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Krapfl KJ, Hatten JA, Roberts SD, Baldwin BS, Rousseau RJ, Shankle MW.  2016.  Capacity of biochar application and nitrogen fertilization to mitigate grass competition upon tree seedlings during stand regeneration. Forest Ecology and Management. 376:298-309.
Callesen I, Harrison R, Stupak I, Hatten J, Raulund-Rasmussen K, Boyle J, Clarke N, Zabowski D.  2016.  Carbon storage and nutrient mobilization from soil minerals by deep roots and rhizospheres. Forest Ecology and Management. 359:322-331.
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.
Choi B., Dewey J.C, Hatten J.A, Ezell A.W, Fan Z..  2012.  Changes in vegetative communities and water table dynamics following timber harvesting in small headwater streams. Forest Ecology and Management. 281:1-11.
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 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.
Gray A.B., Pasternack G.B., Watson E.B., Goñi M.A., Hatten J.A., Warrick J.A..  2016.  Conversion to drip irrigated agriculture may offset historic anthropogenic and wildfire contributions to sediment production. Science of the Total Environment. 556
Hatten J., Goñi M..  2016.  Cupric oxide (CUO) oxidation detects pyrogenic carbon in burnt organic matter and soils. PLoS ONE. 11(3)

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