Gordon Thomas Hart

Links:
http://www.friesenpress.com/bookstore/title/119734000002067432/G.-T.-Hart-Plants-in-Literature-and-Life/

Education:
1984-1988 University of Toronto, Toronto Ontario Canada
M.Sc. -completed a thesis in Botany on arctic ecology. Title: Dryas integrifolia and its habitat diversity in the Canadian High and Low Arctic. Supervisor: Dr. Josef Svoboda.

1982-1983 University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada
-took graduate courses in Plant Ecology. Supervisor: Dr. J. Stan Rowe

1978-1982 University of Winnipeg, Winnipeg Manitoba Canada
B.Sc. (4-yr) -completed the requirements for a specialized 4-year degree in Biology, and satisfied the requirements for a general B.Sc. in Geography and in Environmental Studies. Supervisor: Dr. Richard Staniforth.

Conferences:
July 1996
Vº Simposio de Botánica, Jardín Botánico Nacional, la Habana, Cuba.
Presented poster: Habitates y usos de las plantas de Itika Guasu, Tarija.

November 1995
IVº Congreso Italo-Latinoamericano de Etnomedicina ‘Felice Fontana’, la Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar, Subsede Quito, Quito, Ecuador. Presented poster: Etnoutilización de plantas en Itika Guasu, Tarija, Bolivia.

October 1994
VIº Congreso Latinoamericano de Botánica, Mar del Plata, Argentina. Presented poster: Recursos vegetales de la zona de Itika Guasu, Tarija, Bolivia.

November 1988
Second National Student Conference on Northern Studies, Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies, Ottawa Conference Centre. Presented poster and paper: Autecological aspects of character expression in arctic avens (Dryas integrifolia).

November 1987
Arctic Archipelago Conference, hosted by the National Museum of Natural Science, Ottawa. Observer.

June 1987
Annual Conference of the Canadian Botanical Association, Université de Montréal. Presented poster: Habitat tolerance in Dryas integrifolia.

March 1987
II Vital Signs Combined Natural Sciences Poster Conference, University of Toronto. Presented poster: Habitat tolerance in Dryas integrifolia.

November 1986
National Student Conference on Northern Studies, Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies, Ottawa Conference Centre. Presented poster and paper: Habitat tolerance in Dryas integrifolia.

February 1982
Prairie Universities Biology Seminar, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon. Presented paper: Vigour of Dryas integrifolia in disturbed and established habitats.

Publications:
Hart, G. T. 2011. Plants in Literature and Life: a wide-ranging dictionary of botanical terms. FriesenPress, Victoria, Canada. xv, 461.
Hart, T.; Cuba, R. & Turner, A. 1996. Plantas Útiles de la Zona del Itika Guasu. CER-DET, y Withuis-Volontariaat VZW, Tarija, Bolivia. 146pp.
CER-DET. 1995. Nuestros Bosques, Son Nuestra Vida. CER-DET, Cartilla Informativa Nº1, Tarija, Bolivia. 38pp.
Erazo, O.; Hart, G.T. & Cuba, R. 1993. Flora Tarijeña: sus propiedades medicinales y aplicación. CER-DET & FIS, Tarija, Bolivia. iv, 113, 8.
Hart, G.T. & Svoboda, J. 1993. Autecology of Dryas integrifolia in Alexandra Fiord lowland habitats. pp.145-156. In: Svoboda, J. & Freedman, W. Ecology of a Polar Oasis, Alexandra Fiord. Captus Press, Toronto. iv, 286.
Hart, G.T. & Svoboda, J. 1989. Autecological aspects of character expression in arctic avens (Dryas integrifolia). Muskox 37: 93-97.
Hart, G.T. 1989. Geohistorical data bases of Churchill, Manitoba. Report prepared for: Churchill Northern Studies Centre, Churchill.
Hart, G. 1988. Habitat tolerance of Dryas integrifolia from studies near Churchill, Manitoba and Alexandra Fiord, Ellesmere Island, NWT. In: Adams, W.P. & Johnson, P.G. (eds.) Student Research in Canada’s North. Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies, Ottawa.
Hart, G. 1984. Thirteen-lined ground squirrel apparently feeds on creeping juniper seeds. Blue Jay 42(3): 185-186.
Hart, G. 1983. Township 36 range 26 west in the Swan River Valley. The Manitoba Social Science Teacher 9(2): 14-34.

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