OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Publications

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Author Title [ Type(Asc)] Year
Journal Article
Zabowski D., Whitney N., Gurung J., Hatten J..  2011.  Total soil carbon in the coarse fraction and at depth. Forest Science. 57
Ouyang Y, Leininger TD, Hatten J, Parajuli PB.  2013.  A STELLA model to estimate soil CO2 emissions from a short-rotation woody crop. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 224(1)
Krapfl KJ, Hatten JA, Roberts SD, Baldwin BS, Rousseau RJ, Shankle MW.  2014.  Soil Properties, Nitrogen Status, and Switchgrass Productivity in a Biochar-Amended Silty Clay Loam. Soil Science Society of America Journal. 78(S1):S136-S136.
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.
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, 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.
Wheatcroft Ra., Goñi Ma., Hatten JA, Pasternack GB, Warrick Ja..  2010.  The role of effective discharge in the ocean delivery of particulate organic carbon by small, mountainous river systems. Limnology and Oceanography. 55(1):161-171.
Tinkham W.T., Smith A.M.S., Higuera P.E., Hatten J.A., Brewer N.W., Doerr S.H..  2016.  Replacing time with space: Using laboratory fires to explore the effects of repeated burning on black carbon degradation. International Journal of Wildland Fire. 25(2)
Ouyang Y, Leininger TD, Hatten J.  2013.  Real-time estimation of TP load in a Mississippi Delta stream using a dynamic data driven application system. Journal of Environmental Management. 122:37-41.
Goñi Ma., Hatten JA, Wheatcroft Ra., Borgeld JC.  2013.  Particulate organic matter export by two contrasting small mountainous rivers from the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A.. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 118(1):112-134.
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.
Choi BKoo, Hatten J.A, Dewey J.C, Ezell A.W, Otsukp K.  2014.  Impacts of three silvicultural prescriptions on sediment mobility and water quality in headwater streams of forested watersheds in the Upper Gulf Coastal Plain of Mississippi, USA. Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University. 59(1):191-203.
Brewer NW, Smith AMS, Hatten JA, Higuera PE, Hudak AT, Ottmar RD, Tinkham WT.  2013.  Fuel moisture influences on fire-altered carbon in masticated fuels: An experimental study. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences. 118(1):30-40.
Tesi T., Miserocchi S., Acri F., Langone L., Boldrin A., Hatten J.A, Albertazzi S..  2013.  Flood-driven transport of sediment, particulate organic matter, and nutrients from the Po River watershed to the Mediterranean Sea. Journal of Hydrology. 498:144-152.
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.
Ouyang Y, Higman J, Hatten J.  2012.  Estimation of dynamic load of mercury in a river with BASINS-HSPF model. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 12(2):207-216.
Warrick J.A, Hatten J.A, Pasternack G.B, Gray A.B, Goni M.A, Wheatcroft R.A.  2012.  The effects of wildfire on the sediment yield of a coastal California watershed. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 124(7-8):1130-1146.
Choi B, Hatten JA, Dewey JC, Otsuki K, Cha D.  2013.  Effect of timber harvesting on stormflow characteristics in headwater streams of managed, forested watersheds in the upper gulf coastal plain of Mississippi. Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Kyushu University. 58(2):395-402.
Mack J, Hatten J, Sucre E, Roberts S, Leggett Z, Dewey J.  2014.  The effect of organic matter manipulations on site productivity, soil nutrients, and soil carbon on a southern loblolly pine plantation. Forest Ecology and Management. 326:25-35.
Hatten J., Goñi M..  2016.  Cupric oxide (CUO) oxidation detects pyrogenic carbon in burnt organic matter and soils. PLoS ONE. 11(3)
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, 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 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.
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 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.

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