: The Nexus of Food, Waste and Energy

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A comparative analysis of the greenhouse gas emissions intensity of wheat and beef in the United States Sanders

K.T. Sanders, M.E. Webber

20140424 2014  
Analysis of Innovative Feedstock Sources and Production Technologies for Renewable Fuels Murphy

C.F. Murphy, M.J. O’Donnell, E. McDonald-Buller, S. Strank, M.H-P. Liu, M.E. Webber, D.T. Allen, and R.E. Hebner

20101101 2010
Waste not, want less Kirshenbaum

S.R. Kirshenbaum and M.E. Webber

20100814 2010
More Food, Less Energy Webber

M.E. Webber

20111228 2011
Trash to Treasure: Turning Nonrecycled Waste into Low-Carbon Fuel Breckel

A. Breckel, J.R. Fyffe, and M.E. Webber

20120801 2012  
Wasted Food, Wasted Energy: The Embedded Energy in Food Waste in the United States Cuellar

A.D. Cuellar and M.E. Webber

20100721 2010
An Integrated Analytical Framework for Quantifying the LCOE of Waste-to-Energy Facilities for a Range of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Policy and Technical Factors Townsend

A.K. Townsend and M.E. Webber

20120209 2012
Garbage Could Be Sustainable Energy Source Webber

M.E. Webber

20120912 2012
Comprehensive Evaluation of Algal Biofuel Production: Experimental and Target Results Beal

C.M. Beal, R.E. Hebner, M.E. Webber, R.S. Ruoff, F. Seibert, and C.W. King

20120620 2012
Energy Return on Investment for Algal Biofuel Production Coupled with Wastewater Treatment Beal

C.M. Beal, A.S. Stillwell, C.W. King, S.M. Cohen, H. Berberoglu, R.P. Bhattarai, R. Connelly, M.E. Webber, R.E. Hebner

20120901 2012
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