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- Corton, J.; Donnison, I.S.; Patel, M.; Bühle, L.; Hodgson, E.; Wachendorf, M.; Bridgwater, A.; Allison, G.; Fraser, M.D.
- Applied energy 2016 v.177 pp. 852-862
- greenhouse gas emissions, etc ; Juncus; Miscanthus; Pteridium aquilinum; biodiversity; bioenergy; biomass; energy; energy crops; feedstocks; food production; fossil fuels; greenhouse gases; habitats; oils; power generation; prediction; pressing; product development; pyrolysis; silage; thermogravimetry; washing; wastes; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Waste biomass is generated during the conservation management of semi-natural habitats, and represents an unused resource and potential bioenergy feedstock that does not compete with food production. Thermogravimetric analysis was used to characterise a representative range of biomass generated during conservation management in Wales. Of the biomass types assessed, those dominated by rush (Juncus ...
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- Galik, Christopher S.; Abt, Robert C.; Latta, Gregory; Méley, Andréanne; Henderson, Jesse D.
- Applied energy 2016 v.172 pp. 264-274
- greenhouse gas emissions, etc ; agricultural industry; bioenergy; biomass; carbon sequestration; carbon sinks; econometric models; forest stands; forests; greenhouse gases; issues and policy; land use; landowners; markets; military lands; pollution control; public-private partnerships; timber supply; Southeastern United States; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Bioenergy is a significant source of renewable energy in the U.S. and internationally. We explore whether creation of localized bioenergy markets near existing military installations in the southeastern U.S. could simultaneously address military renewable energy generation objectives while reducing urban encroachment. We model the use of public–private partnerships to stimulate the creation of the ...
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