Michael Jacobson

Professor of Forest Resources

Michael Jacobson

Huck Affiliations

Publication Tags

Biomass Economics Bioenergy Crops Water Quality Agroforestry Bangladesh Income Market Crop Energy Crops Biofuels Kenya Sustainable Development Household Markets Programme Program Socioeconomic Factors Forest Policy Evaluation Commodity Markets Fuelwood Price Costs

Most Recent Papers

Comparison of sUAS Photogrammetry and TLS for Detecting Changes in Soil Surface Elevations following Deep Tillage

Dimitrios Bolkas, B. Naberezny, M. G. Jacobson, 2021, Journal of Surveying Engineering, - ASCE

Mechanical characteristics of wood-bark interface of shrub willow

Azadwinder Chahal, Daniel Ciolkosz, Virendra Puri, Michael Gregory Jacobson, Jude Liu, 2021, Industrial Crops and Products

The (un)broken promise of agroforestry

Michael Jacobson, Cori Ham, 2020, Environment, Development and Sustainability on p. 8247-8260

Plantation forestry and pellet production in Kenya

Michael Jacobson, Daniel Ciolkosz, 2020, Biomass and Bioenergy

Malawi's energy needs and agroforestry

Gregory G. Toth, P. K.Ramachandran Nair, Michael Jacobson, Yekti Widyaningsih, Colm P. Duffy, 2019, Energy for Sustainable Development on p. 101-108

A sustainability framework for assessing studies about marginal lands for planting perennial energy crops

Wei Jiang, Michael G. Jacobson, Matthew H. Langholtz, 2019, Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining on p. 228-240

The impact of the biomass crop assistance program on the united states forest products market: An application of the global forest products model

Wei Jiang, Douglas R. Carter, Hanliang Fu, Michael Gregory Jacobson, Katherine Yoder Zipp, Jiang Jin, Long Yang, 2019, Forests

Modeling spatial dependence and economic hotspots in landowners’ willingness to supply bioenergy crops in the northeastern United States

Wei Jiang, Katherine Y. Zipp, Matthew H. Langholtz, Michael G. Jacobson, 2019, GCB Bioenergy on p. 1086-1097

Corrigendum to using a choice experiment approach to assess production tradeoffs for developing the croton value chain in Kenya. (Forest Policy and Economics (2018) 86 (76–85), (S1389934117302745) (10.1016/j.forpol.2017.09.015))

Michael Jacobson, Yau Huo (Jimmy) Shr, Floris Dalemans, Christine Magaju, Rodrigo Ciannella, 2018, Forest Policy and Economics on p. 232-233

Improving water quality in the Chesapeake Bay using payments for ecosystem services for perennial biomass for bioenergy and biofuel production

Peter B. Woodbury, Armen R. Kemanian, Michael Jacobson, Matthew Langholtz, 2018, Biomass and Bioenergy on p. 132-142

Most-Cited Papers

NTFP income contribution to household economy and related socio-economic factors

Shiba P. Kar, Michael G. Jacobson, 2012, Forest Policy and Economics on p. 136-142

Soil carbon sequestration in agroforestry systems

Andrea De Stefano, Michael Gregory Jacobson, 2018, Agroforestry Systems on p. 285-299

An evaluation of West Virginia's managed timberland tax incentive program

Jennifer Fortney, Kathryn G. Arano, Michael Jacobson, 2011, Forest Policy and Economics on p. 69-78

The impact of the biomass crop assistance program on the united states forest products market: An application of the global forest products model

Wei Jiang, Douglas R. Carter, Hanliang Fu, Michael Gregory Jacobson, Katherine Yoder Zipp, Jiang Jin, Long Yang, 2019, Forests

Improving water quality in the Chesapeake Bay using payments for ecosystem services for perennial biomass for bioenergy and biofuel production

Peter B. Woodbury, Armen R. Kemanian, Michael Jacobson, Matthew Langholtz, 2018, Biomass and Bioenergy on p. 132-142

Economic assessment of landowners’ willingness to supply energy crops on marginal lands in the northeastern of the United States

Wei Jiang, Katherine Yoder Zipp, Michael Gregory Jacobson, 2018, Biomass and Bioenergy on p. 22-30

A case study of stakeholder perspective and experience with wild American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) conservation efforts in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: Limitations to a CITES driven, top-down regulatory approach

Eric P. Burkhart, Michael Gregory Jacobson, James Craig Finley, 2012, Biodiversity and Conservation on p. 3657-3679

Market constraints in NTFP trade

S. P. Kar, M. G. Jacobson, 2012, International Forestry Review on p. 50-61

A sustainability framework for assessing studies about marginal lands for planting perennial energy crops

Wei Jiang, Michael G. Jacobson, Matthew H. Langholtz, 2019, Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining on p. 228-240

An assessment of farm scale biomass pelleting in the Northeast

Daniel Ciolkosz, Michael Jacobson, Nichole Heil, Will Brandau, 2017, Renewable Energy on p. 85-91