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Amanda Crump

Lecturer, International Agricultural Development
Department of Plant Sciences MS2
One Shields Avenue
3045 Wickson
Davis, CA 95616
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Ph.D. Education, University of California, Davis. 2018
M.S. Plant Pathology and Weed Science/International Development Studies, Colorado State University. 2007


Extension Education, Postsecondary Education, Women and Vulnerable Groups, International Agricultural Development, International Program Management and Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Integrated Pest Management, Tree Health, Technology Transfer Evaluation

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Peer Reviewed

  • Jacobi, William R.; Pineda Bovin, Phyllis; Burns, Kelly S.; Crump, Amanda; Goodrich, Betsy A. (2016). "Pruning limber pine to reduce impacts from white pine blister rust in the Southern Rocky Mountains." Forest Science 62
  • Crump, Amanda; Jacobi, William R.; Lundquist, John E. (2011). "Dissemination of forest health research information in the Rocky Mountains." Journal of Forestry 109(1): 43-49.
  • Crump, Amanda; Jacobi, William R.; Burns, Kelly S.; Howell, Brian E. (2011). Pruning to manage white pine blister rust in the Southern Rocky Mountains. USDA Forest Service Research Note. Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fort Collins, CO. RMRS-RN-44, 10.

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