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Logan, UT

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https://forestry.usu.edu/htm/video/conferences/rtw-2011/abstracts/

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Abstract

Presentation will cover the history of woody biomass in the Rocky Mountain West (including Alaska), spanning a period of time from the late 60’s to 2011 and beyond. Two primary sources of woody biomass covered in this presentation will be “mill residue” (sawdust, shavings, and bark) and “in-woods” (generated from commercial logging operations and forest restoration activities).

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Oct 18th, 12:00 AM

The History of Biomass Utilization in the West: From Tee Pee Burners to Woody Biomass Derived Aviation Fuel

Logan, UT

Presentation will cover the history of woody biomass in the Rocky Mountain West (including Alaska), spanning a period of time from the late 60’s to 2011 and beyond. Two primary sources of woody biomass covered in this presentation will be “mill residue” (sawdust, shavings, and bark) and “in-woods” (generated from commercial logging operations and forest restoration activities).

http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/rtw/2011/Plenary/2