Jason Hubbart
Jason Hubbart
Professor of Hydrology, West Virginia University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei mail.wvu.edu
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Evaluation of a low‐cost temperature measurement system for environmental applications
J Hubbart, T Link, C Campbell, D Cobos
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 19 (7), 1517-1523, 2005
Timber harvest impacts on water yield in the continental/maritime hydroclimatic region of the United States
JA Hubbart, TE Link, JA Gravelle, WJ Elliot
Forest Science 53 (2), 169-180, 2007
Effects of timber harvest on suspended sediment loads in Mica Creek, Idaho
DL Karwan, JA Gravelle, JA Hubbart
Forest Science 53 (2), 181-188, 2007
Structure and composition of an oak-hickory forest after over 60 years of repeated prescribed burning in Missouri, USA
BO Knapp, K Stephan, JA Hubbart
Forest Ecology and Management 344, 95-109, 2015
Isotopic variation of snow cover and streamflow in response to changes in canopy structure in a snow‐dominated mountain catchment
P Koeniger, JA Hubbart, T Link, JD Marshall
Hydrological Processes: An International Journal 22 (4), 557-566, 2008
Cold air drainage and modeled nocturnal leaf water potential in complex forested terrain
JA Hubbart, KL Kavanagh, R Pangle, T Link, A Schotzko
Tree physiology 27 (4), 631-639, 2007
Considering streamflow trend analyses uncertainty in urbanizing watersheds: a baseflow case study in the central United States
JA Hubbart, C Zell
Earth Interactions 17 (5), 1-28, 2013
Validation and sensitivity test of the distributed hydrology soil‐vegetation model (DHSVM) in a forested mountain watershed
E Du, TE Link, JA Gravelle, JA Hubbart
Hydrological processes 28 (26), 6196-6210, 2014
Studying summer season drought in western Russia
AR Lupo, II Mokhov, YG Chendev, MG Lebedeva, M Akperov, JA Hubbart
Advances in Meteorology 2014, 2014
Localized climate and surface energy flux alterations across an urban gradient in the central US
JA Hubbart, E Kellner, L Hooper, AR Lupo, PS Market, PE Guinan, ...
Energies 7 (3), 1770-1791, 2014
A SWAT model validation of nested-scale contemporaneous stream flow, suspended sediment and nutrients from a multiple-land-use watershed of the central USA
SJ Zeiger, JA Hubbart
Science of The Total Environment 572, 232-243, 2016
Using remote sensing data to improve groundwater supply estimations in Gujarat, India
P Chinnasamy, JA Hubbart, G Agoramoorthy
Earth Interactions 17 (1), 1-17, 2013
Snow disappearance timing is dominated by forest effects on snow accumulation in warm winter climates of the Pacific Northwest, United States
SE Dickerson‐Lange, RF Gersonde, JA Hubbart, TE Link, AW Nolin, ...
Hydrological processes 31 (10), 1846-1862, 2017
Improving quantitative understanding of bottomland hardwood forest influence on soil water consumption in an urban floodplain
JA Hubbart, RM Muzika, D Huang, A Robinson
The Watershed Science Bulletin 3, 34-43, 2011
More than drought: precipitation variance, excessive wetness, pathogens and the future of the western edge of the eastern deciduous forest
JA Hubbart, R Guyette, RM Muzika
Science of the Total Environment 566, 463-467, 2016
Seasonal and among‐site variation in the occurrence and abundance of fleas on California ground squirrels (Otospermophilus beecheyi)
JA Hubbart, DS Jachowski, DA Eads
Journal of Vector Ecology 36 (1), 117-123, 2011
An inexpensive alternative solar radiation shield for ambient air temperature micro-sensors
JA Hubbart
Journal of Natural & Environmental Sciences 2, 9-14, 2011
TMDLs: improving stakeholder acceptance with science-based allocations
JA Hubbart, J Holmes, G Bowman
Watershed Sci Bull 1, 19-24, 2010
Quantifying loading, toxic concentrations, and systemic persistence of chloride in a contemporary mixed-land-use watershed using an experimental watershed approach
JA Hubbart, E Kellner, LW Hooper, S Zeiger
Science of the Total Environment 581, 822-832, 2017
Interdisciplinary linkages of biophysical processes and resilience theory: Pursuing predictability
C Zell, JA Hubbart
Ecological modelling 248, 1-10, 2013
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