SANO Akira

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Name
SANO Akira
Affiliation
Mie Prefectural Museum
Degree
Doctor of science(Kanazawa University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1987
   
 
Mie Prefectural Forestry Research Center (engineer)
 
1999
   
 
Mie Prefectural Science and Technology Promotion Center,
 
 
   
 
Forestry Research Center (chief researcher)
 
2001
   
 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1982
Kanazawa University
 

Published Papers

 
SANO Akira
Japanese Journal of Conservation Ecology   22 383-389   Nov 2017
Bats in artificial caves
SANO Akira
Wildlife Forum   22(1) 6-8   2017
Distributional records of bats in Mie Prefecture, central Japan
Sano, A.
Mie Prefectural Research Bulletin   2 9-29   2016   [Refereed]
Ueda,M., Shibata, E., Fukuda, H., Sano, A. and Waguchi, Y.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research   44 1133-1137   2014   [Refereed]
Sano, A
Mammalian Science   50 37-41   2010   [Refereed]
Does pruning operation attract sika deer, Cervus nippon, and cause debarking damage to coniferous plantations?
Sano, A.
Mammalian Science   49 61-64   2009   [Refereed]
Bats and the Mining Safety Act
Sano, A., Teranishi, T., Egami, Y. and Shimizu, Z.
Wildlife Forum   9 91-95   2004   [Refereed]
War-related sites as the day-roost of cave-dwelling bats
Sano, A.
Wildlife Forum   8 93-99   2003   [Refereed]
Distribution of wild Japanese macaques in Shimagahara Village, Mie Prefecture: the present state 20 years after the extermination
Sano, A.
Primate Research   18(233-237)    2002
Use of tree cavities by Japanese bats
Sano, A.
J. Tree Health   6(21-24)    2002
Burrowing behavior of the Japanese large-footed bat, Myotis macrodactylus
Sano, A.
Mammalian Science   41(83-86)    2001
A population study of the Japanese greater horseshoe bat, Rhinolophus ferrumequinum, in the Izumo mines, Ishikawa Prefecture Japan
Sano, A.
Bull. Mie Pref. For. Res. Ctr   13(1-68)    2001
Distribution of four cave-dwelling bat species in Ishikawa Prefecture, with reference to utilization of roosts
Sano, A.
Mammalian Science   40(167-173)    2000

Books etc

 
The Wild Mammals of Japan 2nd edition
SANO Akira (Part:Contributor)
Shoukadoh Book Sellers   Jul 2015   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Structure of the maternity population and reproductive traits in the Japanese greater horseshoe bat
Ninth International Mammalogical Congress   2005   
Utilization of the symbiotic fungus propagated in host-tree before oviposition by a woodwasp, Urocerus japonicus (Hymenoptera:Siricidae)
IUFRO Kanazawa 2003   2003   
Propagation of Urocerus japonicus, a woodwasp with a fungal symbiont, in old felled Japanese cedar trees.
The Mycological Society of America & The Mycological Society of Japan Joint Meeting 2005   2005   

Research Grants & Projects

 
1. Control of agricultural damage caused by sika deer 2. Reproductive strategies in the temperate bats
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