Peer-reviewed Publications

Hoffman, K.M.,  A. J. Trant, W. Nijland, and B. M. Starzomski. 2018. Ecological legacies of fire detected using plot-level measurements and LiDAR in an old growth coastal temperate rainforest. Forest Ecology and Management. Access the paper for free here: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1WzrP1L~GwGcLF

Heger, T. J., I. J. W. Giesbrecht, J. Gustavsen, J. del Campo, C. T. E. Kellogg, K. M. Hoffman, K. Lertzman, W. W. Mohn, and P. J. Keeling. High-throughput environmental sequencing reveals high diversity of litter and moss associated protist communities along a gradient of drainage and tree productivity, Environmental Microbiology.

Hoffman, K. M., K. P. Lertzman and B. M. Starzomski 2017. Ecological legacies of anthropogenic burning in a British Columbia coastal temperate rain forest. Journal of Biogeography DOI: 10.1111/jbi.13096. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jbi.13096/abstract

Hoffman, K. M., D. G. Gavin and B. M. Starzomski 2016. Seven hundred years of human-driven and climate-influenced fire activity in a British Columbia coastal temperate rainforest. Royal Society Open Science, doi:10.1098/rsos.160608. http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/3/10/160608.article-info

Trant, A. J., W. Nijland, K. M. Hoffman, D. McLaren, D. L. Matthews, T. A. Nelson, and B. M. Starzomski 2016. Intertidal resource-use over millennia enhances forest productivity. Nature Communications 7(12491), doi:10.1038/ncomms12491. www.nature.com/articles/ncomms12491

Hoffman, K. M., D. G. Gavin, K. P. Lertzman, D. Smith, and B. M. Starzomski 2016. 13,000 years of fire history derived from soil charcoal in a British Columbia coastal temperate rainforest. Ecosphere (DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1415)  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ecs2.1415/full

Hoffman, K. M. and D. Smith 2013. Late Holocene glacial activity at Bromley Glacier, Cambria Icefield, northern British Columbia Coast Mountains, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 50(6):599-606. http://www.nrcresearchpress.com/toc/cjes/0/ja

Hoffman, K. M., C. Coccola, K. House, and A. Marvoort 2012. A forest in transition: The role of small-scale disturbances, The Arbutus Review 3(1): 1-22.  http://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/arbutus/article/view/11526

Other publications

Hoffman, K. M., S. B. Wickham, and B. M. Starzomski. 2018. Three Management Objectives to Slow Garry Oak Meadow Encroachment and Restore Taylor's Checkerspot Habitat in Helliwell Provincial Park. Hornby Island, British Columbia. Technical Report: British Columbia Parks.

Hoffman, K. M. 2018. 13,000 years of fire activity in a temperate rainforest on the Central Coast of British Columbia, Canada. PhD in the School of Environmental Studies, University of Victoria. Victoria, British Columbia.

Hoffman, K. M. 2017. Quest for fire. Coast Mountain Culture. The Lost Issue: Summer 2017. http://mountainculturegroup.com/how-first-nations-managed-forest-fires-bc/?platform=hootsuite

Hoffman, K.M. 2014. The Bog. The Cleanest Line.

Hoffman, K. M. 2014. Plant diversity of Mt. Edziza Provincial Park, Technical Report: British Columbia Parks.

Bremer, E., K. M. Hoffman, H. Sanguspan, and M. Gruselle. 2014. PRS probes provide a sensitive measure of soil nutrient supply diverse wetland ecosystems, Technical Report: Western AG Innovations. 

Hoffman, K. M. 2012. A one hundred year re-survey and dendroglaciological investigation of late Holocene activity at Bromley Glacier, British Columbia Coast Mountains. BSc Honours Geography. University of Victoria. Victoria, British Columbia.