Modeling Timber Supply, Fuel-Wood, and Atmospheric Carbon Mitigation
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- Lyon, Kenneth S., 2004. "Modeling Timber Supply, Fuel-Wood, And Atmospheric Carbon Mitigation," Economics Research Institute, ERI Series 28339, Utah State University, Economics Department.
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- NEP-ENE-2006-11-04 (Energy Economics)
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