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Garten, Charles T.. "Nitrogen Saturation and Soil N Availability in a High-Elevation Spruce and Fir Forest." Water Air and Soil Pollution 120, no. 3-4 (2000): 295-313.
Garten, Charles T.. "Relationships Among Forest Soil C Isotopic Composition, Partitioning, and Turnover Times." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36, no. 9 (2006): 2157-2167.
Garten, Charles T.. "Changes in Carbon Following Forest Soil Transplants Along an Altitudinal Gradient." Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 39, no. 19-20 (2008): 2883-2893.
Garten, Charles T., L. W. Cooper, W. M. Post, and Paul J. Hanson. "Climate Controls on Forest Soil C Isotope Ratios in the Southern Appalachian Mountains." Ecology 81, no. 4 (2000): 1108-1119.
Garten, Charles T., and Helga Van Miegroet. "Relationships Between Soil Nitrogen Dynamics and Natural 15N Abundance in Plant Foliage from Great Smoky Mountains National Park." Canadian Journal of Forest Research 24, no. 8 (1994): 1636-1645.
Garten, Charles T., and Helga Van Miegroet. Nitrogen Isotope Ratios in Plants as an Indicator of N Status in the Great Smoky Mountains In Third Annual Southern Appalachian Man and the Biosphere Conference. Gatlinburg, TN: Tennessee Valley Authority, 1992.
Garten, Charles T., and Paul J. Hanson. "Measured Forest Soil C Stocks and Estimated Turnover Times Along an Elevation Gradient." GEODERMA 136, no. 1-2 (2006): 342-352.
Garten, Charles T.. "Potential Net Soil N Mineralization and Decomposition of Glycine-C-13 in Forest Soils Along an Elevation Gradient." Soil Biology & Biochemistry 36, no. 9 (2004): 1491-1496.
Garten, Charles T., W. M. Post, Paul J. Hanson, and L. W. Cooper. "Forest Soil Carbon Inventories and Dynamics Along an Elevation Gradient in the Southern Appalachian Mountains." Biogeochemistry 45, no. 2 (1999): 115-145.
Garten, Charles T., A. B. Schwab, and T. L. Shirshac. "Foliar Retention of N-15 Tracers: Implications for Net Canopy Exchange in Low- and High-elevation Forest Ecosystems." Forest Ecology and Management 103, no. 2-3 (1998): 211-216.