Susan K. Jacobson mainly investigates Environmental resource management, Environmental education, Outreach, Environmental protection and Resource management. Her Environmental resource management study often links to related topics such as Human–wildlife conflict. Her Environmental education research incorporates elements of Science education, Communication studies, Knowledge level, Public relations and Focus group.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Mathematics education, Educational technology and Agency in addition to Outreach. Her research in Environmental protection intersects with topics in Training, Conservation biology and Ecosystem management. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Resource management, Developing country, Social issues, Public involvement and Socioeconomics is strongly linked to National park.
Susan K. Jacobson mainly focuses on Environmental resource management, Environmental education, Natural resource, Public relations and Wildlife. Her Environmental resource management course of study focuses on Stakeholder and Animal welfare. In Environmental education, Susan K. Jacobson works on issues like Developing country, which are connected to Wildlife conservation.
As part of the same scientific family, Susan K. Jacobson usually focuses on Natural resource, concentrating on Ecosystem management and intersecting with Natural resource management. Susan K. Jacobson has included themes like Endangered species, Socioeconomics and Environmental protection in her Wildlife study. Her Socioeconomics research incorporates elements of Ursus thibetanus and Ecology.
Her primary areas of study are Environmental planning, Stakeholder, Public relations, Environmental resource management and Marketing. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Literacy and Wildlife management. Her study on Environmental communication is often connected to Organizational identity, Social movement and Strategic partnership as part of broader study in Public relations.
Much of her study explores Environmental resource management relationship to Outreach. She has researched Marketing in several fields, including Mission statement and Wildlife. Her Knowledge level research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Environmental education and Threatened species.
Her main research concerns Environmental protection, Stakeholder, Wildlife, Public relations and Theory of planned behavior. Environmental protection and Publicity are commonly linked in her work. The study incorporates disciplines such as Wildlife conservation and Biodiversity in addition to Stakeholder.
The various areas that Susan K. Jacobson examines in her Wildlife study include Feeling, Demography and Animal welfare. Her Public relations research includes elements of Developing country, Data collection, Literacy and Wildlife management. Her Theory of planned behavior investigation overlaps with other disciplines such as Sustainability, Introduced species, Agriculture, Environmental planning and Integrated pest management.
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Local communities and protected areas: attitudes of rural residents towards conservation and Machalilla National Park, Ecuador
Elba A. Fiallo;Susan K. Jacobson.
Environmental Conservation (1995)
Conservation Education and Outreach Techniques
Susan Kay Jacobson;Mallory D. McDuff;Martha C. Monroe.
Communication Skills for Conservation Professionals
Susan Kay Jacobson.
Assessing the suitability of community-based management for the Nyungwe Forest Reserve, Rwanda
Michel K. Masozera;Janaki R.R. Alavalapati;Susan K. Jacobson;Ram K. Shrestha.
Forest Policy and Economics (2006)
Training Idiot Savants: The Lack of Human Dimensions in Conservation Biology
Susan K. Jacobson;Mallory D. Duff.
Conservation Biology (1998)
Conserving manatees: Knowledge, attitudes, and intentions of boaters in Tampa Bay, Florida
Sampreethi Aipanjiguly;Susan K. Jacobson;Richard Flamm.
Conservation Biology (2003)
Media Coverage of Climate Change in Chile: A Content Analysis of Conservative and Liberal Newspapers
Devin M. Dotson;Susan K. Jacobson;Lynda Lee Kaid;J. Stuart Carlton.
Environmental Communication-a Journal of Nature and Culture (2012)
Climate change and coastal environmental risk perceptions in Florida.
Stuart J. Carlton;Susan K. Jacobson.
Journal of Environmental Management (2013)
Ecotourism, sustainable development, and conservation education: Development of a tour guide training program in Tortuguero, Costa Rica
Susan K. Jacobson;Rafael Robles.
Environmental Management (1992)
Public attitudes and knowledge about ecosystem management on Department of Defense land in Florida.
Susan K. Jacobson;Susan B. Marynowski.
Conservation Biology (1997)
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