|Conservation・Reproductive physiology, Ethology
|Over the years, each animal has adapted to its environment and evolved species-specific reproductive patterns. How does a change in habitat affect their reproduction? is a major theme of my research from the viewpoints of endocrinology and ethology. Although I hve mainly focused on the ecological apex predator, felids, I've been involved in research on a wide variety of endangered species, including birds, terrestrial mammals, and marine mammals.
|Environmental Ecology I, Research Seminar on Ecology and Environment I-IV, Guided Research on Southeast Asian Area Studies I-III, Seminar on Asian and African Area Studies, Asian Area Studies On-site Seminar I-III