The greenhouse gas intensity and potential biofuel production capacity of maize stover harvest in the US Midwest

@inproceedings{Jones2017TheGG,
  title={The greenhouse gas intensity and potential biofuel production capacity of maize stover harvest in the US Midwest},
  author={Simon D. Jones and Xuesong Zhang and Ashwan D Reddy and Paul T Robertson and ESAR IZAURRALDE},
  year={2017}
}
Agricultural residues are important sources of feedstock for a cellulosic biofuels industry that is being developed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve energy independence. While the US Midwest has been recognized as key to providing maize stover for meeting near-term cellulosic biofuel production goals, there is uncertainty that such feedstocks can produce biofuels that meet federal cellulosic standards. Here, we conducted extensive site-level calibration of the Environmental Policy… CONTINUE READING
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