Kellner, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2019. A method for advancing understanding of streamflow and geomorphological characteristics in mixed-land-use watersheds. Science of The Total Environment 657: 634-643.
Kleinman, P.J.A., R.M. Fanelli, R.M. Hirsch, A.R. Buda, Z.M. Easton, L.A. Wainger, C. Brosch, M. Lowenfish, A.S. Collick, A. Shirmohammadi, K. Boomer, J.A. Hubbart, R.B. Bryant, and G.W. Shenk. 2019. Phosphorus and the Chesapeake Bay: Lingering Issues and Emerging Concerns for Agriculture. Journal of Environmental Quality (Special Section).
Kutta, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2019. Climatic Trends of West Virginia: A Representative Appalachian Microcosm. Water 11(6): 1117.
Kutta, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2019. Observed Climatic Changes in West Virginia and Opportunities for Agriculture. Regional Environmental Change 1-13.
Kutta, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2019. Observed Mesoscale Hydroclimate Variability of North America’s Allegheny Mountains at 40.2° N. Climate 7(7): 91.
Zeiger, S.J., and J.A. Hubbart. 2019. Characterizing Land Use Impacts on Channel Geomorphology and Streambed Sedimentological Characteristics. Water 11: 1088.
Zeiger, S.J., and J.A. Hubbart. 2019. Quantifying Relationships between Urban Land Use and Flow Frequency of Small Missouri Streams. Science of the Total Environment 659: 1008-1015.
Zeiger, S., and J.A. Hubbart. 2019. Quantifying Relationships between Watershed Characteristics and Hydroecological Indices of Missouri Streams. Science of the Total Environment 654: 1305-1315.
Hubbart, J.A. 2018. Considering
the Future of Water Resources: A Call for Investigations that Include the
Cultural Anthropology of Water. Global Journal of Archaeology and
Anthropology 3(2): 1-3.
Kellner, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2018. Flow Class Analysis of Suspended Sediment Concentration and Particle Size in a Mixed-Land-Use Watershed. Science of the Total Environment 648: 973-983.
Kellner, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2018. Spatiotemporal Variability of Suspended Sediment Particle Size in a Mixed-Land-Use Watershed. Science of the Total Environment 615: 1164-1175.
Kellner, E., J. Hubbart, K. Stephan, E. Morrissey, Z. Freedman, E. Kutta, and C. Kelly. 2018. Characterization of sub-watershed-scale stream chemistry regimes in an Appalachian mixed-land-use watershed. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 190(10): 586.
Klein-Hentz, A.M., P.J. Kinder, J.A. Hubbart, and E. Kellner. 2018. Accuracy and Optimal altitude for Physical Habitat Assessment (PHA) of stream environments using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV). Drones 2(2): 20.
Kutta, E., and Hubbart, J.A. 2018. Changing Climatic Averages and Variance: Implications for Mesophication at the Eastern Edge of North America’s Eastern Deciduous Forest. Forests 9(10): 605.
Kutta, E., J.A. Hubbart, T. Eichler, and A. Lupo. 2018. Symmetry of Energy Divergence Anomalies Associated with the El Niño-Southern Oscillation. Atmosphere 9(9): 342.
Petersen, F., J.A. Hubbart, E. Kellner, E. Kutta. 2018. Land-Use-Mediated Escherichia coli Concentrations in a Contemporary Appalachian Watershed. Environmental Earth Sciences 77(22): 754.
Sunde, M.G., H.S. He, J.A. Hubbart, M. Urban. 2018. An Integrated Modeling Approach for Estimating Hydrologic Responses to Future Urbanization and Climate Changes in a Mixed-Use Midwestern Watershed. Journal of Environmental Management 220: 149-162.
Wei, L., H. Zhou, T.E. Link, K.L. Kavanagh, J.A. Hubbart, E. Du, A.T. Hudak, and J.D. Marshall. 2018. Forest Productivity Varies with Soil Moisture More than Temperature in a Small Montane Watershed. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 259: 211-221.
Zeiger, S., and J.A. Hubbart. 2018. Rainfall-Stream Flow Responses in a Mixed-Land-use and Municipal Watershed of the Central USA. Environmental Earth Sciences 77(12): 438.
Zeiger, S., and J.A. Hubbart. 2018. Assessing Environmental Flow Targets Using Pre-Settlement Land Cover: A SWAT Modeling Application. Water 10(6): 791.
Zeiger, S., and J.A. Hubbart. 2018. Assessing the Difference between Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) Simulated Pre-Development and Observed Developed Loading Regimes. Hydrology 5(2): 29.
S., and J.A. Hubbart. 2018. Quantifying
Land use Influences on Event-Based Flow Frequency, Timing, Magnitude, and Rate
of Change in an Urbanizing Watershed of the Central USA. Environmental Earth Sciences 77: 107.
Dickerson-Lange, S.E., R.F. Gersonde, J.A. Hubbart, T.E. Link, A.W.
Nolin, G.H. Perry, T.R. Roth, N.E. Wayand, and J.D. Lundquist. 2017.
Snow Disappearance Timing is dominated by Forest Effects on Snow Accumulation in Warm Winter Climates of the Pacific Northwest, USA.
Hydrological Processes 31(10).
Hubbart, J.A., E. Kellner, L.W. Hooper, and S. Zeiger. 2017. Quantifying Loading, Toxic Concentrations, and Systemic Persistence of Chloride in a Contemporary Mixed-Land-Use Watershed Using an Experimental Watershed Approach. Science of the Total Environment 581-582: 822-832.
Hubbart, J.A., E. Kellner, P. Kinder, and K. Stephan. 2017. Challenges in Aquatic Physical Habitat Assessment: Improving Conservation and Restoration Decisions for Contemporary Watersheds. Challenges 8(2): 31.
Kellner, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2017. Advancing Understanding of the Surface Water Quality Regime of Contemporary Mixed-Land-Use Watersheds: An Application of the Experimental Watershed Method. Hydrology 4(2): 31.
Kellner, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2017. Confounded by Forgotten Legacies: Effectively Managing Watersheds in the Contemporary Age of Unknown Unknowns. Hydrological Processes 31(15).
Kellner, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2017. Improving Understanding of Mixed-Land-Use Watershed Suspended Sediment Regimes: Mechanistic Progress through High-Frequency Sampling. Science of the Total Environment 598: 228-238.
Kellner, E, and J.A. Hubbart. 2017. Land use impacts on floodplain water table response to precipitation events. Ecohydrology 11(1): e1913.
Kutta, E., J.A. Hubbart, B.M. Svoma, T. Eichler, and A.R. Lupo. 2017.
Symmetric and Asymmetric Components of Anomalous Tropospheric-Mean Horizontal Fluxes of Latent and Sensible Heat Associated with ENSO Events of Variable Magnitude. Atmospheric Research 198: 173-184.
Sunde, M.G., H.S. He, J.A. Hubbart, and M.A. Urban. 2017. Integrating Downscaled CMIP5 Data with a Physically-Based Hydrologic Model to Estimate Potential Climate Change Impacts on Streamflow Processes in a Mixed-Land-Use Watershed. Hydrological Processes 31(9).
Wei, L., J.A. Hubbart, and H. Zhou. 2017. Variable Streamflow Contributions in Nested Subwatersheds of a US Midwestern Urban Watershed. Water Resources Management 32(1): 213-228.
Zeiger, S., and J.A. Hubbart. 2017. An Assessment of Mean Areal Precipitation Methods on Simulated Stream Flow: A SWAT Model Performance Assessment. Water 9(7): 459.
Zeiger, S., and J.A. Hubbart. 2017. Quantifying Flow Interval - Pollutant Loading Relationships in a Rapidly Urbanizing Mixed-Land-Use Watershed of the Central US. Environmental Earth Sciences 76: 484.
Chendev, Y.G., J.A. Hubbart, E.A. Terekhin, A.R. Lupo, T.J. Sauer, and
C.L. Burras. 2016. Recent Afforestation in the Iowa River and Vorskla River Basins: A Comparative Trends Analysis. Forests 7(11): 278.
Hooper, L., and J.A. Hubbart. 2016. A Rapid Physical Habitat Assessment of Wadeable Streams for Mixed-Land-Use Watersheds. Hydrology 3(4): 37.
Hubbart, J.A., R. Guyette, and R-M. Muzika. 2016. More than Drought: Precipitation Variance, Excessive Wetness, Pathogens and the Future of the Western Edge of the Eastern Deciduous Forest. Science of the Total
Environment 566-567: 463-467.
Hubbart, J.A., and D.G. Larson. 2016. Understanding the Cultural Anthropology of Water by Investigating the History of World's Fairs: An Alert for needed Research. International Education and Research 2(7): 17-19.
Kellner, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2016. Application of the Experimental Watershed Approach to Advance Urban Watershed Precipitation/Discharge Understanding. Urban Ecosystems 20(4): 799-810.
Kellner, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2016. A Comparison of the Spatial Distribution of Vadose Zone Water in Forested and Agricultural Floodplains a Century after Harvest. Science of the Total Environment 542(Part A): 153-161.
Kellner, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2016. Continuous and Event-Based Time Series Analysis of Observed Floodplain Groundwater Flow under Contrasting Land-Use Types. Science of the Total Environment 566-567: 436-445.
Kutta, E., and J.A. Hubbart. 2016. Reconsidering Meteorological Seasons in a Changing Climate. Climatic Change 137(3-4): 511-524.
Matveev, S.M., Y.G. Chendev, A.R. Lupo, J.A. Hubbart, and D.A.
Timashchuk. 2016. Climatic Changes in the East-European Forest-Steppe and Effects on Scots Pine Productivity. Pure and Applied Geophysics
Nichols, J., J.A. Hubbart, and B.C. Poulton. 2016. Using Macroinvertebrate Assemblages and Multiple Stressors to Infer Urban Stream System Condition: A Case Study in the Central US. Urban Ecosystems 19(2): 679-704.
Simpson, M., and J.A. Hubbart. 2016. Spatial Trends of Precipitation Chemistry in the Central Plains Region of the United States. Environmental Earth Sciences 75: 713.
Simpson, M., J.A. Hubbart, and N.I. Fox. 2016. Ground Truthed Performance of single- and Dual-Polarized Radar Rain Rates at Large Ranges. Hydrological Processes 30: 3692-3703.
Sunde, M., H.S. He, J.A. Hubbart, and C. Scroggins. 2016. Forecasting streamflow response to increased imperviousness in an urbanizing Midwestern watershed using a coupled modeling approach. Applied
Geography 72: 14-25.
Zeiger, S., and J.A. Hubbart. 2016. Quantifying Suspended Sediment Flux in a Mixed-Land-Use Urbanizing Watershed using a Nested-Scale Study Design. Science of the Total Environment 542(Part A): 315-323.
Zeiger, S., and J.A. Hubbart. 2016. A SWAT Model Validation of Nested-Scale Contemporaneous Stream Flow, Suspended Sediment and Nutrients from a Multiple-Land-Use Watershed of the Central USA. Science
of the Total Environment 572: 232-243.