Reiko T. Kono

Presentations in academic conferences

  • Takai M, Zhang Y, Jin C, Wang W, Kono RT (2015) Changes in the composition of the Pleistocene primate fauna in southern China. (presented at INQUA XIX Congress 2015, Nagoya)
  • Kono RT, Zhang Y, Jin C, Takai M, Wang W, Harrison T (2014) Size trend of the Gigantopithecus blacki tooth fossils from the Pleistocene cave deposits in southern China. (presented at the International Symposium on Paleoanthropology in Commemoration of the 85th Anniversary of the Discovery of the First Skull of Peking Man, Beijing)
  • Kono RT, Zhang Y, Jin C, Takai M, Wang W, Harrison T (2014) Size trend of the large hominoid tooth fossils from the Pleistocene cave deposits in southern China. (presented at the International Primatological Society XXV Congress, Hanoi)
  • Kono RT, Zhang YQ, Jin CZ, Takai M, Suwa G (2012) 3D analysis of enamel distribution on the molars of large hominoids with special focus on Gigantopithecus blacki. (presented at Sino-African Forum of Paleoanthropology, Beijing)
  • Kono RT, Sakura H, Kaifu Y. (2011) Early modern human remains from Pinza-abu, Miyako Island, southwestern Japan. (presented at the International Symposium of the Emergence and Diversity of Modern Human Behavior in Palaeolithic Asia, Tokyo, November, 2011)
  • Kubo D, Kono RT, Suwa G. (2011) Endocranial volume and morphology of the Minatogawa I and IV Late Pleistocene Homo sapiens from Okinawa Island. (presented at the International Symposium of the Emergence and Diversity of Modern Human Behavior in Palaeolithic Asia, Tokyo, November, 2011)
  • Kono RT, Suwa G (2010) Hominoid molar crown morphology and enamel distribution. (presented at the International Primatological Society XXIII Congress, Kyoto, September, 2010)
  • Kono RT, Suwa G (2009) Molar crown morphology and enamel distribution of the extant hominoids: possible links between morphology and diet. (presented at the International Symposium on Paleoanthropology in Commemoration of the 80th Anniversary of the Discovery of the First Skull of Peking Man, Beijing, October, 2009)