Dr. Amanda M. Nahlik is a wetland ecologist in the Office of Research and Development at the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) Pacific Ecological Systems Division in Corvallis, Oregon. With nearly two decades of wetland research experience, she is a wetland biogeochemist with extensive experience in wetland ecology. Her research projects range from carbon storage and nutrient cycling, greenhouse gas emissions and climate change, sedimentation and fluvial dynamics, to condition assessments and ecological indicator development. As one of the lead researchers for and Technical Co-Lead of the USEPA National Wetland Condition Assessment (NWCA), Dr. Nahlik uses national-scale data to estimate changes in wetland carbon storage, nitrogen cycling, and provision of ecosystem services.
Chapter : Pacific Northwest Chapter
Section : Ramsar Section
Organization : US Environmental Protection Agency