The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Mark and recapture, Statistics, Estimation and Sampling. The study of Ecology is intertwined with the study of Metapopulation in a number of ways. The concepts of his Metapopulation study are interwoven with issues in Colonisation and Extinction.
His Mark and recapture research incorporates themes from Zoology, Microtus, Statistical inference, Estimator and Population growth. His studies in Statistics integrate themes in fields like Cartography and Contrast. His Sampling study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Geometric mean and Population density.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Mark and recapture, Statistics, Occupancy and Habitat. He studies Species richness which is a part of Ecology. His Species richness course of study focuses on Breeding bird survey and Global biodiversity.
His Mark and recapture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Population size, Markov process and Econometrics. The various areas that James E. Hines examines in his Occupancy study include Range, Northern spotted owl, Inference, National park and Species distribution. His Habitat study deals with Wildlife intersecting with Anas.
His primary areas of investigation include Ecology, Occupancy, Habitat, Statistics and Biological dispersal. His Ecology study combines topics in areas such as Population growth, Vital rates and Metapopulation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Range, Extinction, Northern spotted owl, Sampling and Species distribution.
His studies deal with areas such as Local extinction and Wildlife as well as Habitat. His study in the field of Range also crosses realms of Estimation, Public survey, Single point and Community level. His Biological dispersal study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Global biodiversity, Locust and Sterna.
James E. Hines mainly investigates Occupancy, Ecology, Habitat, Metapopulation and Biological dispersal. James E. Hines has included themes like False positive paradox, Extinction, Model selection, Estimator and Species distribution in his Occupancy study. His Ecology research incorporates elements of Sampling, Sample and Local extinction.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Markov process and Redundancy in addition to Sampling. The Habitat study combines topics in areas such as Animal ecology and Co-occurrence. His Metapopulation research integrates issues from Predation and Sterna.
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Statistical inference for capture-recapture experiments
A. B. Lawson;K. H. Pollock;J. D. Nichols;C. Brownie.
ESTIMATING SITE OCCUPANCY, COLONIZATION, AND LOCAL EXTINCTION WHEN A SPECIES IS DETECTED IMPERFECTLY
Darryl I. MacKenzie;James D. Nichols;James E. Hines;Melinda G. Knutson.
ESTIMATING TEMPORARY EMIGRATION USING CAPTURE-RECAPTURE DATA WITH POLLOCK'S ROBUST DESIGN
William L. Kendall;James D. Nichols;James E. Hines.
CAPTURE-RECAPTURE STUDIES FOR MULTIPLE STRATA INCLUDING NON-MARKOVIAN TRANSITIONS
C. Brownie;J. E. Hines;J. D. Nichols;K. H. Pollock.
A DOUBLE-OBSERVER APPROACH FOR ESTIMATING DETECTION PROBABILITY AND ABUNDANCE FROM POINT COUNTS
James D. Nichols;James E. Hines;John R. Sauer;Frederick W. Fallon.
The Auk (2000)
Tigers and their prey: Predicting carnivore densities from prey abundance
K. Ullas Karanth;James D. Nichols;N. Samba Kumar;William A. Link.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2004)
CAPTURE-RECAPTURE SURVIVAL MODELS TAKING ACCOUNT OF TRANSIENTS
Roger Pradel;James E. Hines;Jean-Dominique Lebreton;James D. Nichols.
ESTIMATING SPECIES RICHNESS: THE IMPORTANCE OF HETEROGENEITY IN SPECIES DETECTABILITY
Thierry Boulinier;James D. Nichols;John R. Sauer;James E. Hines.
A REMOVAL MODEL FOR ESTIMATING DETECTION PROBABILITIES FROM POINT-COUNT SURVEYS
George L. Farnsworth;Kenneth H. Pollock;James D. Nichols;Theodore R. Simons.
The Auk (2002)
Program CONTRAST: a general program for the analysis of several survival or recovery rate estimates
James E. Hines;John R. Sauer.
Fish and wildlife technical report (USA) (1989)
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