Jon Hathaway

Extension Associate

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Hathaway received his PhD from North Carolina State University in 2010, where he studied the fate, transport, and removal of indicator bacteria in urban stormwater runoff. After a brief research fellowship at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and nearly two and half years at one of the nation’s leading ecological design and consulting firms, Hathaway joined the faculty of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Education

P.h.D. 2010

Biological and Agricultural Engineering

NC State University

M.S. 2005

Biological and Agricultural Engineering

NC State University

B.S. 2002

Biological and Agricultural Engineering

NC State University

Research Description

Watershed Hydrology I Low Impact Development/Stormwater Management I Green Infrastructure I Ecosystem Restoration I Ecological Engineering I Surface Water Quality I Fecal Indicator Bacteria/Pathogens

Publications

Indicator bacteria performance of storm water control measures in Wilmington, North Carolina
Hathaway, J. M., & Hunt, W. F. (2012), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 138(2), 185–197.
Intra-event variability of Escherichia coli and total suspended solids in urban stormwater runoff
McCarthy, D. T., Hathaway, J. M., Hunt, W. F., & Deletic, A. (2012), Water Research, 46(20), 6661–6670.
Temporal analysis of stormwater control measure effluent based on windows of harmful algal bloom (HAB) sensitivity: Are annual nutrient EMCs appropriate during HAB-sensitive seasons?
Hathaway, J. M., Moore, T. L. C., Burkholder, J. M., & Hunt, W. F. (2012), Ecological Engineering, 49, 41–47.
A Traditional analysis of the first flush effect for nutrients in stormwater runoff from two small urban catchments
Hathaway, J. M., Tucker, R. S., Spooner, J. M., & Hunt, W. F. (2012), Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 223(9), 5903–5915.
Evaluation of first flush for indicator bacteria and total suspended solids in urban stormwater runoff
Hathaway, J. M., & Hunt, W. F. (2011), Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 217(1-4), 135–147.
Exploring fecal indicator bacteria in a constructed stormwater wetland
Hathaway, J. M., Hunt, W. F., Graves, A. K., Bass, K. L., & Caldwell, A. (2011), Water Science and Technology, 63(11), 2707–2712. https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2011.539
Field evaluation of bioretention indicator bacteria sequestration in Wilmington, North Carolina
Hathaway, J. M., Hunt, W. F., Graves, A. K., & Wright, J. D. (2011), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 137(12), 1103–1113. https://doi.org/10.1061/(asce)ee.1943-7870.0000444
Organic nitrogen exports from urban stormwater wetlands in North Carolina
Moore, T. L. C., Hunt, W. F., Burchell, M. R., & Hathaway, J. M. (2011), Ecological Engineering, 37(4), 589–594.
Evaluation of Storm-Water Wetlands in Series in Piedmont North Carolina
Hathaway, J. M., & Hunt, W. F. (2010), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 136(1), 140–146.
Impact of storm-water runoff on clogging and fecal bacteria reduction in sand columns
Bright, T. M., Hathaway, J. M., Hunt, W. F., Reyes, F. L., & Burchell, M. R. (2010), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 136(12), 1435–1441.
Nutrient removal capability of a constructed wetland receiving groundwater contaminated by swine lagoon seepage
Hathaway, J. M., Cook, M. J., & Evans, R. O. (2010), Transactions of the ASABE, 53(3), 741–749.
Runoff volume reduction by a level spreader-vegetated filter strip system in suburban Charlotte, NC
Hunt, W. F., Hathaway, J. M., Winston, R. J., & Jadlocki, S. J. (2010), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 15(6), 499–503.
Side-by-side comparison of nitrogen species removal for four types of permeable pavement and standard asphalt in eastern North Carolina
Collins, K. A., Hunt, W. F., & Hathaway, J. M. (2010), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 15(6), 512–521.
Statistical evaluation of factors affecting indicator bacteria in urban storm-water runoff
Hathaway, J. M., Hunt, W. F., & Simmons, O. D. (2010), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 136(12), 1360–1368.
Indicator bacteria removal in storm-water best management practices in Charlotte, North Carolina
Hathaway, J. M., Hunt, W. F., & Jadlocki, S. (2009), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 135(12), 1275–1285.
Field evaluation of level spreaders in the Piedmont of North Carolina
Hathaway, J. M., & Hunt, W. F. (2008), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 134(4), 538–542. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9437(2008)134:4(538)
Hydrologic comparison of four types of permeable pavement and standard asphalt in eastern North Carolina
Collins, K. A., Hunt, W. F., & Hathaway, J. M. (2008), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 13(12), 1146–1157. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)1084-0699(2008)13:12(1146)
Pollutant removal and peak flow mitigation by a bioretention cell in urban Charlotte, NC
Hunt, W. F., Smith, J. T., Jadlocki, S. J., Hathaway, J. M., & Eubanks, P. R. (2008), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 134(5), 403–408.
The impact of swine lagoon seepage on shallow groundwater quality: Groundwater remediation through lagoon closure and pumping
Cook, M. J., Hathaway, J. M., & Evans, R. O. (2008), Transactions of the ASABE, 51(3), 891–900.

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