Mammal Study – Aims and scope –
Mammal Study (Print ISSN: 1343-4152, Online ISSN: 1348- 6160) is the international journal published quarterly by the Mammal Society of Japan. It publishes three types of contributions on all aspects of Mammalogy: Original paper, Short communication, and Review. Mammal Study especially encourages publications for the study of mammals in Asia.
Takuya Shimada (Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute, Japan)
News & Topics
- The following article has just been published online. "Mass Mortality of Wild Malayan Flying Lemurs (Galeopterus variegatus) and Its Underlying Causes” by Y. Tsuji and coauthors.
- The following article has just been published online. "Interspecific Feeding Association between Central Himalayan Langurs (Semnopithecus schistaceus) and Himalayan Black Bears (Ursus thibetanus), in a Temperate Forest of the Western Indian Himalayas” by H. Nautiyal and M. A. Huffman.
- The following article has just been published online. "Abundance, Habitat Conditions, and Conservation of the Largha Seal (Phoca largha) During the Past Half Century in the Bohai Sea, China” by H.-K. Yan and coauthors.
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