Dr. William (Bill) Jacobi

 

Bill is currently Professor of Forest and Shade Tree Pathology in the Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management at Colorado State University. Bill began his work at Colorado State University in 1980.

Bill’s responsibilities within the Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management include teaching (20%), administration (20%), and research (60%).

Bill at Goblins Forest Campground in Colorado

During June 2007

Dr. Bill Jacobi will be the

"Scientist-in-Residence"

at the

USDA Forest Service’s

Western Wildlands Environmental

Threat Assessment Center

at the

Prineville Research Center

in

Prineville, Oregon

 

Education:

Bachelor of Science Degree

State University of New York

Master of Science Degree

West Virginia University

Doctor of Philosophy Degree

North Carolina State University

Bill on trail at 2005 WIFDWC in British Columbia

Research Interests:

 

Diseases of forest and shade trees,

Use of GIS & spatial statistics to study the spatial occurrence of forest diseases and their relationships to environmental factors,

Environmental influences on disease occurrence, especially cankers and root diseases.

Bill with "Fairy Ring" mushroom

Posters

Publications

Research

 

 

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