Bill Hunt

William Neal Reynolds Distinguished University Professor & Extension Specialist

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Dr. William F. Hunt III is a William Neal Reynolds Distinguished University Professor and Extension Specialist in North Carolina State University’s Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. Hunt holds degrees in Civil Engineering (NCSU, B.S., 1994), Economics (NCSU, B.S., 1995), Biological & Agricultural Engineering (NCSU, M.S., 1997) and Agricultural & Biological Engineering, (Penn State, Ph.D., 2003).

Since 2000, Hunt has assisted with the design, installation, and/or monitoring of over 150 stormwater control measures (SCMs), including bioretention, stormwater wetlands, innovative wet ponds, green roofs, permeable pavement, water harvesting/cistern systems and level spreaders. He teaches 20-25 short courses and workshops each year on stormwater design, function, and maintenance throughout North Carolina and the United States.

Hunt is an active member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), where he serves on the Urban Water Resources Research Council, the LID committee, and is co-chair of the Bioretention Task Committee. He was chair of the 2nd National LID Conference held in Wilmington, NC, in March 2007 and co-chaired the same conference in Philadelphia in September 2011.

Education

Ph.D. 2003

Agricultural and Biological Engineering

Pennsylvania State University

M.S. 1997

Biological and Agricultural Engineering

North Carolina State University

B.S. 1995

Economics

North Carolina State University

B.S. 1994

Civil Engineering

North Carolina State University

Research Description

Stormwater management, and low impact development and green infrastructure

Honors and Awards

  • William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor, 2015
  • Blue-Green Innovator of the Year in NC, 2014
  • American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers Young Extension Award, 2008
  • Inducted into the Academy of Outstanding Faculty Engaged in Extension (AOFEE), 2007
  • Governor's Award for Water Conservationist of the Year, NC Wildlife Foundation, 2007
  • NC State Alumni Outstanding Extension and Outreach Award, 2007
  • Outstanding Extension Specialist for NCSU and NCA&T for support of county programs from the NCSU Association of Extension Specialists, 2007

Publications

Evaluating the water quality benefits of a bioswale in Brunswick County, North Carolina (NC), USA
Purvis, R. A., Winston, R. J., Hunt, W. F., Lipscomb, B., Narayanaswamy, K., McDaniel, A., … Libes, S. (2018), Water, 10(2).
Hydrologic and water quality evaluation of a permeable pavement and biofiltration device in series
Braswell, A. S., Anderson, A. R., & Hunt, W. F. (2018), Water, 10(1).
Hydrologic and water quality performance of permeable pavement with internal water storage over a clay soil in Durham, North Carolina
Braswell, A. S., Winston, R. J., & Hunt, W. F. (2018), JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, 224, 277–287. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2018.07.040
Hydrologic performance of four permeable pavement systems constructed over low-permeability soils in Northeast Ohio
Winston, R. J., Dorsey, J. D., Smolek, A. P., & Hunt, W. F. (2018), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 23(4).
Performance of regenerative stormwater conveyance on the removal of dissolved pollutants: Field scale simulation study
Koryto, K. M., Hunt, W. F., Arellano, C., & Page, J. L. (2018), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 144(6).
Stormwater management in nutrient-sensitive watersheds: a case study investigating impervious cover limits and pollutant-load regulations
Stillwell, C. C., Hunt, W. F., Page, J. L., Baird, J. B., & Kennedy, S. G. (2018), WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 78(3), 664–675. https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2018.338
Vermuyden, Arkwright, and Slater the Traitor: Derwent Valley Mills-Birthplace of the water powered cotton spinning industry and skyscraper construction techniques
Newman, A. P., Rodriguez, A. M., & Hunt, W. F. (2018), (pp. 87–100).
Water quality and hydrologic performance of a regenerative stormwater conveyance in the piedmont of North Carolina
Cizek, A. R., Hunt, W. F., Winston, R. J., Waickowski, S. E., Narayanaswamy, K., & Lauffer, M. S. (2018), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 144(8).
The interrelationship of green infrastructure and natural capital
Chenoweth, J., Anderson, A. R., Kumar, P., Hunt, W. F., Chimbwandira, S. J., & Moore, T. L. C. (2018), Land Use Policy, 75, 137–144.
Adapting the relaxed tanks-in-series model for stormwater wetland water quality performance
Merriman, L. S., Hathaway, J. M., Burchell, M. R., & Hunt, W. F. (2017), Water, 9(9).
Air quality considerations for stormwater green street design
Shaneyfelt, K. M., Anderson, A. R., Kumar, P., & Hunt, W. F. (2017), Environmental Pollution, 231, 768–778.
Evaluation of factors affecting soil carbon sequestration services of stormwater wet retention ponds in varying climate zones
Merriman, L. S., Moore, T. L. C., Wang, J. W., Osmond, D. L., Al-Rubaei, A. M., Smolek, A. P., … Hunt, W. F. (2017), Science of the Total Environment, 583, 133–141. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.01.040
Hydrologic and water quality performance of regenerative stormwater conveyance installed to stabilize an eroded outfall
Koryto, K. M., Hunt, W. F., & Page, J. L. (2017), Ecological Engineering, 108, 263–276.
Hydrologic performance of regenerative stormwater conveyance in the North Carolina coastal plain
Cizek, A. R., Hunt, W. F., Winston, R. J., & Lauffer, M. S. (2017), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 143(9).
Modeling sediment reduction in grass swales and vegetated filter strips using particle settling theory
Winston, R. J., Anderson, A. R., & Hunt, W. F. (2017), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 143(1).
Nutrient and sediment reduction through upflow filtration of stormwater retention pond effluent
Winston, R. J., Hunt, W. F., & Pluer, W. T. (2017), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 143(5).
Nutrient sequestration by vegetation in bioretention cells receiving high nutrient loads
Turk, R. P., Kraus, H. T., Hunt, W. F., Carmen, N. B., & Bilderback, T. E. (2017), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 143(2). https://doi.org/10.1061/(asce)ee.1943-7870.0001158
Survey of the operational status of 25 Swedish municipal stormwater management ponds
Al-Rubaei, A. M., Merriman, L. S., Hunt, W. F., Viklander, M., Marsalek, J., & Blecken, G. T. (2017), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 143(6).
Curve number and runoff coefficients for extensive living roofs
Fassman-Beck, E., Hunt, W., Berghage, R., Carpenter, D., Kurtz, T., Stovin, V., & Wadzuk, B. (2016), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 21(3).
Development/ripening of ecosystems services in the first two growing seasons of a regional-scale constructed stormwater wetland on the coast of North Carolina
Merriman, L. S., Hunt, W. F., & Bass, K. L. (2016), Ecological Engineering, 94, 393–405.
Driving forces of effluent nutrient variability in field scale bioretention
Manka, B. N., Hathaway, J. M., Tirpak, R. A., He, Q., & Hunt, W. F. (2016), Ecological Engineering, 94, 622–628.
Enhancing stormwater management benefits of rainwater harvesting via innovative technologies
Gee, K. D., & Hunt, W. F. (2016), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 142(8).
Evaluating the spatial distribution of pollutants and associated maintenance requirements in an 11 year-old bioretention cell in urban Charlotte, NC
Johnson, J. P., & Hunt, W. F. (2016), Journal of Environmental Management, 184, 363–370.
Maintenance measures for preservation and recovery of permeable pavement surface infiltration rate - The effects of street sweeping, vacuum cleaning, high pressure washing, and milling
Winston, R. J., Al-Rubaei, A. M., Blecken, G. T., Viklander, M., & Hunt, W. F. (2016), Journal of Environmental Management, 169, 132–144.
Quantifying volume reduction and peak flow mitigation for three bioretention cells in clay soils in northeast Ohio
Winston, R. J., Dorsey, J. D., & Hunt, W. F. (2016), Science of the Total Environment, 553, 83–95.
Roadside soils show low plant available zinc and copper concentrations
Morse, N., Walter, M. T., Osmond, D., & Hunt, W. (2016), Environmental Pollution, 209, 30–37. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envpol.2015.11.011
Seasonal variability in stormwater quality treatment of permeable pavements situated over heavy clay and in a cold climate
Winston, R. J., Davidson-Bennett, K. M., Buccier, K. M., & Hunt, W. F. (2016), Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 227(5).
Temperature dynamics of stormwater runoff in Australia and the USA
Hathaway, J. M., Winston, R. J., Brown, R. A., Hunt, W. F., & McCarthy, D. T. (2016), Science of the Total Environment, 559, 141–150.
Volume reduction provided by eight residential disconnected downspouts in Durham, North Carolina
Carmen, N. B., Hunt, W. F., & Anderson, A. R. (2016), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 142(10).
A simple infiltration test for determination of permeable pavement maintenance needs
Winston, R. J., Al-Rubaei, A. M., Blecken, G. T., & Hunt, W. F. (2016), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 142(10).
The restoration of James Brindley's last canal and the serious threat from 21st century transport infrastructure developments
Newman, A. P., & Hunt, W. F. (2016). The restoration of James Brindley’s last canal and the serious threat from 21st century transport infrastructure developments (pp. 124–133),
Comparing bridge deck runoff and stormwater control measure quality in North Carolina
Winston, R. J., Lauffer, M. S., Narayanaswamy, K., McDaniel, A. H., Lipscomb, B. S., Nice, A. J., & Hunt, W. F. (2015), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 141(1).
Implementation and maintenance of floating treatment wetlands for urban stormwater management
Borne, K. E., Fassman-Beck, E. A., Winston, R. J., Hunt, W. F., & Tanner, C. C. (2015), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 141(11).
Retrofitting residential streets with stormwater control measures over sandy soils for water quality improvement at the catchment scale
Page, J. L., Winston, R. J., Mayes, D. B., Perrin, C. A., & Hunt, W. F. (2015), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 141(4). https://doi.org/10.1061/(asce)ee.1943-7870.0000898
Retrofitting with innovative stormwater control measures: Hydrologic mitigation of impervious cover in the municipal right-of-way
Page, J. L., Winston, R. J., Mayes, D. B., Perrin, C., & Hunt, W. F. (2015), Journal of Hydrology, 527, 923–932. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2015.04.046
SUDS, LID, BMPs, WSUD and more - The evolution and application of terminology surrounding urban drainage
Fletcher, T. D., Shuster, W., Hunt, W. F., Ashley, R., Butler, D., Arthur, S., … Viklander, M. (2015), Urban Water Journal, 12(7), 525–542.
Soils beneath suspended pavements: An opportunity for stormwater control and treatment
Page, J. L., Winston, R. J., & Hunt, W. F. (2015), Ecological Engineering, 82, 40–48.
Stormwater treatment performance of a permeable pavement-biofiltration system and a stand-alone biofiltration unit in North Carolina
Anderson, A. R., Smolek, A. P., & Hunt, W. F. (2015), (pp. 216–226).
Variability of intra-event statistics for multiple fecal indicator bacteria in urban stormwater
Hathaway, J. M., Hunt, W. F., & McCarthy, D. T. (2015), Water Resources Management, 29(10), 3635–3649.
A collaborative approach to voluntary watershed restoration in coastal North Carolina
Carey, E. S., Page, J. L., Shew, R. D., & Hunt, W. F. (2015), (pp. 404–410).
Assessment of a rainwater harvesting system for pollutant mitigation at a commercial location in Raleigh, NC, USA
Wilson, C. E., Hunt, W. F., Winston, R. J., & Smith, P. (2014), Water Science and Technology. Water Supply, 14(2), 283–290.
Bioretention function under climate change scenarios in North Carolina, USA
Hathaway, J. M., Brown, R. A., Fu, J. S., & Hunt, W. F. (2014), Journal of Hydrology, 519, 503–511.
Exploring seasonality in escherichia coli and fecal coliform ratios in urban watersheds
Hathaway, J. M., Krometis, L. H., & Hunt, W. F. (2014), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 140(4).
Impact of rainwater harvesting systems on nutrient and sediment concentrations in roof runoff
DeBusk, K. M., & Hunt, W. F. (2014), Water Science and Technology. Water Supply, 14(2), 220–229.
Maintenance versus maturation: Constructed storm-water wetland's fifth-year water quality and hydrologic assessment
Merriman, L. S., & Hunt, W. F. (2014). Maintenance versus maturation: Constructed storm-water wetland’s fifth-year water quality and hydrologic assessment. Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 140(10),
Metrics for assessing thermal performance of stormwater control measures
Wardynski, B. J., Winston, R. J., Line, D. E., & Hunt, W. F. (2014), Ecological Engineering, 71, 551–562.
Residual indicator bacteria in autosampler tubing: a field and laboratory assessment
Hathaway, J. M., Hunt, W. F., Guest, R. M., & McCarthy, D. T. (2014), Water Science and Technology, 69(5), 1120–1126.
Analysis of consecutive events for nutrient and sediment treatment in field-monitored bioretention cells
Brown, R. A., Birgand, F., & Hunt, W. F. (2013), Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 224(6).
Characterizing rainwater harvesting performance and demonstrating stormwater management benefits in the humid southeast USA
DeBusk, K. M., Hunt, W. F., & Wright, J. D. (2013), Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 49(6), 1398–1411.
Defining predevelopment hydrology to mimic predevelopment water quality in stormwater control measures (SCMs)
Cizek, A. R., & Hunt, W. F. (2013), Ecological Engineering, 57, 40–45.
Internal water storage enhances exfiltration and thermal load reduction from permeable pavement in the North carolina mountains
Wardynski, B. J., Winston, R. J., & Hunt, W. F. (2013), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 139(2), 187–195.
Predicting the carbon footprint of urban stormwater infrastructure
Moore, T. L. C., & Hunt, W. F. (2013), Ecological Engineering, 58, 44–51.
Side-by-side evaluation of four level spreader-vegetated filter strips and a swale in eastern North Carolina
Knight, E. M. P., Hunt, W. F., & Winston, R. J. (2013), Journal of Soil & Water Conservation, 68(1), 60–72.
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Merriman, L. S., Wilson, C. E., Winston, R. J., & Hunt, W. F. (2013), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 18(10), 1372–1376.
The capacity of roadside vegetated filter strips and swales to sequester carbon
Bouchard, N. R., Osmond, D. L., Winston, R. J., & Hunt, W. F. (2013), Ecological Engineering, 54, 227–232. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoleng.2013.01.018
Are bioretention cells being installed per design standards in North Carolina? A field study
Wardynski, B. J., & Hunt, W. F. (2012), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 138(12), 1210–1217.
Ecosystem service provision by stormwater wetlands and ponds - A means for evaluation?
Moore, T. L. C., & Hunt, W. F. (2012), Water Research, 46(20), 6811–6823.
Effect of urban catchment composition on runoff temperature
Jones, M. P., Hunt, W. F., & Winston, R. J. (2012), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 138(12), 1231–1236.
Field evaluation of storm-water control measures for highway runoff treatment
Winston, R. J., Hunt, W. F., Kennedy, S. G., Wright, J. D., & Lauffer, M. S. (2012), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 138(1), 101–111.
Hydrologic performance of bioretention storm-water control measures
Davis, A. P., Traver, R. G., Hunt, W. F., Lee, R., Brown, R. A., & Olszewski, J. M. (2012), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 17(5), 604–614.
Improving bioretention/biofiltration performance with restorative maintenance
Brown, R. A., & Hunt, W. F. (2012), Water Science and Technology, 65(2), 361–367.
Increasing stream geomorphic stability using storm water control measures in a densely urbanized watershed
Tillinghast, E. D., Hunt, W. F., Jennings, G. D., & D’Arconte, P. (2012), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 17(12), 1381–1388.
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.
LID treatment train: Pervious concrete with subsurface storage in series with bioretention and care with seasonal high water tables
Brown, R. A., Line, D. E., & Hunt, W. F. (2012), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 138(6), 689–697.
Meeting hydrologic and water quality goals through targeted bioretention design
Hunt, W. F., Davis, A. P., & Traver, R. G. (2012), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 138(6), 698–707.
Quantification of emission factor uncertainty
Pouliot, G., Wisner, E., Mobley, D., & Hunt, W. (2012), Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 62(3), 287–298.
Stormwater in urban areas
Rauch, W., Ledin, A., Eriksson, E., Deletic, A., & Hunt, W. F. (2012), Water Research, 46(20), 6588–6588.
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.
Thermal mitigation of urban storm water by level spreader-vegetative filter strips (vol 137, pg 707, 2011)
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Water quality of drainage from permeable friction course
Eck, B. J., Winston, R. J., Hunt, W. F., & Barrett, M. E. (2012), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 138(2), 174–181.
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.
Bioretention outflow: Does it mimic nonurban watershed shallow Interflow?
DeBusk, K. M., Hunt, W. F., & Line, D. E. (2011), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 16(3), 274–279.
Constructed storm-water wetland installation and maintenance: are we getting it right?
, (2011). Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 137(8), 469–474.
Evaluating four storm-water performance metrics with a North Carolina coastal plain storm-water wetland
Lenhart, H. A., & Hunt, W. F. (2011), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 137(2), 155–162.
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.
Evaluation of undersized bioretention stormwater control measures for treatment of highway bridge deck runoff
Luell, S. K., Hunt, W. F., & Winston, R. J. (2011), Water Science and Technology, 64(4), 974–979.
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
Feasibility of a Dune Infiltration System to protect North Carolina beaches from fecal bacteria contaminated storm water
Bright, T. M., Burchell, M. R., Hunt, W. F., & Price, W. (2011), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 137(10), 968–979.
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
Field evaluation of four level spreader-vegetative filter strips to improve urban storm-water quality
, (2011). Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 137(3), 170–182. https://doi.org/10.1061/(asce)ir.1943-4774.0000173
Impacts of media depth on effluent water quality and hydrologic performance of undersized bioretention cells
Brown, R. A., & Hunt, W. F. (2011), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 137(3), 132–143.
Influent pollutant concentrations as predictors of effluent pollutant concentrations for Mid-Atlantic bioretention
McNett, J. K., Hunt, W. F., & Davis, A. P. (2011), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 137(9), 790–799.
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.
Special issue on urban storm-water management in the 21st century introduction
Traver, R., Clark, S., Hunt, W., & Struck, S. (2011), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 137(3), 113–113.
Stormwater control measure (SCM) design standards to limit stream erosion for Piedmont North Carolina
Tillinghast, E. D., Hunt, W. F., & Jennings, G. D. (2011), Journal of Hydrology, 411(3-4), 185–196.
Underdrain configuration to enhance bioretention exfiltration to reduce pollutant loads
Brown, R. A., & Hunt, W. F. (2011), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 137(11), 1082–1091.
An evaluation of the toxicity of accumulated sediments in forebays of stormwater wetlands and wetponds
McNett, J. K., & Hunt, W. F. (2011), Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 218(1-4), 529–538.
Effect of storm-water wetlands and wet ponds on runoff temperature in trout sensitive waters
Jones, M. P., & Hunt, W. F. (2010), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 136(9), 656–661.
Establishing storm-water BMP evaluation metrics based upon ambient water quality associated with benthic macroinvertebrate populations
McNett, J. K., Hunt, W. F., & Osborne, J. A. (2010), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 136(5), 535–541.
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.
Impacts of construction activity on bioretention performance
Brown, R. A., & Hunt, W. F. (2010), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 15(6), 386–394.
Performance of rainwater harvesting systems in the southeastern United States
Jones, M. P., & Hunt, W. F. (2010), Resources Conservation and Recycling, 54(10), 623–629.
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.
Asphalt parking lot runoff nutrient characterization for eight sites in North Carolina, USA
Passeport, E., & Hunt, W. F. (2009), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 14(4), 352–361. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)1084-0699(2009)14:4(352)
Bioretention impact on runoff temperature in trout sensitive waters
Jones, M. P., & Hunt, W. F. (2009), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 135(8), 577–585.
Bioretention technology: Overview of current practice and future needs
Davis, A. P., Hunt, W. F., Traver, R. G., & Clar, M. (2009), Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 135(3), 109–117.
Field study of the ability of two grassed bioretention cells to reduce storm-water runoff pollution
Passeport, E., Hunt, W. F., Line, D. E., Smith, R. A., & Brown, R. A. (2009), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 135(4), 505–510. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)IR.1943-4774.0000006
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.
Mitigation of impervious surface hydrology using bioretention in North Carolina and Maryland
Li, H., Sharkey, L. J., Hunt, W. F., & Davis, A. P. (2009), Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 14(4), 407–415. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)1084-0699(2009)14:4(407)
Performance of a bioretention area and a level spreader-grass filter strip at two highway sites in North Carolina
Line, D. E., & Hunt, W. F. (2009), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 135(2), 217–224. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9437(2009)135:2(217)
Afield study of green roof hydrologic and water quality performance
Hathaway, A. M., Hunt, W. F., & Jennings, G. D. (2008), Transactions of the ASABE, 51(1), 37–44.
Evaluating the effectiveness of two stormwater wetlands in North Carolina
Line, D. E., Jennings, G. D., Shaffer, M. B., Calabria, J., & Hunt, W. F. (2008), Transactions of the ASABE, 51(2), 521–528.
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.
Evaluation of four permeable pavement sites in eastern North Carolina for runoff reduction and water quality impacts
Bean, E. Z., Hunt, W. F., & Bidelspach, D. A. (2007), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 133(6), 583–592. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9437(2007)133:6(583)
Field survey of permeable pavement surface infiltration rates
Bean, E. Z., Hunt, W. F., & Bidelspach, D. A. (2007), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 133(3), 249–255.
Evaluating bioretention hydrology and nutrient removal at three field sites in North Carolina
Hunt, W. F., Jarrett, A. R., Smith, J. T., & Sharkey, L. J. (2006), Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 132(6), 600–608. https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)0733-9437(2006)132:6(600)
Occurrence and relative abundance of mosquitoes in stormwater retention facilities in North Carolina, USA
, (2006). Water Science and Technology, 54(6-7), 315–321. https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2006.625
Effects of an active learning environment: Teaching innovations at a research I institution
Oliver-Hoyo, M. T., Allen, D., Hunt, W. F., Hutson, J., & Pitts, A. (2004), Journal of Chemical Education, 81(3), 441–2. https://doi.org/10.1021/ed081p441
Introduction to the regulatory/policy/economics section
Hunt, W. F. (2003), Environment International, 29(2-3), 287–288. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0160-4120(02)00188-5
Overview of regulatory/policy/economic issues related to carbon dioxide
Leaf, D., Verolme, H. J. H., & Hunt, W. F. (2003), Environment International, 29(2-3), 303–310. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0160-4120(02)00161-7
Jump Run Creek Shellfish Restoration Project
White, N. M., Line, D. E., Potts, J. D., Kirby-Smith, W., Doll, B., & Hunt, W. F. (2000), Journal of Shellfish Research, 19(1), 473–476.
Interpretation of "an average" in wetland hydrology analyses
Hunt, W. F., & Skaggs, R. W. (1997), Paper (American Society of Agricultural Engineers), (972033), 18.

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Grants

Protocol for Outlet Analysis at Highway Sites
NC Department of Transportation(8/16/18 - 8/15/21)
Stormwater Runoff Monitoring and Analysis for Aviation Mode Facilities
NC Department of Transportation(8/01/18 - 7/31/20)
Assessment of Park Shopping Center in Siler City
NC Clean Water Management Trust Fund(3/01/18 - 12/31/18)
Evaluating the nutrient removal capabilities of the Suntree Technologies Nutrient Separating Baffle Box
Suntree Technologies, Inc(6/01/18 - 12/31/19)
Jaycee Park Forested Stormwater Wetland Retrofit
NC Clean Water Management Trust Fund(1/17/18 - 9/30/19)
Assistance with Selection and Monitoring of Stormwater Control Measures in the City of Asheville
Asheville, NC(8/15/17 - 12/31/19)
Modeling low impact commercial hotel development in Black Creek Watershed
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)(8/17/18 - 4/15/21)
Maintenance Costs of Stormwater Control Measures (SCMs) in North Carolina
NCSU WRRI Storm Water Management Group(8/01/17 - 6/30/19)
Optimized Design of Dry Detention Basin For Nutrient Load Removal
NC Department of Transportation(8/16/17 - 8/15/20)
Brynn Marr Watershed Water Quality Improvement
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)(5/01/17 - 9/30/19)