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Chapter 38

Integrated Agroecological Technology Networks for Food, Bioenergy, and Biomaterial Production

Samuel Gorton1, Jason McCune-Sanders2,  and Anju Dahiya3,4     1Gund Institute for Ecological Economics, Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources, University of Vermont, USA     2Department of Engineering, University of Vermont, USA     3University of Vermont, USA     4GSR Solutions LLC, USA

Abstract

This chapter introduces application of ecological technologies to agriculture and natural resources management, agriculture, and bioenergy. The role of industrial ecology in combined food-energy agroecosystems (CFEA) design and evaluation, measuring CFEA performance in a competitive world, participatory action research for CFEA primary ...

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