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Triple oxygen isotopes in biogenic and sedimentary carbonates
BH Passey, H Hu, H Ji, S Montanari, S Li, GA Henkes, NE Levin
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 141, 1-25, 2014
1222014
A combined evidence phylogenetic analysis of Anguimorpha (Reptilia: Squamata)
JL Conrad, JC Ast, S Montanari, MA Norell
Cladistics 27 (3), 230-277, 2011
1162011
The evolution of cranial form and function in theropod dinosaurs: insights from geometric morphometrics
SL Brusatte, M Sakamoto, S Montanari, WEH Harcourt Smith
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25 (2), 365-377, 2012
1082012
Phosphorus export from a restored wetland ecosystem in response to natural and experimental hydrologic fluctuations
M Ardon, S Montanari, JL Morse, ES Bernhardt
AMER GEOPHYSICAL UNION, 2010
912010
Isotopic ordering in eggshells reflects body temperatures and suggests differing thermophysiology in two Cretaceous dinosaurs
RA Eagle, M Enriquez, G Grellet-Tinner, A Pérez-Huerta, D Hu, T Tütken, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 8296, 2015
732015
Phylogenetic corrections for morphological disparity analysis: new methodology and case studies
SL Brusatte, S Montanari, H Yi, MA Norell
Paleobiology 37 (1), 1-22, 2011
692011
Pliocene paleoenvironments of southeastern Queensland, Australia inferred from stable isotopes of marsupial tooth enamel
S Montanari, J Louys, GJ Price
PLoS One 8 (6), e66221, 2013
462013
Dinosaur eggshell and tooth enamel geochemistry as an indicator of Mongolian Late Cretaceous paleoenvironments
S Montanari, P Higgins, MA Norell
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 370, 158-166, 2013
382013
Paleogenomics illuminates the evolutionary history of the extinct Holocene “horned” crocodile of Madagascar, Voay robustus
E Hekkala, J Gatesy, A Narechania, R Meredith, M Russello, ML Aardema, ...
Communications biology 4 (1), 505, 2021
272021
Discrimination factors of carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes from diet to hair and scat in captive tigers (Panthera tigris) and snow leopards (Uncia uncia)
S Montanari, G Amato
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 29 (11), 1062-1068, 2015
242015
Cracking the egg: the use of modern and fossil eggs for ecological, environmental and biological interpretation
S Montanari
Royal Society Open Science 5 (6), 180006, 2018
222018
Evolutionary divergence and convergence in shape and size within African antelope proximal phalanges
J Louys, S Montanari, T Plummer, F Hertel, LC Bishop
Journal of Mammalian Evolution 20, 239-248, 2013
212013
Discrimination factors of carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes in meerkat feces
S Montanari
PeerJ 5, e3436, 2017
152017
Variation of osteocyte lacunae size within the tetrapod skeleton: implications for palaeogenomics
S Montanari, SL Brusatte, W De Wolf, MA Norell
Biology letters 7 (5), 751-754, 2011
152011
A new dromaeosaurid from the Late Cretaceous Khulsan locality of Mongolia
AH Turner, S Montanari, MA Norell
American Museum Novitates 2020 (3965), 1-48, 2021
142021
Teaching biodiversity & evolutionary biology in a North American marine coastal environment
S Kvist, SA Montanari, H Yi, B Fuks, ME Siddall
The american biology Teacher 73 (2), 72-77, 2011
122011
Feeding ecology and population delineation of south‐eastern Atlantic and south‐western Indian Ocean humpback whales using stable isotope analysis
S Montanari, F Kershaw, HC Rosenbaum
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30 (3), 486-496, 2020
72020
Ancient DNA solves the mystery of the extinct horned crocodile from Madagascar
ER Hekkala, M Ardema, S Montanari, M Norell, GA Amato
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 57, E287-E287, 2017
22017
Paleobiology, paleoecology, and morphology of vertebrates: new approaches to old questions
SA Montanari
Richard Gilder Graduate School at the American Museum of Natural History, 2012
12012
Dietary inferences of protoceratopsian dinosaurs from the late cretaceous of Mongolia based on stable isotope geochemistry
S Montanari, M Norell
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 31, 160-161, 2011
12011
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