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  • Patzek, Tad W. "The Earth, Energy, and Agriculture." Climate Change and the Future of the American West—Exploring the Legal and Policy Dimensions, Boulder, Colorado (2006): 7-9.
Keywords:
Power, exogenous, endogenous, consumption, planet, plant, productivity, net
  • Silin D. B., Patzek, T. W. and Benson, S. M., Paper SPE 103145: “Exact Solutions in a Model of Vertical Gas Migration,” 2006 SPE Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition held in San Antonio, Texas, U.S.A., 24-27 September 2006.
Keywords:
Layered, rock, carbon dioxide, sequestration, geologic, gravity, capillarity, viscosity
  • Patzek, T. W., “Corn Ethanol: Laundering Fossil Fuels, Bilking Taxpayers, Damaging the Environment,” Cover Story, Energy Tribune, pp. 11 -13, April 2006.
Keywords:
corn ethanol
  • Pimentel, D. and Patzek, T. W., “Green Plants, Fossil Fuels, and Now Biofuels,” Bioscience, 56(11) 875, 2006
Keywords:
xxx
  • Patzek, T. W., “A Statistical Analysis of the Theoretical Yield of Ethanol from Corn Starch,” Natural Resource Research, 15(3), 205-212, 2006
Keywords:
Starch, extractable, total, statistics, Monte Carlo, distribution
  • Patzek, T. W., “The Real Biofuel Cycles,” Online Supporting Material to Science 312, 1747, June 26, 2006
Keywords:
Energy, balance, thermodynamic, efficiency, First Law, corn, switchgrass, biorefinery, GHG, emissions
  • Patzek, T. W., “The Real Biofuel Cycles,” Letter to Science, Science 312, 1747, June 26, 2006
Keywords:
Net, energy, analysis, balance, thermodynamic, efficiency, GHG, emissions
  • Silin, D. B., Korneev, V. A., Goloshubin, G. M., and Patzek, T. W., “A Low-Frequency Asymptotic Analysis of Seismic Reflection from a Fluid-Saturated Medium,” Transport in Porous Media, 62 (3) 283-305, 2006
Keywords:
low-frequency signal, Darcy’s law, seismic reflection
  • Silin, D. B. and Patzek, T.W., “Pore space morphology analysis using maximal inscribed spheres,” Physica A, 371(2) p. 336-360, 2006
Keywords:
Pore space morphology; Connectivity; Two-phase flow; Capillary pressure