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Mapping Global Environmental Suitability for Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench 期刊论文
ENERGIES, 2019, 卷号: 12, 期号: 10, 页码: 11
Authors:  Jiang, Dong;  Ma, Tian;  Ding, Fangyu;  Fu, Jingying;  Hao, Mengmeng;  Wang, Qian;  Chen, Shuai
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sweet sorghum  marginal lands  machine learning model  high predictive performance  AUC  
Estimating the potential of energy saving and carbon emission mitigation of cassava-based fuel ethanol using life cycle assessment coupled with a biogeochemical process model 期刊论文
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOMETEOROLOGY, 2019, 卷号: 63, 期号: 5, 页码: 701-710
Authors:  Jiang, Dong;  Hao, Mengmeng;  Fu, Jingying;  Tian, Guangjin;  Ding, Fangyu
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Energy saving  Carbon emission mitigation  Cassava-based fuel ethanol  Life cycle assessment  Biogeochemical process model  Marginal land  
Potential marginal land resources of cassava worldwide: A data-driven analysis 期刊论文
RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS, 2019, 卷号: 104, 页码: 167-173
Authors:  Jiang, Dong;  Wang, Qian;  Ding, Fangyu;  Fu, Jingying;  Hao, Mengmeng
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Potential marginal lands  Cassava  BRT  Relative contribution  Baseline  
Sustainable Development of Sweet Sorghum-Based Fuel Ethanol from the Perspective of Water Resources in China 期刊论文
SUSTAINABILITY, 2018, 卷号: 10, 期号: 10, 页码: 15
Authors:  Hao, Mengmeng;  Fu, Jingying;  Jiang, Dong;  Yan, Xiaoxi;  Chen, Shuai;  Ding, Fangyu
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sweet sorghum-based fuel ethanol  DSSAT model  water resources  provincial-pixel scale  sustainable development  
Assessment of Sweet Sorghum-Based Ethanol Potential in China within the Water-Energy-Food Nexus Framework 期刊论文
SUSTAINABILITY, 2018, 卷号: 10, 期号: 4, 页码: 17
Authors:  Yan, Xiaoxi;  Jiang, Dong;  Fu, Jingying;  Hao, Mengmeng
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WEF nexus  the DSSAT model  life cycle assessment  water consumption  net energy gain potential  GHG emission reduction  fuel ethanol  
Biomass and biofuels in China: Toward bioenergy resource potentials and their impacts on the environment 期刊论文
RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS, 2018, 卷号: 82, 页码: 2387-2400
Authors:  Qin, Zhangcai;  Zhuang, Qianlai;  Cai, Ximing;  He, Yujie;  Huang, Yao;  Jiang, Dong;  Lin, Erda;  Liu, Yaling;  Tang, Ya;  Wang, Michael Q.
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Air quality  Biodiversity  Greenhouse gas emissions  Land use change  Marginal land  Water  
Could biofuel development stress China's water resources? 期刊论文
GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY BIOENERGY, 2017, 卷号: 9, 期号: 9, 页码: 1447-1460
Authors:  Hao, Mengmeng;  Jiang, Dong;  Wang, Jianhua;  Fu, Jingying;  Huang, Yaohuan
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biophysical biogeochemical model  cassava-based fuel ethanol  marginal land  sweet sorghum-based fuel ethanol  water requirement  water stress  
Sustainability evaluation of end-of-life vehicle recycling based on emergy analysis: a case study of an end-of-life vehicle recycling enterprise in China SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Pan Y. X.;  Li, H. T.
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Sustainability  Emergy analysis  End-of-life vehicles  China  waste treatment  cycle assessment  system  transformity  methodology  account  economy  impacts  reuse  
A research on application of water treatment technology for reclaimed water irrigation SCI/SSCI论文
2016
Authors:  Xu M.;  Bai, X.;  Pei, L.;  Pan, H. L.
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Reclaimed water irrigation  Water quality standards  Water treatment  technology  Membrane bio-reactor  Management requirement  waste-water  bioreactor  management  nutrients  scarcity  removal  markers  grain  soil  
基于能量流动视角的中国水泥生产过程能效研究 学位论文
博士, 北京: 中国科学院研究生院, 2015
Authors:  陈枫楠
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