|Changes of shell microstructural characteristics of Cerastoderma edule (Bivalvia)—A novel proxy for water temperature|
S Milano, BR Schöne, R Witbaard
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 465, 395-406, 2017
|Transgenerational acclimation to seawater acidification in the Manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum: Preferential uptake of metabolic carbon|
L Zhao, F Yang, S Milano, T Han, EO Walliser, BR Schöne
Science of the Total Environment 627, 95-103, 2018
|Impact of high pCO2 on shell structure of the bivalve Cerastoderma edule|
S Milano, BR Schöne, S Wang, WE Müller
Marine environmental research 119, 144-155, 2016
|Effects of cooking on mollusk shell structure and chemistry: Implications for archeology and paleoenvironmental reconstruction|
S Milano, AL Prendergast, BR Schöne
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 7, 14-26, 2016
|The effects of environment on Arctica islandica shell formation and architecture|
S Milano, G Nehrke, AD Wanamaker Jr, I Ballesta-Artero, T Brey, ...
Biogeosciences 14 (6), 1577-1591, 2017
|Bivalve shell formation in a naturally CO2-enriched habitat: Unraveling the resilience mechanisms from elemental signatures|
L Zhao, S Milano, EO Walliser, BR Schöne
Chemosphere 203, 132-138, 2018
|Drivers of shell growth of the bivalve, Callista chione (L. 1758)–Combined environmental and biological factors|
A Purroy, S Milano, BR Schöne, J Thébault, M Peharda
Marine environmental research 134, 138-149, 2018
|Environmental and biological factors influencing trace elemental and microstructural properties of Arctica islandica shells|
I Ballesta-Artero, L Zhao, S Milano, R Mertz-Kraus, BR Schöne, ...
Science of the total environment 645, 913-923, 2018
|Oxygen Isotope Composition of Arctica islandica Aragonite in the Context of Shell Architectural Organization: Implications for Paleoclimate Reconstructions|
T Trofimova, S Milano, C Andersson, FGW Bonitz, BR Schöne
Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 19 (2), 453-470, 2018
|A review of transgenerational effects of ocean acidification on marine bivalves and their implications for sclerochronology|
L Zhao, K Shirai, K Tanaka, S Milano, T Higuchi, N Murakami-Sugihara, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 235, 106620, 2020
|Trace elemental alterations of bivalve shells following transgenerational exposure to ocean acidification: Implications for geographical traceability and environmental …|
L Zhao, S Milano, K Tanaka, J Liang, Y Deng, F Yang, EO Walliser, ...
Science of The Total Environment 705, 135501, 2020
|Microstructures in relation to temperature-induced aragonite-to-calcite transformation in the marine gastropod Phorcus turbinatus|
S Milano, G Nehrke
PloS one 13 (10), e0204577, 2018
|Heating mollusc shells-A radiocarbon and microstructure perspective from archaeological shells recovered from Kalba, Sharjah Emirate, UAE|
S Lindauer, S Milano, A Steinhof, M Hinderer
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 21, 528-537, 2018
|Mollusk carbonate thermal behaviour and its implications in understanding prehistoric fire events in shell middens|
S Milano, S Lindauer, AL Prendergast, EA Hill, CO Hunt, G Barker, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 20, 443-457, 2018
|Environmental conditions framing the first evidence of modern humans at Tam Pà Ling, Laos: A stable isotope record from terrestrial gastropod carbonates|
S Milano, F Demeter, JJ Hublin, P Duringer, E Patole-Edoumba, ...
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 511, 352-363, 2018
|Oxygen and carbon stable isotopes of Mytilus galloprovincialis Lamarck, 1819 shells as environmental and provenance proxies|
S Milano, BR Schöne, I Gutiérrez-Zugasti
The Holocene 30 (1), 65-76, 2020
|Lacustrine molluscan carbonates: An interspecific approach toward the understanding of palaeoenvironmental conditions during the Holsteinian Interglacial (MIS 11) using δ18O …|
S Milano, M Szymanek
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 530, 49-58, 2019
|The last battle of Anne of Brittany: solving mass grave through an interdisciplinary approach (paleopathology, anthropobiology, history, multiple isotopes and radiocarbon dating)|
R Colleter, C Bataille, S Milano, H Dabernat, M Trost, M Marchal, ...
|Environmental conditions at the Last Interglacial (Eemian) site Neumark‐Nord 2, Germany inferred from stable isotope analysis of freshwater mollusc opercula|
S Milano, E Pop, W Kuijper, W Roebroeks, S Gaudzinski‐Windheuser, ...
Boreas 49 (3), 477-487, 2020
|Neonatal line may develop after birth in the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops aduncus)|
CM Kemper, S Milano, AC Ciraolo
Canadian Journal of Zoology 97 (8), 685-695, 2019