His primary scientific interests are in Archean, Geochemistry, Sedimentary rock, Mineralogy and Greenstone belt. His study in Archean focuses on Banded iron formation in particular. His study on Geochemistry is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Yilgarn Craton.
His Sedimentary rock study incorporates themes from Facies and Volcanic rock. His research integrates issues of Pyroclastic rock, Hydrothermal circulation, Provenance and Basalt in his study of Greenstone belt. In his research, Chemocline is intimately related to Sedimentary depositional environment, which falls under the overarching field of Precambrian.
His primary areas of study are Geochemistry, Archean, Greenstone belt, Craton and Sedimentary rock. His Geochemistry study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Petrology. His studies deal with areas such as Earth science, Hydrothermal circulation, Diagenesis, Continental crust and Pyrite as well as Archean.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Greenstone belt, Banded iron formation are connected with Sedimentary depositional environment and other disciplines. His Craton research integrates issues from Metamorphism, Metamorphic rock, Gneiss and Basement. The study incorporates disciplines such as Foreland basin and Siliciclastic, Facies in addition to Sedimentary rock.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Geochemistry, Archean, Craton, Felsic and Greenstone belt. His study in Geochemistry focuses on Zircon, Sedimentary rock, Ultramafic rock, Continental crust and Mafic. His work deals with themes such as Structural basin and Pyrite, which intersect with Sedimentary rock.
His Archean research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Igneous rock, Biogeochemical cycle, Diagenesis, Weathering and Sedimentary depositional environment. As a member of one scientific family, Axel Hofmann mostly works in the field of Craton, focusing on Volcanic rock and, on occasion, Siliciclastic. His Greenstone belt research focuses on subjects like Banded iron formation, which are linked to Metamorphic rock.
His primary areas of investigation include Archean, Geochemistry, Felsic, Craton and Greenstone belt. He interconnects Environmental chemistry, Anoxic waters and Nitrogen cycle in the investigation of issues within Archean. His Felsic research includes elements of Pluton and Zircon.
The concepts of his Craton study are interwoven with issues in Siliciclastic, Protolith, Volcanic rock, Continental crust and Basalt. His Siliciclastic research incorporates elements of Rhyolite, Sedimentary rock, Greenschist, Metamorphism and Supergroup. His work carried out in the field of Greenstone belt brings together such families of science as Igneous rock, Metasomatism, Apatite, Fluorapatite and Banded iron formation.
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Iron Formation: The Sedimentary Product of a Complex Interplay among Mantle, Tectonic, Oceanic, and Biospheric Processes
A. Bekker;B. Krapež;J. F. Slack;N. Planavsky.
Economic Geology (2010)
Evidence for oxygenic photosynthesis half a billion years before the Great Oxidation Event
Noah J. Planavsky;Dan Asael;Axel Hofmann;Christopher T. Reinhard.
Nature Geoscience (2014)
Rare Earth Element and yttrium compositions of Archean and Paleoproterozoic Fe formations revisited: New perspectives on the significance and mechanisms of deposition
Noah Planavsky;Noah Planavsky;Andrey Bekker;Olivier J. Rouxel;Olivier J. Rouxel;Balz S. Kamber.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2010)
Geodynamo, Solar Wind, and Magnetopause 3.4 to 3.45 Billion Years Ago
John A. Tarduno;Rory D. Cottrell;Michael K. Watkeys;Axel Hofmann.
The geochemistry of sedimentary rocks from the Fig Tree Group, Barberton greenstone belt: Implications for tectonic, hydrothermal and surface processes during mid-Archaean times
Precambrian Research (2005)
Towards a complete magmatic barcode for the Zimbabwe craton: Baddeleyite U-Pb dating of regional dolerite dyke swarms and sill complexes
Ulf Söderlund;Axel Hofmann;Martin B. Klausen;Johan R. Olsson.
Precambrian Research (2010)
Sulfur record of rising and falling marine oxygen and sulfate levels during the Lomagundi event
Noah J. Planavsky;Andrey Bekker;Axel Hofmann;Jeremy D. Owens.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2012)
Silica alteration zones in the Barberton greenstone belt: A window into subseafloor processes 3.5-3.3 Ga ago
Axel Hofmann;Chris Harris.
Chemical Geology (2008)
Iron Formations: Their Origins and Implications for Ancient Seawater Chemistry
A. Bekker;N. Planavsky;Birger Rasmussen;Bryan Krapez.
Treatise on Geochemistry (2014)
Iron isotope composition of some Archean and Proterozoic iron formations
Noah Planavsky;Noah Planavsky;Olivier J. Rouxel;Olivier J. Rouxel;Andrey Bekker;Axel Hofmann.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2012)
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