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Ecological Developmental Adaptability Life Sciences :
Ecological Dynamics

Research

Assistant Professor SUZUKI-OHNO Yukari
Campus Aobayama campus
Laboratory Ecological Integration
Tel +81-22-795-6696
E-mail yukari.ohno.d2@tohoku.ac.jp
Website https://sites.google.com/view/yukari-suzuki-ohno/home
Career
2020 to Present – Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Life Science, Tohoku University
2019 to 2020 – Academic Fellow, Center of Northeast Asian Studies, Tohoku University
2019 – Academic Fellow, Graduate School of Life Science, Tohoku University
2016 to 2019 – JSPS Research Fellow (RPD), Tohoku University
2014 to 2016 – Research Assistant, Graduate School of Life Science, Tohoku University
2010 to 2014 – JSPS Research Fellow (PD), Tohoku University
2006 to 2008 – Academic Fellow, Faculty of Science, Kyushu University
Selected Publications
Suzuki, Y., Kawaguchi, L. G., and Toquenaga, Y. (2007) Estimating nest locations of Bombus ardens from flower distribution and its quality. Ecological Research 22(2): 220-227.
 
Suzuki, Y., Kawaguchi, L. G., Munidasa, D. T., and Toquenaga, Y. (2009) Do bumble bee queens choose nest locations to maximize their foraging rate? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63: 1353-1362.
 
Suzuki-Ohno, Y., Inoue, M. N., and Ohno, K. (2010) Applying geographic profiling used in the field of criminology for predicting the nest locations of bumble bees. Journal of Theoretical Biology 265: 211-217.
 
Suzuki-Ohno, Y., Yokoyama, J., Nakashizuka, T., and Kawata, M. (2017) Utilization of photographs taken by citizens for estimating bumblebee distributions. Scientific Reports, 7, 11215

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