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Miscanthus Biomass Production For Energy In Europe And Its Potential Contribution To Decreasing Fossil Fuel Carbon Emissions

J. Clifton-Brown, P. Stampfl, M. Jones
Published 2004 · Biology

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John C. Clifton-Brown, Paul F. Stampfl, Michael B. Jones (2004). Miscanthus biomass production for energy in Europe and its potential contribution to decreasing fossil fuel carbon emissions. Global Change Biology, 10 (4)509-518 RAE2008
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