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Dynamic analysis of biomass resources with a global land use and energy model

, : Dynamic analysis of biomass resources with a global land use and energy model. International Journal of Global Energy Issues 11(1/4): 91-103

The study evaluates global bioenergy potential in consideration of land use competition using a global land use and energy model (GLUE) formulated with a system dynamics technique (SD) and a biomass balance table (BBT) that can show overall biomass flow and bioenergy potential quantitatively.

Accession: 003100554

DOI: 10.1504/ijgei.1998.000821

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