Professor, Hydrology, Water Quality West Virginia University - Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources & Design
- Ph.D., 2007 - Natural Resources: Physical Hydrology and Watershed Management, University of Idaho - Moscow
- M.S., 2002 - Forest Ecology and Mammalogy, California State University - Fresno
- B.S., 2000 - Ecology, California State University - Fresno
- 2016–Present: Director, Institute of Water Security and Science, West Virginia University.
- 2016–Present: Professor of Hydrology, Division of Plant and Soil Sciences, West Virginia University.
- 2016–Present: Assistant Director, West Virginia Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.
- 2013–2015: Associate Professor, Forest Hydrology, University of Missouri.
- 2007–2013: Assistant Professor, Forest Hydrology, University of Missouri.
- Fresh water supply regimes (quantity, timing)
- Biogeochemical cycling and water quality
- Biophysical ecology and ecohydrology
- Hydrologic scaling, modeling, and change
- Soil, plant, atmosphere water relations
Dr. Hubbart’s research interests lie in the integrated fields of physical hydrology, water resources, water quality, biogeochemistry, environmental biophysics, and ecology. He is keenly interested in the interactions of biota and hydrologic disturbance, climate change, droughts, flooding, biogeochemistry and issues related to conservation and sustainability of fresh water resources.
- 2016–Present: West Virginia Gubernatorial Appointee, Chesapeake Bay Program Science and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC).
2016-Present: West Virginia Gubernatorial Appointee, Chesapeake Bay Program Science
and Technical Advisory Committee (STAC)
2014–Present: Member, Southeastern Regional Association (SERA46) Land Grant University (LGI) Gulf Hypoxia Multistate Regional Committee.