1500 Remount Road
Building 90 MRC 5560
Front Royal, VA 22630
Ty Lindberg is the Field Operations Manager for Domain 02, located in Front Royal, VA on the grounds of the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute. He is responsible for the maintenance and operation of three eddy-flux towers and soil arrays, two instrumented stream sites and year-round physical and organismal sampling at five field locations. His team consists of 6 full-time ecologists and up to 15 seasonal field-technicians.
Ty holds a B.S. in Biology from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a M.S. in Zoology from North Carolina State University. His graduate work focused on population genetics and quantitative fisheries management. Prior to joining NEON, Lindberg was a researcher and lab manager at Duke University in Durham, NC within the Nicholas School of the Environment. His research involved water quality issues related to surface coal mining and the fate and transport of selenium in aquatic ecosystems. He designed and led a multiyear field-based study to quantify the cumulative impacts of mountaintop removal coal mining on watersheds and associated biota in southern Appalachia.
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