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Adler, P.R.; del Grosso, S.J.; Parton, W.J. 2007. Life-cycle assessment of net greenhouse-gas flux for bioenergy cropping systems. Ecological Applications. 17: 675-691.
Alig, R.J.; Adams, D.M.; McCarl, B.A.; Ince, P.J. 2000. Economic potential of short-rotation woody crops on agricultural land for pulp fiber production in the United States. Forest Products Journal. 50: 67-74.
Amacher, G.; Sullivan, J.; Shabman, L.; Zepp, L.; Grebner, D. 1998. Reforestation of flooded farmland. Journal of Forestry. 5: 10-17.
Anderson, J.A; Luckert, M.K. 2007. Can hybrid poplar save industrial forestry in Canada? A financial analysis in Alberta and policy consideration. The Forestry Chronicle. 83: 92-104.
Balatinecz, J.J.; Kretschmann, D.E.; Leclercq, A. 2001. Achievements in the utilization of poplar wood - guideposts for the future. The Forestry Chronicle. 77: 265-269.
Cantor, R.A.; Rizy, C.G. 1991. Biomass energy: exploring the risks of commercialization in the United States of America. Bioresource Technology. 35: 1-13.
Coleman, M.D.; Stanturf, J.A. 2006. Biomass feedstock production systems: economic and environmental benefits. Biomass and Bioenergy. 30: 693-695.
Coyle, D.R.; Hart, E.R.; McMillin, J.D.; Rule, L.C.; Hall, R.B. 2008. Effects of repeated cottonwood leaf beetle defoliation on Populus growth and economic value over an 8-year harvest rotation. Forest Ecology and Management. 225: 3365-3373.
De La Torre Ugarte, D.G.; Ray, D.E. 2000. Biomass and bioenergy applications of the POLYSYS modeling framework. Biomass and Bioenergy. 18: 291-308.
Dominy, S.W.J.; Gilsenan, R.; McKenney, D.W.; Allen, D.J.; Hatton, T.; et.al. 2010. A retrospective and lessons learned from Natural Resources Canada’s Forest 2020 afforestation initiative. The Forestry Chronicle. 86: 339-347.
Fang, Y.; Pedigo, L.P.; Colletti, J.P.; Hart, E.R. 2002. Economic injury level for second-generation cottonwood leaf beetle (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in two-year-old Populus. Journal of Economic Entomology. 95: 313-316.
Gallagher, T.; Shaffer, B.; Rummer, B. 2006. An economic analysis of hardwood fiber production on dryland irrigated sites in the US Southeast. Biomass and Bioenergy. 30: 794-802.
Husain, S.A.; Rose, D.W.; Archibald, S.O. 1998. Identifying agricultural sites for biomass energy production in Minnesota. Biomass and Bioenergy. 15: 423-435.
Langholtz, M.; Carter, D.R.; Rockwood, D.L.; Alavalapati, J.R.R. 2007. The economic feasibility of reclaiming phosphate mined lands with short-rotation woody crops in Florida. Journal of Forest Economics. 12: 237-249.
Lazarus, W.F.; Tiffany, D.G.; Zalesny, R.S. Jr.; Riemenschneider, D.E. 2011. Economic impacts of short-rotation woody crops for energy or oriented strand board: a Minnesota case study. Journal of Forestry. 109: 149-156.
McKenney, D.W.; Yemshanov, D.; Fox, G.; Ramlal, E. 2004. Cost estimates for carbon sequestration from fast growing poplar plantations in Canada. Forest Policy and Economics. 6: 345-358.
McKenney, D.W.; Yemshanov, D.; Fox, G.; Ramlal, E. 2006. Using bioeconomic models to assess research priorities: a case study on afforestation as a carbon sequestration tool. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. 36: 886-890.
Morley, P.M.; Balatinecz, J.J. 1993. Poplar utilization in Canada: past, present and future. The Forestry Chronicle. 69: 46-52.
Neumann, P.D.; Krahn, H.J.; Krogman, N.T.; Thomas, B.R. 2007. 'My grandfather would roll over in his grave': family farming and tree plantations on farmland. Rural Sociology. 72: 111-135.
Neumann, P.D.; Krogman, N.T.; Thomas, B.R. 2007. Public perceptions of hybrid poplar plantations: trees as an alternative crop. International Journal of Biotechnology. 9: 468-483.
Ondro, W.J. 1991. Present trends and future prospects for poplar utilization in Alberta. The Forestry Chronicle. 67: 271-274.
Park, A.; Wilson, E.R. 2007. Beautiful plantations: can intensive silviculture help Canada to fulfill ecological and timber production objectives? The Forestry Chronicle 83: 825-839.
Perlack, R.D.; Walsh, M.E.; Wright, L.L.; Ostlie, L.D. 1996. The economic potential of whole-tree feedstock production. Bioresource Technology. 55: 223-229.
Perlack, R.D.; Wright, L.L. 1995. Technical and economic status of wood energy feedstock production. Energy. 20: 279-284.
Ramlal, E.; Yemshanov, D.; Fox, G.; McKenney, D. 2009. A bioeconomic model of afforestation in Southern Ontario: integration of fiber, carbon and municipal biosolids values. Journal of Environmental Management. 90: 1833-1843.
Spinelli, R.; Hartsough, B.R. 2006. Harvesting SRF poplar for pulpwood: experience in the Pacific Northwest. Biomass and Bioenergy. 30: 439-445.
Spinelli, R.; Hartsough, B.R.; Moore, P.W. 2008. Recovering sawlogs from pulpwood-size plantation cottonwood. Forest Products Journal. 58: 80-84.
Stanton, B.; Eaton, J.; Johnson, J.; Rice, D.; Schuette, B.; et al. 2002. Hybrid poplars in the Pacific Northwest: the effects of market-driven management. Journal of Forestry. 100: 28-33.
Strauss, C.H.; Grado, S.C.; Blankenhorn, P.R.; Bowersox, T.W. 1990. Financial selection of rotation age for SRIC plantations. Biomass. 23: 55-69.
Strauss, C.H.; Wright, L.L. 1990. Woody biomass production costs in the United States: an economic summary of commercial Populus plantation systems. Solar Energy. 45: 105-110.
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