Amanda Suchy, Ph.D.

  • Postdoctoral Research Associate, Groffman Lab, Environmental Sciences Initiative

Amanda Suchy, Ph.D. is an urban and wetland ecologist who is interested in how urban water bodies (streams, wetlands, lakes) affect nitrogen cycling in cities. She received her Ph..D in Biology at Arizona State University in 2016 where she examined nitrogen cycling in accidental urban wetlands in Phoenix, Arizona. She is currently a postdoctoral research associate with the ASRC, where she will continue to research biogeochemistry of urban environments while working in the Baltimore Ecosystem Study.


A.K. Suchy, M.L. Fork, L. Lin, D. Locke, P.M. Groffman, J.M. Grove, S.L. LaDeau, and E.J. Rosi. More green, fewer problems: Landcover relates to perception of environmental problems. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2023. Online.

A.K. Suchy, P.M. Groffman, L.E. Band, J.M. Duncan, A.J. Gold, J.M. Grove, D.H. Locke, and L. Templeton. A Landscape Approach to Nitrogen Cycling in Urban Lawns reveals the Interaction between Topography and Human Behaviors. Biogeochemistry, 2021, 152, 73–92.