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Hatten J, Landgren C, Hart J.  2014.  Long-term soil productivity in christmas tree farms of oregon and washington: A comparative analysis between first- and multi-rotation plantations. Forests. 5(10):2581-2593.
Hatten J, Zabowski D, Scherer G, Dolan E.  2005.  A comparison of soil properties after contemporary wildfire and fire suppression. Forest Ecology and Management. 220(1-3):227-241.
Hatten J., Goñi M..  2016.  Cupric oxide (CUO) oxidation detects pyrogenic carbon in burnt organic matter and soils. PLoS ONE. 11(3)
Hatten J, Zabowski D, Ogden A, Theis W, Choi B.  2012.  Role of season and interval of prescribed burning on ponderosa pine growth in relation to soil inorganic N and P and moisture. Forest Ecology and Management. 269:106-115.
Hatten JA, Goñi Ma., Wheatcroft Ra..  2012.  Chemical characteristics of particulate organic matter from a small, mountainous river system in the Oregon Coast Range, USA. Biogeochemistry. 107:43–66.
Hatten JA, Zabowski D.  2010.  Fire severity effects on soil organic matter from a ponderosa pine forest: A laboratory study. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 19(5):613-623.
Hatten J.A, Zabowski D..  2009.  Changes in Soil Organic Matter Pools and Carbon Mineralization as Influenced by Fire Severity. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 73(1):262-262.
Hatten J, Sloan J, Frey B, Straub J, Kaminski R, Ezell A.  2014.  Soil and Sediment Carbon and Nitrogen in Mississippi Alluvial Valley and Interior Flatwoods Bottomlands. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 78(S1):S248-S248.
Hatten J.A, Zabowski D., Ogden A., Thies W..  2008.  Soil organic matter in a ponderosa pine forest with varying seasons and intervals of prescribed burn. Forest Ecology and Management. 255(7):2555-2565.