CRIPPA, GAIA

CRIPPA, GAIA  

Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra Ardito Desio  

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A multidisciplinary study of ecosystem evolution through early Pleistocene climate change from the marine Arda River section, Italy 1-mar-2018 G. CrippaF. Felletti + Article (author) -
A sampling strategy for recent and fossil brachiopods : selecting the optimal shell segment for geochemical analyses 1-lug-2018 G. CrippaF. Ye + Article (author) -
Abrupt warming in the latest Permian detected using high-resolution in situ oxygen isotopes of conodont apatite from Abadeh, central Iran 15-dic-2020 Angiolini L.Crippa G. + Article (author) -
Additional brachiopod findings from the Lopingian succession of the Ali Bashi Mountains, NW Iran 1-gen-2014 C. GarbelliL. AngioliniG. Crippa + Article (author) -
Bio- and lithostratigraphy of lower Pleistocene marine successions in western Emilia (Italy) and their implications for the first occurrence of Arctica islandica in the Mediterranean Sea 1-set-2019 Crippa, GaiaBottini, CinziaCRESPI, STEFANIAFelletti, FabrizioMarini, MattiaPetrizzo, Maria Rose + Article (author) -
Bivalve shells as fossil archivves of global change : a tool to investigative seasonality towards the middle Pleistocene transition 1-gen-2014 G. CrippaL. AngioliniC. BottiniE. ErbaF. FellettiM.R. Petrizzo + Conference Object -
Bivalve shells as high resolution biomineral archives of early Pleistocene seasonality 1-gen-2016 G. CrippaL. Angiolini + Article (author) -
Brachiopod-based oxygen-isotope thermometer: Update and review 1-gen-2019 G. CrippaL. Angiolini + Article (author) -
Brachiopods of the Mengkarang Formation (Early Permian, Sumatra) and their palaeobiogeographical significance 24-mag-2012 G. CrippaL. Angiolini + Conference Object -
Brachiopods, fusulines and palynomorphs of the Mengkarang Formation (Early Permian, Sumatra) and their palaeobiogeographical significance 1-gen-2013 G. CrippaL. Angiolini + Article (author) -
Discovering fire events in the HAS1 settlement on the Dhofar coast (Oman) by a multi-methodological study of mollusk shells 5-gen-2023 Crippa, GDapiaggi, MCremaschi, M + Article (author) -
GEOCHEMICAL AND SCLEROCHRONOLOGICAL ANALYSES OF THE LOWER PLEISTOCENE MACROFAUNA OF WESTERN EMILIA (NORTHERN ITALY): PALAEOENVIRONMENTAL AND PALAEOCLIMATIC IMPLICATIONS 11-feb-2015 G. Crippa Doctoral Thesis -
Guadalupian (Middle Permian) paleobiogeography of the Neotethys Ocean 1-lug-2013 L. AngioliniG. CrippaG. Muttoni + Article (author) -
Guadalupian (Permian) brachiopods from the Ruteh Limestone, North Iran 1-gen-2011 G. CrippaL. Angiolini Conference Object -
Guadalupian (Permian) brachiopods from the Ruteh Limestone, North Iran 1-gen-2012 G. CrippaL. Angiolini Article (author) -
Guadalupian brachiopod faunas from Tunisia, Turkey and North Iran and their implications for correlations across the Neo-Tethys 1-gen-2010 L. AngioliniG. CrippaV. Verna Article (author) -
Guadalupian Palaeobiogeography across the Neotethys Ocean. 1-gen-2011 L. AngioliniG. MuttoniG. Crippa + Conference Object -
How cold were the Early Permian glacial tropics? Testing sea surface temperature using the oxygen isotope composition of rigorously screened brachiopod shells 1-gen-2009 L. AngioliniF. JadoulG. Crippa + Article (author) -
How did the carrier shell Xenophora crispa (König, 1825) build its shell? Evidence from the Recent and fossil record 1-gen-2020 Crippa, GaiaDapiaggi, Monica + Article (author) -
Increasing seasonality during the early pleistocene in the Mediterranean Sea 1-set-2014 G. CrippaL. AngioliniF. Felletti + Article (author) -