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Dominik Roeser

Associate Professor

Forest Sciences Centre 2036
2424 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4

work phone: 604-822-3559

Research Areas:

Research interests include:

  • Forest Operations
  • Wildfire Operations
  • Biomass supply systems
  • Feedstock quality improvements
  • Technology transfer of harvesting technologies in different operational environments
  • Small scale harvesting systems
  • Small scale bioenergy solutions


Recognition Award – Canadian Forest Service 2017

Selected Publications

A Cadei, O Mologni, D Roeser, R Cavalli, S Grigolato (2020). Forwarder Productivity in Salvage Logging Operations in Difficult Terrain Forests 11(3), 341
Marchi L., Mologni O., Roeser D, Cavalli R, Grigolato S. (2020). Mechanical response of natural anchors in cable logging. International Journal of Forest Engineering
Mologni O., Marchi L., Lyons C.K., Grigolato S., Cavalli R., Roeser D. (2020). Skyline tensile forces in cable logging: field observations vs. software calculations. Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering
van Holsbeek, S., Ezzati, S., Röser, D. & Brown, M. (2020). A two-stage DSS to evaluate optimal locations for bioenergy facilities Forests 11(9)
Mologni O., Lyons C.K., Marchi L., Amishev D., Grigolato S., Cavalli R., Roeser D. (2020). Assessment of cable tensile forces in active winch-assist harvesting using an anchor machine configuration. European Journal of Forest Research
Chadwick A., Goodbody T., Coops N., Hervieux A., Bater C., Martens L., White B. & Röser D. (2020). Automatic delineation and height measurement of regenerating conifer crowns under leaf-off conditions using UAV imagery Remote Sensing
Raffaele Spinelli, Rien Visser, Rolf Björheden, Dominik Röser (2019). Recovering Energy Biomass in Conventional Forest Operations: a Review of Integrated Harvesting Systems Current Forestry Reports, Springer June 2019, Volume 5, Issue 2, pp 90–100
Shaghaygh Akhtari, Taraneh Sowlati, Diana G.Siller-Benitez, Dominik Roeser (2019). Impact of inventory management on demand fulfilment, cost and emission of forest-based biomass supply chains using simulation modelling Biosystems Engineering Volume 178, February 2019, Pages 184-199