1. Braune, B., Jacobs, S. R., & Gaston, A. (2017). "Variation in organochlorine and mercury levels in first and replacement eggs of a single-egg clutch breeder, the thick-billed murre, at a breeding colony in the Canadian Arctic," The Science of the Total Environment, 610, 462-468.
2. Manley*, B., Elliot, S., & Jacobs, S. (2017). Expedition Cruising in the Canadian Arctic: Visitor Motives and the Influence of Education Programming on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behaviours. Resources, 6 (3), 1-20.
3. Wanieck*, K., Fayemi, P., Zollfrank, C., & Jacobs, S. R. (2017). Tools to support and facilitate biomimetics. Bioinspired, biomimetic, and nanobiomaterials, 6 (2), 53-66.
4. Cash-Barlow*, C., Letargo*, J., Graether, S., & Jacobs, S. (2017). An analysis of the perceptions and resources of large university classes. CBE Life Sciences Education, 16 (33), 1-12.
5. Cunningham*, J., Le Vaillant, M., Gaston, A., Roper-Coudert, Y., Kato, A., Jacobs, S., Elliott, K. (2017). Reduced activity during middle-age for thick-billed murres (Uria lomvia): evidence for age-related trends in fine-scale foraging behaviour. Animal Behaviour, 126, 271-280.
6. Gillis, D., Nelson*, J., Driscoll*, B., Hodgins, K., Fraser, E., Jacobs, S. (2017). Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Research and Education in Canada: A Review and Suggested Framework. Collected Essays in Learning and Teaching, 10, 203-222.
7. Hoeller, N., Farnsworth, M., Jacobs, S., Chirazi, J., Salustri, F., et al. (2016). A Systems View of Bioinspiration: Bridging the Gaps. INSIGHT, 19 (1), 36-40.
8. Hobbins*, J., Eisenbach, M., Jacobs, S., & Ritchie, K. (2016). Residence learning communities at Canadian comprehensive institutions. Teaching and Learning Innovations Journal, 18.
9. Jacobs, S., Bender, S., & McAdam, A. (2015). The Dandelion Outreach Program: Learning through inquiry-based community engagement. Evolution: Education and Outreach, 8, 4, doi: 10.1186/s12052-015-0033-8.
10. Landry*, A., Jacobs, S. R., & Newton, G. (2015). Use of Peer Assessment in a Graduate Level Writing Assignment. International Journal of Higher Education, 4 (1), 38-51.
11. Jacobs, S. (2015). Reversing the process of learning. Teaching and Learning Innovations Journal, 17.
12. Jacobs, S. (2014). Biomimetics: a simple foundation will lead to new insight about process. International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics, 9 (2), 83-94.
13. Jacobs, S., Nichols*, E., & Helms, M. (2014). Where are we now and where are we going? The BioM Innovation Database. Journal of Mechanical Design, 136., doi: 10.1115/1.4028171.
14. Jacobs, S., Elliott, K. H., & Gaston, T. (2013). Parents are a drag: long lived birds share costs with their offspring. PLoS ONE, 8:e54594.
15. Jacobs, S., Elliott, K. H., Gaston, A. J., Guigueno, M. F., Redman, P., J. R. Speakman, and J.M. Weber (2012). Determining seabird body condition using non-lethal measures. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 85, 85-95, doi: 85:85-95.
16. Jacobs, S., Edwards, D., Ringrose, J., Elliott, K. H., Weber, J. M., Gaston, A.J. (2011). Changes in body composition during breeding: Reproductive strategies of three seabird species under poor environmental condition. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 158, 77-82, doi: B 158:77-82.
17. Jacobs, S., Elliott, K. H., Gaston, A. J., & Weber, J. M. (2009). Fatty acid signatures of female Brunnich's guillemots suggests reliance on local prey for replacement egg production. Journal of Avian Biology, 40, 327-336.
18. Elliott, K. H., Jacobs, S., Ringrose, J., Gaston, A. J., & Davoren, G. K. (2008). Is mass loss in Brunnich's guillemots Uria Iomvia an adaptation for improved flight performance or improved diver performance? Journal of Avian Biology, 39, 619-628, doi: 39:619-628.
19. Terhune, J. M., Hoover, C. L., & Jacobs, S. R. (2002). Potential detection ranges of underwater acoustic harassment devices in the Bay of Fundy. Journal of the World Aquaculture Society, 33 (2), 176-183.
20. Jacobs, S. & Terhune, J. M. (2002). The effectiveness of acoustic harassment devices: seal reaction studies and noise exposure model in the Bay of Fundy, Canada. Aquatic Mammals, 28 (2), 147-158.
21. Jacobs, S. & Terhune, J. M. (2000). Harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) numbers along the New Brunswick coast of the Bay of Fundy in autumn in relation to aquaculture. Northeastern Naturalist, 7, 289-296.