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Garcia-freites, Samira, Welfle, Andrew, Lea-langton, Amanda, Gilbert, Paul and Thornley, Patricia (2019). The potential of coffee stems  gasification to provide bioenergy for coffee farms: a case study in the Colombian coffee sector. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery ,

Roeder, Mirjam, Thiffault, Evelyne, Martínez-Alons, Celia, Senez-Gagnon, Fanny, Paradis, Laurence and Thornley, Patricia (2019). Understanding the timing and variation of greenhouse gas emissions of forest bioenergy systems. Biomass and Bioenergy, 121 , pp. 99-114.

Whitaker, Jeanette, Field, John L., Bernacchi, Carl J., Cerri, Carlos E.P., Ceulemans, Reinhart, Davies, Christian A., DeLucia, Evan H., Donnison, Iain S., McCalmont, Jon P., Paustian, Keith, Rowe, Rebecca L., Smith, Pete, Thornley, Patricia and McNamara, Niall P. (2018). Consensus, uncertainties and challenges for perennial bioenergy crops and land use. GCB Bioenergy, 10 (3), pp. 150-164.

Röder, Mirjam, Stolz, Nico and Thornley, Patricia (2017). Sweet energy – Bioenergy integration pathways for sugarcane residues. A case study of Nkomazi, District of Mpumalanga, South Africa. Renewable energy, 113 , pp. 1302-1310.

Welfle, Andrew, Gilbert, Paul, Thornley, Patricia and Stephenson, Anna (2017). Generating low-carbon heat from biomass:Life cycle assessment of bioenergy scenarios. Journal of Cleaner Production, 149 , pp. 448-460.

Horschig, Thomas, Adams, Paul W.R., Röder, Mirjam, Thornley, Patricia and Thrän, Daniela (2016). Reasonable potential for GHG savings by anaerobic biomethane in Germany and UK derived from economic and ecological analyses. Applied Energy, 184 , pp. 840-852.

Nguyen, V. H., Topno, S., Balingbing, C., Nguyen, V. C.N., Röder, M., Quilty, J., Jamieson, C., Thornley, P. and Gummert, M. (2016). Generating a positive energy balance from using rice straw for anaerobic digestion. Energy Reports, 2 , pp. 117-122.

Röder, Mirjam and Thornley, Patricia (2016). Bioenergy as climate change mitigation option within a 2 °C target—uncertainties and temporal challenges of bioenergy systems. Energy, Sustainability and Society, 6 (1),

Thornley, P., Gilbert, P., Shackley, S. and Hammond, Jim (2015). Maximizing the greenhouse gas reductions from biomass: The role of life cycle assessment. Biomass and Bioenergy, 81 , pp. 35-43.

Röder, Mirjam, Whittaker, Carly and Thornley, Patricia (2015). How certain are greenhouse gas reductions from bioenergy? Life cycle assessment and uncertainty analysis of wood pellet-to-electricity supply chains from forest residues. Biomass and Bioenergy, 79 , pp. 50-63.

Welfle, A., Gilbert, P. and Thornley, P. (2014). Increasing biomass resource availability through supply chain analysis. Biomass and Bioenergy, 70 , pp. 249-266.

Bows-Larkin, Alice, McLachlan, Carly, Mander, Sarah, Wood, Ruth, Röder, Mirjam, Thornley, Patricia, Dawkins, Elena, Gough, Clair, O'Keefe, Laura and Sharmina, Maria (2014). Importance of non-CO2 emissions in carbon management. Carbon Management, 5 (2), pp. 193-210.

Welfle, A., Gilbert, P. and Thornley, P. (2014). Securing a bioenergy future without imports. Energy Policy, 68 , pp. 1-14.

Gilbert, Paul, Alexander, Sarah, Thornley, Patricia and Brammer, John (2014). Assessing economically viable carbon reductions for the production of ammonia from biomass gasification. Journal of Cleaner Production, 64 , 581–589.

Walsh, C. and Thornley, P. (2013). A comparison of two low grade heat recovery options. Applied Thermal Engineering, 53 (2), pp. 210-216.

Walsh, C. and Thornley, P. (2011). Cost effective greenhouse gas reductions in the steel industry from an Organic Rankine Cycle. Chemical Engineering Transactions, 25 , pp. 905-910.

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