P.F. Hoffman's research while affiliated with University of Victoria and other places

Citations

... T e δ 57 Fe, from −0.7‰ to 1.2‰ IRMM-14, for BIF of the Sayunei Formation (Rapitan Group), which they interpreted as the reflection of rising sea-level and an isotopic gradient across the chemocline. Halverson et al. (2007) ...
... ilarly, the Chuos Formation in northern Namibia comprises glacial diamictite with predominantly basement clasts, including some striated, and associated thin horizons of BIF (Hoffman and Halverson, 2008; ...
... The focus of this study is the Keilberg Member of the Maieberg Formation (Hedberg, 1979;SACS, 1980;Hoffman & Halverson, 2008), which is the basal Ediacaran formation within the Otavi Group. The study site is located near the village of Omukutu on the upper Hoanib River east of Khowarib, in the Kunene Region of northwest Namibia (S19˚17'20.04" ...
... The Otavi Group is a 2–4 km thick platform carbonate succession (Hoffman and Halverson, 2008, and references therein) that was deposited at subtropical latitudes (Li et al., 2008) over a $200 Ma period (Hoffmann et al., 2004) during Cryogenian and early Ediacaran age (ca. 770 to ca. 580 Ma;Halverson et al., 2005). ...
... Bedrock outcroppings, alluvial fans, and glacial till are found throughout the adjacent alpine environment [21]. Diamictite, overlain by dolostone, quartz sandstone, and shale are the primary components of the Stelfox Mountain geology [22,23]. The site is not easily accessed, and no weather data have been recorded from within the valley. ...