Good Science Associates conducts marine research and policy assessments for government, academic and non-profit institutions. Increasing human activity in the world's oceans necessitaites an ongoing need to quantitatively research and evaluate the interrelationship between marine species and these activities. With tight budgets and challenging management and scientific questions ahead, it is particularily important for researchers to fully utilize all data sources employing a suite of analysis and modeling techniques. By delivering targeted, comprehensive assessments, timely information can be provided to scientists, decision makers, government managers and funders.
Caroline Good, PhD
Caroline Good has extensive training and experience in marine ecology and environmental policy including spatial modeling and analysis techniques, marine mammal ecology, fisheries by-catch evaluation, policy evaluation, legislative drafting and scientific funding strategy. She previously worked as a Fisheries Biologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service, Office of Protected Resources and as an Officer with the Pew Charitable Trusts' Ocean Science Division. She currently serves as a member of the federal Large Whale Take Reduction Team. Dr. Good holds a bachelors degree in environmental science and government from Bowdoin College, a master's degree in coastal environmental management from Duke University and a docotrate in marine ecology from Duke University.
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