- Ph D, Colorado State University; Rangeland Ecosystem Science
- MS, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry; Conservation Biology
- BS, Cornell University; Natural Resource Management
Dr. Kevin Jablonski is an Extension Specialist with expertise in Rangeland Livestock Systems. His Extension and Research efforts focus on the ecology of grazing livestock- how domestic herbivores interact with their environment, how humans influence this, and the good and bad things that emerge from these relationships. This means he is interested in everything from complex analysis of livestock foraging behavior to the amazingly diverse human cultures that have co-evolved with livestock around the world.
Jablonski, Kevin E, Reid, Robin S, Pickering, Tomas, (2021) "Community-based Rangeland Management in Ethiopia’s Pastoral Areas:Trends, Best Practices, and Recommendation for the Future" United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service International Programs report supported by the U.S.Agency for International Development.
Jablonski, Kevin E, Meiman, Paul, Flora, Miranda, Lambert, Justin, Wooten, Jesse, Melzer, Susan E, Covino, Tim E, (2021) "Rangeland Health Assessment of Grazing Allotments in Dinosaur National Monument: Focused condition assessment report" U.S. Department of the Interior; National Park Service Natural Resource Report NPS/DINO/NRR—2021/2218 92
Jablonski, Kevin E, Merishi, John, Dolrenry, Stephanie, Hazzah, Leela, (2020) Ecological Doctors in Maasailand: Identifying Herding Best Practices to Improve Livestock Management and Reduce Carnivore Conflict FRONTIERS IN SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS 4
Jablonski, Kevin E, Dillon, Jasmine Ashley, Hale, James W, Jablonski, Becca BR, Carolan, Michael S, One place doesn’t fit all: Improving the effectiveness of sustainability standards by accounting for place Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems 4 145
Jablonski, Kevin E, Boone, Randall B, Meiman, Paul, (2020) Predatory plants and patchy cows: modeling cattle interactions with toxic larkspur amid variable heterogeneity Rangeland Ecology \& Management 73 1 73--83
Bruno, Jasmine Elizabeth, Jamsranjav, Chantsallkham, Jablonski, Kevin E, Dosamantes, Elena Graciela, Wilmer, Hailey Nicole, Fernandez-Gimenez, Maria E, (2020) The landscape of North American Rangeland Social Science: A Systematic Map RANGELAND ECOLOGY & MANAGEMENT 73 1 181-193
Jablonski, Becca B. R., , Carolan, Michael S, Hale, James W, McFadden, Dawn Thilmany, Love, Erin, Christensen, Libby, Covey, Tabitha Lee, Bellows, Laura L, Cleary, Rebecca L O, David, Olaf, Jablonski, Kevin E, Jones, Andrew S, Meiman, Paul, Quinn, Jason Charles, Ryan, Elizabeth P, Schipanski, Meagan Erin, Summers, Hailey Marie, Uchanski, Mark E, (2019) "Connecting Urban Food Plans to the Countryside: Leveraging Denver's Food Vision to Explore Meaningful Rural-Urban Linkages" SUSTAINABILITY 11 7
Jablonski, B. B. R., Carolan, M., Hale, J., Thilmany McFadden, D., Love, E., Christensen, Elizabeth O, Covey, T., Bellows, L., Cleary, R., David, O., Jablonski, K. E., Jones, A. S., Meiman, P., Quinn, J., Ryan, E. P., Schipanski, M., Summers, H., Uchanski, M., (2019) Connecting Urban Food Plans to the Countryside: Leveraging Denver’s Food Vision to Build Meaningful Rural-urban Linkages Sustainability 11 7
Jablonski, Kevin E, Meiman, Paul, (2019) Effect of Aboveground Mass Removal on Toxicity of Geyer's Larkspur, with Important Implications for Grazing Management RANGELAND ECOLOGY & MANAGEMENT 72 5 768-772
Jablonski, Kevin E, Boone, Randall B, Meiman, Paul, (2018) An agent-based model of cattle grazing toxic Geyer's larkspur PloS one 13 3 e0194450
Jablonski, Kevin E, Meiman, Paul, (2018) Effect of aboveground mass removal on toxicity of Geyers larkspur, with important implications for grazing management bioRxiv 492900
Jablonski, Kevin E, Boone, Randall B, Meiman, Paul, (2018) Predatory plants and patchy cows: modeling cattle interactions with toxic larkspur amid variable heterogeneity bioRxiv 487561