Teri Jacobs

Teri A. Jacobs , PhD

Assistant Professor - Adjunct Ann

Asst Professor/ Adj Ann/ Director of EVST Undergraduate Studies/ A&S Geography & Environmental Studies

Phone (513) 556-9707
Email brasheta@mail.uc.edu

Professional Summary

Conservation biogeography; physical geography; ecology; environmental science; remote sensing and geographic information sciences


PhD: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2017 (Environmental Geography (Biology minor) )

Research and Practice Interests

Research Interests: geospatial habitat modeling for conservation purposes; climate change; biodiversity conservation

Teaching Interests: biodiversity conservation; natural resources & sustainability; ecological education; environmental geography


Positions and Work Experience

2007 -To Present Annual Adjunct Professor, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

2011 -2013 Part-time Faculty, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY

2012 -2017 ORISE Research Participant/GIS Analyst, National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health, CDC, Cincinnati, OH


Published Abstracts

Jacobs, T. (2008. ) Red Wolf Habitat Assessment of the Daniel Boone National Forest: GIS Road Density Analysis. Association of American Geographers Abstract Book.,

Peer Reviewed Publications

Jacobs, T. and Tong, S. (2017. ) An Approach for rapid change detection of semi-arid riparian habitat using infrared aerial photography for habitat assessment of the southwestern willow flycatcher: a case study in Mesquite, Nevada. Journal of Conservation Planning, , 13 ,25

Farcas, D., Harper, M., Sarkisian, K., Stetler, L.D., Schwegler-Berry, D., and Jacobs, T. (2017. ) Evaluation of fluidized bed asbestos segregator to determine Erionite in soil. Environmental Earth Sciences, , 71 (3 ) ,1

Schulte, P., Bhattacharya, A., Butler, C., Chun H.K., Jacklitsch, B., Jacobs, T., Kiefer, M., Lincoln, J.M., Pendergrass, S.M., Shire, J., Watson, J., and Wagner, G.R. (2016. ) Advancing the framework for considering the effects of climate change on worker safety and health. Journal of Occupational & Environmental Hygiene , , 13 (11 ) ,847

Brinker, K., Jacobs, T., Shire, J., Bunn, T., Chalmers, J., Dang, G., Flammia, D., Higgins, S., Lackovich, M., Lavender, A., Lewis, J.S., Li, Y., Harduar Morano, L., Porter, A., Rauscher, K., Watkins, S., Zhang, L., and Funk, R. (2016. ) Fatal work-related injuries: Southeastern United States, 2008-2011 .Workplace Safety and Health , , 64 (4 ) ,135

Additional Publications


Invited Presentations

Teri A. Jacobs (2016. ) “Where in the West? A Geographer’s Perspective on Climate Change and Occupational Hazards in the Western States.” .WestON, Denver, CO. Level:Regional

Teri A. Jacobs (2015. ) “Geospatial Applications for the NORA Sectors and other NIOSH Programs: Demonstrations of Use in Oil & Gas Extraction, Emergency Response, and Climate Change.” .NIOSH Science Meeting, Cincinnati, OH. Level:National

Teri A. Jacobs and Jeffrey Shire (2015. ) “A New Project on Severe Weather Events and Workers’ Safety and Health and its Relevance to the Southeastern U.S.” .SouthON, Lexington, KY. Level:Regional

Teri A. Jacobs (2014. ) “Utilizing Geographic Information Systems as a Tool in Occupational Health Surveillance and Research—a primer with examples.” .DSHEFS All-Hands Meeting (NIOSH), Cincinnati, OH. Level:Local

Poster Presentations

Teri A. Jacobs (2014. ) “Building a Disaster Vulnerability Model for Critical Infrastructure Workers.” .NIOSH Science Meeting, Morgantown, WV. . Level:National

Teri A. Jacobs (2014. ) “Building a Disaster Vulnerability Model for Critical Infrastructure Workers.” .CDC/ASTDR GIS Day, Atlanta, GA. . Level:National

Teri A. Jacobs (2012. ) “Using Geospatial Tools to Identify Priority Worker Populations for Virologic Surveillance and Prevention of Emerging Influenza Pandemics.” .CDC/ASTDR GIS Day, Atlanta, GA. . Level:National

Teri A. Jacobs (2008. ) “Red Wolf Habitat Assessment of the Daniel Boone National Forest: GIS Road Density Analysis.” .American Association of Geographers, Boston, MA. . Level:Prof. Org.

Contact Information

Academic - Phone: (513) 556-9707