Jeffrey M. Hoffman 

Expedition Scientist

Jeff Hoffman did his undergraduate and graduate work at Louisiana State University in microbiology. He started work in April 2002 and was the first person hired at the Venter Institute. Since 2002 Jeff has been the Expedition Scientist onboard Sorcerer II. His time on Sorcerer II includes the pilot study in the Sargasso Sea, the circumnavigation around the world from 2004-2006 and the Baltic/Mediterranean/ Black Sea of 2009-2010. He has also been on 3 expeditions to the continent of Antarctica and one Southern Ocean Survey from Australia to Antarctica.

Publications

26-Jul-2021
Press Release

Climate change and iron availability may drastically alter algae blooms in the Southern Ocean, trapping vast nutrients

Shifts in diatom population may have profound effects on global nutrient distribution and carbon cycling

30-Mar-2015
Blog

Science on the Sea Ice Edge

25-Feb-2014
Blog

Amazon Expedition

04-Sep-2013
Blog

Sampling: US to the Azores

26-Oct-2010
Blog

Go To Greece!

25-Oct-2010
Blog

Second Leg of Greek Sampling

15-Oct-2010
Blog

Tourist in Turkey

14-Oct-2010
Blog

Turkish Transect

17-Sep-2010
Blog

Italy: Sites and Sailing

31-Aug-2010
Blog

Straits of Messina Transect

26-Aug-2010
Blog

Naples Harbor Sampling

20-Jul-2010
Blog

Sorcerer II back at Sea!

13-Jul-2010
Blog

Tourist Time in Barcelona!

25-Nov-2009
Blog

Station IV: The Ice Edge

19-Nov-2009
Blog

McMurdo Sound

02-Nov-2009
Blog

Christchurch, New Zealand

17-Jun-2009
Blog

The Volvo Ocean Race

28-May-2009
Blog

The Final Plymouth Sample

11-May-2009
Blog

England, Here We Come!