Browse Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering by Subject "Second-Generation Bioenergy Crops"
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Response of farmers' decisions and stream water quality to price incentives for nitrogen reduction, carbon abatement, and miscanthus cultivation: predictions based on agent-based modeling coupled with water quality modeling (2010-08-31)The present study develops an agent-based model of farmers' decisions under the influence of nitrogen, carbon and second-generation bioenergy crop prices. This study also estimates the effects in turn of these decisions ...