Publications by the use of Yakushima Field Station in 1995

Last update: January 2009

Jounal articles

  1. Agetsuma N. (1995) Foraging synchrony in a group of Yakushima macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui). Folia Primatologica, 64, 167-179.
  2. Agetsuma N. (1995) Dietary Selection By Yakushima Macaques (Macaca-Fuscata Yakui) - The Influence Of Food Availability And Temperature. International Journal Of Primatology, 16, 611-627.
  3. Agetsuma N. (1995) Foraging Strategies Of Yakushima Macaques (Macaca-Fuscata Yakui). International Journal Of Primatology, 16, 595-609.
  4. Agetsuma N. Noma N. (1995) Rapid Shifting Of Foraging Pattern By Yakushima Macaques (Macaca-Fuscata-Yakui) In Response To Heavy Fruiting Of Myrica-Rubra. International Journal Of Primatology, 16, 247-260.
  5. Hill D. A. Agetsuma N. (1995) Supra-Annual Variation In The Influence Of Myrica-Rubra Fruit On The Behavior Of A Troop Of Japanese Macaques In Yakushima. American Journal Of Primatology, 35, 241-250.
  6. Hill D. A. Lucas P. W. Cheng P. Y. (1995) Bite Forces Used By Japanese Macaques (Macaca-Fuscata Yakui) On Yakushima Island, Japan To Open Aphid-Induced Galls On Distylium-Racemosum (Hamamelidaceae). Journal Of Zoology, 237, 57-63.
  7. Hill D. A. Okayasu N. (1995) Absence Of Youngest Ascendancy In The Dominance Relations Of Sisters In Wild Japanese Macaques (Macaca-Fuscata Yakui). Behaviour, 132, 367-379.
  8. Hill D.A. Agetsuma, N. (1995) The Yakushima Wildlife Conservation Project: Assessing the influence of habitat disturbance on the ecology of macaques and deer. Folia Primatologica, 64, 102.
  9. Hill D.A. Agetsuma, N. (1995) The Yakushima Wildlife Conservation Project: Assessing the influence of habitat disturbance on the ecology of macaques and deer. Primate Eye, 55, 17-18.
  10. Takahata Y. Koyama N. Suzuki S. (1995) Do The Old Aged Females Experience A Long Postreproductive Life-Span - The Cases Of Japanese Macaques And Chimpanzees. Primates, 36, 169-180.
  11. Takahata Y. Sprague D. Suzuki S. Okayasu N. (1995) Female competition, co-existence, and mating structure of wild Japanese macaques on Yakushima Island, Japan. Physiology and Ecology Japan, 29, 164-179.

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Theses

  1. Agetsuma N. (1995) Feeding ecology of Yakushima macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui) in warm-temperate forest of Yakushima island, Japan. Doctoral Dissertation, Kyoto University.
  2. Sugiura H. (1995) Temporal and Acoustic Flexibility in Vocal Exchanges of Coo Calls In Japanese Macaques. Doctoral thesis, The University of Tokyo.

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Books

  1. Sugiura Hideki. Masataka Nobuo. (1995) Temporal and acoustic flexibility in vocal exchanges of coo calls in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). Current Topics in Primate Vocal Communication (Ed. Zimmermann E., Newman J.D. Juergens U.), pp. 121-140: Plenum Press.

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Conference papers and proceedings

  1. Hill D.A. Agetsuma, N. (1995) The Yakushima Wildlife Conservation Project: Assessing the influence of habitat disturbance on the ecology of macaques and deer. Primate Society of Great Britain,
  2. Suzuki S. Hill D.A. Sprague D.S. (1995) Intertroop movements and dominance rank structure of male Japanese macaques in Yakushima, Japan. Primate Society of Great Britain-Spring Meeting, Edinburgh.

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