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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.
Ahm A-SC, Bjerrum CJ, Hoffman PF, Macdonald FA, Maloof AC, Rose CV, Strauss JV, Higgins JA.  2021.  The Ca and Mg isotope record of the Cryogenian Trezona carbon isotope excursion. 568:117002.
Macdonald F.A, Schmitz M.D, Crowley J.L, Roots C.F, Jones D.S, Maloof A.C, Strauss J.V, Cohen P.A, Johnston D.T, Schrag D.P.  2010.  Calibrating the Cryogenian. Science. 327(5970):1241.
Kopp R.E, Weiss B.P, Maloof A.C, Vali H., Nash C.Z, Kirschvink J.L.  2006.  Chains, clumps, and strings: Magnetofossil taphonomy with ferromagnetic resonance spectroscopy. 247(1):10-25.
Moore J.L, Porter S.M, Webster M., Maloof A.C.  2019.  Chancelloriid sclerites from the Dyeran–Delamaran (‘Lower–Middle’ Cambrian) boundary interval of the Pioche–Caliente region, Nevada, USA. Papers on Palaeontology.
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.
Getraer A, Maloof AC.  2021.  Climate-Driven Variability in Runoff Erosion Encoded in Stream Network Geometry. Geophys Res Lett. 48(3):e2020GL091777.
Maloof A.C, Halverson G.P, Kirschvink J.L, Schrag D.P, Weiss B.P, Hoffman P.F.  2006.  Combined paleomagnetic, isotopic, and stratigraphic evidence for true polar wander from the Neoproterozoic Akademikerbreen Group, Svalbard, Norway. GSA Bulletin. 118(9-10):1099-1124.
Corsetti F.A, Awramik S.M, Pierce D..  2003.  Comment on: A complex microbiota from snowball Earth times: Microfossils from the Neoproterozoic Kingston Peak Formation, Death Valley, USA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 100(8):4399-4404.
Campion A., Maloof A.C, Schoene B., Oleynik S., Sanz-López J., Blanco-Ferrera S., Merino-Tomé O., Bahamonde J-R., Fernández L.P.  2018.  Constraining the Timing and Amplitude of Early Serpukhovian Glacioeustasy With a Continuous Carbonate Record in Northern Spain. Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst.. 19(8):2647-2660.
Maloof A.C, Ramezani J., Bowring S.A, Fike D.A, Porter S.M, Mazouad M..  2010.  Constraints on early Cambrian carbon cycling from the duration of the Nemakit-Daldynian–Tommotian boundary δ13C shift, Morocco. Geology. 38(7):623-626.
Austermann J., Chen C.Y., Lau H.C.P., Maloof A.C., Latychev K..  2020.  Constraints on mantle viscosity and Laurentide ice sheet evolution from pluvial paleolake shorelines in the western United States. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 532:116006.
Swanson-Hysell N.L, Maloof A.C, Kirschvink J.L, Evans D.AD, Halverson G.P, Hurtgen M.T.  2012.  Constraints on Neoproterozoic paleogeography and Paleozoic orogenesis from paleomagnetic records of the Bitter Springs Formation, Amadeus Basin, central Australia. American Journal of Science. 312:817-884.
Rose CV, Swanson-Hysell NL, Husson JM, Poppick LN, Cottle JM, Schoene B, Maloof AC.  2012.  Constraints on the origin and relative timing of the Trezona δ13C anomaly below the end-Cryogenian glaciation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 319-320:241-250.
Maloof A.C.  1996.  Cover Photograph. :JournalofGlaciology,Volume42.
Swanson-Hysell N.L, Rose C.V, Calmet C.C, Halverson G.P, Hurtgen M.T, Maloof A.C.  2010.  Cryogenian Glaciation and the Onset of Carbon-Isotope Decoupling. Science. 328(5978):608.
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.
Geyman EC, Maloof AC.  2020.  Deriving tidal structure from satellite image time series. Earth and Space Science. 7:e2019EA000958.
Geyman EC, Maloof AC.  2019.  A diurnal carbon engine explains 13C-enriched carbonates without increasing the global production of oxygen. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. :201908783.