Spatial land use trade-offs for maintenance of biodiversity, biofuel, and agriculture

Citation:

Behrman KD, Juenger TE, Kiniry JR, Keitt TH. Spatial land use trade-offs for maintenance of biodiversity, biofuel, and agriculture. Landscape Ecology [Internet]. 2015;30 :1987–1999. Copy at http://www.tinyurl.com/zftcy3p

Abstract:

Expansion of bioenergy production is part of a global effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate climate change. Dedicated biomass crops will compete with other land uses as most high quality arable land is already used for agriculture, urban development, and biodiversity conservation.

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