Climate Change Effects of Biomass and Bioenergy Systems

Selected National Studies

  • CO2 mitigation cost: bioenergy systems and natural gas systems with decarbonization.
    L. Gustavsson and P. Börjesson.
    Energy Policy, 1998, 26(9): 699-713.
  • Forest harvest and wood products: sources and sinks of atmospheric carbon dioxide.
    J. K. Winjum, S. Brown. and B. Schlamadinger
    Forest Science, 1998, 44(2).
  • Carbon balance calculations for forest industries – a review.
    J.B. Ford-Robertson.
    NZ Forestry, 1997, 42(1): 32-36.
  • Life cycle assessment of a biomass gasification combined-cycle power system.
    M.K. Mann and P.L. Spath.
    National Renewable Energy Laboratory, NREL/TP-430-23076, Golden, Colorado, December 1997.
  • Effects of forest management, harvesting and wood processing on ecosystem carbon dynamics: a boreal case study.
    D.T. Price, R.M. Mair, W.A. Kurz, and M.J. Apps.
    In: M. J. Apps and D.T. Price (eds), Forest ecosystems, forest management and the global carbon cycle
    Springer-Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg, 1996.
  • Greenhouse impact of the Finnish forest sector including forest products and waste management.
    K. Pingoud, I. Savolainen, and H. Seppälä
    Ambio, 1996, 25(5): 318-326.
  • New Zealand’s planted forests as carbon sinks.
    J.P. Maclaren.
    Commonwealth Forestry Review, 1996, 75(1): 100-103.
  • The role of forest and bioenergy strategies in the global carbon cycle.
    B. Schlamadinger and G. Marland.
    Biomass & Bioenergy, 1996, 10(5/6): 275-300.
  • Carbon balance on the forest sector in Finland during 1990-2039.
    T. Karjalainen, S. Kellomäki, and A. Pussinen.
    Climatic Change, 1995, 30: 451-478.
  • Greenhouse gases emission estimate for Croatia.
    V. Jelavic, et al.
    State Directorate for Environment, Zagreb, Croatia, 1995.