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  • Patzek, T. W. Expert Report of Tadeusz Patzek in the Matter of Hawaiian Electrical Company vs. The Life of the Land, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 30, 2008
Keywords:
Climate change, GHG, carbon dioxide, energy, conservation, electricity, wind, photovoltaics, biofuel, sustainability, tropics, forest
  • Patzek, T.W.,"Agriculture: Tendencies & Deficiencies," December 9, 2008, 12:00 – 14:00, International Conference: Natural Resources and the Caribbean: Governance, Social Cohesion and Sustainable Development Hayatt Cancun Caribe, Blvd. Kukulcan, Km. 10.5, Quintana Roo, cp. 77500, Mexico
Keywords:
Industrial, agriculture, chemical, pesticide, herbicide, sustainability, erosion, biodiversity
  • Patzek, T. W., “Can the Earth Deliver the Biomass-for-Fuel We Demand?” Chapter 2 in Biofuels, Solar and Wind as Renewable Energy Systems – Benefits and Risks, D. Pimentel, Editor, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2008
Keywords:
Agriculture, agrofuel, biomass, biorefinery, boundary, crop, ecology, energy, ethanol, fuel production, model mass balance, net energy, value, plantation, population, sustainability, thermodynamics, tropics, yield
  • Holtzman, R., Silin, D. B., and Patzek, T. W., Paper SPE 114223: “Micromechanics of Hydrate Dissociation in Marine Sediments by Grain-Scale Simulations,” presented at the 2008 SPE Western Regional and Pacific Section AAPG Joint Meeting held in Bakersfield, California, U.S.A., 31 March-2 April 2008.
Keywords:
Sediment, strength, failure, collapse, weakening, seafloor
  • Patzek, T. W. “Exponential growth, energetic Hubbert cycles, and the advancement of technology,” Arch. Min. Sci., 53(2), p. 131–159, 2008
Keywords:
crude oil natural gas ultimate recovery Alaska deposits economy natural resources
  • Patzek, T. W, “Thermodynamics of Agricultural Sustainability: The Case of US Maize Agriculture,” Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences 27(4) p. 272-293, 2008
Keywords:
ecosystem, organic, irreversible, process, entropy, energy