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Exergy and Ecology Bibliography

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author:

Cleveland, CJ, and Kaufmann, R (2008).
Encyclopedia of Earth
In: , edited by T. Lawrence. Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, D.C, chapter Fundamental principles of energy.

Dewulf, J, Langenhove, Hv, Muys, B, Bruers, S, Bakshi, BR, Grubb, GF, Paulus, DM, and Sciubba, E (2008).
Exergy: Its Potential and Limitations in Environmental Science and Technology
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY 42:2221-2232.

Geoscience (2008).
Australia's identified mineral resources 2007
Australian Government. Geoscience Australia, .

Kelemen, PB, and Matter, J (2008).
In situ carbonation of peridotite for CO2 storage
PNAS 105(45):17295–17300.

Khan, N, Saleem, Z, and Wahid, A (2008).
Review of natural energy sources and global power needs
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 12(7):1959-1973.

Murao, S, Deb, M, and Furuno, M (2008).
Mineralogical evolution of indium in high grade tin-polymetallic hydrothermal veins-A comparative study from Tosham, Haryana state, India and Goka, Naegi district, Japan
Ore Geology Reviews 33(3-4):490-504.

Naredo, JM (2008).
El final de la era del petróleo
In: , edited by J. Sempere and E. Tello. Icaria editorial, chapter El conflicto entre eficacia y sostenibilidad utilizar el capital mineral de la tierra o el flujo solar y sus derivados renovables, pages 185-199.

Valero D, A (2008).
Assessing world mineral deposits through the second law of thermodynamics
In: Inproceedings of the Mineral Deposit Studies Group (MDSG) conference, Nottingham (UK).

Valero D, A (2008).
Exergy evolution of the mineral capital on earth
Phd thesis, University of Zaragozaq, Zaragoza, Spain.

Valero D, A (2008).
Exergy evolution of the mineral capital on earth
Phd thesis, University of Zaragoza, María de Luna, 3. 50018 Zaragoza.

Valero D, A, Valero, A, and Arauzo, I (2008).
Evolution of the decrease in mineral exergy throughout the 20th century. The case of copper in the US
Energy 33(2):107-115.

Valero, A, Valero D, A, and Torres, C (2008).
Exergy and the Hubbert peak. An extended analysis for the assessment of the scarcity of minerals on earth
In: Proceedings of IMECE 2008, Boston, USA.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 1
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 2
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 3 and 4
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 3 and 4
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 5
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 6
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 7
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 8
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 9
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 10
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 11
Miscellaneous publication.

Valero, A, Valero, A, and Vieillard, P (2008).
Methodology 12
Miscellaneous publication.

Zhang, N, and Lior, N (2008).
A novel Brayton cycle with the integration of liquid hydrogen cryogenic exergy utilization
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 33, 1:214-224.

 
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Last modified 2009-06-05 07:59 PM
New book: Thanatia

Thanatia: The Destiny of the Earth's Mineral Resources

Thanatia: The Destiny of the Earth's Mineral Resources

A Thermodynamic Cradle-to-Cradle Assessment by (author): Antonio Valero Capilla (CIRCE — Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain), Alicia Valero Delgado (CIRCE — Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain)

Is Gaia becoming Thanatia, a resource exhausted planet? For how long can our high-tech society be sustained in the light of declining mineral ore grades, heavy dependence on un-recycled critical metals and accelerated material dispersion? These are all root causes of future disruptions that need to be addressed today.

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