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Weitkamp, L.A., T. P. Good, D. E. Lyons, and D. D. Roby. 2016. The influence of environmental variation on the Columbia River estuarine fish community: Implications for predation on juvenile salmonids. N. Pac. Anad. Fish. Comm. Bull. 6:33-44. doi:10.23849/npafcb6/33.44.
Hardesty, B. D., T. P. Good, C. Wilcox. 2015. Novel methods, new results, and science-based colutions to tackle marine debris impacts on wildlife. Ocean and Coastal Management, 115:4-9. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2015.04.004
Good, T. P., S. F. Pearson, P. J. Hodum, D. Boyd, B. F. Anulacion, G. M. Ylitalo. 2014. Persistent organic pollutants in forage fish prey of rhinoceros auklets breeding in Puget Sound and the northern California Current. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 86:367-378. doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2014.06.042
Busch, D. S., C. M. Greene, T. P. Good. 2013. Estimating effects of tidal power projects and climate change on threatened and endangered marine species and their food web. Conservation Biology, 27(6):1190-1200.
Pearson, S. F., P. J. Hodum, T. P. Good, M. Schrimpf, S. M. Knapp. 2013. A model approach for estimating colony size, trends, and habitat associations of burrow-nesting seabirds. Condor, 115(2):356-365.
Ford, M. J., M. A. Bellman, S. Copps, C. K. Emmons, J. Drake, T. P. Good, R. G. Gustafson, M. B. Hanson, G. Hanshew, E. E. Holmes. 2012. Risk assessment of U.S. West Coast groundfish fisheries to threatened and endangered marine species. Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center. Seattle, Washington.
Hipfner, M. J., L. K. Blight, R. W. Lowe, S. I. Wilhelm, G. J. Robertson, R. T. Barrett, T. Anker-Nilssen, T. P. Good. 2012. Unintended consequences: how the recovery of sea eagle Haliaeetus spp. populations in the northern hemisphere is affecting seabirds. Marine Ornithology, 40(1):39-52.
Good, T. P., J. A. June, M. A. Etnier, G. Broadhurst. 2010. Derelict Fishing Nets In Puget Sound And The Northwest Straits: Patterns And Threats To Marine Fauna. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 60(1):39-50.
Harvey, C. J., K. K. Bartz, J. R. Davies, T. B. Francis, T. P. Good, A. D. Guerry, M. B. Hanson, K. K. Holsman, J. Miller, M. Plummer, J. C. Reum, L. D. Rhodes, C. A. Rice, J. F. Samhouri, G. D. Williams, N. J. Yoder, P. S. Levin, M. H. Ruckelshaus. 2010. A mass-balance model for evaluating food web structure and community-scale indicators in the cental basin of Puget Sound. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-106.
Good, T. P., J. A. June, M. A. Etnier, G. Broadhurst. 2009. Ghosts Of The Salish Sea: Threats To Marine Birds In Puget Sound And The Northwest Straits From Derelict Fishing Gear. Marine Ornithology, 37:67-76.
Good, T. P., J. R. Davies, B. J. Burke, M. H. Ruckelshaus. 2008. Incorporating catastrophic risk assessments into setting conservation goals for Pacific salmon. Ecological Applications, 18(1):246-257.
Good, T. P., M. M. McClure, B. P. Sandford, K. Barnas, D. M. Marsh, B. A. Ryan, E. Casillas. 2007. Quantifying the effect of Caspian tern predation on endangered and threatened Pacific salmonids in the Columbia River. Endangered Species Research, 3(1):11-21.
Good, T. P., T. J. Beechie, P. McElhany, M. M. McClure, M. H. Ruckelshaus. 2007. Recovery planning for Endangered Species Act-listed Pacific salmon: using science to inform goals and strategies. Fisheries, 32(9):426-440.
Good, T. P., D. Harstad, C. Hall, C. Maranto, M. Harper, B. A. Ryan. 2006. Predation on juvenile salmonids by Caspian Terns nesting in Potholes Reservoir. Pages 96-130 in Collis, K., D. D. Roby, J. Y. Adkins, C. Couch, B. Courtot, R. Lord, D. E. Lyons, Y. Suzuki. (Eds.) Research, monitoring, and evaluation of avian predation on salmonid smolts in the lower and mid-Columbia River: 2005 final season summary. Report of Bird Research Northwest to the Bonneville Power Administration. Portland, Oregon.
Good, T. P., K. Barnas, D. M. Marsh, M. M. McClure, B. A. Ryan, B. P. Sandford, E. Casillas. 2005. Appendix C: NOAA Fisheries report: Caspian tern predation on juvenile salmonid outmigrants in the Columbia River estuary. Pages C1-C32 in Caspian tern management to reduce predation of juvenile salmonids in the Columbia River estuary. Report of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service. Portland, Oregon.
Good, T. P., R. S. Waples, P. Adams. (eds.) 2005. Updated status of Federally listed ESUs of West Coast salmon and steelhead. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-66, 598 p.
Good, T. P., T. K. Harms, M. H. Ruckelshaus. 2003. Misuse of checklist assessments in endangered species recovery efforts. Conservation Ecology, 7(2):12, online p.
Zabel, R. W., C. J. Harvey, S. L. Katz, T. P. Good, P. S. Levin. 2003. Ecologically sustainable yield. American Scientist, 91(2):150-157.
Good, T. P., J. Fabbri. 2002. Catastrophic risk assessment of Lower Columbia and Willamette River ESUs of threatened Pacific salmon. In Appendix L in Willamette/Lower Columbia Pacific salmonid viability criteria. Willamette/Lower Columbia Technical Recovery Team Report (P. McElhany et al.), December 2, 2002.