UNC Biology’s own Professor Alan Weakley’s work in plant diversity and conservation is featured in the most recent issue of UNC’s Endeavors. Congratulations, Alan!
Professor Weakley is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Department of Biology and is the Director of the UNC Herbarium. From his faculty profile: “I am a plant systematist, plant community ecologist, biogeographer, and conservation biologist focused on the species and systems of the Southeastern United States. Students in my lab focus on the systematics and biogeography of the Southeastern United States, community classification developing the U.S. National Vegetation Classification, and land management, conservation planning, and environmental policy questions involving the conservation of Southeastern United States ecosystems and species.” Read more at his lab’s website here.
Read the full article here.