- Ph.D. Geography, University of Tennessee, 2000
- M.S. Geography, Virginia Tech, 1996
- B.A. Geography, Mary Washington College, 1991
- Fluvial Geomorphology
Hart, E. A. 2006. Land Use Change and Sinkhole Flooding in Cookeville, Tennessee. Southeastern Geographer 46(1): 35-50.
Mills, H.H., Sumners, D.N., Hart, E.A., and Li, P. 2005. Distribution of High-Level Alluvial Deposits in the Valley and Ridge of Polk County, Southeastern Tennessee: Implications for River History and Drainage Evolution. Southeastern Geology 44(1): 37-44.
Hart, E. A. and Schurger, S. 2005. Sediment Storage and Yield in an Urbanized Karst Watershed. Geomorphology, 70:85-96.
Hart, E. A. 2003. Dead wood: Geomorphic effects of coarse woody debris in headwater streams, Great Smoky Mountains. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science, 78(2):50-54.
Hart, E. A. 2002. Effects of woody debris on channel morphology and sediment storage in headwater streams in the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee-North Carolina. Physical Geography, 23(6): 492-510.
- GEOG 1010 Weather and Climate
- GEOL 1020 Field Experience in the Geosciences
- GEOG 1130 Geography of Natural Hazards
- GEOG 3200 Water Resources
- GEOG 4150 Geomorphology