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One dry ton of woody biomass is treated to accelerate fermentation to make approximately 45.6 gallons of biofuel for airplanes.
Data including pH, temperature, geographical coordinates, and biomass — the number of fish counted, weighed and measured — all figure into a stream’s classification.
In the first half of this year, the country generated 35 percent of all its power from renewable sources such as wind, solar, hydroelectric and biomass.
The fire began with a lightning strike to a tree in the Whitewater Creek area that had been smoldering since June, said Marcus Kauffman, a biomass resource specialist at the Oregon Department of Forestry.
In 2010, Kurt Christensen started the Agrienergy Producers Association, a co-op of 25 eastern Oregon farmers who grow varieties of sorghum that grow taller than corn and produce high yields, ideal for biomass.
Wood products naturally store carbon Healthy, growing trees remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, store carbon in tree biomass and release oxygen back into the air.
The tissue is then grown in vitro for a year, and afterwards grown in a soilless mineral solution to gain more biomass.
Ice, ice baby Closer to home, the Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation (GEDI), scheduled to launch in 2019, will use laser technology to create 3D maps of Earth's forests and calculate their biomass, Ramos-Izquierdo said.
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