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  • Pimentel, D. and Patzek, T. W., and Gerald, C., “Ethanol Production: Energy, Economic, and Environmental Losses,” Rev. Environ. Contam. Toxicol., 189:25-41, 2007​​
Keywords:
Biomass, biofuel, conversion, thermodynamic, efficiency, corn, agriculture, fermentation, distillation, biorefinery
  • Patzek, T. W., “An Unstable Concoction of Interests,” Editorial, Daily Californian, March 9, 2007
Keywords:
Energy, Biosciences, Institute, BP, Berkeley, GMO, Monsanto, Dupont, Savia, Amyris, corporate, research, academia, sale, Somerville
  • Holtzman, R., Silin, D. B., Patzek, T. W. (2007) The Strength of Hydrate-Bearing Sediments: A Grain-Scale Approach, Trans. AGU Fall Meeting, Abstract T43E-04.
Keywords:
Sediment, strength, failure, collapse, weakening
  • Patzek, Lucas, J. and Patzek, T. W., "The Disastrous Local and Global Impacts of Tropical Biofuel Production," Featured Story, Energy Tribune, March 2007 issue, pages 19-22
Keywords:
Biofuel, Indonesia, Palm Oil
  • Patzek, T. W., “A First-Law Thermodynamic Analysis of the Corn-Ethanol Cycle,” Natural Resource Research, 15(4), 255-270, 2007
Keywords:
Net energy, biorefinery, efficiency, coproduct, emissions, environment, cost
  • Patzek, T. W., OECD Dinner Speech at the Ministerial OECD Round Table on Sustainable Development, “Biofuels: Is the Cure Worse than the Disease?” OECD Headquarters, Chȃteau de la Muette, 2 rue Andre Pascal, 75016 Paris, September 11, 2007
Keywords:
Security, Shakespeare, nuclear, reactor, biofuels, tropical, ecosystem, destruction, sustainability
  • ​Patzek, T. W., “How Can We Outlive Our Way of Life?” Paper prepared for the Ministerial OECD Round Table on Sustainable Development, “Biofuels: Is the Cure Worse than the Disease?” OECD Headquarters, Chȃteau de la Muette, 2 rue Andre Pascal, 75016 Paris, September 12, 2007
Keywords:
Fossil, fuel, agrofuel, photovoltaics, net primary productivity, tropical, ecosystem, sustainability, collapse