Energy Impacts Research Coordination Network
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2012 Ph.D – Cornell University
2005 M.A. – University of Wyoming
2001 B.A. – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Areas of Specialization
I am a rural and natural resource sociologist with a focus on energy development, including social impacts from the development of renewables and fossil fuels. Other focus areas include rural community development, social impact assessment and the social-psychology of environmental change.
Environmental Social Science Specialization
Rural Sociology Specialization
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SELECTED JOURNAL ARTICLES
Jacquet, J.B., Haggerty, J.H. and Theodori, G.L. (In Press). “Introduction”. Energy Impacts: A Multidisciplinary Exploration of North American Energy Development. Jacquet, J.B., Haggerty, J.H. and G.L. Theodori, Editors. University Press of Colorado: Louisville, CO.
Jacquet, J., Pathak, R. Haggerty, J.H., Theodori, G.L., Kroepsch, A. C. 2021 Research fatigue in unconventional oil and gas boomtowns: Perceptions, strategies and obstacles among social scientists collecting human subjects data, Energy Research & Social Science, 73:101918
Suzi Taylor, Kathryn Bills Walsh, Gene L. Theodori, Jeffrey Jacquet, Adrianne Kroepsch & Julia H. Haggerty(2021)Addressing Research Fatigue in Energy Communities: New Tools to Prepare Researchers for Better Community Engagement,Society & Natural Resources,DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2020.1866724
Walsh, K., , J. Jacquet, J. Theodori, G., Kroepsch, A. 2020 “Uneven Impacts and Uncoordinated Studies: A Systematic Review of Research on Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the United States” Energy Research and Social Science 66:101465
Junod*, A.N and Jacquet, J.B. 2019 “Shale Gas in Coal Country: Testing the Goldilocks Zone of Energy Impacts in the Western Appalachian Range”. Energy Research and Social Science: 55:155-167.
Kumar, S., Sood, K., Sieverding, H. Lai, L., Thandiwe, N., Wienhold, B., Redfearn, D., Archer, D., Ussin, D., Faust, D., Landblom, D., Grings, E., Stone, J., Jacquet, J., Pokharel, K., Liebig, M., Schmer, M., Sexton, P. Mitchell, R., Smalley, S., Osborne, S., Ali, S., Senturklu, S., Sehgal, S., Owens, V., and Jin, V. 2019 “Facilitating Crop–Livestock Reintegration in the Northern Great Plains.” Agronomy Journal. 111:1–16
Wang, T., Jin, H., Kasu*, K.B., Jacquet, J. and Kumar, S. 2019. “Soil Conservation Practice Adoption in the Northern Great Plains: Economic versus Stewardship Motivations”. Journal of Agricultural And Resource Economics 44(2):404-421
Wang, T. Kasu*, Bishal. B., Jacquet, J.B., and Kumar, S. 2019. “Tailoring extension efforts for promotion of diversified crop rotation systems.” Journal of Extension 57 (2)
Kasu*, K.B, Jacquet, J.B., Junod*, A.N., Kumar, S. and Wang, T. 2019. “Rationale and Motivation of Agricultural Producers in Adopting Crop Rotation in the Northern Great Plains, USA” International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability. Published online ahead of print.
Ferguson, M.D., Powers, S.L., Trauntvein, N., Jacquet, J.B., Graefe, A.R., and A.J. Mowen. 2019. “Winds of Change- Predicting Water-Based Recreationists Support and Opposition for Proposed Offshore Wind Energy Development in the Great Lakes” Journal of Great Lakes Research. 45 (1):187-195
Jacquet, J.B. Junod*, A.N., Bugden, D., Wildermuth, G., Fergen*, J.T., Jalbert, K., Rahm, B., Hagley, P. Brasier, K.J., Schafft, K., Glenna, L., Kelsey, T., Fershee, J. Kay, D. Stedman, R.C., and Ladlee, J. 2018. “A decade of Marcellus Shale: impacts to people, policy, and culture from 2008 to 2018 in the Greater Mid-Atlantic region of the United States” Extractive Industries and Society. 5(4):596-609
Cortus, E., Kasu*, B. Jacquet, J.B. Embertson, A.M, Lim, Teng Leeh, Hermstra, J. 2018. “Analysis of Demographics and Relevant Information Transfer Methods for Manure Nutrient Management Professionals” Journal of Extension 28(2):155-172
Fergen*, J.T. Jacquet, J.B., Kasu*, B., Barnett, M. Junod*, A. Kumar, S. 2018. “Out where the West Begins: Measuring Land Use preferences and Environmental Attitudes across the Great Plains Transition Zone”. Journal of Great Plains Research. 28(2):155-172.
Jacquet, J.B. Junod, A.N., Bugden, D., Wildermuth, G., Fergen, J.T., Jalbert, K., Rahm, B., Hagley, P. Brasier, K.J., Schafft, K., Glenna, L., Kelsey, T., Fershee, J. Kay, D. Stedman, R.C., and Ladlee, J. 2018. “A decade of Marcellus Shale: impacts to people, policy, and culture from 2008 to 2018 in the Greater Mid-Atlantic region of the United States” Extractive Industries and Society
Jacquet, J. B. and J. Fergen*. 2018. “The Vertical Patterns of Wind Energy: The effects of wind farm ownership on rural communities in the Prairie Pothole Region of the United States.” Journal of Rural and Community Development, 13(2),130-148.
Junod, A., Jacquet, J., Fernando, F., Flage, L. 2018. “Life in the Goldilocks Zone: place disruption perceptions on the periphery of the Bakken Shale.” Society and Natural Resources. 31(2):200-217.
Jacquet, J.B., Guthrie, E., Jackson, H. 2017. Swept Out: Measuring Rurality and Migration Intentions on the Upper Great Plains. Rural Sociology. 82(4)
Jacquet, J.B. 2015. “The Rise of ‘Private Participation’ in the Planning of Energy Projects in the Rural United States” Society and Natural Resources. 28(3):231-245
Fergen, J.T. and Jacquet J.B. 2015. “Beauty in Motion: Values, Attitudes, and Expectations of Wind Energy Development in the Rural U.S.” Energy Research and Social Science 11:133-141
Jacquet, J. 2014. “Review of Risks to Communities from Shale Energy Development”. Environmental Science and Technology. 48(15):8321–8333
SELECTED BOOK CHAPTERS
Jacquet, J.B., Haggerty, J.H. and Theodori, G.L. 2020. “Introduction”. Energy Impacts: A Multidisciplinary Exploration of North American Energy Development. Jacquet, J.B., Haggerty, J.H. and G.L. Theodori, Editors. University Press of Colorado: Louisville, CO.
Clarke, C.E., Bugden, D., Evensen, D. T.N., Stedman, R.C., Boudet, H.S., Jacquet, J.B. 2019. “Communicating About Climate Change, Natural Gas Development, and “Fracking”: U.S. and International Perspectives” The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, Mathew Nisbet, Editor In Chief. Oxford University Press, Oxford
Jacquet, J.B., Witt, K. Rifin, W., Haggerty, J.H. 2018. “A complex adaptive system or just a tangled mess? Property rights and shale gas governance in Australia and the US”. In Governing Shale Gas: Development, Citizen Participation and Decision Making in the US, Canada, Australia and Europe, Edited by: John Whitton, Matthew Cotton, Ioan M. Charnley-Parry, and Kathy Brasier. Routledge, New York.
Fernando, F., Junod*, A., Jacquet, J., Flage, L., Hearne, R. 2018. “Housing Challenges and Policy Implications of Shale Oil Development in Rural Communities.” Rural Housing and Economic Development, edited by D. Albrecht, S. Loveridge, S. Goetz and R. Welborn. Routledge, New York.
SELECTED TECHNICAL REPORTS
Jacquet, J.B. and T. Nichols. 2015. “Multidisciplinary Approaches to Energy in the Classroom” In the Trenches: The News Magazine for the National Association of Geoscience Teachers. July
Jacquet, J. 2014. The Battlement Mesa Health Impact Assessment A case study and oral history of process and lessons learned. Headwaters Economics, Bozeman, MT.
Jacquet, J. 2014. A Short History of Social Impact Assessment Headwaters Economics. Bozeman, MT.