Peer-reviewte Publikationen

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    (In review) Carter JG, Petit RE, Harries PJ, Biakov AS, Bogan AE, Campbell M, Via Carter CE, Chang-Schöne W-R, Coan EV, Cope JCW, Cummings K, Dijkstra HH, Fang Z, Gocharova IA, Guzhov AV, Kleemann K, Koppka J, Kříž J, Malchus N, Mandic O, Mayer C, Naumov AD, Nevesskaja LA, Popov S, Thomas R, Sánchez T, Schöne BR, Signorelli JH, Steuber T, Silantiev VV, Stanley SM, Waterhouse JB, Watters T and Yancey TE. Annotated Bibliography of the Bivalvia.

    (In review) Richiano S, Castellanos I, Aguirre M, Schöne BR, Davies K and Farinati E. Neoichnology at the end of the world: Predatory gastropods at Magellan Strait. Marine and Freshwater Research.

    (In review) Burchell M, Stopp MP, Cannon A, Hallmann N and Schöne BR. Determining seasonality of mussel collection from an early historic Inuit site, Labrador, Canada: Comparing thin-sections with high-resolution stable oxygen isotope analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports.

    (In review) Aguirre ML, Richiano S, Dettmann DL, Schöne BR, Panarello H, Weber T, Donato M, Castellanos I, Davies K, Medina R and Farinati EA. Nearshore molluscan windows on Late Quaternary palaeoclimate/palaeoceanographical changes along Patagonia. Marine Geology.

    (In review) Purroy A, Milano S, Schöne BR, Thébault J and Peharda M. Drivers of shell growth in the bivalve Callista chione (L. 1758) – interplay of environmental and biological factors. Marine Environmental Research.

    (In review) García-Escárzaga A, Gutiérrez-Zugasti I, Schöne BR, Cobo A, Martín-Chivelet J and González-Morales MR. Growth patterns of the topshell Phorcus lineatus (da Costa, 1778) in northern Iberia deduced from shell sclerochronology. Chemical Geology.

    (In review) Walliser EO, Mertz R and Schöne BR. The giant inoceramid Platyceramus platinus as a high-resolution paleoclimate archive for the Late Cretaceous of the Western Interior Seaway. Cretaceous Research.

    (In review) Vignols RM, Valentine AM, Finlayson AG, Harper EM, Schöne BR, Leng MJ, Sloane HJ and Johnson ALA. Taxic and isotopic composition of the Coralline Crag biota (Pliocene, eastern England): implications for water temperature during deposition and for ecological uniformitarianism. Chemical Geology.

    (In review) Milano S, Lindauer S, Prendergast A, Hill E, Hunt CO, Barker G and Schöne BR. A method to determine cooking temperatures from archaeological mollusk shells: implications for understanding human subsistence strategies. Quaternary International.

    (In review) Esper J, Holzkämper S, Büntgen U, Schöne BR, Keppler F, Hartl-Meier C, St. George S and Treydte K. Site-specific climatic signals in stable isotope records from Swedish pine forests. Trees.

    (In review) Poitevin P, Thébault J, Schöne BR, Jolivet A, Lazure P and Chauvaud L. An alternative method for bivalve age and growth rate determinations based on internal growth lines in ligament cross-sections – The case of the Atlantic surfclam Spisula solidissima. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.

    (In review) Hansen M, Scholz D, Schöne BR and Spötl C. Simulating speleothem growth in the laboratory part I: Determination of the stable carbon isotope fractionation between DIC and CaCO3. Chemical Geology.

    (In review) Hansen M, Scholz D, Schöne BR and Spötl C. Simulating speleothem growth in the laboratory part II: Determination of the stable oxygen isotope fractionation between DIC, CaCO3 and H2O. Chemical Geology.

    (In review) Purroy A, Milano S, Peharda M, Schöne BR and Thébault J. Drivers of shell growth of the bivalve, Callista chione (L. 1758) – Combined environmental and biological factors. Chemical Geology.

    (In review) Zhao L, Yang F, Milano S, Han T, Walliser E and Schöne BR. Transgenerational acclimation to seawater acidification in the Manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum: Preferential uptake of metabolic carbon facilitates shell formation. Science of the Total Environment.

    (In review) Vignols RM, Valentine AM, Finlayson AG, Harper EM, Schöne BR, Leng MJ, Sloane H and Johnson ALA. Marine climate and hydrography during deposition of the Coralline Crag (early Pliocene, UK): isotopic evidence from 16 benthic invertebrate taxa. Chemical Geology.

    (147) Trofimova T, Milano S, Andersson C, Bonitz F and Schöne BR 2018. Oxygen isotope composition of Arctica islandica aragonite in the context of shell architectural organization - implication for paleoclimate reconstructions. Geochemistry, Geophysics, and Geosystems, accepted.

    (146) Peharda Uljevic M, Thébault J, Markulin K, Schöne BR, Janeković I and Chauvaud L. Contrasting shell growth strategies in two Mediterranean bivalves revealed by oxygen-isotope ratio geochemistry: the case of Pecten jacobaeus and Glycymeris pilosa. Chemical Geology, accepted.

    (145) [pdf] Prendergast AL, Versteegh EAA and Schöne BR 2017. New research on the development of high-resolution palaeoenvironmental proxies from geochemical properties of biogenic carbonates. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 484, 1-6.

    (144) [pdf] Tanabe K, Miyaji T, Sugihara N, Mimura T, Shirai K, Schöne BR and Kubota K 2017. Interannual to decadal variability of summer sea surface temperature in the Sea of Okhotsk recorded in the shell growth history of Stimpson’s hard clams (Mercenaria stimpsoni). Global and Planetary Change 157, 35-47.

    (143) [pdf] von Leesen G, Beierlein L, Scarponi D, Schöne BR and Brey T 2017. A low seasonality scenario in the Mediterranean Sea during the Calabrian (Early Pleistocene) inferred from fossil Arctica islandica shells. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 485, 706-714.

    (142) [pdf] Piermattei A, Urbinati C, Tonelli E, Eggertsson O, Levanič T, Kaczka R, Andrew C, Schöne BR and Büntgen U 2017. Potential and limitation of combining terrestrial and marine growth records from Iceland. Global and Planetary Change 155, 213-224.

    (141) [pdf] Hansen M, Scholz D, Froeschmann M-L, Schöne BR and Spötl C 2017. Carbon isotope exchange between cave air and thin solution films on speleothem surfaces: Artificial cave experiments and a complete diffusion-reaction model. Geochimica et Cosmochmica Acta 211, 28-47

    (140) [pdf] Walliser EO, Lohmann G, Niezgodzki I and Schöne BR 2017. Inter-annual climate variability in Europe during the Oligocene Icehouse. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 475, 140-153.

    (139) [pdf] Marchais V, Jolivet A, Hervé S, Roussel S, Schöne BR, Grall J, Chauvaud L and Clavier J 2017. New tool to elucidate the diet of the ormer Haliotis tuberculata (L.): Digital shell color analysis. Marine Biology 164, 71, doi:10.1007/s00227-017-3103-3.

    (138) [pdf] Gutierrez I, Suárez-Revilla R, Clarke L, Schöne BR, Bailey G and Gonzáles-Morales 2017. Shell oxygen isotope values and sclerochronology of the limpet Patella vulgata Linnaeus 1758 from northern Iberia: implications for the reconstruction of past seawater temperatures. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 475, 162-175 (and reprint in 484, 48-61).

    (137) [pdf] Prendergast AL and Schöne BR 2017. Oxygen isotopes from limpet shells: implications for palaeothermometry and seasonal shellfish foraging studies in the Mediterranean. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 484, 33-47.

    (136) [pdf] Zhao L, Walliser EO, Mertz-Kraus R and Schöne BR 2017. Unionid shells (Hyriopsis cumingii) record manganese cycling at the sediment-water interface in a shallow eutrophic lake in China (Lake Taihu). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 484, 97-108.

    (135) open access Milano S, Nehrke G, Wanamaker Jr AD, Ballesta-Artero I, Brey T and Schöne BR 2017. The effects of environment on Arctica islandica shell formation and architecture. Biogeosciences 14, 1577-1591.

    (134) open access Casella LA, Griesshaber E, Yin X, Ziegler A, Mavromatis V, Müller D, Ritter A-C, Hippler D, Harper EM, Dietzel M, Immenhauser A, Schöne BR, Angiolini L and Schmahl WW 2017. Experimental diagenesis: Insights into aragonite to calcite transformation of Arctica islandica shells by hydrothermal treatment. Biogeosciences 14, 1461-1491

    (133) [pdf] Füllenbach CS, Schöne BR, Shirai K, Takahata N, Ishida A and Sano Y 2017. Minute co-variations of Sr/Ca ratios and microstructures in the aragonitic shell of Cerastoderma edule (Bivalvia) – Are geochemical variations at the ultra-scale masking potential environmental signals? Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 205, 256-271.

    (132) Dassié E, DeLong K, Kilbourne H, Williams B, Abram N, Brenner L, Brahmi C, Cobb K, Corrège T, Dissard D, Emile-Geay J, Evangelista H, Evans M, Farmer J, Felis T, Gagan M, Gillikin D, Goodkin N, Khodri M, Lavagnino AC, LaVigne M, Lazareth C, Linsley B, Lough J, McGregor H, Nurhati I, Ouellette G, Perrin L, Raymo M, Rosenheim B, Sanstrom M, Schöne BR, Sifeddine A, Stevenson S, Thompson DM, Waite A, Wanamaker A and Wu H 2017. Saving our marine archives. EOS Transactions 98, doi:10.1029/2017EO068159.

    (131) [pdf] Betts MW, Burchell M and Schöne BR 2017. An economic history of the maritime woodland period in Port Joli Harbour, Nova Scotia. Journal of the North Atlantic 10, 18-41.

    (130) [pdf] Colonese AC, Netto SA, Francisco AS, DeBlais P, Villagran XS, Hausmann N, Sunderlick Faria D, Prendergast A, Schöne BR and Fonseca Giannini PC 2017. Shell sclerochronology and stable isotopes of the bivalve Anomalocardia flexuosa (Linnaeus, 1767) from southern Brazil: implications for environmental and archaeological studies. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 484, 7-21.

    (129) [pdf] Johnson ALA, Valentine A, Leng M, Sloane HJ and Schöne BR 2017. Isotopic temperatures from the Early and Mid-Pliocene of the US Middle Atlantic Coastal Plain, and their implications for the cause of regional marine climate change. Palaios 32, 250-269.

    (128) [pdf] Marali S, Schöne BR, Mertz-Kraus R, Griffin SM, Wanamaker Jr AD, Butler PG, Holland HA and Jochum KP 2017. Reproducibility of trace element variations (Na/Ca, Mg/Ca, Mn/Ca, Sr/Ca, and Ba/Ca) within and between specimens of the bivalve Arctica islandica – a LA-ICP-MS line scan study. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 484, 109-128.

    (127) [pdf] Marali S, Schöne BR, Mertz-Kraus R, Griffin SM, Wanamaker Jr AD, Matras U and Butler PG 2017. Ba/Ca ratios in shells of Arctica islandica – Potential environmental proxy and crossdating tool. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 465, 347-361.

    (126) [pdf] Zhao L, Schöne BR and Mertz-Kraus R 2017. Controls on strontium and barium incorporation into freshwater bivalve shells (Corbicula fluminea). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 465, 386-394.

    (125) [pdf] Milano S, Schöne BR and Witbaard R 2017. Changes of shell microstructural characteristics of Cerastoderma edule (Bivalvia) - A novel proxy for water temperature. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 465, 395-406.

    (124) [pdf] Butler PG and Schöne BR 2017. New research in the methods and applications of sclerochronology. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 465, 295-299.

    (123) [pdf] Schöne BR, Schmitt K and Maus M 2017. Effects of sample pretreatment and external contamination on bivalve shell and Carrara marble δ18O and δ13C signatures. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 484, 22-32.

    (122) [pdf] Zhao L, Schöne BR, Mertz-Kraus R and Yang F 2017. Insights from sodium into the impacts of elevated pCO2 and temperature on bivalve shell formation. Journal of Marine Experimental Biology and Ecology 486, 148-154.

    (121) [pdf] Zhao L, Schöne BR, Mertz-Kraus R and Yang F, 2017. Uranium and sodium provide unique insights into transgenerational effects of ocean acidification on bivalve shell formation. Science of the Total Environment 577, 360-366.

    (120) [pdf] Zhao L, Schöne BR and Mertz-Kraus R, 2017. Delineating the role of calcium in shell formation and elemental composition of Corbicula fluminea (Bivalvia). Hydrobiologia 790, 259-272.

    (119) [pdf] Lindauer S, Marali S, Schöne, BR, Uerpmann H-P, Kromer B and Hinderer M 2017. Investigating the local reservoir effect and stable isotopes of shells from South-East Arabia. Radiocarbon 59, 355-372.

    (118) [pdf] Schöne BR and Krause RA 2016. Retrospective environmental biomonitoring – Mussel Watch expanded. Global Planetary Change 144, 228-251.

    (117) [pdf] Walliser EO, Lohmann G, Niezgodzki I, Tütken T and Schöne BR 2016. Response of Central European SST to atmospheric pCO2 forcing during the Oligocene – A combined proxy data and numerical climate model approach. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 459, 552-569.

    (116) [pdf] Milano S, Schöne BR, Wang S and Müller WE 2016. Impact of high pCO2 on shell structure of the bivalve Cerastoderma edule. Marine Environmental Research 119, 144-155.

    (115) [pdf] Milano S, Prendergast AL and Schöne BR 2016. Effects of cooking on mollusk shell structure and chemistry: implications for archeology and paleoenvironmental reconstruction. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 7, 14-26.

    (114) [pdf] Riechelmann DFC, Maus M, Dindorf W, Konter O, Schöne BR and Esper J 2016. Comparison of δ13C and δ18O from cellulose, whole wood, and resin-free whole wood from an old high elevation Pinus uncinata in the Spanish central Pyrenees. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 52, 694-705.

    (113) [pdf] Prendergast A, Stevens RE, O’Connell TC, Fadlalak A, Touati M, al-Mzeine A, Schöne BR, Hunt CO and Barker G 2016. Changing patterns of eastern Mediterranean shellfish exploitation in the Late Glacial and Early Holocene: oxygen isotope evidence from gastropod in Epipaleolithic to Neolithic human occupation layers at the Haua Fteah cave, Libya. Quaternary International 407, 80-93.

    (112) open access Immenhauser A, Schöne BR, Hoffmann R & Niedermayr A 2016. Mollusc and brachiopod skeletal hard parts: intricate archives of their marine environment. Sedimentology 63, 1-59.

    (111) [pdf] Füllenbach CS, Schöne BR and Mertz-Kraus R 2015. Strontium/lithium ratio in shells of Cerastoderma edule (Bivalvia) - A new potential temperature proxy for brackish environments. Chemical Geology 417, 341-355.

    (110) [pdf] Esper J, Schneider L, Smerdon J, Schöne BR and Büntgen U 2015. Signals and memory in tree-ring width and density data. Dendrochronologia 35, 62-70.

    (109) [pdf] Peharda M, Puljas S, Chauvaud L, Schöne BR, Ezgeta-Balič D and Thébault J 2015. Growth and longevity of Lithophaga lithophaga – what can we learn from shell structure and stable isotope composition? Marine Biology 162, 1531-1540.

    (108) [pdf] Beierlein L, Salvigsen O, Schöne BR, Mackensen A, Brey T 2015. The seasonal water temperature cycle in the Arctic Dicksonfjord (Svalbard) during the Holocene Climate Optimum derived from sub-fossil Arctica islandica shells. The Holocene 25, 1197-1207.

    (107) [pdf] Surge D and Schöne BR 2015. Bivalve sclerochronology. In: WJ Rink and JW Thompson (Eds), Encyclopedia of Scientific Dating Methods. Springer, 108-115.

    (106) [pdf] Carilli J, Williams B, Schöne BR, Krause RA and Fallon S 2015. Historical contaminant records from sclerochronological archives (corals, sclerosponges, bivalves, coralline algae). Chapter 14. In: Jules M Blais, Michael R Rosen and John P Smol (Eds), Environmental Contaminants: Using natural archives to track sources and long-term trends of pollution. Developments in Paleoenvironmental Research 18, 355-391.

    (105) [pdf] Jolivet A, Chauvaud L, Huchette S, Legoff C, Thébault J, Nasreddine K, Schöne BR and Clavier J 2015. The ormer (Haliotis tuberculata): a new, promising paleoclimatic tool. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 427, 32-40.

    (104) open access Walliser EO, Schöne BR, Tütken T, Zirkel J, Grimm KI and Pross J 2015. The bivalve Glycymeris planicostalis as a high-resolution paleoclimate archive for the Rupelian (early Oligocene) of Central Europe. Climate of the Past 11, 653-668.

    (103) [pdf] [data] Marali S and Schöne BR 2015. Oceanographic control on shell growth of Arctica islandica (Bivalvia) in surface waters of Northeast Iceland - implications for paleoclimate reconstructions. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 420, 138-149.

    (102) [pdf] Alt KW, Knipper C, Peters D, Müller W, Maurer A-F, Kollig I, Müller C, Karimnia S, Brandt G, Roth C, Rosner M, Mende B, Schöne BR, Vida T, von Freeden U 2014. Lombards on the move – An integrative study of the Migration Period cemetery of Szólád, Hungary. PLOS One 9, e110793.

    (101) [pdf] Holland HA, Schöne BR, Marali S and Jochum KP 2014. History of bioavailable lead and iron in the Greater North Sea and Iceland during the last millennium a bivalve sclerochronological reconstruction. Marine Pollution Bulletin 87, 104-116.

    (100) [pdf] Wacker U, Fiebig J, Schöne BR, Bahr A, Friedrich O, Tütken T, Gischler E and Joachimski MM 2014. Empirical calibration of the clumped isotope paleothermometer using calcites of various origins. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 121, 127-144.

    (99) [pdf] Burchell M, Betts M, Patton A.K. and Schöne BR 2014. Preliminary analysis of stable oxygen isotopes and shell growth in the soft-shelled clam Mya arenaria: Implications interpreting seasonality and shellfish harvesting in Port Joli, Nova Scotia. North Atlantic Archaeology Journal 3, 93-108.

    (98) [pdf] Riechelmann DFC, Maus M, Dindorf W, Schöne BR, Scholz D and Esper J 2014. Sensitivity of whole wood stable carbon and oxygen isotope values to milling procedures. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 28, 1371-1375.

    (97) [pdf] [data]Füllenbach CS, Schöne BR and Branscheid R 2014. Microstructures in shells of the freshwater gastropod Viviparus viviparus: A potential sensor for temperature change? Acta Biomaterialia 10, 3911-3921.

    (96) [pdf] Holland HA, Schöne BR, Lipowski C and Esper J 2014. Decadal climate variability of the North Sea during the last millennium reconstructed from bivalve shells (Arctica islandica). The Holocene 24, 771-786.

    (95) [pdf] Mettam C, Johnson AL, Nunn EV and Schöne BR 2014. Stable isotope (δ18O and δ13C) sclerochronology of Callovian (Middle Jurassic) bivalves (Gryphaea (Bilobissa) dilobotes) and belemnites (Cylindroteuthis puzosiana) from the Peterborough Member of the Oxford Clay Formation (Cambridgeshire, England): evidence of palaeoclimate, water depth and belemnite behaviour. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 399, 187-201.

    (94) [pdf] Burchell M, Hallmann N, Schöne BR, Cannon A and Schwarcz HP 2014. Biogeochemical signatures of archaeological shells: Implications for interpreting seasonality at shell midden sites using high-resolution stable isotope sclerochronology. In: M Roksandic, S Mendonça, S Eggers, M Burchell and D Klokler (Eds), The Cultural Dynamics of Shell-Matrix Sites. University of New Mexico Press, 241-249.

    (93) Schöne BR, Burchell M, Brombacher LC and Orchard TJ. Sclerochronological implications for seasonal settlements on Haida Gwaii during the late pre-contact era.

    (92) [pdf] Yan L, Schöne BR, Schengrong L and Yan Y 2014. Shells of Paphia undulata (Bivalvia) from the South China Sea as potential proxy archives of the East Asian summer monsoon – a sclerochronological calibration study. Journal of Oceanography 70, 35-44 (online: 2013, doi:10.1007/s10872-013-0210-8).

    (91) [pdf] Shirai K, Schöne BR, Miyaji T, Radermacher P, Krause RA Jr and Tanabe K 2014. Assessment of the mechanism of elemental incorporation into bivalve shells (Arctica islandica) based on elemental distribution at the ultrastructural scale. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 126, 307-320 (online: 2013, doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2013.10.050).

    (90) [pdf] Foley SF, Gronenborn D, Andreae MO, Kadereit JW, Esper J, Scholz D, Pöschl U, Jacob DE, Schöne BR, Schreg R, Vött A, Jordan D, Lilieveld J, Weller CG, Alt KW, Gaudzinski-Windheuser S, Bruhn K-C, H Tost, Sirocko F and Crutzen PJ 2013. The Palaeoanthropocene – The beginnings of anthropogenic environmental change. Anthropocene 3, 83-88.

    (89) [pdf] Quinn TM and Schöne BR 2013. Corals, Sclerosponges and Mollusks. In: SA Elias and C Mock (Eds), Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science. 2nd ed. Elsevier, 795-799.

    (88) [pdf] Schöne BR 2013. Arctica islandica (Bivalvia): A unique paleoenvironmental archive of the northern North Atlantic Ocean. Global and Planetary Change 111, 199-225.

    (87) [pdf] Wacker U, Fiebig J and Schöne BR 2013. Clumped isotope analysis of carbonates: comparison of two different acid digestion techniques. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 27, 1631-1642.

    (86) [pdf] Gischler E, Thomas AL, Droxler AW, Webster JM, Yokoyama Y and Schöne BR 2013. Microfacies and diagenesis of older Pleistocene (pre-LGM) reefal deposits, Great Barrier Reef, Australia (IODP Expedition 325): A quantitative approach. Sedimentology 60, 1432-1466.

    (85) [pdf] Burchell M, Hallmann N, Martindale A, Cannon A and Schöne BR 2013. Seasonality and intensity of shellfish harvesting in the north coast of British Columbia. Journal of Coastal and Island Archaeology 8, 152-169.

    (84) [pdf] Burchell M, Cannon A, Hallmann N, Schwarcz H and Schöne BR 2013. Refining estimates for the season of shellfish collection on the Pacific Northwest Coast: Applying high-resolution stable oxygen isotope analysis and sclerochronology. Archaeometry 55, 258-276 (online: 2012; doi: 10.1111/j.1475-4754.2012.00684.x).

    (83) [pdf] Knipper C, Peters D, Meyer C, Maurer A-F, Muhl A, Schöne BR and Alt KW 2013. Dietary reconstruction in Migration Period Central Germany: a carbon and nitrogen isotope study. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 5, 17-32 (online: 2012; doi: 10.1007/s12520-012-0106-3).

    (82) [pdf] Schöne BR and Gillikin DP 2013. Unraveling environmental histories from skeletal diaries - Advances in sclerochronology. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 373, 1-5.

    (81) [pdf] Schöne BR, Radermacher P, Zhang Z and Jacob DE 2013. Crystal fabrics and element impurities (Sr/Ca, Mg/Ca, and Ba/Ca) in shells of Arctica islandica – Implications for paleoclimate reconstructions. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 373, 50-59 (online: 2011; doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2011.05.013).

    (80) [pdf] Lohmann G and Schöne BR 2013. Climate signatures on decadal to interdecadal time scales as obtained from mollusk shells (Arctica islandica) from Iceland. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 373, 152-162 (online: 2012; doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2012.08.006).

    (79) [pdf] Hallmann N, Burchell M, Martindale A, Brewster N and Schöne BR 2013. Holocene climate and cultural changes at the Dundas Islands Group, northern British Columbia, Canada – A bivalve sclerochronological approach. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 373, 163-172 (online: 2011; doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2011.12.019).

    (78) [pdf] Burchell M, Cannon A, Hallmann N, Schwarcz HP and Schöne BR 2013. Inter-site variability in the season of shellfish collection on the Central Coast of British Columbia. Journal of Archaeological Science 40, 626-636 (online: 2012; doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2012.07.002).

    (77) [pdf] Yan L, Schöne BR and Arkhipkin A 2012. Eurhomalea exalbida (Bivalvia): a faithful recorder of climate in southern South America? Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 250-252, 91-100 (doi: 10.1016/j.palaeo.2012.06.018).

    (76) [pdf] Maurer A-F, Galer SJG, Knipper C, Beierlein L, Nunn EV, Peters D, Tütken T, Alt KW and Schöne BR 2012. Bioavailable 87Sr/86Sr in different environmental samples – Effects of anthropogenic contamination and implications for isoscapes in past migration studies. Science of the Total Environment 433, 216-229 (doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2012.06.046).

    (75) [pdf] Schöne BR and Surge DM 2012. Bivalve sclerochronology and geochemistry. In: Paul A Selden (Ed), Treatise of Invertebrate Paleontology, Treatise Online 46, 1-24, Part N (Mollusca, Bivalvia), Revised, Volume 1, Chapter 14.

    (74) [pdf] Knipper C, Maurer A-F, Peters D, Meyer C, Brauns M, Galer SJG, von Freeden U, Schöne B, Meller H and Alt KW 2012. Mobility in Thuringia or mobile Thuringians: A strontium isotope study from early medieval Central Germany. In: Kaiser E, Burger J and Schier W (Eds), Population dynamics in prehistory and early history. New approaches using stable isotopes and genetics. TOPOI 5. Berlin Studies of the Ancient World, 293-317 (doi:10.1515/9783110266306.287)

    (73) [pdf] Ivany LC, Brey T, Huber M, Buick DP and Schöne BR 2011. El Niño in the Eocene greenhouse recorded by fossil bivalves and wood from Antarctica. Geophysical Research Letters 38, L16709, doi:10.1029/2011GL048635.

    (72) [pdf] Hallmann N, Schöne BR, Irvine GV, Burchell M, Cokelet ED and Hilton M 2011. An improved understanding of the Alaska Coastal Current: The application of a bivalve growth-temperature model to reconstruct freshwater-influenced paleoenvironments. Palaios 26, 346-363.

    (71) [pdf] Torres ME, Zima D, Falkner KK, Macdonald RW, O'Brian M, Schöne BR and Siferd T 2011. Hydrographic changes in Nares Strait (Canadian Arctic Archipelago) in recent decades based on δ18O profiles of bivalve shells. Arctic Journal 64, 45-58.

    (70) [pdf] Wanamaker AD Jr, Kreutz KJ, Schöne BR and Introne DS 2011. Gulf of Maine shells reveal changes in seawater temperature seasonality during the Medieval Climate Anomaly and the Little Ice Age. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 302, 43-51 (online: 2010; doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.06.005).

    (69) [pdf] Schöne BR, Zhang Z, Radermacher P, Thébault J, Jacob D, Nunn EV and Maurer A-F 2011. Sr/Ca and Mg/Ca ratios of ontogenetically old, long-lived bivalve shells (Arctica islandica) and their function as paleotemperature proxies. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 302, 52-64 (online: 2010; doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.03.016).

    (68) [pdf] Schöne BR, Wanamaker AD Jr, Fiebig J, Thébault J and Kreutz KJ 2011. Annually resolved δ13Cshell chronologies of long-lived bivalve mollusks (Arctica islandica) reveal oceanic carbon dynamics in the temperate North Atlantic during recent centuries. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 302, 31-42 (online: 2010; doi:10.1016/j.palaeo.2010.02.002).

    (67) [pdf] Williams M, Nelson A, Smellie J, Leng M, Jarram D, Johnson A, Haywood A, Peck V, Zalasiewicz J, Bennett C and Schöne BR 2010. Sea ice extent and seasonality for the Early Pliocene northern Weddell Sea. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 292, 306-318.

    (66) [pdf] Schöne BR, Zhang Z, Jacob D, Gillikin DP, Tütken T, Garbe-Schönberg D, McConnaughey T and Soldati A 2010. Effect of organic matrices on the determination of the trace element chemistry (Mg, Sr, Mg/Ca, Sr/Ca) of aragonitic bivalve shells (Arctica islandica) – comparison of ICP-OES and LA-ICP-MS data. Geochemical Journal 44, 23-37.

    (65) [pdf] Thébault J, Schöne BR, Hallmann N, Barth M and Nunn EV 2009. Investigation of Li/Ca variations in aragonitic shells of the ocean quahog Arctica islandica, northeast Iceland. Geochemistry, Geophysics, and Geosystems 10, Q12008, doi:10.1029/2009GC002789 (15pp.).

    (64) [pdf] Johnson ALA, Hickson JA, Bird A, Schöne BR, Balson PS, Heaton THE and Williams M 2009. Comparative sclerochronology of modern and mid-Pliocene (c. 3.5 Ma) Aequipecten opercularis (Mollusca, Bivalvia): an insight into past and future climate change in the north-east Atlantic region. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 284, 164-179.

    (63) [pdf] Radermacher P, Schöne BR, Gischler E, Oschmann W, Thébault J and Fiebig J 2009. Sclerochronology – a highly versatile tool for mariculture and reconstruction of life history traits of the queen conch, Strombus gigas (Gastropoda). Aquatic Living Resources 22, 307-318.

    (62) [pdf] Hallmann N, Burchell M, Schöne BR, Irvine GV and Maxwell D 2009. High-resolution sclerochronological analysis of the bivalve mollusk Saxidomus gigantea from Alaska and British Columbia: techniques for revealing environmental archives and archaeological seasonality. Journal of Archaeological Science 36, 2353-2364.

    (61) [pdf] Powell MG, Schöne BR and Jacob DE 2009. Tropical marine climate during the late Paleozoic ice age using trace element analyses of brachiopods. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 280, 143-149.

    (60) [pdf] Hetzinger S, Halfar J, Kronz A, Steneck RS, Adey W, Lebendnik A and Schöne BR 2009. High-resolution Mg/Ca ratios in a coralline red alga as a proxy for Bering Sea temperature variations from 1902 to 1967. Palaios 24, 406-412.

    (59) [pdf] Butler PG, Richardson C, Scourse JD, Witbaard R, Schöne BR, Fraser NM, Wanamaker AD Jr, Harris I and Robertson I 2009. Accurate increment identification and the spatial extent of the common signal in five Arctica islandica chronologies from the Fladen Ground, northern North Sea. Paleoceanography 24, PA2210, doi:10.1029/2008PA001715.

    (58) [pdf] Martindale A, Letham B, McLaren D, Archer D, Burchell M and Schöne BR 2009. Mapping of subsurface shell midden components through percussion coring: examples from the Dundas Islands. Journal of Archaeological Science 36, 1565-1575.

    (57) [pdf] Soldati AL, Jacob DE, Schöne BR, Bianchi MM and Hajduk A 2009. Seasonal periodicity of growth and composition in valves of Diplodon chilensis patagonicus (D’Orbigny 1935). Journal of Molluscan Studies 75, 75-81.

    (56) [pdf] Rodland DL, Schöne BR, Baier S, Zhang Z, Dreyer W and Page NA 2009. Changes in gape frequency, siphon activity and thermal response in the freshwater bivalves Anodonta cygnea and Margaritifera falcata. Journal of Molluscan Studies 75, 51-57.

    (55) [pdf] Schöne BR and Fiebig J 2009. Seasonality in the North Sea during the Allerød and Late Medieval Climate Optimum using bivalve sclerochronology. International Journal of Earth Sciences 98, 83-98.

    (54) [pdf] Dunca E, Mutvei H, Göransson P, Mörth C-M, Schöne BR, Whitehouse MJ, Elfman M & Baden SP 2009. Using ocean quahog (Arctica islandica) shells to reconstruct palaeoenvironment in Öresund, Kattegat and Skaggerak, Sweden. International Journal of Earth Sciences 98, 3-17.

    (53) [pdf] Wanamaker AD Jr, Kreutz KJ, Schöne BR, Maasch KA, Pershing A, Borns HW, Introne DS and Feindel S 2009. A late Holocene paleo-productivity record in the Western Gulf of Maine, USA, inferred from growth histories of the long-lived ocean quahog (Arctica islandica). International Journal of Earth Sciences 98, 19-29.

    (52) [pdf] Hallmann N, Schöne BR, Strom A and Fiebig J 2008. An intractable climate archive - Sclerochronological and shell oxygen isotope analyses of the Pacific geoduck, Panopea abrupta (bivalve mollusk) from Protection Island (Washington State, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 269, 115-126.

    (51) [pdf] Nielsen JK, Helama S and Schöne BR 2008. Shell growth history of geoduck clam (Panopea abrupta) in Parry Passage, British Columbia, Canada - temporal variation in annuli and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation. Journal of Oceanography 64, 951-960.

    (50) [pdf] Owen EF, Wanamaker AD Jr, Feindel SC, Schöne BR and Rawson PD 2008. Stable carbon and oxygen isotope fractionation in bivalve (Placopecten magellanicus) larval aragonite. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 72, 4687-4698.

    (49) [pdf] Schöne BR, 2008. The curse of physiology – Challenges and opportunities in the interpretation of geochemical data from mollusk shells. Geo-Marine Letters 28, 269-285.

    (48) [pdf] Wanamaker AD Jr, Kreutz KJ, Schöne BR, Pettigrew N, Borns HW, Introne DS, Belknap D, Maasch KA and Feindel S 2008. Coupled North Atlantic slopewater forcing on Gulf of Maine temperatures over the past millennium. Climate Dynamics 31, 183-194.

    (47) [pdf] Fenger T, Surge D, Schöne B and Milner N 2007. Sclerochronology and geochemical variation in limpet shells (Patella vulgata): A new archive to reconstruct Holocene coastal sea surface temperature. Geochemistry, Geophysics, and Geosystems 8, Q07001, doi:10.1029/2006GC001488.

    (46) [pdf] Halfar J, Steneck R, Schöne B, Moore GWK, Joachimski M, Kronz A, Fietzke J and Estes J 2007. Coralline alga reveals first marine record of subarctic North Pacific climate change. Geophysical Research Letters 34, L07702, doi:10.1029/2006GL028811.

    (45) [pdf] Quinn TM and Schöne BR 2007. Corals, sclerosponges and mollusks. In: SA Elias (ed), Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science. 1st ed. Elsevier, 1646-1652.

    (44) [pdf] Miyaji T, Tanabe K and Schöne BR 2007. Environmental controls on daily shell growth of Phacosoma japonicum (Bivalvia: Veneridae) from Japan. Marine Ecology – Progress Series 336, 141-150.

    (43) [pdf] Schöne BR, Rodland DL, Wehrmann A, Heidel B, Oschmann W, Zhang Z, Fiebig J and Beck L 2007. Combined sclerochronologic and oxygen isotope analysis of gastropod shells (Gibbula cineraria, North Sea): life-history traits and utility as a high-resolution environmental archive for kelp forests. Marine Biology 150, 1237-1252.

    (42) [pdf] Helama S, Schöne BR, Kirchhefer AJ, Nielsen JK and Rodland DL 2007. Compound response of marine and terrestrial ecosystems to varying climate: pre-anthropogenic perspective from bivalve shell growth increments and tree-rings. Marine Environmental Research 63, 185-199.

    (41) [pdf] Schöne BR, Page NA, Rodland DL, Fiebig J, Baier S, Pfeiffer M, Helama S and Oschmann W 2007. ENSO-coupled precipitation records (1959-2004) based on shells of freshwater bivalve mollusks (Margaritifera falcata) from British Columbia. International Journal of Earth Sciences 96, 525–540.

    (40) [pdf] Dunca E, Doguzhaeva L, Schöne BR and van de Schootbrugge B 2006. Growth patterns in rostra of the Middle Jurassic belemnite Megateuthis giganteus: controlled by the moon? Acta Universitatis Carolinae Geologica 49, 109-117 (Prague, ISSN 0001-7132).

    (39) [pdf] Helama S, Schöne BR, Black BA and Dunca E 2006. Constructing long-term proxy series for aquatic environments with absolute dating control using a sclerochronological approach: introduction and advanced applications. Marine and Freshwater Research 57, 591-599.

    (38) [pdf] Rodland DL, Schöne BR, Helama S, Nielsen JK and Baier S 2006. A clockwork mollusc: ultradian rhythms in bivalve activity revealed by digital photography. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 334, 316-332.

    (37) [pdf] Schöne BR, Rodland DL, Surge DM, Fiebig J, Gillikin DP, Baier SM and Goewert A 2006. Comment on “Stable carbon isotopes in freshwater mussel shells: Environmental record or marker for metabolic activity?” by J. Geist et al. (2005). Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70, 2658-2661.

    (36) [pdf] Schöne BR, Rodland DL, Fiebig J, Oschmann W, Goodwin DH, Flessa KW and Dettman DL 2006. Reliability of multi-taxon, multi-proxy reconstructions of environmental conditions from accretionary biogenic skeletons. Journal of Geology 114, 267-285.

    (35) [pdf] Schöne BR and Giere O 2005. Growth pattern and shell isotope ratios of the deep-sea hydrothermal vent bivalve mollusk Bathymodiolus brevior from the North Fiji Basin, Pacific Ocean. Deep-Sea Research I 52, 1896-1910.

    (34) [pdf] Fiebig J, Schöne BR and Oschmann W 2005. High precision oxygen and carbon isotope analysis of very small (10-30µg) amounts of carbonates using CF-IRMS. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 19, 2355–2358.

    (33) [pdf] Schöne BR and Surge D 2005 (Eds). Looking back over Skeletal Diaries – High-resolution Environmental Reconstructions from Accretionary Hard Parts of Aquatic Organisms. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 228, 1-3.

    (32) [pdf] Schöne BR, Fiebig J, Pfeiffer M, Gleß R, Hickson J, Johnson ALA, Dreyer W and Oschmann W 2005. Climate records from a bivalved Methuselah (Arctica islandica, Mollusca; Iceland). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 228, 130-148.

    (31) [pdf] Schöne BR, Dunca E, Fiebig J and Pfeiffer M 2005. Mutvei’s solution: an ideal agent for resolving microgrowth structures of biogenic carbonates. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 228, 149-166.

    (30) [pdf] Dunca E, Schöne BR and Mutvei H 2005. Freshwater bivalves tell of past climates: But how clearly do shells from polluted rivers speak? Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 228, 43-57.

    (29) [pdf] Schöne BR, Hickson J and Oschmann W 2005. Reconstruction of subseasonal environmental conditions using bivalve mollusk shells – a graphical model. GSA, Special Papers 395, 21-31.

    (28) [pdf] Schöne BR, Dunca E, Mutvei H, Baier S and Fiebig J 2005. Scandinavian climate since the late 18th century reconstructed from shells of bivalve mollusks. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geowissenschaften 156, 501-516.

    (27) [pdf] Schöne BR, Pfeiffer M, Pohlmann T and Siegismund F 2005. A seasonally resolved bottom water temperature record for the period of AD 1866-2002 based on shells of Arctica islandica (Mollusca, North Sea). International Journal of Climatology 25, 947–962.

    (26) [pdf] Schöne BR, Houk SD, Freyre Castro AD, Fiebig J, Kröncke I, Dreyer W and Oschmann W 2005. Daily growth rates in shells of Arctica islandica: Assessing subseasonal environmental controls on a long-lived bivalve mollusk. Palaios 20, 78-92.

    (25) [pdf] Schöne BR, Freyre Castro AD, Fiebig J, Houk SD, Oschmann W and Kröncke I 2004. Sea surface water temperatures over the period 1884-1983 reconstructed from oxygen isotope ratios of a bivalve mollusk shell (Arctica islandica, southern North Sea). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 212, 215–232.

    (24) [pdf] Schöne BR, Dunca E, Mutvei H and Norlund U 2004. A 217-year record of summer air temperature reconstructed from freshwater pearl mussels (M. margarifitera, Sweden). Quaternary Science Reviews 23, 1803–1816 + 2057.

    (23) [pdf] Schöne BR, Oschmann W, Tanabe K, Dettman D, Fiebig J, Houk SD and Kanie Y, 2004. Holocene seasonal environmental trends at Tokyo Bay, Japan, reconstructed from bivalve mollusk shells - implications for changes in the East Asian monsoon and latitudinal shifts of the Polar Front. Quaternary Science Reviews 23, 1137–1150.

    (22) [pdf] Goodwin DH, Flessa KW, Téllez-Duarte MA, Dettman DL, Schöne BR and Avila-Serrano GA, 2004. Detecting time-averaging and spatial mixing using oxygen isotope variation: A case study. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 205, 1–21.

    (21) [pdf] Dettman DL, Flessa KW, Roopnarine PD, Schöne BR and Goodwin DH, 2004. The use of oxygen isotope variation in shells of estuarine mollusks as a quantitative record of seasonal and annual Colorado River discharge. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68, 1253–1263.

    (20) [pdf] Schöne BR, Oschmann W, Kröncke I, Dreyer W, Janssen R, Rumohr H, Houk SD, Freyre Castro AD, Dunca E and Rössler J, 2003. North Atlantic Oscillation dynamics recorded in shells of a long-lived bivalve mollusk. Geology 31, 1037–1040.

    (19) [pdf] Schöne BR, Kröncke I, Houk SD, Freyre Castro AD and Oschmann W, 2003. The cornucopia of chilly winters: ocean quahog (Arctica islandica L., Mollusca) master chronology reveals bottom water nutrient enrichment during colder winters (North Sea). Senckenbergiana Maritima 32, 165–175.

    (18) [pdf] Schöne BR, Flessa KW, Dettman DL and Goodwin DH, 2003. Upstream dams and downstream clams: Growth rates of bivalve mollusks unveil impact of river management on estuarine ecosystems (Colorado River delta, Mexico). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 58, 715–726.

    (17) [pdf] Goodwin DH, Schöne BR and Dettman DL, 2003. Resolution and fidelity of oxygen isotopes as paleotemperature proxies in bivalve mollusk shells: models and observations. Palaios 18, 110–125.

    (16) [pdf] Schöne BR, Tanabe K, Dettman DL and Sato S, 2003. Environmental controls on shell growth rates and δ18O of the shallow-marine bivalve mollusk Phacosoma japonicum in Japan. Marine Biology 142, 473–485.

    (15) [pdf] Schöne BR, 2003. A ‘clam-ring’ master-chronology constructed from a short-lived bivalve mollusc from the northern Gulf of California, USA. The Holocene 13, 39–49.

    (14) [pdf] Schöne BR and Bentley D, 2002. Use of HMDS (hexamethyldisilazane) to dry organic microstructures in etched bivalve mollusk and barnacle shells. The Nautilus 116, 25–31.

    (13) [pdf] Schöne BR, Lega J, Flessa KW, Goodwin DH and Dettman DL, 2002. Reconstructing daily temperatures from growth rates of the intertidal bivalve mollusk Chione cortezi (northern Gulf of California, Mexico). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 184, 131–146.

    (12) [pdf] Schöne BR, Goodwin DH, Flessa KW, Dettman DL and Roopnarine PD, 2002. Sclerochronology and growth of the bivalve mollusks Chione (Chionista) fluctifraga and C. (Chionista) cortezi in the northern Gulf of California, Mexico. The Veliger 45, 45–54.

    (11) [pdf] Schöne BR and Schweingruber FH, 2001. Dendrochronologische Untersuchungen zur Verwaldung der Alpen am Beispiel eines inneralpinen Trockentals (Ramosch, Unterengadin, Schweiz). Botanica Helvetica 111, 151–168.

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    Hahn S, Griesshaber E, Schmahl WW, Melzner F, Neuser RD, Ritter A-C, Hoffmann R, Buhl D, Niedermayr A, Geske A and Immenhauser A 2014. Exploring aberrant bivalve shell ultrastructure and geochemistry as proxies for past seawater acidification. Sedimentology (doi: 10.1111/sed.12107).

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    (15) Ding JF, Wang R, Yang F, Zhao LQ, Qin YJ, Zhang GF and Yan XW 2014. Identification and characterization of a novel phage-type like lysozyme from Manila clam, Ruditapes philippinarum. Development and Comparative Immunology 47, 81-89.

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