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, he joined the faculty of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
Sustainable Urban Water
Anthropogenic Influences on the Environment
Urban Pollutant Fate and Transport
PhD North Carolina State University in Biological and Agricultural Engineering, 2010
MS North Carolina State University in Biological and Agricultural Engineering, 2005
BS North Carolina State University in Environmental Engineering, 2002
Professional Engineer: North Carolina (License number: 036771)
Member: American Society of Civil Engineers (Urban Water Resources Research Council)
Kuehler, E., J.M. Hathaway, A. Tirpak. (2017). “Quantifying the benefits of urban forest systems as a component of the green infrastructure stormwater treatment network.” Ecohydrology. DOI 10.1002/eco.1813
Hathaway, J.M., R.J. Winston, R.A. Brown, W.F. Hunt, D.T. McCarthy. (2016). “Temperature dynamics of stormwater runoff in Australia and the USA." Science of the Total Environment. 559: 141-150.
Hathaway, J.M., R.A. Brown, J.S. Fu, W.F. Hunt. (2014). “Bioretention function under climate change scenarios in North Carolina, USA.” Journal of Hydrology. 519: 503-511
McCarthy, D.T., J.M. Hathaway, W.F. Hunt, A. Deletic. (2012). “Intra-Event Variability of E. coli and Total Suspended Solids in Stormwater Runoff.” Water Research. 46: 6661-6670.
Hathaway, J.M., W.F. Hunt, and O.D. Simmons III. (2010). “Statistical evaluation of factors affecting indicator bacteria in urban stormwater runoff.” Journal of Environmental Engineering. 136(12): 1360-1368.