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Yang, Minliang, Nawa Raj Baral, Aikaterini Anastasopoulou, Hanna Breunig, and Corinne Scown. "Cost and Life-Cycle Greenhouse Gas Implications of Integrating Biogas and Upgrading Carbon Capture Technologies in Cellulosic Biorefineries." Environmental Science & Technology 54.20 (2020) 12810 - 12819.
McManus, Marcell C, Caroline M Taylor, Alison Mohr, Carly Whittaker, Corinne Scown, Aiduan Li Borrion, Neryssa J Glithero, and Yao Yin. "Challenge clusters facing LCA in environmental decision-making—what we can learn from biofuels." The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment (2015) 1399-1414. LBNL-1003872.
Breunig, Hanna, Ling Jin, Alastair Robinson, and Corinne Scown. "Bioenergy Potential from Food Waste in California." Environmental Science & Technology (2017). LBNL-1007105.
Baral, Nawa, Eric R Sundstrom, Lalitendu Das, John M Gladden, Aymerick Eudes, Jenny C Mortimer, Steven W Singer, Aindrila Mukhopadhyay, and Corinne Scown. "Approaches for More Efficient Biological Conversion of Lignocellulosic Feedstocks to Biofuels and Bioproducts." ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 7.10 (2019) 9062 - 9079.
Scown, Corinne, Michael Taptich, Arpad Horvath, Thomas E McKone, and William W Nazaroff. "Achieving Deep Cuts in the Carbon Intensity of U.S. Automobile Transportation by 2050: Complementary Roles for Electricity and Biofuels." Environmental Science & Technology 47.16 (2013) 9044 - 9052.
Yang, Minliang, Nawa Baral, Blake A Simmons, Jenny C Mortimer, Patrick M Shih, and Corinne Scown. "Accumulation of high-value bioproducts in planta can improve the economics of advanced biofuels." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117.15 (2020) 8639 - 8648.
Satchwell, Andrew, Corinne Scown, Sarah Josephine Smith, Jahon Amirebrahimi, Ling Jin, Thomas W Kirchstetter, Nancy J Brown, and Chelsea V Preble. "Accelerating the Deployment of Anaerobic Digestion to Meet Zero Waste Goals." Environmental Science & Technology 52.23 (2018) 13663–13669.

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