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[686] Reinbott, David. (2012). “2012 Southeast Missouri Crop Budgets.” External link to this bibliographic entry.
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[757] Swanson, Ryan M.; Platon, Alexandru; Satrio, Justinus A.; Brown, Robert C. (2010). “Techno-economic analysis of biomass-to-liquids production based on gasification.” Fuel (89, Supplement 1:); pp. S11-S19. External link to this bibliographic entry.
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[764] Tao, Ling; Aden, Andy. (2011). Technoeconomic analysis of corn butanol and corn stover butanol (forthcoming). Golden, CO. National Renewable Energy Laboratory.
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[854] U.S. Government Accountability Office. (2007). Biofuels: DOE Lacks a Strategic Approach to Coordinate Increasing Production with Infrastructure Development and Vehicle Needs. Washington, DC. External link to this bibliographic entry.
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