Publication: Estimating biofuel feedstock water footprints using system dynamics
Work by Lexidyne team members has recently been published in The Journal of Soil and Water Conservation.
Lexidyne principal Corey Peck and team member Dana Stright were co-authors of the recently published "Estimating biofuel feedstock water footprints using system dynamics". Building on their work modeling the biofuel industry using System Dynamics at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the article describes insights from the "BioSpatial H20" system dynamics model into the evaluation of water footprints of multiple biomass feedstocks at high geospatial resolutions.
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2018 System Dynamics Applications AwardSteve Peterson and a Lexidyne client team from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) were recently awarded the 2018 System Dynamics Applications Award.
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