SANO Akira

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

Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

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


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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