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This page links and lists peer-reviewed scientific papers dealing with bioenergy technology, agriculture, environmental impact and other areas. Papers that examine other issues from a social science, political or economic perspective are in Reports. Papers whose primary purpose is to advocate a specific policy or approach are in the position papers section.

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Scientific Papers

Algae

Biobutanol

Biodiversity

Bioelectricity

  • Cyanobacteria generate electricity under sunlight by John Pisciota, Youngjin Zou and Ilia Baskakov, University of Maryland, Baltimore.
    • From the abstract: "The electrogenic pathway of cyanobacteria might be exploited to develop light-sensitive devices or future technologies that convert solar energy into limited amounts of electricity in a self-sustainable, CO2-free manner."[1]

Biogas

Biomass

Biomass Co-firing

Cellulosic ethanol

Carbon sequestration

Life-cycle analysis

Ethanol and Biodiesel

Ethanol

Net-energy
Green-house gas emissions

Feedstocks

Cellulosic feedstocks

Ethanol feedstocks

Gasification

  • Sustainable fuel for the transportation sector by Rakesh Agrawal, Navneet R. Singh, Fabio H. Ribeiro, and W. Nicholas Delgass; School of Chemical Engineering and Energy Center at Discovery Park, Purdue University, PNAS published online Mar 14, 2007.

Halophytes

Socioeconomic impacts

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