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日本哺乳類学会論文賞

日本哺乳類学会論文賞は、Mammal Studyに掲載された論文の中から、選考手続きを経て選ばれた優れた研究論文に授与されます。

2018年度(第10回)

・Chinatsu Kozakai, Yui Nemoto, Ami Nakajima, Shinsuke Koike, Naoki Ohnishi and Koji Yamazaki (2017) Influence of Food Availability on Matrilineal Site Fidelity of Female Asian Black Bears. Mammal Study 42 (4): 219-230

・Hiroko Wakabayashi, Satoshi Noda and Takashi Saitoh (2017) Intraspecific Variation in the Frequency of Multiple Paternity in the Japanese Wood Mouse (Apodemus speciosus). Mammal Study 42 (2):81-88

2017年度(第9回)

・Tomoyuki Namba and Satoshi D. Ohdachi: Top-down cascade effects of the long-clawed shrew (Sorex unguiculatus) on the soil invertebrate community in a cool-temperate forest. Mammal Study Vol. 41, pp. 119-130 (2016)

・Nozomi Kobayashi, Haruna Okabe, Isao Kawazu, Naoto Higashi, Hirokazu Miyahara, Hidehiro Kato and Senzo Uchida: Spatial distribution and habitat use patterns of humpback whales in Okinawa, Japan. Mammal Study Vol. 41, pp. 207-214 (2016)

2016年度(第8回)

・Kaori Murase, Reiko Horie, Masae Saito, Masaaki Koganezawa, Toshiyuki Sato and Koichi Kaji: Integrating Analyses of Population Genetics and Space-Time Information for Wildlife Management: An Empirical Study on Japanese Wild Boar Populations. Mammal Study Vol. 40, pp. 61-78 (2015)

2015年度(第7回)

・Jun J. Sato, Tsukasa Kawakami, Yurina Tasaka, Masaya Tamenishi and Yasunori Yamaguchi: A few decades of habitat fragmentation has reduced population genetic diversity: A case study of landscape genetics of the large Japanese field mouse, Apodemus speciosus. Mammal Study Vol.39, pp.1-10 (2014)

2014年度(第6回)

・Yasuhisa Nakajima and Hideki Endo: Comparative Humeral Microanatomy of Terrestrial, Semiaquatic, and Aquatic Carnivorans using Micro-Focus CT Scan. Mammal Study Vol.38, pp.1-8 (2013)

2013年度(第5回)

 ・Shinsuke H. Sakamoto, Satoshi N. Suzuki, Yousuke Degawa, Chihiro Koshimoto, and Ryo O. Suzuki: Seasonal habitat partitioning between sympatric terrestrial and semi-arboreal Japanese wood mice, Apodemus speciosus and A. argenteus in spatially heterogeneous environment. Mammal Study, Vol.37, pp.261-272 (2012)

 ・Akiko Takii, Shigeyuki Izumiyama and Makoto Taguchi: Partial migration and effects of climate on migratory movements of sika deer in Kirigamine Highland, central Japan. Mammal Study, Vol.37, pp.331-340 (2012)

2012年度(第4回)

 ・Chris Newman, You-Bing Zhou, Christina D. Buesching, Yayoi Kaneko and David W. Macdonald: Contrasting Sociality in Two Widespread, Generalist, Mustelid Genera, Meles and Martes. Mammal Study, Vol.36, pp.169-188 (2011)

 ・Satoko Yoshikura, Sachiko Yasui and Takashi Kamijo: Comparative Study of Forest-Dwelling Bats' Abundances and Species Richness between Old-Growth Forests and Conifer Plantations in Nikko National Park, Central Japan full access. Mammal Study, Vol.36, pp.189-198 (2011)

2011年度(第3回)

 ・Nikolai E. Dokuchaev, Naoki Kohno and Satoshi D. Ohdachi: Reexamination of Fossil Shrews (Sorex spp.) from the Middle Pleistocene of Honshu Island, Japan. Mammal Study, Vol.35, pp.157-168 (2010)

 ・Keiji Ochiai, Kayoko Susaki, Takashi Mochizuki, Yasuhiro Okasaka and Yusaku Yamada: Relationships among habitat quality, home range size, reproductive performance and population density: comparison of three populations of the Japanese serow (Capricornis crispus). Mammal Study, Vol.35, pp.265-276 (2010)

2010年度(第2回)

 ・Shinichi Watanabe: Factors Affecting the Distribution of the Leopard Cat Prionailurus bengalensis on East Asian Islands. Mammal Study, Vol.34, pp.201-207 (2009)

 ・Rika Matuo and Keiji Ochiai: Dietary Overlap Among Two Introduced and One Native Sympatric Carnivore Species, the Raccoon, the Masked Palm Civet, and the Raccoon Dog, in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Mammal Study, Vol.34, pp.187-194 (2009)

2009年度(第1回)

 ・Kazuhiko Satoh and Fumihiko Iwaku: Foramen magnum angle and its effect on visual field in two Apodemus murids. Mammal Study, Vol.33, pp.151-155 (2008)

 ・Masanobu Yoshio, Masahiko Asada, Keiji Ochiai, Koichi Goka, Kaori Murase, Tadashi Miyashita and Haruki Tatsuta: Spatially heterogeneous distribution of mtDNA haplotypes in a sika deer (Cervus nippon) population on the Boso Peninsula, central Japan. Mammal Study, Vol.33, pp.59-69 (2008)

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