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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.

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.

Bradshaw, H.D. Jr.; Ceulemans, R.; Davis, J.; Stettler, R. 2000. Emerging model systems in plant biology: poplar (Populus) as a model forest tree. Journal of Plant Growth Regulation. 19: 306-313.

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.

Casler, M.D.; Mitchell, R.; Richardson, J.; Zalesny, R.S. Jr. 2009. Biofuels, bioenergy, and bioproducts from sustainable agricultural and forest crops. BioEnergy Research. 2: 77-78.

Coleman, M.D.; Stanturf, J.A. 2006. Biomass feedstock production systems: economic and environmental benefits. Biomass and Bioenergy. 30: 693-695.

Cooke, J.E.K.; Rood, S.B. 2007. Trees of the people: the growing science of poplars in Canada and worldwide. Canadian Journal of Botany. 85: 1103-1110.

Cronk, Q.C.B. 2005. Plant eco-devo: the potential of poplar as a model organism. New Phytologist. 166: 39-48.

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.

Dickmann, D.I.; Gold, M.A.; Flore, J.A. 1994. The ideotype concept and the genetic improvement of tree crops. Plant Breeding Reviews. 12: 163-193.

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.

Ehrenshaft, A.R.; Wright, L.L. 1991. The short rotation woody crops program data base. Bioresource Technology. 36: 241-245.

Fisher, C.L.; Wiese, A.H. 2009.The crush and spray. Native Plants Journal. 10: 53-56.

Gordon, J.C. 2001. Poplars: trees of the people, trees of the future. The Forestry Chronicle. 77: 217-219.

Hall, J.P. 2002. Sustainable production of forest biomass for energy. The Forestry Chronicle. 78: 391-396.

Hall, R.B.; Hanna, R.D. 1995. Exchange, evaluation, and joint testing of genetic stock. Biomass and Bioenergy. 9: 81-87.

Heilman, P.E. 1999. Planted forests: poplars. New Forests. 17: 89-93.

Hibbs, D.; Withrow-Robinson, B.; Brown, D.; Fletcher, R. 2003. Hybrid poplar in the Willamette Valley. Western Journal of Applied Forestry. 18: 281-285.

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.

Johnson, J.M.F.; Coleman, M.D.; Gesch, R.; Jaradat, A.; Mitchell, R.; et al. 2007. Biomass-bioenergy crops in the United States: a changing paradigm. The Americas Journal of Plant Science and Biotechnology. 1: 1-28.

Joslin, J.D.; Schoenholtz, S.H. 1997. Measuring the environmental effects of converting cropland to short-rotation woody crops: a research approach. Biomass and Bioenergy. 13: 301-311.

Joss, B.N.; Hall, R.J.; Sidders, D.M.; Keddy, T.J. 2008. Fuzzy-logic modeling of land suitability for hybrid poplar across the Prairie Provinces of Canada. Growth and Productivity. 141: 79-96.

Kenney, W.A.; Sennerby-Forsse, L.; Layton, P. 1990. A review of biomass quality research relevant to the use of poplar and willow for energy conversion. Biomass. 21: 163-188.

Kline, K.L.; Coleman, M.D. 2010. Woody energy crops in the southeastern United States: two centuries of practitioner experience. Biomass and Bioenergy. 34: 1655-1666.

Landsberg, J.J.; Wright, L.L. 1989. Comparisons among Populus clones and intensive culture conditions, using an energy-conversion model. Forest Ecology and Management. 27: 129-147.

Lautenschlager, R.A. 2000. Can intensive silviculture contribute to sustainable forest management in northern ecosystems? The Forestry Chronicle. 76: 283-295.

Lemus, R.; Lal, R. 2005. Bioenergy crops and carbon sequestration. Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences. 24: 1-21.

Mahoney, J.M.; Rood, S.B. 1991. A device for studying the influence of declining water table on poplar growth and survival. Tree Physiology. 8: 305-314.

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