Tsevesyn Davaajamts is a professor of biology and botany and has published nine books, 40 scientific articles, and more than 80 feature articles on the subject.
His interest in these matters did not confine him inside the walls of academe. He was active in the application of ancient traditions to fatten cattle without damaging pasturelands. He has also led his people in planting over 80 million trees, which have survived to this day because of his method in preparing saplings.
He is also known for his contribution in the publication of Mongolia's national atlas where he provided maps on damaged pastures.