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

Zhu, X, Long, SP, and Ort, DR (2008).
What is the maximum efficiency with which photosynthesis can convert solar energy into biomass?
Current Opinion in Biotechnology 19(2):153-159.

Barthelmy, D (2007).
Mineralogy Database, Webmineral
Miscellaneous publication.

BP (2007).
Statistical review of world energy
British Petroleum, .

Caille, A, and others (2007).
Deciding the Future: Energy Policy Scenarios to 2050
World Energy Council, London, UK.

Dewulf, J, Bösch, ME, Meester, BD, Langenhove, GV, Hellweg, S, and Huijbregts, MA (2007).
Cumulative Exergy Extraction from the Natural Environment (CEENE): a comprehensive Life Cycle Impact Assessment method for resource accounting
Environ. Sci. Technol. 2007 41:8477–8483.

Dewulf, J, Vorst, GV, Aelterman, W, Witte, BD, Vanbaelenb, H, and Langenhove, HV (2007).
Integral resource management by exergy analysis for the selection of a separation process in the pharmaceutical industry
Green Chem. 9:785–791.

Encyclopaedia-Britannica (2007).
Table 1: Surface Area, Volume, and Average Depth of Oceans and Seas
Miscellaneous publication.

EWG (2007).
Coal: resources and future production
Energy Watch Group, (EWG-Paper No. 1/07), .

Giurco, D, and Petrie, JG (2007).
Strategies for reducing the carbon footprint of copper: New technologies, more recycling or demand management?
Minerals engineering 20:842-853.

Grigor'ev, NA (2007).
Average composition of the upper continental crust and dimensions of the maximum concentration of chemical elements. Geology of the Ural and neighbouring territories. Summary materials 2002-2006
Uralian Geological Journey.

Hetherington, LE, Brown, TJ, Benham, AJ, Lusty, PA, and Idoine, NE (2007).
World Mineral Production
British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham (UK).

Höll, R, Kling, M, and Schroll, E (2007).
Metallogenesis of germanium-A review
Ore Geology Reviews 30(3-4):145-180.

IEA (2007).
Key World Energy Statistics
IEA.

IPCC (2007).
IPCC Working group III fourth assessment report
In: , edited by H. Larsen and J. R. Moreira. Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency, chapter Energy supply.

IPCC (2007).
Climate Change 2007: The Physical Science Basis. Contribution of Working Group I to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
In: , edited by S. Solomon and D. Qin and M. Manning and Z. Chen and M. Marquis and K.B. Averyt and M.Tignor and H.L. Miller. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom and New York, NY, USA., chapter Summary for Policymakers.

Jolyon, R (2007).
Mindat.org-the mineral and locality database
Miscellaneous publication.

Jowsey, E (2007).
A new basis for assessing the sustainability of natural resources
Energy 32:906-911.

Lior, N, and Zhang, N (2007).
Energy, exergy, and Second Law performance criteria
Energy 32, 4:281-296.

Michl, TR, and Foley, DK (2007).
Crossing Hubbert's peak: Portfolio effects in a growth model with exhaustible resources
Structural Change and Economic Dynamics 18:212-230.

Mudd, GM (2007).
Global trends in gold mining: Towards quantifying environmental and resource sustainability?
Resources Policy 32(1-2):42-56.

Mudd, GM (2007).
An analysis of historic production trends in Australian base metal mining
Ore Geology Reviews 32(1-2):227-261.

Mudd, GM (2007).
Gold mining in Australia: linking historical trends and environmental and resource sustainability
Environmental Science and Policy 10((7-8)):629-644.

Mudd, GM (2007).
The Sustainability of Mining in Australia: Key Production Trends and Their Environmental Implications
Joint Research Report Mineral Policy Institute (MPI) and Department of Civil Engineering, Monash University, Research Report 5, Australia.

Nguyen, HX, and Yamamoto, R (2007).
Modification of ecological footprint evaluation method to include non-renewable resource consumption using thermodynamic approach
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 51:870-884.

Smith, LK, and Bruckard, WJ (2007).
The separation of arsenic from copper in a Northparkes copper-gold ore using controlled-potential flotation
International Journal of Mineral Processing.

 
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