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SAGA6 in 2003

"The research, conservation, and animal welfare
on the African and Asian Great Apes"

13th to 15th November 2003

at University of Tokyo and Tama Zoo in Tokyo, Japan

Foreign participants:

Jane Goodall (Jane Goodall Institute, UK)
Debby Cox (Chimpanzee Sanctuary & Wildlife Conservation Trust, Uganda)
Ian Redmond (GrASP and The Ape Allianace, UK)
Roberto A. Delgado (The State University of New York, USA)
Jon Charles Coe (CLR design inc., USA)
Darma Jaya & Made Wedana (The Schmutzer Primate Center, Ragunan Zoo, Indonesia)

Jon Charles Coe, is a Landscape Architect with extensive experience in planning, landscape and exhibit design. With over 30 years of intense focus on zoo design, he is an expert on animal habitats and related botany. Mr. Coe has led many institutions to innovative approaches involving animal behavioral enrichment. He continues to publish numerous articles on exhibit design and theory, while designing and building exhibits for zoos and aquariums, nationally and internationally. His worldwide research safaris have created an extensive database and in depth knowledge of natural animal habitats.

Japanese participants:

Takeshi FURUICHI, Meiji-gakuin University
Yuzuru HAMAD, Kyoto University
Toshikazu HASEGAWA, University of Tokyo
Hisashi HASHIKAWA, Higashiyama Zoo
Chie HASHIMOTO, Kyoto University
Mike Huffman, Kyoto University
Gen'ichi IDANI, Hayashibara GARI
Hiroshi IHOBE, Sugiyama-jogakuen University
Hidetoshi KUROTORI, Tama Zoo
Tetsuro MATSUZAWA, Kyoto University
Masayuki NAKAMICHI, Osaka University
Michio NAKAMURA, Japan Monkey Center
Masato TAKEDA, Tennohji Zoo
Hideyo TSUTSUMI, Izu Saboten Park
Masaki TOMONAGA, Kyoto UNiversity
Shigeo UEHARA, Kyoto University
Toshifumi UDONO, Sanwa-Kagaku, Inc.
Yoshikazu UENO, Kyoto University
Jyuichi, YAMAGIWA, Kyoto University
Gen YAMAKOSHI, Kyoto UNIversity
Koichiro YOSHIHARA, Tama Zoo

Organizing committee:

Toshikazu, HASEGAWA, University of Tokyo
Koichiro YOSHIHARA, Tama Zoo
Hidetoshi KUROTORI, Tama Zoo
Hiroki NAGATA, Tama Zoo
Takeshi FURUICHI, Meiji-Gakuin University
Chie HASHIMOTO, Kyoto University
Yoshikazu UENO, Kyoto University
Rie AKAMI, University of Tokyo
Tomomi OCHIAI-OHIRA, University of Tokyo
Osamu KURASHIMA, University of Tokyo

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Copyright (C) 2002 SAGA

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