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CURRICULUM VITAE

Thomas A. Zanoni

Collections Manager, Herbarium

The New York Botanical Garden

200th Street at Southern Blvd.

Bronx, New York 10458-5126, U.S.A.

Telephone, office (718) 817-8651; fax (718) 817-8648; email: tzanoni@nybg.org



Education:

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ B.A. Botany 1971

Colorado State University, Fort Collins M.S. Botany 1974

Colorado State University, Fort Collins Ph.D. Botany 1975


Positions held:

Graduate Teaching Assistant. Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Colorado State University. Three semesters, 1971–1975

Graduate Research Assistant, on National Science Foundation research grants GB 24320, BG37315X, and BMS73-06823-A02. Department of Botany and Plant Pathology, Colorado State University, 1971–1975

Research Associate. National Science Foundation-funded project to the Institute of Ecology. Department of Range Science, Colorado State University. November 1975–May 1976.

Consultant. Environmental Analysts, Inc., Fort Collins, CO. 1975

Research Associate. Program Coordinator of the Oklahoma Natural Heritage Program Oklahoma Biological Survey, University of Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma, Norman. January 1977–August 1979

Museum Intern. Herbarium, The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York. August 1979–March 1980

Plant Taxonomist. Departamento de Botánica, Jardín Botánico Nacional, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. March 1980–January 1993

Consulting Botanist. Evaluation of biodiversity of the Dominican Republic. Departamento de Vida Silvestre, Secretaría de Estado de Agricultura. República Dominicana. 1989–March 1993

Curatorial Associate. Herbarium, The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York. April 1993–April 1999

Senior Curatorial Associate, Herbarium, The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York. April 1999–April 2002

Collections Manager, Herbarium, The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York. April 2002–present

Editor-in-Chief, Brittonia , Brittonia (a systematic botany journal published by the New York Botanical Garden), July 1998–present. Senior Editor journal published by the New, January 1997–June 1998; Associate Editor, November 1995–December 1996; Index Editor, 1995–present

Adjunct Positions:

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Botany. Department of Botany, University of Oklahoma, Norman. November 1978–August 1979

Research Associate. Institute of Systematic Botany, The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York. 1994–present
Experience:

Laboratory Assistant to graduate students in plant ecology in field work, chemical analyses for pollution, seed germination and laboratory culture of mosses. Department of Botany, Rutgers University. 1969–1971

Laboratory Assistant to Dr. James A. Quinn, plant ecologist. Summer 1970. Rutgers University.

Extensive field work in Mexico and Guatemala, also in Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Colorado in relation to research on Juniperus. 1972–1975

Laboratory experience using gas-liquid chromatography for terpenoids and using infra-red spectroscope for identification of terpenoids. Data analyses using a computer. 1972-1975 Colorado State University. 1972–1975

Assistant to the curator of the herbarium, Colorado State University. 1971–1975

Intensive training in herbarium curatorial practices and management. The New York Botanical Garden. September 1979–March 1980.
Funding received:

Flora of the Greater Antilles (23 –24 June 2000), a grant of $10,000 was received form the American Council of Learned Societies/Social Science Research Council to facilitate participation of Cuban botanists in the symposium. Also, a grant of $1,000 was obtained from the Torrey Botanical Society to underwrite the costs of the speakers at the same symposium. A private individual gave an additional $250 for the costs of the Symposium.


Publications:

Zanoni, T. A. & R. P. Adams. 1973. Distribution and synonymy of Juniperus california Carr. (Cupressaceae) in Baja California, Mexico. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 100: 364–367.

Stermitz, F. R., J. R. Stermitz, & T. A. Zanoni. 1974.Alkaloids of Argemone subintegrifolia and A. munita. Phytochemistry 13: 1151–1153.

Zanoni, T. A. and R. P. Adams. 1975.Southern range extension of Juniperus scopulorum Sarg. (Cupressaceae) into Mexico. Southwestern Naturalist 20: 136-–37.

–––– & –––. 1975. The genus Juniperus (Cupressaceae) in Mexico and Guatemala: Numerical and morphological analysis. Bol. Bot. Soc. Mexico 35: 69–91.

——– & –––.1976. The genus Juniperus (Cupressaceae) in Mexico and Guatemala: Numerical and chemosystematic analysis. Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 4: 147–158.

Gentry, J. L., T. A. Zanoni, P. G. Risser, R. Tyrl and J. J. Crockett 1977. A report on the threatened and endangered plant species in the BLM Southeast Oklahoma Study Area, Project NM-010-PH7-1142.

Zanoni, T. A. 1978. Las Juniperus jaliscanas. Universidad de Guadalajara, Bol. Inform. 4(1): 11–17.

———. 1978. The American junipers of the section Sabina (Juniperus, Cupressaceae) — a century later. Phytologia 38: 433–454.

Adams, R. P. & T. A. Zanoni. 1979. The distribution, synonymy and taxonomy of three junipers of southwestern United States and northern Mexico (Juniperus, Cupressaceae). Southwestern Naturalist 24: 323–329.

Zanoni, T. A. , J. L. Gentry, Jr., R. J. Tyrl and P. G. Risser). 1979. Endangered and threatened plants of Oklahoma. Dept. of Botany & Microbiology, University of Oklahoma and Dept. of General & Evolutionary Biology, Oklahoma State University. Stillwater.

—–– & R. P. Adams. (Submitted Jan 1976). Cupressaceae. in: M. C. Johnston, Flora of the Chihuahuan Desert.

––– & –––. 1980. The genus Juniperus (Cupressaceae) in Mexico and Guatemala: Synonomy, key and distribution of the taxa. Bol. Soc. Bot. Mexico 38: 83–21.

Adams, R. P., E. von Rudloff, L. Hogge and T. A. Zanoni. 1980. The volatile terpenoids of Juniperus monticola f. monticola, f. compacta and f. orizabensis. J. Nat. Prod. 43: 417–419.

–––, –––, T. A. Zanoni and L. Hogge. 1980. The terpenoids of an ancestral/advanced species pair of Juniperus. Biochem. Syst. & Ecol. 8: 35–37.

Zanoni, T. A. 1980. Otto Kuntze, botanist. I. Biography, bibliography and travels. Brittonia 32: 551–571.

–––. A. & E. K. Schofield. 1981. Otto Kuntze, botanist. II. Type specimens of lants from his Plantae Orientali-Rossicae. Brittonia 33: 246–249.

––– & –––.1981.Otto Kuntze, botanist. III. Type specimens of ferns, gymnosperms and monocotyledons from his Revision Generum Plantarum. Brittonia 33: 250–253.

–––. 1980. Notes on Cupressus in Mexico. Bol. Soc. Bot. México 39: 128–133.

Adams, R. P., T. A. Zanoni and E. von Rudloff. 1980. The southwestern U.S. and northern Mexico one-seeded junipers: Their volatile oils and evolution. Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 4: 147–158.

–––, E. von Rudloff, L. Hogge and T. A. Zanoni. 1981. The volatile terpenoids of Juniperus blancoi and its affinities with other entire leaf margin junipers of North America. J. Nat. Prod. 44: 21–26.

Zanoni, T. A., P. G. Risser and I. H. Butler. 1979 [1980].Natural areas for Oklahoma: Important areas of natural significance in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Natural Heritage Program, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.

–––. 1982. Otto Kuntze. IV. Recent addition of specimens to The New York Botanical Garden Herbarium with other notes on Kuntze. Brittonia 34: 299.

1982. Cupressaceae. Flora of Veracruz 23: 1–15.

–––. 1982. Taxodiaceae. Flora of Veracruz 25: 1–6.

–––. 1982. Guáyiga (Zamia) in Hispaniola. Cycad Newsletter 5(4): 5–13.

–––. 1982. Pinophyta, In S. P. Parker (ed.). Synopsis and classification of living organisms. McGraw-Hill Publishing Company, New York.

–––. 1983. José de Jesús Jiménez Almonte, 1905-1982. Moscosoa 2: 90–94.

Adams, R. P. & T. A. Zanoni. 1984.Analyses of the volatile leaf oils of Juniperus deppeana and its infraspecific taxa: Chemosystematic applications. Biochem. Syst. Ecol. 12: 23–27

Zanoni, T. A., C. R. Long & G. McKiernan. 1984. Bibliografiá de la flora y de la vegetación de la Isla Española. Moscosoa 3: 1–61.

–––. 1984. Las expediciones botánicas de George V. Nash y Norman Taylor a la isla de la Española. Moscosoa 2: 64–82. 1984.

–––. 1984. Un donativo de las plantas recolectadad por Miguel Canela Lázaro y notas biográficas. Moscosoa 3: 121–126.

Read, R. W. & T. A. Zanoni. 1984. Thrinax morrisii H. Wendland (Arecaceae): A palm new to the flora of Hispaniola. Moscosia 3: 151–152.

Adams, R. P., T. A. Zanoni & L. Hogge1985. The volatile leaf oils of two rare junipers from western Mexico: Juniperus durangensis and J. jaliscana. J. Nat. Prod. 48: 673–675

–––, –––, & –––. 1985.The volatile leaf oils of the junipers of Guatemala and Chiapas, Mexico: Juniperus comitana, J. gamboana and J. standleyi. J. Nat. Prod. 48: 678–681.

–––. M. M. Mejía P. & R. W. Read. 1986. Notas sobre la flora de la Isla Española. I. Bromeliaceae. Moscosoa 4: 54–104.

––– & –––. 1986. Notas sobre la flora de la Isla Española: II. Moscosoa 4: 105–132.

–––. 1986. Bibliografía botánica del Caribe. I. Moscosoa 4: 49–53.

–––. 1986. Bibliografía de la flora y de la vegetación de la Isla Española. II. Adiciones. Moscosoa 4: 39–48.

–––. 1986. Las expediciones botánicas de William L. Abbott y Emery C. Leonard a la isla de la Española. Moscosoa 4: 6–38.

–––. 1986.Regiones geográficas de la Isla de la Española. Moscosoa 4: 1–5.

––– & R. W. Read. 1986. Hybrid in Chrysalidocarpus. Principes. 30: 35–37.

–––. 1986. The palms of the Dominican Republic and Haiti, pp. 20–26. In: D. Johnson et al. 1986. Economic botany and threatened species of the palm family in Latin America and the Caribbean. Part 1. Economic Botany. Report of World Wildlife Fund Project 3322 (WWF-US).

Read, R. W., T. A. Zanoni & M. Mejía. 1987. Reinhardtia: A new genus of palms for the West Indies. Brittonia 39: 20–25.

–––. 1989. Obolinga (Leguminosae-Mimosoideae) - its natural history. Brittonia 41: 175–177.

–––. 1989. Los dos viajes botánicos de Harry A. Allard a la República Dominicana en 1945–1946 y 1947–1948. Moscosoa 5: 307–323.

–––. 1989. Bibliografía de la flora y de la vegetación de la Isla Española. III. Adiciones. Moscosoa 5: 340–348.

–––. & R. W. Read. 1989. Las expediciones botánicas de Joseph N. Rose a la República Dominicana (1913) y Haití (1918). Mosocsoa 5: 299–305.

Adams, R. P. & T. A. Zanoni. 1989. Essential oils of plants of Hispaniola: I. The volatile wood oil of Cinnamodendron ekmanii (Canellaceae). Moscosoa 5: 154–158.

–––. 1989.Bibliografía botánica del Caribe. II. Moscosoa 5: 349–374.

–––, M. Mejía, R. García & J. Pimentel B. 1989.La flora y la vegetación de la Isla Catalina, República Dominicana. Moscosoa 5: 28–54

––– & –––. 1989. Notas sobre la flora de la Isla Española. III. Moscosoa 5: 85–115.

–––, G. Hyvert, M. Meijía & C. Laurent. 1989. Usos y nombres de plantas en una zona rural de Haití. Moscosoa 5: 116–133.

Barneby, R. C. & T. A. Zanoni. 1989. Las Acacias (Acacia, Mimosaceae) de la Española: Dos especies nuevas, una mejor definida y una clave para todas, así las indígenas como las introducidas. Moscosoa 5: 4–27.

–––. 1989. Hispaniola, pp. 336–340. In: D. G. Campbell & H. D. Hammond (eds.), Floristic inventory of tropical countries: The status of plant systematics, collections and vegetation, plus recommendations for the future. The New York Botanical Garden: Bronx, New York.

Adams, R. P., C. E. Jarvis, V. Slane & T. A. Zanoni. 1990. Typification of Juniperus barbadensis L. and J. bermudiana L. and rediscovery of J. barbadensis from St. Lucía, BWI (Cupressaceae). Taxon 36: 441–445.

Darrow, W. K. & T. A. Zanoni. 1990. Hispaniolan pine (Pinus occidentalis Swartz): a little known sub-tropical pine of economic potential. Commonw. Forest. Rev. 69: 133–146, 259–271.

–––. 1990. The flora and vegetation of Pico Duarte and Loma La Pelona, Dominican Republic — "The top of the Caribbean". Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 64: 279–289.

–––. M. M. Mejía P., J. D. Pimentel B., & R. G. García G. 1990. La flora y la vegetación de las Islas La Matica y La Piedra, Distrito Nacional, República Dominicana. Moscosoa 6: 1–18.

–––. 1990. La flora y la vegetación de Loma Diego de Ocampo, Cordillera Septentrional, República Dominicana. Moscosoa 6: 19–45.

–––, M. .M. Mejía, J. D. Pimentel B. & R. G. García G. 1990. La flora y la vegetación de Los Haitises, República Dominicana. Moscosoa 6: 46–98.

–––, R. P. Adams & E. Jaime Miller. 1990. Essential oils of plants of Hispaniola: 2. The volatile leaf oil of Pinus occidentalis (Pinaceae). Moscosoa 6: 219–222.

Adams, R. P., T. A. Zanoni & E. Jaime Miller. 1990. Essential oil of plants of Hispaniola: 4. The volatile leaf oil of Plethadenia granulata (Rutaceae). Moscosoa 6: 223–225.

–––. 1990. Walter Jacob Eyerdam, colector de plantas y animales en Haití en 1927. Moscosoa 6: 226–241.

–––. 1990. Bibliografía botánica del Caribe. III. Moscosoa 6: 254–285.

–––.. 1991. The royal palm on the island of Hispaniola. Príncipes 35: 49–54.

––– & R. P. Adams. 1991. Essential oils of plants from Hispaniola: 5. The volatile leaf oil of Lepechinia urbanii (Briq.) Epling (Laminaceae). Flavour Fragr. J. 6: 75–77.

Tucker, A. O., M. J. Maciarello, R. P. Adams, L. R. Landrum & T. A. Zanoni. 1991. Volatile leaf oils of Caribbean Myrtaceae. I. Three varieties of Pimenta racemosa (Miller) J. Moore of the Dominican Republic and the commercial bay oil. J. Essential Oil. Res. 3: 323–329.

–––, M. J. Maciarello, R. P. Adams, L. R. Landrum & T. A. Zanoni. 1991. Volatile leaf oils of Caribbean Myrtaceae. III. Pimentia haitiensis (Urban) Landrum of the Dominican Republic. J. Essential Oil Res. 3: 471–473.

Stevenson, D. Wm. & T. A. Zanoni. 1991. Gnetaceae. Flora of the Guianas, Ser. A. 9: 12–18.

––– & –––. 1991. Pinaceae. Flora of the Guianas, Ser. A. 9: 19–22.

Hager, J. & T. A. Zanoni. 1993. La vegetación natural de la República Dominicana: una nueva clasificación. Moscosoa 7: 39–81.

Darrow, W. K. & T. A. Zanoni. 1991.El pino de La Española (Pinus occidentalis Swartz: un pino subtropical poco conocido de potencial económico. Moscosoa 7: 15–37.


–––. 1993. La flora y la vegetación del Pico Duarte y Loma La Pelona, República Dominicana. Moscosoa 7: 1–14.

–––. 1993. Bibliografía de la flora y la vegetación de la Isla Española. V. Adiciones. Moscosoa 7: 249–257.

–––. 1993. Bibliografía botánica del Caribe. IV. Moscosoa 7: 259–287

Nordenstam, B., R. Lundin, & T. A. Zanoni. 1994. .Herbaria of Olof Swartz and Erik L. Ekman at Stockholm (S). Fl. Greater Antill. Newsletter 5: 2–4.

–––. 1994. Bibliography of Caribbean Botany. 5. Fl. Greater Antill. Newsletter 5: 7–22.

–––. & R. G. García G. 1994. Casabitoa perfae (Euphorbiaceae) a new synonym of Picramnia dictyoneura (Simaroubaceae). Brittonia 46: 81– 82.

–––.. 1994. Bibliography of Caribbean Botany. 6. Fl. Greater Antill. Newsletter 6: 1–11

–––. & E. A. Whalen. 1995. A brief history of the Wellesley College Herbarium (WELC) and a list of its type specimens of vascular plants now deposited at The New York Botanical Garden Herbarium (NY). Brittonia 47: 147–155.

García, R., M. Mejía, & T. A. Zanoni. 1995. Composición florística y principales asociaciones vegetales en la Reserva Científica Ebano Verde, Cordillera Central, República Dominicana. Moscosoa 8: 86–130.

–––. 1995. What happened to all those provinces? Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 7: 3–7.

–––. 1995. Bibliography of Caribbean Botany. 7. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 7: 8–21.

–––. 1995. Bibliography of Caribbean Botany. 8. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 9: 5–24.

––– & R. G. García G. 1995 [1996]. Notes on the flora of Hispaniola. Ann. Carnegie Mus. 64: 255–265.

–––. 1996. Bibliography of Caribbean Botany, 9. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 10: 13–22.

–––. 1996. Bibliography of Caribbean botany, 10. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 11: 4–15.

–––. 1996. Bibliography of Caribbean botany. 10 . Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 11: 4–25.

–––. 1997. Bibliography of Caribbean botany. 11. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 12: 5–15.

Adams, R. P., T. A. Zanoni, A. Lara, A. F. Barrero & L. G. Cool. 1997. Comparison among Cupressus arizonica Green, C. benthamii Endl., C. lindleyi Klotzsch ex Endl. and C. lusitanica Mill. using leaf essential oils and DNA fingerprinting. J. Essential Oil Res. 303–309.

Zanoni, T. A. & E. Whalen. 1997. The herbarium of Paul A. Fryxell (pf) and U.S. Department of Agriculture, College Station Texas, integrated into The New York Botanical Garden Herbarium. Brittonia 49: 197–203.

–––. 1997. Bibliography of Caribbean botany. 12. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 13: 6–13.

–––. 1998. Bibliography of Caribbean botany. 13. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 14: 12–25.

Adams, R. P., T. A. van Beck, M. A. Posthumus, C. van der Haar & T. A. Zanoni. 1998. Essential leaf oil of Amyris diatrypa Sprengel from the Dominican Republic. J. Essential Oil Res. 10: 175–178.

Zanoni, T. A. 1999. Bibliography of Caribbean botany. 13. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 15: 5–11.

–––. 1999. Regional account: Caribbean Action Plan, pp. 59–62 in A. Farjon & C. N. Page (compliers), Conifers: Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Conifer Specialist Group. IUCN: Gland, Switzerland.

––– & W. R. Buck. 1999. Navassa Island and its flora: 2. Checklist of the vascular plants. Brittonia 51: 389–394.

–––. 2000 Bibliography of Caribbean botany. 14. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 16: 3–14.

–––. & W. R. Buck. 2000. Symposium: Flora of the Greater Antilles, 23-24 June 2000: program and abstracts. The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, New York. 36 pp. plus addendum of 1 p.

–––. 2001. Bibliography of Caribbean botany. 16.. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 17: 3–14.

–––. 2001. Bibliography of Caribbean botany. 17. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 18: 4–14.

–––. 2002. Bibliography of Caribbean botany. 18. Fl. Greater Antilles Newsletter 19: 5–20.

Ehn, M. & T. A. Zanoni. The herbarium and botanical art of Hendrik Elingsz van Rijgersma. Taxon 51: 513–520. [Related web site http://www.nrm.se/fbo/hist/rijgersma/list.html.en ].
Professional Activities:

Professional Society Membership (current, only)

American Fern Society

American Fern Society (New York Chapter)

American Society of Plant Taxonimists

International Association of Plant Taxonomist

Sociedad Mexicana de Botánica (life member)


Editorial positions

Moscosoa, botanical journal published by Jardín Botánico Nacional, República Dominicana. 1982–1993

Member of the Editorial Board and a Regional Coordinator of the Flora of the Greater Antilles. January 1992–present.

Book Review Editor, Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club. January 1994–January 1998.

Flora of the Greater Antilles Newsletter, co-editor, 1994–present. Issued by The New York Botanical Garden in paper copy and now also at http://www.nybg.org/bsci/fga/
Reviewer for scientific journals (recent years, only)

Acta Botánica Mexicana

Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden

Brittonia

Sida

Taxon


Willdenowia
Miscellaneous:

Consultant on plants, vegetation and conservation to the U. N. Development Program - UNESCO project Parc National Historique Citadelle, Haiti. 1985 and 1987

Visiting scientist, Department of Phanerogamic Botany, Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm. Collaborative projects on the herbarium of Olof Swartz and historical investigations on the botanist Erik L. Ekman, both collectors from Sweden to the Caribbean. Swedish counterparts: Bertil Nordenstam and Roger Lundin. Funded by a grant from the Swedish Institute. October–December, 1990, January–February, 1992, September - October 1994, December, 1996; May–June 2001; December 2002. [Related web site: http://www.nrm.se/fbo/hist/swartz/swartz.html.en]

Scientific Authority for Plants, CITES, Dominican Republic. Advisor to CITES Office, Departamento de Vida Silvestre, Secretaría de Estado de Agricultura. 1987–March 1993

Member, Conifer Specialist Group, Species Survival Commission, IUCN. 1991–present.

Council Member, Torrey Botanical Club, New York. March 1994–December 1998, March 2003–present; Program Chairman and Corresponding Secretary, March 2003–present

Participant, Index to American Botanical Literature. 1996–present, a project of The New York Botanical Garden, web site: http://www.nybg.org/bsci/iabl.html

Coordinator of the Symposium: Flora of the Greater Antilles Symposium 2000, which was held on 23–24 June 2000, at The New York Botanical Garden. Eighty people were registered for the two-day. Nine oral presentations formed the main portion of the conference and over 40 posters were exhibited in the two poster sessions.

Scientific Adviser, Jardín Botánico Nacional, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 2001–present.
Field Experience:

Extensive field work in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Navassa Island, and Puerto Rico. Collecting over 40,000 numbers of plant specimens. 1980–present.



Field collecting in Puerto Rico of bulk plant materials for pharmaceutical analyses. Institute of Economic Botany, The New York Botanical Garden. October–December, 1994.





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