Christopher Jones is an Extension Agent at the University of Arizona in Gila County, Arizona. He served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guatemala and as Territorial Forester in American Samoa before becoming a Cooperative Extension Agent. He conducts programs in horticulture and natural resources, including programs that address climate change impacts on natural resources since 2003. Chris leads the Association of Natural Resources Extension Professionals’ Climate Science Initiative (sites.google.com/site/anrepclimate).
Jones, C., C. Dennett, and D. Garcia. 2016. Living with Wildfire: Homeowners’ Firewise Guide for Arizona (Revised). Multi-agency collaborative pamphlet. University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Publication #AZ1416. Tucson, AZ. 24 pp.
Gibson, R.D., Jones, C.K., & Schalau, J.W. 2016. Vertebrate Pests Chapter. Arizona Master Gardener Manual (Revised). University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Press, Tucson, AZ. 60 pp.
Jones, C. and M. Lenart. 2014. Forestry Professionals and Extension Educators vs. Climate Change: Implications for Cooperative Extension Programming. Journal of Extension [Online], 52(3) Article 3FEA1. pp14. Available at: http://www.joe.org/joe/2014june/a1.php
Lenart, M. and C. Jones. 2014. Perceptions of climate change influence willingness to undertake forestry adaptation and mitigation. Journal of Forestry, 12(6):553–563, http://dx.doi.org/10.5849/jof.13-051
Lenart, M., C. Jones, V. Barber, A. Grotta, M. Crimmins, C. Schnepf, H. Smith, K. Sullivan and E Taylor. 2014. eXtension Climate, Forests and Woodlands Community of Practice. http://www. extension.org/climate_forests_woodlands
Apel, M., C. Jones and D. McDonald. 2013. The Accidental Sustainability Agent. Journal of Sustainability Education. Vol 4, January 2013. ISSN: 2151-7452. pp 9. http://www.jsedimensions.org/wordpress/?p=2214&shareadraft=baba2214_5106...
Jones, C. and J. Kelly. 2013. Pines (Pinaceae) of Arizona. University of Arizona College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. #AZ1584. 48 pp.