UNDERSTANDING GREENHOUSE GAS BALANCES OF BIOENERGY SYSTEMS

@inproceedings{Adams2013UNDERSTANDINGGG,
  title={UNDERSTANDING GREENHOUSE GAS BALANCES OF BIOENERGY SYSTEMS},
  author={Paul Adams and Alice Bows and Paul Gilbert and Jim Hammond and David C. Howard and Rachel Lee and Niall Mcnamara and Patricia Thornley and Carly Whittaker and Jeanette Whitaker},
  year={2013}
}
In January 2013, the SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub held an expert workshop to consider the greenhouse gas balances of bioenergy systems. As a result of the workshop, this report has been produced drawing together the workshop findings, and considering key issues. 

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