Anthony Good, Ph.D.

Biography

Tony is an Economist with the Science and Decisions Center (SDC; https://www.usgs.gov/energy-and-minerals/science-and-decisions-center).  He works on a range of interdisciplinary projects focused on the effects of climate change and ecosystem restoration on the value of ecosystem services.

Ongoing projects:

  • Valuing the effects of climate change on tribal wild Chinook salmon fishing in the Nisqually River Delta
  • Estimating the effects of wetland restoration on housing prices near the Nisqually River Delta
  • Valuing Recreational fishing in the Susquehanna River (PA) under best-management practices
  • A rapid ecosystem services assessment of the J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge

Education

2020, Ph.D., Economics, George Mason University

2017, M.A., Economics, George Mason University

2015, B.B., Business Economics, Wright State University