Renewable Carbon Tree Harvest
Trees that we harvest can become our fuel, energy, and industrial products. Finding the best materials for this purpose is part of the mission for UT's Center for Renewable Carbon.
The Curious Silvical Characteristics of Yellow-Poplar; Fusarium Canker of Yellow-Poplar; Why Not Accept Yellow-Poplar on Favorable Sites (3 articles).
Clatterbuck, W. K. 2016.
FWF Extension Update.
Investigating the quality of hybrid poplar as a biochemical feedstock for bioenergy production.
Kim, K., C. Hamilton, J. McCord, T. G. Rials, and N. Labbe. 2016.
IBSS Meeting, Knoxville, TN, July 27-28, 2016.
Evaluation of Total Mercury and Methylmercury Concentrations of Terrestrial Invertebrates Along Lower East Fork Poplar Creek in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Standish, C. L. 2016.
A study of poplar organosolv lignin after melt rheology treatment as carbon fiber precursors.
Sun, Q., R. Khunsupat, K. Akato, J. Tao, N. Labbe, N. Gallego, J. J. Bozell, T. G. Rials, G. Tuskan, T. Tschaplinski, A. K. Naskar, Y. Pu, and A. Ragauskas. 2016.
Green Chemistry, 18, 5015-5024.
Value added lignin based carbon fiber from organosolv fractionation of poplar and switchgrass.
Attwenger, A. 2014.
M. S. Thesis.
Integrating separation and conversion – conversion of biorefinery process streams to biobased chemicals and fuels.
Bozell, J. J., A. Astner, D. Baker, B. Biannic, D. Cedeno, T. Elder, O. Hosseinaei, L. Delbeck, J. W. Kim, C. J. O'Lenick, and T. M. Young. 2014.
Biomass and Bioenergy, 7(3):856-866.
The terpene synthase gene family in poplar and their contribution to herbivore-induced volatile emission.
Irmisch, S., Y. F. Jiang, F. Chen, J. Gershenzon, and T. G. Köllner. 2014.
BMC Plant Biology, 14:270.
The IBSS Partnership Field Day – Development of Hybrid Poplar as an Energy Crop.
Rials, T. G. 2014.
Popular press, Interview with WCBI-TV in Columbus, MS. Includes additional story published on the WCBI website.