Publications

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Wallace, M.W., Hood, A.v.S., Shuster, A., Greig, A. Planavsky, N.J. and Reed, C.P., Oxygenation history of the Neoproterozoic to early Phanerozoic and the rise of land plants, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 466, 12-19.

Tarhan G, Hood, A.v.S., Droser M.L., Gehling J.G. and Briggs D.E.G., 2016, Comment– Delusions of dirt: Ediacara organisms were not soil dwellers, Geology, 45.

McMahon, S., Hood, A.v.S. and McIlroy, D., The occurrence and origin of subaqueous sedimentary cracks, in Brasier, A. T., McIlroy, D. & McLoughlin, N. (eds) Earth System Evolution and Early Life: a Celebration of the Work of Martin Brasier. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 448.

Zhang, S., Henehan, M.J, Hull, P.M., Reid, P., Hardisty, D.S, Hood, A.v.S., Planavsky, N.J., On the reliability of ocean pH estimates derived from boron isotopes in shallow marine inorganic carbonates, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 458, 380-393.

Tarhan G, Hood, A.v.S., Droser M.L., Gehling J.G. and Briggs D.E.G., 2016, Exceptional Silicified Preservation of Earth’s Earliest Animal Ecosystems, Geology 34, 951-954.

Hood A.v.S., Planavsky, N.J., Wallace, M.W., Wang, X., Bellefroid, E.J., Gueguen, B. and Cole, D., 2016, Integrated geochemical-petrographic insights from component-selective δ238U of Cryogenian marine carbonates, Geology, 34, p 935-938.

Hood, A.v.S., Wallace, M.W., Reed, C.P., Hoffmann, K.-H. and Freyer, E.E., 2015, Enigmatic carbonates of the Ombombo Subgroup, Otavi Fold Belt, Namibia: A prelude to extreme Cryogenian anoxia? Sedimentary Geology 324, 12-31.

Hood, A.v.S., Wallace, M.W., 2015, Extreme ocean anoxia during the Late Cryogenian recorded in reefal carbonates of Southern Australia, Precambrian Research, 261, 96-111.

Wallace, M.W., Hood, A. v.S., Woon, E.M.S., Giddings, J.A., Fromhold, T.A., 2015, The Cryogenian Balcanoona reef complexes of the Northern Flinders Ranges: Implications for Neoproterozoic ocean chemistry. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 417, 320-336.

Wallace, M.W., Hood, A.v.S., Woon, E.M.S., Hoffmann, K.H., Reed, C.P., 2014, Enigmatic chambered structures in Cryogenian reefs: The oldest sponge-grade organisms? Precambrian Research 255, 109-123.

Hood, A.v.S., and Wallace M.W., 2014, Marine cements reveal the structure of an anoxic, ferruginous Neoproterozoic ocean. Journal of the Geological Society 171, 741-744.

Hood, A.v.S, Wallace, M.W., 2012, Synsedimentary diagenesis in a Cryogenian reef complex: Ubiquitous marine dolomite precipitation, Sedimentary Geology, 255-256, p56-71.

Hood, A.v.S, Wallace, M.W., and Drysdale, R.N., 2011, Neoproterozoic aragonite-dolomite seas?: Widespread marine dolomite precipitation in Cryogenian reef complexes, Geology, 39, p871-874.

Hood, A.v.S. and Blewett S.C.J. (Eds.) 2010. Abstract Volume, 24th Victorian Universities Earth and Environmental Sciences Conference. Geological Society of Australia Abstracts Number 99, 36p.

 

Publications in advanced preparation

Hood, A.v.S., Planavsky, N.J., Wallace, M.W. and Wang, X., Sedimentary carbonates as paleo-redox proxies, Geochemica  et Cosmochimica Acta, in revision.

Bellefroid E.J., Planavsky, N.P., Hood, A.v.S., Halverson, G.P., and Spokas, K. Shallow water redox conditions of the Mid-Proterozoic Muskwa Assemblage, British Columbia, Canada, Chemical Geology, submitted.

Hood A.v.S. and Wallace, M.W., Neoproterozoic carbonate mineralogy and its palaeoceanographic significance, submitted.

Hood A.v.S., Zhang, S. and Planavsky, N.J, Sustained high Mg conditions in Precambrian oceans, in prep.

Wallace, M.W., Hood, A.v.S., Fayle, J., Hordern, E.S., O’Hare, T.F., Neoproterozoic cap carbonates: A simple result of sediment starvation in anoxic oceans?, in prep.

O’Connell, B., Dorsey, R.J., Hasiotis, S.T and Hood, A.v.S., Sedimentology and ichonology of a Miocene-Pliocene Gulf of California mixed carbonate-siliciclastic platform, the Bouse Formation, in prep.

Lechte, M., Wallace, M.W., Hood, A.v.S. and Jiang, G., Did glacial fluids help ventilate the deep oceans in the Neoproterozoic? Insights from glacially-associated iron formations, in prep.

Wallace, M.W. and Hood, A.v.S., Zebra textures: fracture networks produced by the force of crystallization during replacement reactions, Economic Geology, submitted.