Dr. Manos discussed the future of oak trees in the Research Triangle
Dr. Paul Manos was interviewed by the North Carolina journal The News and Observer, to talk about the future of oak trees in light of climate change. The research Triangle area, composed of Durham, Raleigh, and Chapel Hill, is home to several species of oak, such as red oak, water oaks, darlington oaks, and overcup oak. Raleigh itself is known as The City of Oaks. Dr. Manos studies the evolution of morphological characteristics and the phylogenetic relationships of several species of hard wood families, including oaks.
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