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Gregory T. Ruggerone
Scott Goodman
Kyle L. Antonelis

James Selleck (Associate)
Joan Drinkwin (Associate)

Steven E. Hughes (retired)
Jeffrey A. June (retired)




Scott E. Goodman
Vice President(Treasurer)
Fishery Biologist

Degrees & Diplomas
BS.: Fisheries Biology & Management, 1994, University of Washington, Seattle, WA
MMA.: Marine Affairs, 2010, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Research Interests
  • Cooperative Research in the North Pacific
  • Commercially Important Crab Stocks in the Bering Sea
  • Developing/Improving Fish/Invertebrate Surveys
  • Fishery GIS Applications/Spatial Analysis
  • Resource Assessment
Resume Summary
Mr. Goodman is NRC’s chief scientist and project manager for ongoing cooperative research on Bering Sea crab stocks. He is a recognized leader in the field of collaborative surveys between industry and government researchers, and has participated first-hand in crab surveys in the Bering Sea for the last 10 years. Mr. Goodman has recently taken over the role of Executive Director for the Bering Sea Fisheries Research Foundation – a recognized leader in recent, industry-formed research entities with direct oversight of important large-scale research on crab stocks in Alaska.

As a researcher in fisheries science Mr. Goodman enjoys tackling some of the more difficult questions that are important to sustainable fisheries management. He built strong relationships in support of a variety of fisheries research and legal work with NRC principals over the last two decades (Lee Alverson and Steve Hughes). Cooperating directly with fishermen and industry leaders has been a high point of his work at NRC. In the mid-1990’s he worked extensively along the Washington and Oregon coasts with commercial and recreational salmon fishermen to coordinate research for a large-scale, multi-year at-sea research program.

Mr. Goodman is a western Washington native, lives with his family in Everett and greatly enjoys being on the water – for both work and play.

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