Biomass Energy – Forests and Crops
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Schulze, E.D., C. Korner, B.E. Law, H. Haberl, S. Luyssaert. 2012. Large-scale bioenergy from additional harvest of forest biomass is neither sustainable nor greenhouse gas neutral. GCB Bioenergy.
Holtsmark, Bjart. 2012. The outcome is in the assumptions: analyzing the effects on atmospheric CO2 levels of increased use of bioenergy from forest biomass. GCB Bioenergy.
Katers, J. F., A.J. Snippen, M.E. Puettmann. 2012. Life-Cycle Inventory of Wood Pellet Manufacturing and Utilization in Wisconsin. Forest Products Journal. 62:4 289-295.
Endres. J.M. 2012. Barking up the wrong tree? Forest sustainability in the wake of emerging bioenergy policies. Vermont Law Review (Winter 2012).
Mittlefehldt, S., C. Tedford. 2014. Benefit or Burden? Environmental Justice and Community-Scale Biomass Energy Systems in Vermont. Environmental Justice. 7:110-114.
Springsteen, B., T. Christofk, S. Eubanks, T. Mason, C. Clavin, B. Storey. 2011. Emission Reductions from Woody Biomass Waste for Energy as an Alternative to Open Burning. Air and Waste Management Association. 61:63-68.
Kunycky, B.N., K. Shrader-Frechette. 2013. Lessons on drought and pollution from the forgotten three billion: An Indiana case study on using biomass crops for generating electricity. Global Health Perspectives. Vol. 1 1:55-62.
Fargione, J. 2008. Land clearing and the biofuel carbon debt. Science, 319:1235-1238
Schramski, J.R., D.K. Gattie, J.H. Brown. 2015. Human domination of the biosphere: Rapid discharge of the earth-space battery foretells the future of humankind. PNAS Early Edition.
Zacune, J. J. Cabello, T. Gilbertson. 2012. Nothing Nuetral Here: Large-scale biomass subsidies in the UK and the role of the EU ETS. Carbon Trade Watch.
Voorhar, R., L. Myllyvirta, B. Blomme, S. Erwood, X. Liu, N. Schulz, S. Tunmore, J. Turner. 2013. Point of No Return: The massive climate threats we must avoid. Greenpeace International.