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- Miner, Reid A.; Abt, Robert C.; Bowyer, Jim L.; Buford, Marilyn A.; Malmsheimer, Robert W.; O'Lauhglin, Jay; Oneil, Elaine E.; Sedjo, Roger A.; Skog, Kenneth E.
- Journal of forestry 2014 v.112 no.6 pp. 591
- bioenergy; carbon; carbon cycle; carbon dioxide; energy policy; forest growth; forests; fossil fuels; greenhouse gas emissions; greenhouse gases; logging; temperature; wood; United States
- ... Four research-based insights are essential to understanding forest bioenergy and "carbon debts." (1) As long as wood-producing land remains in forest, long-lived wood products and forest bioenergy reduce fossil fuel use and long-term carbon emission impacts. (2) Increased demand for wood can trigger investments that increase forest area and forest productivity and reduce carbon impacts associated ...