SUZUKI, Shigeru

1. Name / E-mail Address

SUZUKI, Shigeru / suzuki[at]

2. Proficient Languages (other than Japanese)


3. Educational Background

1987 BA, Kyoto University, Japan
1989 MA, Kyoto University, Japan
1997 D Sc, Kyoto University, Japan

4. Research Themes

Human Evolution
Conservation Biology

5. Courses Taught

  • Environmental Conservation
  • Introduction to Biological Anthropology
  • Nature and Culture
  • Environmental Anthropology

6. Academic Associations

  • Japan Primatological Society
  • Anthropological Society of Nippon
  • International Primatological Society

7. Recent Publications

  • Sugiura H, Agetsuma N. Suzuki S, 2002. Troop extinction and female fusion in wild Japanese macaques in Yakushima. Int. J. Primatol., 23: 69-84.
  • Suzuki S, Noma, N, Izawa K, 1998. Inter-annual variation of reproductive parameters and fruit food in two populations of Japanese macaques. Primates, 39: 313-324.
  • Suzuki S, Hill DA, Sprague DS, 1998. Intertroop transfer and dominance rank structure of male Japanese macaques in Yakushima, Japan. Int. J. Primatol., 19: 703-722.
  • Suzuki S, Kuroda S, Nishihara T. 1995. Tool-set for termite-fishing by chimpanzees in the Ndoki forest, Congo. Behaviour, 132: 219-235.

8. Links

This photo shows a day in the fieldwork course in Yakushima. Yakushima island is a world natural heritage site in Japan, where I have been studying wild Japanese macaques since 1986.

Shigeru SUZUKI

A female gorilla in the Moukalaba-Doudou National Park in Gabon (Africa), where I have been studying wild gorillas and chimpanzees in the tropical forest since 1997.

Shigeru SUZUKI