Publications by the use of Yakushima Field Station in 1994

Last update: January 2009

Jounal articles

  1. Hill D.A. (1994) Affiliative behaviour between males of the genus Macaca: the influence of sex ratio and group size. Behaviour, 130, 293-308.
  2. Hill D.A. Agetsuma N. Suzuki S. (1994) Preliminary survey of groups of macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui) in relation to logging history at seven sites in Yakushima, Japan. Primate Research, 10, 85-93.
  3. Hill D.A. van Hooff J.A.R.A.M. (1994) Affiliative relationships between adult males in groups of nonhuman primates - a summary. Behaviour, 130, 143-149.
  4. Takahata Y. Suzuki S. Okayasu N. Hill D. (1994) Troop Extinction And Fusion In Wild Japanese Macaques Of Yakushima Island, Japan. American Journal Of Primatology, 33, 317-322.

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  1. Sugiura Hideki. Masataka Nobuo. (1994) Flexibility in vocal behaviour (coo calls) in Japanese macaques. Current Primatology Vol.2, Social Development, Learning and Behaviour (Ed. Roeder J., Thierry B., Anderson J.R. Herrenschmidt N.), pp. 215-220: University of Louis Pasteur.

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Conference papers and proceedings

  1. Hill D.A. Ohsawa H. Agetsuma N. (1994) The Yakushima Wildlife Conservation Project. Asian Primates, 4, 5-6.
  2. Hill D.A. Agetsuma, N. (1994) Preliminary survey of Yakushima macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui) in relation to logging history at seven sites. XVth congress of the International Primatological Society,
  3. Sprague D. (1994) Furtive mating by visiting or low-ranking males among Yaku Macaques. American Association of Physical Anthropology, Denver.
  4. Sprague D. (1994) Transformations in Yakushima's forests as seen by satellite remote sensing and aerial photographs. Primate Society of Japan, Tokyo, Japan.

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