MORI Akio

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Name
MORI Akio
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Primate Research Institute, Department of Ecology & Social Behavior, Social Bahavior Section
Degree
Doctor of Science

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1974
Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Kyoto University
 
 
 - 
1966
Faculty of Science, Kyoto University
 

Misc

 
Signals found in the grooming interactions of wild Japanese monkeys of the Koshima troop.
Primates   16(2)    1975
Intra-troop spacing mechanism of the Japanese monkeys of the Koshima troop.
Primates   18(2)    1977
The social organization of the provisioned Japanese monkey troops which have extraordinary large population sizes
Journal of the Anthropological society of Nippon   85(4)    1977
Analysis of population changes by measurement of body weight in Koshima troop of Japanese monkeys.
Primates   20(3)    1979
Comparison of communicative vocalization and behaviors of group ranging in eastern gorllas, chimpanzees and pygmy chimpanzees.
Primates   24(4)    1983

Books etc

 
The story teller in the forest of Cameroon.
1992   
Changes of dominance rank among female Japanese monkeys of Koshima
1977   

Works

 
Socio-ecological research on the speciation process of baboon species in Etiopia.
1989 - 1992
Socio-ecological research on the primate community in the tropical rain forest of Cameroon.
1982 - 1988
Socio-ecological research of the Japanese monkey group living in the Koshima island.
1970 - 2003
Field Work : (18/9/1993-4/2/1994)Socio-ecological research on the speciation of baboon species in Ethiopia
Population genetics of hybridization of baboon species
1994 - 2003

Research Grants & Projects

 
Socio-ecological study on the speciation process of baboon species in Ethiopia and Saudi Arabia
Feeding and reproductive ecology on Japanese macaques