Sustainable use of Miscanthus for biofuel

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Sustainable use of Miscanthus for biofuel. / Robson, Paul; Hastings, Astley; Clifton-Brown, John; McCalmont, Jon.

Achieving Carbon Negative Bioenergy Systems from Plant Materials. ed. / Chris Saffron. Cambridge, UK : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, 2020. (Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science).

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Robson, P, Hastings, A, Clifton-Brown, J & McCalmont, J 2020, Sustainable use of Miscanthus for biofuel. in C Saffron (ed.), Achieving Carbon Negative Bioenergy Systems from Plant Materials. Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science, Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Cambridge, UK.

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Robson, P., Hastings, A., Clifton-Brown, J., & McCalmont, J. (2020). Sustainable use of Miscanthus for biofuel. In C. Saffron (Ed.), Achieving Carbon Negative Bioenergy Systems from Plant Materials (Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science). Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing.

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Robson P, Hastings A, Clifton-Brown J, McCalmont J. Sustainable use of Miscanthus for biofuel. In Saffron C, editor, Achieving Carbon Negative Bioenergy Systems from Plant Materials. Cambridge, UK: Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing. 2020. (Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science).

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Robson, Paul ; Hastings, Astley ; Clifton-Brown, John ; McCalmont, Jon. / Sustainable use of Miscanthus for biofuel. Achieving Carbon Negative Bioenergy Systems from Plant Materials. editor / Chris Saffron. Cambridge, UK : Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, 2020. (Burleigh Dodds Series in Agricultural Science).

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