Amanda Flynn is an environmental scientist with a broad range of expertise. Key areas of work include watershed modeling and assessment, environmental issues related to agriculture, environmental sustainability, restoration concept design, and project management. Amanda has developed, applied, and reviewed models to support TMDLs, management programs, and sustainability initiatives for watersheds across the U.S. as well as internationally. She has co-authored several literature reviews on various nutrient and ecosystem topics, and has published two peer-reviewed papers on estuarine nutrient cycling. Amanda also has expertise in GIS, AutoCAD, and Adobe Illustrator, which she uses to create a wide range of graphics including figures, design drawings, schematics, and illustrations. Amanda works at LimnoTech’s Corporate Headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan.