sob. March 17, 2018
Research profile

Scientific research activities:

  • Phytochemical study of secondary metabolites of plants and fungi (GC-MS, HPLC-FLD/DAD).
  • Chemistry of forest environment.
  • Supercritical extraction of natural products.
  • Engineering of forest by-products.
  • The rheological properties of natural products.
  • Phase transitions of natural products.
  • Floristry - changes in the flora of the Bialowieza Forest in the last decades
  • Phytosociology of plants - non-forest and hydrogenic communities of Bialowieza Forest.
  • Mycology – polypore fungi of north-eastern Poland.
  • Parasitic, anamorphic fungi of Bialowieza Forest.
  • Changes in lichen biota of Bialowieza Forest over the last few years.
  • Bryology - type of Sphagnum sp. in the Bialowieza Forest.
  • Ecology and demography of plants.
  • Ethnobotany.
  • History of plants’ usage.
  • Hunting.
  • Ecology of large mammals and birds of prey.
  • Network management and protection of trees - natural monuments.
  • Tourism in the protected areas and forest.
  • Protection of biodiversity in agricultural areas and forest.
  • Nature and forest education.
  • Logging.
  • Seed, nursery and selection.
  • Grain size distribution of polydisperse materials.
  • Computer image analysis.
  • Microscopic analysis - SEM microscopy.
  • The construction of food, agricultural and forestry machinery.
  • Physicochemical properties of raw materials.
  • Granulation processes of waste products.
  • Physicochemical and microbiological characteristics of surface waters.
  • Development of tourism and recreation in forest areas (sylvan tourism).
  • Tourist development of forest areas.
  • Financing of tourism activities in forest areas (costs and benefits).
  • Human Resources - acquisition, education, management of forest areas.
  • The effects of public management in local governments.
  • The supervision of private forests and its effectiveness.
  • Financing public tasks, with particular emphasis on environmental tasks.