Bioenergy as a biodiversity management tool and the potential of a mixed species feedstock for bioenergy production in Wales.

Abstract

A cutting management regime maintains high levels of biodiversity in semi-natural habitats across Europe. We utilise three years of annual yield data from Welsh semi-natural areas to calculate the mean feedstock production from cutting management to be 1.05×10(6) t DM annum(-1). Using formulae based upon Fischer Tropsch (FT) fuel process models, we predict… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.biortech.2012.11.001

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