Publications





 


Papers and Book Chapters

Jacobson, R. D. (2015). Mapping the location, design and decline of London's psychiatric asylums (1831–2012)Journal of Maps12(4), 684-694. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17445647.2015.1061302


Jacobson, R.D., Caldwell, D.R., McDermott, S.D., Paez. F. I., Aburizaiza, A.O., Curtin K.M., Stefanidis A, and Qin, H. (2013) Crowdsourcing techniques for augmenting traditional accessibility maps with transitory obstacle information Cartography and Geographic Information Science  40 (3): 210-219. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15230406.2013.799737


Jacobson, D. (2012) “Geography of Disability.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Geography. Ed. Barney Warf. New York: Oxford University Press, online at


Rice, M.T., Aburizaiza, A.O, Jacobson,R.D, Shore , B.M., and Paez. F I.  (2012). Supporting Accessibility for Blind andVision-impaired People With a Localized Gazetteer and Open Source Geotechnology. Transactions in GIS 16 (2):177-190. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9671.2012.01318.x

Holden, W. N. and Jacobson, R.D. (2011) Ecclesial Opposition to Nonferrous Metals Mining in Guatemala and the Philippines:Neoliberalism Encounters the Church of the Poor. In Brunn S. (ed.) Engineering Earth, Volume 3 pp 383-411, Springer Netherlands.

Holden, W., Nadeau, K., and Jacobson, R.D.  (2011) Exemplifying Accumulation By Dispossession: Mining And Indigenous Peoples InThe Philippines.
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 93 (2), 141-161.

Rice, M.T.,  Hammill, W.C., Aburizaiza, A.O., Schwarz, S., and Jacobson,R.D. (2011)
Integrating User-contributed Geospatial Data with assistive Geotechnology Using a localized Gazetteer, Advances in Cartography and GIScience. Volume 1, 279-291.

Simonnet, M., Vieilledent, and Tisseau, J. (2011) Comparing TactileMaps and Haptic Digital Representations of a Maritime Environment. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 105 (4), 222-234.

Jacobson, R.D and Holden, W.N.  (2010) The Roman Catholic Church:committed to the poor in Guatemala. The Canadian Geographer / Le G´eographe canadien, 54 (3), 378-380. DOI: 10.1111/j.1541-0064.2009.00295_2.x

Jacobson, R.D. (2010) Non-Visual Geographies In: Warf, B. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Geography, Sage: London

Jacobson, R.D. (2010) Tactile maps, In: Goldstein, B. (ed) Encyclopedia of Perception, pp.950-952. Sage: London

Simonnet, M., Vieilledent, S., Jacobson, D. and Tisseau, J. (2010) The assessment of non visual maritime cognitive maps of a blind sailor:a case study, Journal of Maps, v2010, 289-301. 10.4113/jom.2010.1087.

Simonnet, M., Vieilledent, S., Jacobson, D. and Tisseau, J. (2010) Published Map. In Simonnet, M., Vieilledent, S., Jacobson, D. and Tisseau, J. (2010) The assessment of non visual maritime cognitive maps of a blind sailor: a case study, Journal of Maps, v2010, 289-301. 10.4113/jom.2010.1087.

M. Simonnet, R.D. Jacobson, S. Vieilledent and J. Tisseau. (2009) SeaTouch: A Haptic andAuditory Maritime Environment for Non Visual Cognitive Mapping of BlindSailors. In K. Stewart Hornsby et al. (Eds.): COSIT 2009, LNCS 5756, pp. 212–226, 2009. Springer-Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg. 

Jacobson R. D. (2009) Haptic or Touch-Based Knowledge. In Kitchin R, Thrift N (eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 5, pp. 13–18. Oxford Elsevier

Jacobson, R.D.  (2009) Naturalistic Testing, In: In: Kitchin, R., Thrift, N (eds.) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 7, pp. 269-274. Oxford: Elsevier.

Potestio M.L., Patel A.B., Powell C.D., McNeil D.A. Jacobson R.D. and McLaren L. (2009) Is there an association between spatial access toparks/green space and childhood overweight/obesity in Calgary, Canada? International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, 6:77 doi:10.1186/1479-5868-6-77

Jacobson, R.D., Simonnet, M., Vieilledent, S. and Tisseau, J. (2009) Can Virtual Reality Provide Digital Maps To Blind Sailors? A Case Study. Proceedings of the International Cartographic Congress, 15-21 November 2009, Santiago, Chile. 10pp.

Jacobson, R.D. (2009) Beyond Tactile Maps: Towardsontologies for future research. Published Abstract Proceedings of the International Cartographic Congress, 15-21 November 2009, Santiago, Chile.

Holden, W.N. and Jacobson, R.D. (2009) EcclesialOpposition to Nonferrous Mining in Guatemala” Neoliberalism Meets the Church ofthe Poor in a Shattered Society. The Canadian Geographer / Le G´eographe canadien, 53 (2), 145-164.

Stewart, E. Jacobson, R.D. and Draper D.  (2008) Public participation geographicinformation systems (PPGIS): challenges of implementation in Churchill,Manitoba. The Canadian Geographer / Le G´eographe canadien, 52(3), 351–366.

Holden, W.N. and Jacobson, R.D. (2008). “Civil Society Oppositionto Nonferrous Metals Mining in Guatemala.” Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 19 (4): 325-350. 

Jacobson, R.D. (2007) The future of tactile cartography: from static raised lines to multimodal dynamic portable computer interfaces, International Cartographic Conference, Moscow

Scientific American
Getting in Touch: Virtual Maps for the Blind (2007)



Mason G.A., and Jacobson, R.D. (2007) Fuzzy Geographically Weighted Clustering,
Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Geocomputation, Maynooth, Ireland


Holden, W. N. and Jacobson, R.D. (2007) Mining AmidArmed Conflict: Nonferrous Metals Mining in the Philippines, The Canadian Geographer / Le G´eographe canadien, 51(4), 475-500.

Holden, W. N., Jacobson, R.D, and Moran, K, (2007) Civil Societyopposition to nonferrous metals mining in Montana, Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 18(3) 266-292.

MacVeigh, R. and Jacobson, R.D. (2007) ImplementingAuditory Icons in Raster GIS, Proceedings of the 13th InternationalConference on Auditory Display, Montréal, Québec, Canada, 530-535.

Holden, W. N. Jacobson, R.D (2007) EcclesialOpposition to Nonferrous Metals Mining in the Philippines: NeoliberalismEncounters Liberation Theology. Asian Studies Review, 31(2), 133-154.

Holden, W. N. Jacobson, R.D. (2007) Ecclesial Opposition to Mining onMindanao: Neoliberalism Encounters the Church of the Poor in the Land ofPromise, Worldviews: Environment, Culture, Religion, 11(2), 155-202.

Jacobson, R. D. (2006) Behavioral Geography. In: Warf, B. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Sage: London. pp 17-18. Invited

Jacobson, R. D. (2006) Cartography. In: Warf, B. (ed.) Encyclopediaof Human Geography. Sage: London. pp 28-29. Invited

Jacobson, R. D. (2006) Disability, geography of. In: Warf, B. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Sage: London. pp. 109-111. Invited

Jacobson, R. D. (2006) Mental Maps. In: Warf, B. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Sage: London. pp. 299-301. Invited

Holden, W. N. and Jacobson, R.D (2006) Mining AmidDecentralization: Local Governments and Mining in the Philippines. Natural Resources Forum, 30, 188-198.

Jacobson, R.D., and Sam, K. (2006) Multimodal Web-GIS: AugmentingMap Navigation and Spatial Data Visualization with Voice Control, AutoCarto 2006, June 26-28, Electronic Proceedings.

Golledge, R.G., Rice, M., and Jacobson, R.D. (2006) MultimodalInterfaces for Representing and Accessing Geospatial Information. In: Rana, S. and Sharma, J. (eds.) Frontiers of Geographic Information Technology. Springer-Verlag: Berlin & New York, pp 181-208.

Rice, M., Jacobson, R.D., Golledge, R.G., and Jones, D. (2005) Design Considerations for Haptic and Auditory Map Interfaces. Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 32 (4), 381-391 http://dx.doi.org/10.1559/152304005775194656


Golledge, R.G., Rice, M., and Jacobson, R.D. (2005) A Commentary onthe Use of Touch for Accessing On-Screen Spatial Representations: The Processof Experiencing Haptic Maps and Graphics. The Professional Geographer, 57 (3). 339-349.

Jacobson, R.D. (2004) Haptic Soundscapes: Developing novelmulti-sensory tools to promote access to geographic information. In: Janelle,D., Warf, B., and Hansen, K (eds.) WorldMinds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 problems. Kluwer: Dordrecht, pp 99-103.

Jacobson, R.D. (2002) Representing Spatial Information ThroughMultimodal Interfaces: Overview and preliminary results in non-visualinterfaces.  6th International Conference on Information Visualization: Symposium on Spatial/Geographic Data Visualization, IEEE Proceedings, London, 10-12 July, 2002, 730-734.

Cheesman, J., Dodge, M., Harvey, F., Jacobson, D., and Kitchin, R. (2002) ‘Other’ Worlds: Augmented, Comprehensible, Non-Material Spaces. In: Fisher, P. and Unwin, D. (eds.) Virtual Reality in Geography. Taylor and Francis, London, pp. 295-304.

Blades, M., Lippa, Y., Golledge, R.G., Jacobson, R.D., and Kitchin, R.M. (2002) Wayfinding by people with visual impairments: The effectof spatial tasks on the ability to learn a novel route. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness, 96, 407-419.

Jacobson, R.D., Kitchin, R.M., and Golledge R.G. (2002) Multimodal virtual reality for presenting geographic information.  In: Fisher, P. and Unwin, D. (eds.) Virtual Reality in Geography. Taylor and Francis: London, pp. 382-400.

Jeong, W. and Jacobson, R.D. (2002) Exploratory user study of haptic and auditory display for multimodal information systems. In: McLaughlin, M. L., Hespanha, J.P., and Sukhatme, G.S. (eds.) Touch in virtual Environments: Haptics and the design of interactive systems. IMSC Series in Multimedia, Prentice Hall: New York, pp. 194-204.

Jacobson, R.D., Lippa, Y., Golledge, R.G., Kitchin, R.M., and Blades, M. (2001) Rapid development of cognitive maps in people with visualimpairments when exploring novel geographic spaces. IAPS Bulletin of People-Environment Studies (Special Issue on Environmental Cognition), 18, 3-6.

Golledge, R.G., Jacobson, R.D., Kitchin, R.M., and Blades, M. (2000) Cognitive maps, spatial abilities, and human wayfinding. Geographical Review of Japan, ser. B: The English journal of the Association of Japanese Geographers, 73 (Ser.B) (2), 93-104.

Jacobson, R.D. (1998) Cognitivemapping without sight: Four preliminary studies of spatial learning. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 18, 289-305.

Kitchin, R.M., Jacobson, R.D., Golledge, R.G., and Blades, M. (1998) Belfast without sight: Exploring geographies of blindness. Irish Geographer. 31(1), 34-46.

Jacobson, R.D. (1998) Navigating mapswith little or no sight: A novel audio-tactile approach. Proceedings of Content Visualization and Intermedia Representations. August 15, University of Montreal, Montreal.

Jacobson, R.D. (1997) Spatial Behavior: A Geographic Perspective, by R.G. Golledge and R. J. Stimpson. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 17(4): 353-355.

Jacobson, R.D. and Kitchin, R.M (1997) GIS and people with visual impairments or blindness: Exploring the potentialfor education, orientation, and navigation. Transactions in Geographic Information System, 2(4), 315-332.

Kitchin, R.M. and Jacobson, R.D. (1997) Techniques tocollect and analyze the cognitive map knowledge of people with visualimpairments or blindness: Issues of validity. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness. July-August, 360-376.

Jacobson, R.D. (1996) Talking tactile maps and environmental audiobeacons: An orientation and mobility development tool for visually impaired people, Proceedings of the ICA Commission on maps and graphics for blind and visually impaired people, 21-25 October, 1996, Ljubjiana, Slovenia.

Jacobson, R.D. and Kitchin, R.M. (1995) Assessing theconfigurational knowledge of people with visual impairments or blindness, Swansea Geographer, 32, 14-24.

Jacobson, R.D. (1994) Navigation for the visually impaired: Goingbeyond tactile cartography, Swansea Geographer, 31, 53-59.

Jacobson, R.D. (1994) GIS and the visually disabled: The spatial contribution to mobility, Mapping Awareness, 8(6), 37-39.

Jacobson, R.D. (1992) Spatial cognition through tactile mapping. Swansea Geographer 29, 79-88.

Technical Reports 

Off-Route Strategies for Non-Visual Navigation, NSF Grant # BCS-9818545 - Final Report, Golledge, R.G., Kitchin, R.M., Blades, M. and Jacobson, R.D. (2001)
 
Haptic-auditory interfaces: Towards making maps accessible to vision impaired people, First year Assistant Professor Award, Florida State University – Final Report, Jacobson, R.D. (2000)

Multimodal zooming in digital geographic information, National Center for Geographic Information Analysis, Project Varenius, Jacobson, R.D., Klatzky, R., and Habel, C. (2000)

Haptic Soundscapes: Making maps, diagrams, and graphs accessible to people with vision impairments, Final report, Research Across the Disciplines Program, University of California at Santa Barbara. Golledge, R. G., and Jacobson, R.D. (1999)

Understanding Geographic Space Without the Use of Vision, NSF Grant # SBR95-14907 – Final Report, Golledge, R.G., Blades, M., Kitchin, R.M.,and Jacobson, R.D. (1999)






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