Publications by the use of Yakushima Field Station in 2007

Last update: January 2009

Jounal articles

  1. Agetsuma N. (2007) Ecological function losses caused by monotonous land use induce crop raiding by wildlife on the island of Yakushima, southern Japan. Ecological Research, 22, 390-402.
  2. Aiba S. Hanya G. Tsujino R. Takyu M. Seino T. Kimura K. Kitayama K. (2007) Comparative study of additive basal area of conifers in forest ecosystems along elevational gradients. Ecological Research, 22, 439-450.
  3. Hanya G. Kiyono M. Hayaishi S. (2007) Behavioral thermoregulation of wild Japanese macaques: Comparisons between two subpopulations. American Journal Of Primatology, 69, 802-815.
  4. Hanya G. Kiyono M. Takafumi H. Tsujino R. Agetsuma N. (2007) Mature leaf selection of Japanese macaques: effects of availability and chemical content. Journal Of Zoology, 273, 140-147.
  5. Horiuchi S. (2007) Social relationships of male Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) in different habitats: a comparison between Yakushima island and Shimokita peninsula populations. Anthropological Science, 115, 63-65.
  6. Kawamoto Y. Shotake T. Nozawa K. Kawamoto S. Tomari K. Kawai S. Shirai K. Morimitsu Y. Takagi N. Akaza H. Fujii H. Hagihara K. Aizawa K. Akachi S. Oi T. Hayaishi S. (2007) Postglacial population expansion of Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) inferred from mitochondrial DNA phylogeography. Primates, 48, 27-40.
  7. Sugiura Hideki (2007) Effects of proximity and behavioral context on acoustic variation in the coo calls of Japanese macaques. American Journal of Primatology, 69, 1412-1424.
  8. Sugiura Hideki (2007) Adjustment of temporal call usage during vocal exchange of coo calls in Japanese macaques. Ethology, 113, 528-533.
  9. Tanaka K. (2007) Thermal biology of a colour-dimorphic snake, Elaphe quadrivirgata, in a montane forest: do melanistic snakes enjoy thermal advantages? Biological Journal Of The Linnean Society, 92, 309-322.
  10. Tanaka K. Mori A. (2007) Quantitative evaluation of individual snake coloration by use of principal components analysis with variable selection. Current Herpetology, 26, 117-137.
  11. Toju H. (2007) Interpopulation Variation in Predator Foraging Behaviour Promotes the Evolutionary Divergence of Prey. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20, 1544-1553.
  12. Tsujino R. Yumoto T. (2007) Spatial distribution patterns of trees at different life stages in a warm temperate forest. Journal Of Plant Research, 120, 687-695.

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Theses

  1. Nishikawa M. (2007)(in Japanese) Master thesis, Kyoto University.
  2. Toju H. (2007) Arms Race of the Japanese Camellia and the Camellia Weevil. Doctoral thesis, Kyushu University.

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Books

  1. Agetsuma N. (2007) Ecological function losses caused by monotonous land use induce crop raiding by wildlife on the island of Yakushima, southern Japan. Sustainability and diversity of forest ecosystems. An interdisciplinary approach (Ed. Nakashizuka Tohru.), pp. 33-45. Tokyo: Springer.
  2. Sprague D. (2007) Identifying farms vulnerable to wildlife damage in Yakushima Island. Agricultural Remote Sensing Handbook, Japanese Agricultural Systems Society (in Japanese) (Ed., pp. II79-II81.

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Conference papers and proceedings

  1. Hayaishi S. (2007) Population structure of Japanese macaques on Yakushima Island under the heterogeneous habitats. 21st Pacific Science Congress, Okinawa, Japan.
  2. Matsubara Miki. Tatsuzawa Shirow. Hanya Goro. Nishikawa Mari. (2007) Effect of mass mortality of Japanese macaques on demography of Japanese deer in Yakushima. 21st Pacific Science Congress, Okinawa, Japan.
  3. Schubert R. McGraw W. S. (2007) Testing the association between limb anatomy, positional behavior and habitat structure of Macaca fuscata from Yakushima and Kinkazan Islands. American Journal Of Physical Anthropology,
  4. Tarnaud L. (2007) Intense behavioural observation in two age-classes of free ranging young Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui) in foraging context. Congress of Primate Society of Japan, Hikone, Japan.
  5. Toju H. (2007) Spatial Scales of Coevolutionary Arms Races. Evolution 2007, Christchurch Convention Center, Christchurch, New Zealand.

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