© 2014 John Wiley & Sons Ltd
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
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About the Journal
GCB Bioenergy exists to promote understanding of the interface between biological sciences and the production of fuels directly from plants, algae and waste.
The journal focuses on topics in the context of biological implications:
- Bioenergy feedstock and bio-oil production from energy crops, algae ,biological residues and co-products
- Feedstock management, genomics, genetic improvements, production modeling, composition, pests, diseases and weeds
- Sustainability, and biodiversity issues.
- Socioeconomics of crops, crops systems and their processing
- Policy and legislative developments affecting biofuels and bioenergy
- Systems Analysis of feedstock production, microbial deconstruction and fuel synthesis
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• Centralised and reduced administration
• Significant decrease in peer review times
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In GCB-Bioenergy's December Issue Round Up Podcast, we explore three featured articles. The first article looks at charcoal and the trade-offs between its different benefits as a soil amendment tool. In our second article, we look at the biofuel potential of sweet corn's residue. Our third paper also delves into crop residue, but with this one, the authors tackle data to support future bioenergy policy in northern China. Access the podcast here.
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