Conrad, J.L.IV, Demchik, M.C., Vokoun, M.M., Evans, A.M. and Lynch, M.P. 2017. Frequency, Cost, and Rationale for Seasonal Timber Harvesting Restrictions in Wisconsin. Forest Science. FastTrack (not yet assigned to an issue)
Demchik, M.C., Conrad, J. IV., and Vokoun, M. 2016. Should unthinned oak stands of advanced age (≥ 60 yr) be thinned? Journal of Sustainable Forestry. 35(4):299-310.
Demchik. M.C., Fischbach, J., and J. Hall. 2016. Phenolics and antioxidant activity of American and hybrid hazelnuts. American Journal of Essential Oils and Natural Products. 4(1):50-52
Demchik, M., Fischbach, J., Kern, A., Turnquist, K. and Palmer, I. 2016. Using microsatellite DNA to determine whether American hazelnut clumps are multiclonal. Agroforestry Systems. 90(5): 927-931.
Demchik, M., Fischbach, J. and Yates, M. 2016. Physical characteristics and sensory analysis of American hazelnuts in comparison to Tonda di Giffoni. Agroforestry Systems. 90(5): 919-926.
Schwartz, K. and M. Demchik. 2015. Oak advance regeneration in common habitat types of central and northern Wisconsin. Forest Science. 61(3): 548-553.
Demchik, M.D. J. Fischbach, A. Kern, J. Lane, B. McCown, E. Zeldin and K. Turnquist. 2014. Selection of American Hazelnut as a Potential Oilseed Crop. Agroforestry Systems. 88: 449-459.
Central Hardwood Conference, 2016
- Demchik, M.C., Schwartz, K.M., Mujuri, E., and Demchik, E. 2016. The impact of oak reserve trees on regeneration in scrub oak sites (8 year results). Central Hardwood Conference.
- Demchik, M.C., Virden, S.M., Buchanan, Z.L., and Johnson, A.M. 2016. A stocking chart for burr oak savanna restoration. Central Hardwood Conference.
Central Hardwood Conference, 2014
- Demchik, M. 2014. Impact of Habitat Type on Forage Quality of Seedling Oak Leaves in Central Wisconsin, USA.
- M. Demchik, K. Schwartz, R. Braun and E. Scharenbrock. 2014. Northern Red Oak Volume Growth on Four Northern Wisconsin Habitat Types.
- M. Demchik, K. Kurszewski, K. Johnson, and K. M. Schwartz. 2014. Survey of Foresters Regarding Oak Silviculture.