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Tomiya Susumu

Tomiya Susumu
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Homepage URL  (1): http://www.cicasp.pri.kyoto-u.ac.jp/people/susumu-tomiya#
Research field  (3): Biodiversity and systematics ,  Evolutionary biology ,  Biogeoscience
Research keywords  (4): evolutionary biology ,  biodiversity ,  paleontology ,  mammalogy
Papers (11):
  • Susumu Tomiya, Shawn P. Zack, Michelle Spaulding, John J. Flynn. Carnivorous mammals from the middle Eocene Washakie Formation, Wyoming, USA, and their diversity trajectory in a post-warming world. Paleontological Society Memoir (Supplement to Journal of Paleontology 95). 2021. 82. 1-115
  • Susumu Tomiya, Lauren K Miller. Why aren't rabbits and hares larger?. Evolution. 2021. 75. 4. 847-860
  • Tomiya, Susumu, Morris, Zachary S. Reidentification of late middle Eocene "Uintacyon" from the Galisteo Formation (New Mexico, U.S.A.) as an early beardog (Mammalia, Carnivora, Amphicyonidae). Breviora. 2020. 567. 1. 1-12
  • Tomiya Susumu, Meachen Julie A. Postcranial diversity and recent ecomorphic impoverishment of North American gray wolves. BIOLOGY LETTERS. 2018. 14. 1
  • Susumu Tomiya, Zhijie Jack Tseng. Whence the beardogs? Reappraisal of the Middle to Late Eocene 'Miacis' from Texas, USA, and the origin of Amphicyonidae (Mammalia, Carnivora). ROYAL SOCIETY OPEN SCIENCE. 2016. 3. 10
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MISC (13):
  • Ashley W. Poust, Susumu Tomiya. An early nimravid (Carnivoramorpha) from the Eocene of California reveals a rapid dispersal of the hypercarnivorous guild. Meeting Program and Abstracts, 80th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. 2020
  • Susumu Tomiya, Shawn P. Zack, Michelle Spaulding, John J. Flynn. Carnivorous mammals from the middle Eocene Washakie Formation, Wyoming, U.S.A., and their diversity trajectory in a post-warming world. Meeting Program and Abstracts, 79th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. 2019. A507-A507
  • Tomiya Susumu, Meachen Julie A. Postcranial diversity and recent ecomorphic impoverishment of North American gray wolves (vol 14, 20170613, 2018). BIOLOGY LETTERS. 2019. 15. 2
  • Susumu Tomiya, Julie Meachen. Morphological variations in the limb bones of late-Quaternary gray wolves in North America. 2019. 42
  • Kathleen Bitterman, Susumu Tomiya, Cory M. Redman, Kacia Cain, Julie A. Meachen. Research experience in paleontology changes attitudes, improves science communication, and inspires high school students to pursue STEM careers. Meeting Program and Abstracts, 78th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology. 2018. 92A
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Lectures and oral presentations  (3):
  • Carnivorous mammals from the middle Eocene Washakie Formation, Wyoming, U.S.A., and their diversity trajectory in a post-warming world
    (79th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology 2019)
  • Morphological variations in the limb bones of late-Quaternary gray wolves in North America
    (168th Regular Meeting, Paleontological Soceity of Japan 2019)
  • Morphological integration of deciduous and permanent dentitions in carnivorans
    (11th International Congress on Vertebrate Morphology 2016)
Education (2):
  • 2006 - 2012 University of California, Berkeley Department of Integrative Biology
  • 2002 - 2006 Johns Hopkins University Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Professional career (1):
  • Ph.D. (University of California, Berkeley)
Work history (5):
  • 2019 - 現在 Kyoto University Primate Research Institute Center for International Collaboration and Advanced Studies in Primatology Program-specific Assistant Professor
  • 2020/04 - 2020/09 Chukyo University
  • 2017 - 2018 Des Moines University Department of Anatomy Postdoctoral researcher
  • 2013 - 2016 Field Museum of Natural History Geology Postdoctoral scholar
  • 2012 - 2013 University of California, Berkeley Department of Integrative Biology Lecturer
Association Membership(s) (3):
Society for the Study of Evolution ,  Society of Vertebrate Paleontology ,  PALAEONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
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