Evan Hart Curriculum Vitae


Asante, J., Dotson, S., Hart, E. and Kreamer, D.K., 2018.  Water circulation in karst systems: comparing physicochemical and environmental isotopic data interpretation.  Environmental Earth Sciences, 77(11), 421.

Gardner R., Hart E., Sutherland C. 2018.  Delineation of a Major Karst Basin with Multiple Input Points, Roaring River, Tennessee. In: White W., Herman J., Herman E., Rutigliano M. (eds) Karst Groundwater Contamination and Public Health. Advances in Karst Science. Springer, Cham. 

Hart, E.A., Mills, H.H, and Li, P.  2017.  Measuring erosion rates on exposed limestone residuum using erosion pins: a ten-year record.  Physical Geography, 38:6. 

Hart, E.A., Stapor, F.W., Novoa, J.E., and *Sutherland, C.J. 2016.  Progradation of a Beach Ridge Plain Between 5000 and 4000 years BP Inferred from Luminescence Dating, Coquimbo Bay, Chile.  Journal of Coastal Research

Hart, E.A. 2014.  Legacy sediment stored in sinkholes: a case study of three urban watersheds in Tennessee, United States of America, Physical Geography, 35:6, 514–531.

Hart, Evan A., Mills, Hugh H., and Li, Peter 2009.  Report on Sinkhole Flooding and Determination of Sinkhole Floodplains for the City of Cookeville, TN, 62 pp.  

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.