Spatial autocorrelation and the assessment of habitat-abundance relationships in littoral fish. Can. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 51:701-712.
Hinch, S.G., and N.C. Collins. (1993). Relationships of littoral fish abundance to water chemistry and macrophyte variables in central Ontario lakes Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 50: 1870-1878.
Collins, N.C., and S.G. Hinch. (1993). Diel and seasonal patterns of sunfish (Lepomis gibbosus) foraging activities in an Ontario pond. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 122:357-365.
Hinch, S.G., and N.C. Collins (1991). Importance of diurnal and nocturnal nest defense in the energy budget of male smallmouth bass: insights from direct video observation Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 120:657-663.
Hinch, S.G., N.C. Collins, and H.H. Harvey. (1991). Relative abundance of littoral zone fishes: the role of post-glacial colonization, abiotic factors and predation. Ecology 72:1314-1324.
Hinch, S.G. (1991). Small- and large-scale studies in fisheries ecology: the need for cooperation among researchers Fisheries 16:22-27.
Collins, N.C., S.G. Hinch, and K.A. Baia (1991). Non-intrusive time-lapse video monitoring of shallow aquatic environments Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 1821.
Hinch, S.G., and R.H. Green. (1989). The effects of source and destination on growth and metal uptake in freshwater clams reciprocally transplanted among south-central Ontario lakes Canadian Journal of Zoology 67:855-863.
Hinch, S.G., L.K. Kelly, and R.H. Green. (1989). Morphological variation of Elliptio complanata (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in differing sediments of softwater lakes exposed to acidic deposition. Canadian Journal of Zoology 67:1895-1899.
Green, R.H., R.C. Bailey, S.G. Hinch, J. Metcalfe, and V. Young. (1989). Use of freshwater mussels (Unionidae) to monitor the nearshore environment of lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research 15:635-644.
Hinch, S.G., and R.H. Green. (1988). Shell etching on clams from low-alkalinity Ontario lakes: a physical or chemical process? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45:2110-2113.
Hinch, S.G., and R.C. Bailey. (1988). Within- and among-lake variation in shell morphology of the freshwater clam Elliptio complanata (Bivalvia: Unionidae). Hydrobiologia 157:27-32.
Hinch, S.G., and L.A. Stephenson. (1987). Size- and age-specific patterns of trace metal concentrations in freshwater clams from an acid-sensitive and a circumneutral lake. Canadian Journal of Zoology 65:2436-2442.
Hinch, S.G., and K.M. Somers. (1987). Principal component analysis: an experimental evaluation of data centering, data standardization, and outlying observations. Coenoses 2:19-23.
Hinch, S.G., R.C. Bailey, and R.H. Green. (1986). Growth of Lampsilis radiata (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in sand and mud: a reciprocal transplant experiment. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 43:548-552.
Green, R.H., and S.G. Hinch. (1986). Freshwater clams as monitors of variation in environmental acidity and trace metal levels. pp. 189-214. Proceedings of the Technology Transfer Conference, Dec. 1986. Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Toronto, Ontario.