Valuing the ecosystem services of low-input, high-diversity prairie as a biofuel feedstock in southern Minnesota
Environmental Studies (ENTS)
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Group or Individual
Bachelor of Arts
Date of Submission
Wed, 06 Jun 2012 19:50:07 GMT
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Hernandez, Daniel; Nega, Tsegaye
Distinction on comps
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biofuels, ecosystem services, economics, ecology, LIHD prairie, renewable energy, InVEST, Minnesota, GIS, cellulosic, ethanol
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