My research is on boreal forest regeneration and how to adapt it to the changing climate of the future. This involves understanding how planting position, seed coating, insect damage and addition of arginine influence seedlings resilience to environmental factors, especially drought. By adapting forest management practices to the conditions of the future, we may be able to increase survival and ensure good establishment of seedlings.
Licentiate degree in Forest Sciences - SLU, Sweden
Master of Science in Biology - SLU, Sweden
Bachelor of Science in Biology - University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Poster at the World Forestry Congress - South Korea 2022 (https://www.slu.se/globalassets/ew/org/inst/seksko/pdf/poster_matej_domevscik.pdf)
Domevscik, M. (2022) Adapting Scots Pine Regeneration to the Changing Climate. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
Domevscik, M., Häggström, B., Lim, H. Öhlund, J., Nordin, A. (2022) Large-scale assessment of artificially coated seeds for forest regeneration across Sweden. New Forests.
Häggström, B., Domevscik, M., Öhlund, J., Nordin, A. (2021) Survival and growth of Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris) seedlings in north Sweden: effects of planting position and arginine phosphate addition, Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 36:6, 423-433
Lodberg-Holm, H.K., Gelink, H.W., Hertel, A.G., Swenson, J.E., Domevscik, M., Steyaert, S.M.J.G., (2019) A human-induced landscape of fear influences foraging behavior of brown bears. Basic Appl. Ecol. 35, 18–27
Domevscik, M. (2018) Resource Distribution in Disturbed Landscapes – Berry abundance on Clearcuts and Their Use by Brown Bears. Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.