Thomas A. (Tad) Dillhoff – Executive Director
I have had a lifelong interest in the natural world, and in the 1980s began the study of paleobotany. Since then I have focused on the Tertiary paleobotany of western North America. My research interests include paleoecology, paleoclimatology and biogeography with a special interest in the floras of the Middle Miocene Columbia River Basalts. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from the University of Washington with a minor in botany. Besides my duties at the Evolving Earth Foundation, I am a Curatorial Associate with the Burke Museum at the University of Washington, and a member of the Botanical Society of America, the Geological Society of America, and the International Association of Wood Anatomists.
Dillhoff, Thomas A. and Wheeler, Elisabeth A. 2007 Revisiting the Miocene wood flora from Vantage, Washington GSA Cordilleran Section – 103rd Annual Meeting, Paper No. 20-7
Pigg, Kathleen B., Dillhoff, Thomas A., and DeVore, Melanie L. 2007 Paleoenvironment of a newly discovered Middle Miocene “bog” locality, Columbia River Basalts, near Ellensburg, WA: A preliminary report. GSA Cordilleran Section – 103rd Annual Meeting, Paper No. 20-6
Dillhoff, Richard M., Dillhoff, Thomas A., and Mustoe, George A. 2007 Floristic evidence for contrasting paleo-environments in the Early Eocene of Washington State GSA Cordilleran Section – 103rd Annual Meeting, Paper No. 20-3
Wheeler, Elisabeth A. and Dillhoff, Thomas A. 2007 Vantage. A diverse mid-Miocene fossil wood assemblage IAWA Annual Meeting San Luis Potosi, Mexico, 2007
Dillhoff, Thomas A. 2006 A Miocene forest assemblage from the Columbia River Basalts of Washington State, USA BSA Annual Meeting: Chico, California, Poster Session 48-103