Meet the Soil, Environmental and Atmospheric Sciences Faculty
Jason A. Hubbart, Ph.D.
Forest Hydrology & Water Quality
- Phone: 573-884-7732
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Address: 203-Q Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building
- Web site: web.missouri.edu/~hubbartj/
- Ph.D. 2007, University of Idaho – Moscow
- Fresh water supply regimes (quantity, timing).
- Water quality disturbance mechanisms.
- Best management practices (BMP’s).
- Environmental biophysics and ecohydrology
- Hydrologic scaling, modeling, and change.
- Hubbart’s research interests lie in the integrated fields of physical hydrology, water resources, water quality, biogeochemistry, environmental biophysics, interdisciplinary environmental science, and ecology. Hubbart is keenly interested in the interactions of biota and hydrologic disturbance, and issues related to conservation and sustainability of fresh water resources, particularly at the urban/wildland interface.
- Undergraduate Courses
- Forestry 2540 – Forest Hydrology Field Studies (1 unit)
- Natural Resources 3290 – Hydrologic Measurement Techniques (1 unit)
- Forestry 4390 - Watershed Management & Water Quality (3 units)
- Atmospheric Sciences 4520 - Environmental Biophysics (3 units)
- Graduate Courses
- Forestry 7390 – Watershed Management & Water Quality (3 units)
- Hubbart, J.A. 2011.
In Press. Origins of Quantitative Hydrology: Pierre Perrault, Edme Mariotte, and Edmund Halley. Special edition, Water Resources Impact, 00(0):00-00.
- Hubbart, J.A. 2011.
In Press. Urban Floodplain Management: Understanding Consumptive Water-Use Potential in Urban Forested Floodplains. Stormwater Journal, 00(0):00-00.
- Jones, J.R., and J.A. Hubbart. 2011.
Empirical estimation of non-algal light attenuation in Missouri reservoirs using deviation from the maximum observed value in the Secchi-Chlorophyll relationship. Lake and Reservoir Management, 27:1-5.
- Hubbart, J.A., D.S. Jachowski, and D.A. Eads. In Press.
Seasonal and Among-Site Variation in the Occurrence and Abundance of Fleas on California Ground Squirrels (Otospermophilus beecheyi). Journal of Vector Ecology, 00:00-00.
- Smith, T., and J.A. Hubbart. 2011.
Low Impact Development: New Tricks for Older Communities in the Central U.S. Erosion Control Journal, 18(2):52-58.
- Hubbart, J.A., and N.A. Gebo. 2010.
Quantifying the Effects of Land-Use and Erosion by Particle Size Class Analysis in the Central U.S. Erosion Control Journal, 17(7):43-49.
- Hubbart, J.A. 2010.
Water Resources Education: Preparing the Next Generation of Water Resource Professionals. Special edition, Water Resources Impact, 12(6):13-15.
- Hubbart, J.A., and G.W. Freeman. 2010.
Sediment Laser Diffraction: A New Approach to an Old Problem in the Central U.S. Stormwater Journal, 11(7):36-44.
- Hubbart, J.A., J. Holmes, and G. Bowman. 2010.
Integrating Science Based Decision Making and TMDL Allocations in Urbanizing Watersheds. The Watershed Science Bulletin, 01:19-24.
- Kochendorfer, J., and J.A. Hubbart. 2010.
The Relative Roles of Climate and Rural Land-Use Changes in Streamflow Trends in the Upper Mississippi River Basin. The American Meteorological Society, Journal of Earth Interactions, 14(20):1-12.
- Hubbart, J.A. and J.R. Jones. 2009.
Flooding and Inland Waters. In: The Encyclopedia of Inland Waters. (Gene E. Likens, Editor). Oxford: Elsevier, 3:88-91.
- Koeniger, P., J.A. Hubbart, T.E. Link, and J.D. Marshall. 2008.
Isotopic Variation of Snowcover and Streamflow in Response to Changes in Canopy Structure in a Snow-Dominated Mountain Catchment. Hydrological Processes, 22(4):557-566.
- Hubbart, J.A. 2007.
Measuring and Modeling Hydrologic Responses to Timber Harvest in a Continental/Maritime Mountainous Environment. PhD Thesis, Department of Forest Resources, University of Idaho, Moscow, 170 pp.
- Hubbart, J.A., K.L. Kavanagh, R. Pangle, T.E. Link, and A. Schotzko. 2007.
Cold air drainage and modeled nocturnal leaf water potential in complex forested terrain. Tree Physiology, 27:631-639.
- Hubbart, J.A., T.E. Link, J.A. Gravelle, and W.J. Elliot. 2007.
Timber Harvest Impacts on Hydrologic Yield in the Continental/Maritime Hydroclimatic Region of the U.S. In: Special Issue on Headwater Forest Streams, Forest Science, 53(2):169-180.
- Karwan, D.L., J.A. Gravelle, and J.A. Hubbart. 2007.
Effects of Timber Harvest on Suspended Sediment Loads in Mica Creek, Idaho. In: Special Issue on Headwater Forest Streams, Forest Science, 53(2):181-188.
- Hubbart, J.A., T.E. Link, C. Campbell, and D. Cobos. 2005.
An evaluation of a low-cost temperature measurement system. Hydrologic Processes, 19:1517-1523.