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Halverson G.P, Maloof A.C, Schrag D.P, Dudás F.Ö, Hurtgen M..  2007.  Stratigraphy and geochemistry of a ca 800 Ma negative carbon isotope interval in northeastern Svalbard. Precambrian Chemostratigraphy. 237(1):5-27.
Halverson G.P, Maloof A.C, Hoffman P.F.  2004.  The Marinoan glaciation (Neoproterozoic) in northeast Svalbard. Basin Research. 16(3):297-324.
Halverson GP, Hoffman PF, Schrag DP, Maloof AC, A. Rice HN.  2005.  Toward a Neoproterozoic composite carbon-isotope record. gsabulletin. 117(9-10):1181-1207.
Halverson G.P, Kunzmann M., Strauss J.V, Maloof A.C.  2018.  The Tonian-Cryogenian transition in Northeastern Svalbard. Precambrian Research. 319:79-95.
Halverson G.P, Dudás F.Ö, Maloof A.C, Bowring S.A.  2007.  Evolution of the 87Sr/86Sr composition of Neoproterozoic seawater. Neoproterozoic to Paleozoic Ocean Chemistry. 256(3):103-129.
Hay C.C, Creveling J.R, Hagen C.J, Maloof A.C, Huybers P..  2019.  A library of early Cambrian chemostratigraphic correlations from a reproducible algorithm. Geology. 47(5):457-460.
Hayes C.T, McGee D., Mukhopadhyay S., Boyle E.A, Maloof A.C.  2017.  Helium and thorium isotope constraints on African dust transport to the Bahamas over recent millennia. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 457:385-394.
Hoffman P., Maloof A.C.  2001.  Tilting At Snowballs, A comment on Proterozoic equatorial glaciation: Has 'snowball Earth' a snowball's chance? The Australian Geologist. 117:21-25.
Hoffman P.F, Maloof A.C.  1999.  The snowball theory still holds water. Nature. 397(6718):384.
Hoffman P.F, Halverson G., Domack E., Maloof A.C, Swanson-Hysell N.L, Cox G.M.  2012.  Cryogenian glaciations on the southern tropical paleomargin of Laurentia (NE Svalbard and East Greenland), and a primary origin for the upper Russøya (Islay) carbon isotope excursion. Precambrian Research. s 206–207:137–158.
Hoffman P.F, Abbot D.S, Ashkenazy Y., Benn D.I, Brocks J.J, Cohen P.A, Cox G.M, Creveling J.R, Donnadieu Y., Erwin D.H et al..  2017.  Snowball Earth climate dynamics and Cryogenian geology-geobiology. Science Advances. 3(11):e1600983.
Howes B, Mehra A, Maloof A.  2021.  Three-Dimensional Morphometry of Ooids in Oolites: a new tool for more accurate and precise paleoenvironmental interpretation. J. Geophys. Res. Earth Surf.. 126(4):1-16.
Husson J.M, Higgins J.A, Maloof A.C, Schoene B..  2015.  Ca and Mg isotope constraints on the origin of Earth’s deepest δ13C excursion. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 160:243-266.
Husson J.M, Maloof A.C, Schoene B..  2012.  A syn-depositional age for Earth’s deepest δ13C excursion required by isotope conglomerate tests. Terra Nova. 24(4):318-325.
Husson J.M, C. MA, Schoene B., Chen C.Y, Higgins J.A.  2015.  Stratigraphic expression of Earth's deepest δ13C excursion in the Wonoka Formation of South Australia. American Journal of Science. 315:1-45.
Husson J.M, Schoene B., Bluher S., Maloof A.C.  2016.  Chemostratigraphic and U–Pb geochronologic constraints on carbon cycling across the Silurian–Devonian boundary. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 436:108-120.