Jacquet’s work has analyzed community effects from hydraulic fracturing in states across the United States. From 2005-2008, he was the social impact analyst for Sublette County, Wyoming, and has since performed research and outreach for Cornell University, Penn State, Headwaters Economics, and more. Recently, he presented his research to the National Academy of Sciences and the Health Effects Institute. He is currently an assistant professor of Sociology and Rural Studies at South Dakota State University.
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