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IEA Bioenergy Task 31: Proceedings of 2001 task workshop in The Netherlands
Renewable energy in The Netherlands: policy and instruments
Flagstaff's wildfire fuels treatments: prescriptions for community involvement and a source of bioenergy
Farnsworth, A.; Summerfelt, P.; Neary, D.G.; Smith, T.
Biomass fuel use by the rural households in Chittagong region, Bangladesh
Miah, D.; Ahmed, R.; Belal Uddin, M.
Negative emissions from BioEnergy use, carbon capture and sequestration (BECS)-the case of biomass production by sustainable forest management from semi-natural temperate forests
Kraxner, F.; Nilsson, S.; Obersteiner, M.
To sink or burn? A discussion of the potential contributions of forests to greenhouse gas balances through storing carbon or providing biofuels
Spatial distribution of whole-tree carbon stocks and fluxes across the forests of Europe: where are the options for bio-energy?
Nabuurs, G.J.; Schelhaas, M.J.
Selected emissions and efficiencies of energy systems based on logging and sawmill residues
Malkki, H.; Virtanen, Y.
Mapping variable-width streamside management zones for water quality protection
Williams, T.M.; Lipscomb, D.J.; English, W.R.; Nickel, C.
Enhancing the soil organic matter pool through biomass incorporation
Sanchez, F.G.; Carter, E.A.; Klepac, J.F.
Biomass growth and element uptake by young trembling aspen in relation to site treatments in Northern Ontario, Canada
Mixed stands in Nordic countries-a challenge for the future
Potential costs of four short-rotation silvicultural regimes used for the production of energy
Harvesting technology and market forces affecting the production of forest fuels from Swedish forestry
Systems analyses for harvesting small trees for forest fuel in urban forestry
Bjorheden, R.; Gullberg, T.; Johansson, J.
Three level procurement of forest residues for power plant
van Belle J.-F.; Temmerman, M.; Schenkel, Y.
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