On this page I will put background material for subjects treated in the posts.
The most complete accounting of our TL2 Project with Lukuru Foundation is given in our numerous reports that we send to our principle supporters. These can be accessed through our reporting summary – linked here.
Below I give background material pertinent to various posts. If you want more information contact me at [email protected]
1978. John Hart. From subsistence to market: a case study of the Mbuti net hunters. Human Ecology. Vol.6. No.3. 325-353.
1979. John Hart. Nomadic hunters and village cultivators: a study of subsistence interdependence in the Ituri Forest of Zaire. Master’s thesis. Michigan State University.
1985. Terese Hart. The ecology of a single-species-dominant forest and of a mixed forest in Zaire, Africa. Phd dissertation. Michigan State University.
1986. Terese B. Hart and John A. Hart. The The ecological basis of hunter-gatherer subsistence in African rain forests: the Mbuti of eastern Zaire. Human Ecology. Vol 14. No 1. 29-55.
2010. HICKS, T., DARBY, L., HART, J., SWINKELS, J., JANUARY, N., MENKEN, S.. Trade in Orphans and Bushmeat Threatens One of The Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Most Important Populations of Eastern Chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes schweinfurthii). African Primates, North America.
2011. Terese and John Hart. Breaking the Bushmeat Cycle in Congo: a good news story. Swara. East African Wildlife Society 2011:1. 16-19
2014. Mirambo, Matthieu, John A Hart, Jeanne Mbey, Terese B Hart, Distribution, abundance and conservation of bonobo in Lomami National Park and Buffer Zone (french) ; University of Kisangani Centre de Surveillance de la Biodiversité, First International Conference on Biodiversity in the Congo Basin; June 6-10, 2014.
2014. Ayali, Pablo, John A Hart, Steven McPhee, Use of camera traps to discover and study wildlife in Lomami National Park and its buffer zone (French), University of Kisangani Centre de Surveillance de la Biodiversité, First International Conference on Biodiversity in the Congo Basin; June 6-10, 2014.