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Bioenergy and Biological Invasions

Bioenergy and Biological Invasions

Ecological, Agronomic and Policy Perspectives on Minimizing Risk
CABI Invasives Series

Edited by L D Quinn, University of Illinois, USA, D Matlaga, Susquehanna University, USA, J N Barney, Virginia Tech, USA

February 2015 / Hardback / 176 Pages / 9781780643304 £75.00 / €100.00 / $145.00
With 10% online discount: £67.50 / €90.00 / $130.50
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Main Description

Despite major international investment in biofuels, the invasive risks associated with these crops are still unknown. A cohesive state-of-the-art review of the invasive potential of bioenergy crops, this book covers the identified risks of invasion, distributions of key crops and policy and management issues. Including a section on developing predictive models, this book also assesses the potential societal impact of bioenergy crops and how to mitigate invasive risks.

  • 1: The Bioenergy Landscape: Sustainable Resources or the Next Great Invasion?
  • 2: What Would Invasive Feedstock Populations Look Like? Perspectives from Existing Invasions
  • 3: Potential Risks of Algae Bioenergy Feedstocks
  • 4: Gene Flow and Invasiveness in Bioenergy Systems
  • 5: Using Weed Risk Assessments to Separate the Crops from the Weeds
  • 6: Bioenergy and Novel Plants: The Regulatory Structure
  • 7: "Seeded-yet-Sterile" Perennial Grasses: Towards Sustainable and Non-invasive Biofuel Feedstocks
  • 8: Eradication and Control of Bioenergy Feedstocks: What Do We Really Know?
  • 9: Good Intentions vs Good Ideas: Evaluating Bioenergy Projects that Utilize Invasive Plant Feedstocks

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