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Permalink Crop Residues for Advanced Biofuels- Exploring Soil Carbon Effects

August 15-17, 2017
Sacramento, California

This three-day workshop will provide an opportunity to address critical research and policy issues associated with determining the carbon intensity of advanced biofuels from crop residues. This workshop is designed to improve our mutual understanding of soil carbon results from crop residue removal, soil carbon modeling efforts related to residue removal, and current status of life-cycle assessment modeling to determine the carbon intensity of advanced biofuels from crop residues.

In: Western SARE Region

 

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