Kota Kinabalu

PUBLICATIONS

Books

Jacobson, S.K., M. McDuff, and M. Monroe. 2015. Conservation Education and Outreach Techniques, 2nd Edition. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. 428 pp.

Jacobson, S.K. (2009). Communication Skills for Conservation Professionals (2nd ed.). Washington, DC: Island Press. 461 pp.

Jacobson, S.K., M. McDuff, and M. Monroe. (2006). Conservation Education and Outreach Techniques. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. 460 pp.

Jacobson, S.K. (2001). Training with the Environment: Soldiers Handbook (2nd ed.). Camp Blanding Training Site: Florida Army National Guard Publication. 43 pp.

Jacobson, S.K. (1999). Communication Skills for Conservation Professionals. Washington, DC: Island Press. 358 pp.

Jacobson, S.K. (1999). Training with the Environment: Soldiers Handbook. Camp Blanding Training Site: Florida Army National Guard Publication. 42 pp.

Jacobson, S.K. (1996). Guide to Kinabalu Park, 2nd Edition. Sabah Parks Publication No. 7. Sdn. Bhd. Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia: Natural History Publications. 66 pp.

Jacobson, S.K. (Ed.). (1995). Conserving Wildlife: International Education and Communication Approaches. New York, NY: Columbia University Press. 302 pp.

Jacobson, S.K. (1992). The Bay Islands: Nature and People. Miami, FL: Colonial Press International. 66 pp.

Donaho, R., L. Haagen, T. Humble, S.K. Jacobson, and W. Atwill. (Eds.). (1987). Advanced Placement Course in English Language and Composition. Durham, NC: Duke University Publication. 335 pp.

Refereed Journal Articles and Book Chapters

Haynes, N. * and S.K. Jacobson. (2015). Barriers and Perceptions of Natural Resource Careers by Minority Students. Journal of Environmental Education 46(3):166-182.

Haynes, N., * S.K. Jacobson, and D.M. Wald. (2015). A life cycle analysis of minority underrepresentation in natural resource field. Wildlife Society Bulletin 39(2):228-238.

Carlton, J.S.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2015). Using expert and non expert models of climate change to enhance communication. Environmental Communication. (doi.org/10.1080/17524032.2015.1016544)

Jiménez, A., I. Iniesta-Arandia, M. Muñoz, B. Martín-López, S. K. Jacobson, and J. Benayas, 2014. Typology of public outreach for biodiversity conservation projects in Spain. Conservation Biology 28(3):829-840.

Jacobson, S.K., D.M. Wald,* N. Haynes,* and R. Sakurai.* (2014). Urban Wildlife Communication and Negotiation. In R. McCleery, C. Moorman, and N. Peterson (Eds.), Urban Wildlife Science: Theory and Practice. New York, NY: Springer Publishing.

Hartter, J., J. Solomon,* S.J. Ryan, S.K. Jacobson, and A. Goldman. (2014). Contrasting perceptions of ecosystem services of an African forest park. Environmental Conservation, 41(4), 330-340.

Sakurai, R.,* S.K. Jacobson, N. Matsuda, and T. Maruyama. (2014). Assessing the impact of a wildlife education program on Japanese attitudes and behavioral intentions. Environmental Education Research. doi: 10.1080/13504622.2014.898246

Sakurai, R., * S.K. Jacobson, and G. Ueda. (2014). Public perceptions of significant wildlife in Hyogo, Japan. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 19(1), 88-95.

Wald, D.M., and S.K. Jacobson. (2014). A multivariate model of stakeholder preference for lethal cat management. PLoS One 9(4): e93118. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0093118

Silvertown, J., C.D. Buesching, S.K. Jacobson, T. Rebelo. (2013). Citizen science and nature conservation. In D.W. MacDonald and K.J. Willis. (Eds.), Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2. UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Browne-Nuñez, C., * S.K. Jacobson, and J.J. Vaske. (2013). Beliefs, attitudes, and intentions for allowing elephants in group ranches around Amboseli national park, Kenya. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 37(3), 639-648.

Carlton, J.S.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2013). Climate change and coastal environmental risk perceptions in Florida. Journal of Environmental Management, 130, 32-39.

Sakurai, R.,* S.K. Jacobson, and J.S. Carlton.* (2013). Media coverage of management of the black bear Ursus thibetanus in Japan. Oryx, 47, 519-525. 

Sakurai, R.,* S.K. Jacobson, and G. Ueda. (2013). Public perceptions of risk and government performance regarding bear management in Japan. Ursus, 24, 70-82.

Sakurai, R.,* N. Matsuda, T. Maruyama, and S.K. Jacobson. (2013). Overview of the Model District Program for reducing human-wildlife conflicts in Tochigi Prefecture. Wildlife and Human Society,1, 47-54. [In Japanese with English abstract].

Sakurai, R.,* G. Ueda, and S.K. Jacobson. (2013). Evaluation of the effectiveness of the community bear education seminar at Tajima region of Hyogo Prefecture: Change of participants’ awareness and behaviors after the seminar. Wildlife and Human Society, 1, 29-37. [In Japanese with English abstract].

Wald, D.M.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2013). Factors affecting student tolerance for free-roaming cats. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 18(4), 263-278.

Wald, D.M.,* S.K. Jacobson, and J.K. Levy. (2013). Outdoor cats: Identifying differences between stakeholder beliefs, perceived impacts, risk and management. Biological Conservation, 167, 414-424.

Carlton, J.S.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2012). Assessing volunteer programs: Using the Net Benefits Index in natural resource agencies. International Journal of Volunteer Management, 29, 42-46.

Dotson, D.,* S.K. Jacobson, L.L. Kaid, and J.S. Carlton.* (2012). Media coverage of climate change in Chile: A content analysis of conservative and liberal newspapers. Environmental Communication, 6(1), 64-81.

Jacobson, S.K. (2012). Communications and Outreach. In N. Silvy (Ed.), Wildlife Techniques (Vols. 2. 7th ed. pp. 21-42). Baltimore, MA: John Hopkins University Press.

Jacobson, S.K., J.S. Carlton,* and S.E. Cameron. (2012). Infusing the psychology of climate change into environmental curricula. Ecopsychology, 4(2), 94-101.

Jacobson, S.K., J.S. Carlton,* and M.C. Monroe. (2012). Motivation and satisfaction of volunteers at a Florida natural resource agency. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 30, 51-67.

Jacobson, S.K., J.G. Collomb, and J.S. Carlton.* (2012). Human Dimensions of Conserving Wildlife and Sustaining Ecosystems. In J. Brawn, C. Meine, and S. Robinson (Eds.), Foundations of Conservation Biology. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Jacobson, S.K., C. Langin,* J.S. Carlton,* and L.L. Kaid. (2012). Content analysis of newspaper coverage of the Florida panther. Conservation Biology, 26(1), 171-179.

Langin, C.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2012). Risk and residency influences on public support for Florida panther recovery. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 36(4), 713-721.

Sakurai, R.,* G. Ueda, and S.K. Jacobson. (2012). Effectiveness of the community bear education seminar: Conducting pre and post survey at Hidaka Town, Hyogo Prefecture. Kyosei Studies, 6(1), 380-392. [In Japanese with English abstract].

Sakurai, R.,* G. Ueda, and S.K. Jacobson. (2012). Survey of residents regarding the Asiatic black bear at Tajima region of Hyogo Prefecture: Designing and conducting questionnaires for policy application and management interventions. Wildlife Conservation of Japan, 13(2), 33-46. [In Japanese with English abstract].

Santiago, E.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2012). Human-wildlife conflict and environmental education: Evaluating a community program to protect the Andean Bear in Ecuador. The Journal of Environmental Education, 43(1), 55-65.

Solomon, J.,* S.K. Jacobson, and I. Liu. (2012). Fishing for a solution: Can collaborative resource management reduce poverty and support conservation? Environmental Conservation, 39(1), 51-61.

Sakurai, R.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2011). Evaluation of the Monkey-Persimmon Environmental Education Program for reducing human-wildlife conflicts in Nagano, Japan. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 10(1), 43-51.

Sakurai, R.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2011). Public perceptions of bears and management interventions in Japan. Human-Wildlife Interactions, 5(1), 123-134.

Sakurai, R.,* S.K. Jacobson, H. Kobori, R. Primack, K. Oka, N. Komatsu, and R. Machida. (2011). Culture and climate change: Japanese cherry blossom festivals and stakeholders’ knowledge and attitudes about global climate change. Biological Conservation, 144(1), 654-658.

Sakurai, R.,* G. Ueda, and S.K. Jacobson. (2011). Bears with various meanings recounted in the narratives of local residents: Interviews at Tajima region of Hyogo prefecture. Journal of Rural Planning, 30, 399-404. [In Japanese with English abstract].

Morgan-Brown, T.,* S.K. Jacobson, K. Wald, and B. Child. (2010). Quantitative assessment of a Tanzanian integrated conservation and development project involving butterfly farming. Conservation Biology, 24, 563-572.

Sakurai, R.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2010). Assessing the effectiveness of the tailored design method for increasing response rates of mail surveys in Japan. Sociological Theory and Methods, 25(2), 267-274.

Eadens, L.M.,* S.K. Jacobson, T.V. Stein, J.J. Confer, L. Gape, and M. Sweeting. (2009). Stakeholder mapping for recreation planning of a Bahamian national park. Society and Natural Resources, 22, 111-127.

Jacobson, S.K. (2009). Effective primate conservation education: Gaps and opportunities. American Journal of Primatology, 71, 1-6.

Sakurai, R.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2009). A review of public attitudes toward bears in Japan. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 14, 224-226.

Jacobson, S.K., and M.D. McDuff. (2008). Communication as an Effective Management Strategy in a Diverse World. In M.J. Manfredo, J. J. Vaske, P. J. Brown, D. J. Decker, and E. A. Duke (Eds.), Wildlife and Society: The Science of Human Dimensions (pp. 301-314). Washington, DC: Island Press.

McDuff, M.D.,* G.S. Appelson,* S.K. Jacobson, and G.D. Israel. (2008). Watershed management in Florida: Public knowledge, attitudes, and information needs. Lake and Reservoir Management, 24, 47-56.

Engels, C.A.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2007). Evaluating long-term effects of the Golden Lion Tamarin Environmental Education Program in Brazil. Journal of Environmental Education, 38(3), 3-14.

Jacobson, S.K., M.D. McDuff, and M.C. Monroe. (2007). Promoting conservation through the arts: Outreach for hearts and minds. Conservation Biology, 21, 7-10.

Morris, J.K.,* S.K. Jacobson, and R.O. Flamm. (2007). Lessons from an evaluation of a boater outreach program for manatee protection. Environmental Management, 40, 596-602.

Solomon, J.,* S.K. Jacobson, K.D. Wald, and M. Gavin. (2007). Estimating illegal resource use at a Ugandan park with the randomized response technique. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 12, 75-88.

Jacobson, S.K., J. Morris,* J. Sanders, E. Wiley, M. Brooks, R. Bennetts, H. Percival, and S. Marynowski.* (2006). Understanding barriers to the implementation of an adaptive land management program. Conservation Biology, 30, 1516-1527.

Masozera, M.K., J.R. Alavalapati, S.K. Jacobson, and R.K. Shrestha. (2006). Assessing the suitability of community-based management for the Nyungwe Forest Reserve, Rwanda. Forest Policy and Economics, 8, 206-216.

Jacobson, S.K. (2005). Communication for Wildlife Professionals. In C. E. Braun (Ed.), Techniques for Wildlife Investigations and Management (6th ed. pp. 24-42). Bethesda, MD: The Wildlife Society.

Jacobson, S.K. (2005). The Importance of Public Education for Biological Conservation. In M. J. Groom, G. K. Meffe, and C. R. Carroll (Eds.), Principles of Conservation Biology (pp. 681-683). Sunderland, MA: Sinuaer.

Jacobson, S.K., L. Gape, M. Sweeting, and T. Stein. (2005). Using a nominal group process to plan educational outreach for a Bahamas park. Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 4(4), 305-316.

Monroe, M., and S.K. Jacobson. (2005). Professional Development for Natural Resource Education: Florida’s Wildland Fire Outreach Program. In B. Simmons (Ed.), Preparing Effective Environmental Educators (pp. 1-16). Washington, DC: NAAEE.

Mugisha, A.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2004). Threat reduction assessment of conventional and community-based conservation approaches to managing protected areas in Uganda. Environmental Conservation, 31(3), 177-189.

Jones, G.A., K.E. Sieving, and S.K. Jacobson (2005). Avian diversity and functional insectivory on north-central Florida farmlands. Conservation Biology, 1234-1245

Aipanjiguly, S.,* S.K. Jacobson, and R. Flamm. (2003). Conserving manatees: Knowledge, attitudes, and intentions of boaters in Tampa Bay, Florida. Conservation Biology, 17(4), 1098-1105.

Jacobson, S.K., K.S. Sieving, G. Jones, and A. Van Doorn. (2003). Assessment of farmer attitudes and behavioral intentions toward bird conservation on organic and conventional Florida farms. Conservation Biology, 17(2), 595-606.

Monroe, M., S.K. Jacobson, and A. Bowers. (2003). Partnerships for natural resource education: Differing program needs and perspectives of extension agents and state agency staff. Journal of Extension, 41(3), www.joe.org/2003june/a3.shtml.

Zarin, D.J., K.A Kainer, F.E. Putz, M. Schmink, and S.K. Jacobson. (2003). Integrated graduate education and research in neotropical working forests. Journal of Forestry, 101(6), 31-37.

Jacobson, S.K. (2001). Monitoring public satisfaction in an ecosystem management framework. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 19(4), 83-101.

Jacobson, S.K., M. Monroe, and S. Marynowski.* (2001). Fire at the wildland interface: The influence of experience and mass media on public knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intentions. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 29(3), 929-937.

McDuff, M.D.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2001). Participatory evaluation of environmental education: Stakeholder assessment of the Wildlife clubs of Kenya. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 10(2), 127-148.

McDuff, M.D.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (2000). Impacts and future directions of youth conservation organizations: Wildlife clubs in Africa. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 28(2), 414-425.

Marynowski, S.B.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (1999). Ecosystem management education for public lands. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 27(1), 134-145.

Jacobson, S.K., and S.M. Marynowski.* (1998). New model for ecosystem management interpretation: Target audiences on military lands. Journal of Interpretation Research, 3(1), 1-20.

Jacobson, S.K., and M. McDuff.* (1998). Conservation Education. In W. Sutherland (Ed.), Conservation Science and Action (pp. 237-255). Oxford, UK: Blackwell Science.

Jacobson, S.K. and M. McDuff.* (1998). Training idiot savants: The lack of human dimensions in conservation biology. Conservation Biology, 12(2), 263-267.

Norris, K.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (1998). Content analysis of tropical conservation education programs. Journal of Environmental Education, 30(1), 38-44.

Rocha, L.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (1998). Partnerships for conservation: Protected areas and non-governmental organizations in Brazil. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 26(4), 937-946.

Wallmo, K.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (1998). A social and environmental evaluation of fuel-efficient cook-stoves and conservation in Uganda. Environmental Conservation, 25(2), 99-108.

Jacobson, S.K. (1997). Nature Conservation through Education. In G. Meffe, and R. Carroll (Eds.), Principles of Conservation Biology (pp. 551-552). Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associations.

Jacobson, S.K. (1997). Rapid Assessment for Conservation Education (RACE). Journal of Environmental Education, 28(3), 10-19.

Jacobson, S.K., J.J. Arana,* and M.D. McDuff.* (1997). Environmental interpretation for a diverse public: Nature center planning for minority populations. Journal of Interpretation Research, 2(1), 27-46.

Jacobson, S.K., and S.M. Marynowski.* (1997). Public attitudes and knowledge about ecosystem management on Department of Defense lands in Florida. Conservation Biology, 11(3), 770-781.

Jacobson, S.K., and M. McDuff.* (1997). Success factors and evaluation in conservation education programmes. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 6(3), 204-221.

Jacobson, S.K. (1996). New course for environmental studies (invited editorial). Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy, 11(3), 142-143.

Jacobson, S.K., and M. Jurado.* (1996). Participatory interpretive training for Tikal National Park, Guatemala. Legacy, Journal of the National Association for Interpretation, 7(1), 18-23.

Fiallo, E.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (1995). Local communities and protected areas: Attitudes of rural residents toward conservation and Machalilla National Park, Ecuador. Environmental Conservation, 22(3), 241-249.

Jacobson, S.K. (1995). Evaluating impacts on graduate education: The conservation and sustainable development initiative. The Environmental Professional, 17, 251-262.

Jacobson, S.K. (1995). New Directions in Education for Natural Resource Management. In R.L. Knight, and S. Bates (Eds.), A New Century for Natural Resource Management (pp. 297-310). Washington, DC: Island Press.

Jacobson, S.K. (1995). Needs assessment techniques for environmental education. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 4(1), 125-133.

Jacobson, S.K. (1995). Introduction: Wildlife Conservation through Education. In S.K. Jacobson (Ed.), Conserving Wildlife: International Education and Communication Approaches (pp. XXIII-XXXI). Columbia New York, NY: University Press.

Jacobson, S.K., and M. Jurado.* (1995). Environmental Education through Park Interpretation in Guatemala. In L. Hay-Smith, and J. Harvey (Eds.), Nature Tourism and Conservation in Central America (pp. 143-145). Paseo Pantera Publication for the U.S Agency for International Development.

Jacobson, S.K., and S.M. Padua.* (1995). A systems model for conservation education in parks: Examples from Malaysia and Brazil. In S.K. Jacobson (Ed.), Conserving Wildlife: International Education and Communication Approaches (pp. 1-15). New York, NY: Columbia University Press.

Jacobson, S.K., E. Vaughan, and S. Miller. (1995). New directions in conservation biology: Graduate programs. Conservation Biology, 9(1), 5-17.

Jacobson, S.K., and A.F. Lopez. (1994). Biological impacts of ecotourism: Tourists and nesting turtles in Tortuguero National Park, Costa Rica. Bulletin of Wildlife Management, 22(3), 414-419.

White, T.G.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (1994). Evaluating conservation education programs at a South American zoo. Journal of Environmental Education, 25(4), 18-22.

Padua, S.,* and S.K. Jacobson. (1993). A comprehensive approach to an environmental education program in Brazil. Journal of Environmental Education, 24(4), 29-36.

Jacobson, S.K., and S.M. Padua.* (1992). Pupils and parks: Environmental education in national parks of developing countries. Childhood Education, 68(5), 290-293.

Jacobson, S.K., J.G. Robinson, J.D. Allan, K. Hansen, J.G. Schmitt, T. Moermond, and K.H. Redford. (1992). Nuts and bolts: Building graduate programs integrating conservation and sustainable development. The Environmental Professional, 14, 282-292.

Jacobson, S.K. and R. Robles. (1992). Ecotourism, sustainable development, and conservation education: Development of a tour guide training program in Tortuguero, Costa Rica. Environmental Management, 16(6), 701-713.

Jacobson, S.K. (1991). Evaluation model for developing, implementing, and assessing conservation education programs: Examples from Belize and Costa Rica. Environmental Management, 15(2), 143-150.

Jacobson, S.K. (1991). Resident Attitudes About a National Park and Conservation in Sabah, Malaysia. In P.C. West, and S. Brechin (Eds.), Resident Populations and National Parks in Developing Nations: Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Policy Implications (pp. 402-422). Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.

Jacobson, S.K., and J. Vandenberg. (1991). Reproductive biology of the endangered golden toad (Bufo periglenes). Journal of Herpetology, 25(3), 321-327.

Jacobson, S.K. (1990). A model for using a developing country's park system for conservation education. Journal of Environmental Education, 22(1), 19-25.

Jacobson, S.K. (1990). Graduate education in conservation biology. Conservation Biology, 4(4), 431-440.

Jacobson, S.K. (1990). Malaysia. In C.W. Allin (Ed.), The International Handbook of National Parks and Nature Reserves (pp. 253-272). CT: Greenwood Press.

Jacobson, S.K., and J.G. Robinson. (1990). Training the new conservationist: Cross disciplinary education in the 1990s. Environmental Conservation, 17(4), 319-327.

Jacobson, S.K. (1989). Mass media and park management: Reaching the public beyond the park boundary. The Environmentalist, 9(2), 131-137.

Jacobson, S.K. (1988). Media effectiveness in a Malaysian park system. Journal of Environmental Education, 19, 22-27.

Jacobson, S.K. (1988). The world's largest flowers and their future. Environmental Conservation, 15, 275-76.

Jacobson, S.K., and J.L. Hardesty. (1988). 'Diversity' (an editorial). Conservation Biology, 2(2), 221.

Jacobson, S.K. (1987). Conservation education programmes: Evaluate and improve them. Environmental Conservation, 14(3), 201-206.

Jacobson, S.K. (1987). Science Writing. In R. Donahoo, L. Haagen, S. Jacobson, and W. Atwill (Eds.), Advanced Placement Course in English Language and Composition (pp. 1-51). Durham, NC: Duke University Publication.

Jacobson, S.K. (1986). The development of a school programme for Kinabalu Park. Sabah Society Journal, 8(2), 213-223.

Jacobson, S.K. (1986). Effectiveness of a Mobile Unit Program, Kinabalu Park, Malaysia. In Building Support for Conservation in Rural Areas (pp. 28-30). QLF/Atlantic Center for the Environment Publication.

Jacobson, S.K. (1985). Reproductive behavior and male mating success in two species of glass frogs (Centrolenidae). Herpetologica, 41(4), 396-404.

(* connotes Jacobson’s students)