- Ph.D. 2007, University of Idaho – Moscow
- 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.
- Hubbart’s research interests lie in the integrated fields of physical hydrology, water resources, water quality, biogeochemistry, environmental biophysics, and ecology. Hubbart 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.
- Undergraduate Courses
- Forestry 2540 – Forest Hydrology Field Studies (1 unit)
- Natural Resources 3290 – Hydrologic Measurement Techniques (1 unit)
- Forestry 4390 – Watershed Management and Water Quality (3 units)
- Atmospheric Sciences 4520 – Environmental Biophysics (3 units)
- Graduate Courses
- Forestry 7390 – Watershed Management and Water Quality (3 units)
- Atmospheric Sciences 7520 – Environmental Biophysics (3 units)
- Natural Resources 8290 – Hydrologic Measurement and Synthesis (2 units)
- Forestry 8390 – Physical Hydrology
- Natural Resources 9390 – Ecohydrology Journal Club (1 unit)