Jacob, John individual record
Professor and Extension Specialist
selected publications
Academic Articles19
Chapters4
  • Jacob, J. S. (2015). Riparian Soils. Hardy, T. B., & Davis, N. (Eds.), Texas Riparian Areas. (pp. 47-80). Texas A&M University Press.
  • Jacob, J. S. (2013). Urbanismo auténtico: Una política sin desventajas frente al cambio climático. Yáñez-Arancibia, A. (Eds.), Cambio climático dimensión ecológica y socioeconómica. Publicación AGT Editor SA.
  • Jacob, J. S., Griffin, R. W., Miller, W. L., & Wilding, L. R. (1997). Aquerts and Aquertic Soils: A Querulous Proposition. PEDOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH. Vepraskas, M., & Sprecher, S. (Eds.), Aquic Conditions and Hydric Soils: The Problem Soils. (pp. 61-77). Soil Science Society of America.
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  • Pope, K. O., Pohl, M. D., & Jacob, J. S. (1996). Formation of ancient Maya wetland fields: Natural and anthropogenic processes.. Fedick, S. (Eds.), The Managed Mosaic Ancient Maya Agriculture and Resource Use. (pp. 165-176). University of Utah Press.
Conference Papers2
  • Jacob, J. S. (1996). Archaeological Pedology in the Maya Lowlands. PEDOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH. (44), 51-80.
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  • Nordt, L. C., Jacob, J. S., & Wilding, L. P. (1991). Quantifying map unit composition for quality control in soil survey. SSSA Special Publication (Soil Science Society of America). (28), 183-197.
Email
jjacob@tamu.edu
First Name
John
Last Name
Jacob
mailing address
Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Service; Recreation, Parks & Tourism Science; 2261 TAMUS
Houston, TX 77058-2545
USA