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Grasses Superior to corn for Ethanol Production

Miscanthus, Switchgrass Show Promise as Corn Replacements

Biofuel grasses should replace corn as a method of producing ethanol

Better Way to Calculate Greenhouse Gas Value of Ecosystems

Replacing Corn With Perennial Grasses Improves Carbon Footprint Of Biofuels


Davis SC, Parton WJ, Del Grosso SJ, Keough C, Marx E, Adler PR, and DeLucia EH (2011)
Impact of second-generation biofuel agriculture on greenhouse-gas emissions in the corn-growing regions of the US. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (doi:10.1890/110003)

Anderson-Teixeira K, Snyder P, and DeLucia E (2011) Do Biofuels life cycle analyses accurately quantify the climate impacts of biofuels-related land use change? March 2011 issue of Law Review

Anderson-Teixeira K and DeLucia EH (2011) The greenhouse gas value of ecosystems. Global Change Biology, Volume 17: 425-438

Davis SC, Parton WJ, Dohleman FG, Smith CM, Del Grosso S, Kent AD, DeLucia EH(2010) Comparative Biogeochemical Cycles of Bioenergy Crops Reveal Nitrogen-Fixation and Low Greenhouse Gas Emissions in a Miscanthus X giganteus Agro-Ecosystem. Ecosystems, Volume 13: 144-156

Anderson-Teixeira KJ, Davis SC, Masters MD, DeLucia EH(2009) Changes in soil organic carbon under biofuel crops. GCB Bioenergy, Volume 1:75-96 doi: 10.1111/j.1757-

Davis S, Anderson-Teixeira KJ, and DeLucia EH(2008) LIfe-Cycle analysis and the ecology of biofuels. Trends in Plant Science, Volume 14, No. 3:140-146

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