MORISAKA Tadamichi

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Name
MORISAKA Tadamichi
Affiliation
MIE
Job title
PD
Degree
Ph.D. (Science)(Kyoto University)

Research Areas

 

Education

 
 
 - 
2001
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Kyoto University
 
 
 - 
1999
Faculty of Integrated Human Studies, Kyoto University
 

Published Papers

 
Yoshida Y.M., Sakai M., Morisaka T., Wakabayashi I., Iwasaki M., Kasamatsu M., Seko A., Kohshima S., Akamatsu T.
Behavioural Processes   108 11-19   Sep 2014   [Refereed]
Commerson's dolphin (Cephalorhynchus commersonii), one of the smallest dolphin species, has been reported to produce only narrow-band high-frequency (NBHF) clicks and no whistles. To clarify their sound repertoire and examine the function of each ...
Kelkar Nachiket, Dey Subhasis, Deshpande Kadambari, Choudhary Sunil Kumar, Dey Sushant, Morisaka Tadamichi
MAMMAL REVIEW   48(3) 194-208   Jul 2018   [Refereed]
Yamamoto C., Taki M., Furuta K., Morisaka T.
PLoS ONE   9(9)    Sep 2014   [Refereed]
Several terrestrial animals and delphinids manipulate objects in a tactile manner, using parts of their bodies, such as their mouths or hands. In this paper, we report that bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) manipulate objects not by direct ...
Mishima Yuka, Morisaka Tadamichi, Mishima Yuki, Sunada Tadashi, Miyamoto Yoshinori
AQUATIC MAMMALS   44(5) 538-554   2018   [Refereed]
GRIDLEY Tess, GRIDLEY Tess, COCKCROFT Victor G., HAWKINS Elizabeth R., BLEWITT Michelle Lemon, MORISAKA Tadamichi, JANIK Vincent M.
Marine Mammal Science   30(2) 512-527   Aug 2014   [Refereed]

Misc

 
MORISAKA TADAMICHI
The Japanese Journal of Animal Psychology   57(1) 41-51   Jun 2007
Cetaceans, including whales, dolphins, and porpoises, are mammals that live in aquatic environments far different from those of our terrestrial world. Recent studies have revealed that cetaceans have complex societies and cognitive abilities, comp...
MORISAKA TADAMICHI, SHINOHARA MASANORI, NAKAHARA FUMIO, AKAMATSU TOMONARI
Fisheries Science   71(3) 568-576   Jun 2005

Research Grants & Projects

 
Geographical variations on the whistles of the Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin(┣DBTursiops aduncus(/)-┫DB) populations
Basic Science Research Program
Early Developments and Functions of the sounds produced by neonatal Bottlenose Dolphin(┣DBTursiops truncatus(/)-┫DB)
Basic Science Research Program
Evolution of sounds produced by odontocetes
Basic Science Research Program
Project Year: 2004