GCB Bioenergy

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Edited By: Steve Long

Impact Factor: 4.248

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 2/79 (Agronomy); 12/83 (Energy & Fuels)

Online ISSN: 1757-1707

Associated Title(s): Global Change Biology

Most Accessed

Top downloaded papers (January - December) 2013

The incentive gap: LULUCF and the Kyoto mechanism before and after Durban
David Ellison, Hans Petersson, Mattias Lundblad, Per-Erik Wikberg

Biochar and its effects on plant productivity and nutrient cycling: a meta-analysis
Lori A. Biederman, W. Stanley Harpole

Food vs. fuel: the use of land for lignocellulosic ‘next generation’ energy crops that minimize competition with primary food production
John Valentine, John Clifton-Brown, Astley Hastings, Paul Robson, Gordon Allison, Pete Smith

A model-based quantitative assessment of the carbon benefits of introducing iLUC factors in the European Renewable Energy Directive
Chris Malins

Life-cycle assessment of local feedstock supply scenarios to compare candidate biomass sources
Caroline Godard, Joachim Boissy, Benoît Gabrielle

Response: complexities of sustainable forest use
Helmut Haberl, Ernst-Detlef Schulze, Christian Körner, Beverly E. Law, Bjart Holtsmark, Sebastiaan Luyssaert

Can biochar reduce soil greenhouse gas emissions from a Miscanthus bioenergy crop?
Sean D. C. Case, Niall P. McNamara, David S. Reay, Jeanette Whitaker

Damaged forests provide an opportunity to mitigate climate change
Patrick Lamers, Martin Junginger, Caren C. Dymond, André Faaij

Biochar in bioenergy cropping systems: impacts on soil faunal communities and linked ecosystem processes
Sarah A. McCormack, Nick Ostle, Richard D. Bardgett, David W. Hopkins, Adam J. Vanbergen

A comment on ‘Biochar and its effects on plant productivity and nutrient cycling: a meta-analysis': on the importance of accurate reporting in supporting a fast-moving research field with policy implications
Simon Jeffery, Frank G.A. Verheijen, Ana Catarina Bastos, Marijn Van Der Velde

Development and evaluation of ForestGrowth-SRC a process-based model for short rotation coppice yield and spatial supply reveals poplar uses water more efficiently than willow
Matthew J. Tallis, Eric Casella, Paul A. Henshall, Matthew J. Aylott, Timothy J. Randle, James I. L. Morison, Gail Taylor

CO2 emissions from biomass combustion for bioenergy: atmospheric decay and contribution to global warming
Francesco Cherubini, Glen P. Peters, Terje Berntsen, Anders H. Strømman, Edgar Hertwich

Land use change from C3 grassland to C4 Miscanthus: effects on soil carbon content and estimated mitigation benefit after six years
Alessandro Zatta, John Clifton-Brown, Paul Robson, Astley Hastings, Andrea Monti

Global biomass potentials under sustainability restrictions defined by the European Renewable Energy Directive 2009/28/EC
Vivian Schueler, Ulf Weddige, Tim Beringer, Liliana Gamba, Patrick Lamers

Contrasting geographic patterns of genetic variation for molecular markers vs. phenotypic traits in the energy grass Miscanthus sinensis
Gancho Slavov, Paul Robson, Elaine Jensen, Edward Hodgson, Kerrie Farrar, Gordon Allison, Sarah Hawkins, Sian Thomas-Jones, Xue-Feng Ma, Lin Huang, Timothy Swaller, Richard Flavell, John Clifton-Brown, Iain Donnison