Publications by the use of Yakushima Field Station in 2001

Last update: January 2009

Jounal articles

  1. Agetsuma N. (2001) Relation between age-sex classes and dietary selection of wild Japanese monkeys. Ecological Research, 16, 759-763.
  2. Aiba S. Hill D. A. Agetsuma N. (2001) Comparison between old-growth stands and secondary stands regenerating after clear-felling in warm-temperate forests of Yakushima, southern Japan. Forest Ecology And Management, 140, 163-175.
  3. Kanetani S. Akiba M. Nakamura K. Gyokusen K. Saito A. (2001) The process of decline of an endangered tree species, Pinus armandii Franch. Var. amamiana (Koidz.) Hatusima, on the southern slope of Mt. Hasa-dake in Yaku-shima Island. Journal of Forest Research, 6, 307-310.
  4. Matsubara M. Funakoshi M. (2001) Observation of a wild Japanese macaque mother pacifying her distressed infant with an acorn. Primates, 42, 171-173.
  5. Okayasu N. (2001) Contrast of estrus in accordance with social contexts between two troops of wild Japanese macaques on Yakushima. Anthropological Science, 109, 121-139.
  6. Otani T. (2001) Measuring fig foraging frequency of the Yakushima macaque by using automatic cameras. Ecological Research, 16, 49-54.
  7. Soltis J. Thomsen R. Takenaka O. (2001) The interaction of male and female reproductive strategies and paternity in wild Japanese macaques, Macaca fuscata. Animal Behaviour, 62, 485-494.

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  1. Ito M. (2001)(in Japanese) Graduation thesis, Kagoshima University.
  2. Matsubara M. (2001) Variation of Mating Costs in Wild Japanese Macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui) on Yakushima Island. Doctoral thesis, Kyoto University.
  3. Tanaka K. (2001)(in Japanese) Master thesis, Kyoto University.

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  1. Sugiura H. (2001) Vocal exchange of coo calls in Japanese macaques. Primate Origin of Human Cognition and Behavior (Ed. Matsuzawa T.), pp. 135-154. Tokyo, Japan: Springer-Verlag.

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Conference papers and proceedings

  1. Hill D.A. (2001) The mating system of Japanese macaques: frequently studied, only partially understood. Proceedings of the 4th Congress of the Gesellschaft fuer Anthropologie, Goettingen.
  2. Morino Mari. Suzuki Shigeru. Yamagiwa Juichi. (2001) Evaluation of the Food Plant Diversity for Yakushima Macaques. Global Change Open Science Conference (IGBP),

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