Professor Emeritus - Department of Biology
Geological Sciences; paleobotany; plant evolution; paleoclimate; origins of the angiosperms; atmospheric CO2 and climate history; paleocene phytogeography; plant-animal coevolution
Dr. Dilcher has conducted research in Thailand on tertiary leaf fossils of Mangifera (Anacardiaceae) as examples of the utility of leaf marginal venation characters; as well as conducted analyses of particulate samples of Holocene Mangrove vegetation at the American Memorial Park, Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands (in the Philippine Sea).
Selected Awards and Honors
Global and International Studies Building 2007
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