Can removal of woody materials from forests for renewable bioenergy production be environmentally sustainable? A recent review in Energy, Sustainability and… Read more »
Brian Titus recently retired as a scientist after 34 years with the Canadian Forest Service in Newfoundland and then British Columbia. He studied nutrient cycling and decomposition processes related to sivicultural practices, including harvest residue removals. He began his PhD on the oldest bioenergy trial in Europe in 1980 and was involved in bioenergy-related research for much of his career.
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- Helping ensure that forest bioenergy is environmentally sustainable - 15th April 2021