Jim GoodPrincipal Associate
As a principle associate in the Pacific Northwest, Jim partners with clients and project teams to provide science-based solutions for complex natural resource and watershed management projects.
Jim brings more than 30 years of experience evaluating physical, chemical, and biological effects in aquatic environments. He has summarized and interpreted water quality data to aid in decision-making, developed and implemented sampling and analysis plans to meet project goals, monitored compliance with quality assurance objectives, modeled pollutant loads, evaluated project impacts, and provided solutions to meet permit requirements. Jim has also assisted municipal and industrial dischargers with meeting a variety of National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit conditions, including monitoring water, sediment, and aquatic biota.
Jim holds a Master of Science in aquatic ecology from the University of Idaho and a Bachelor of Science in forest management from the University of Missouri.