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Bio-Energy Retains Its Mitigation Potential Under Elevated CO2

By Marion Liberloo, Sebastiaan Luyssaert, Valentin Bellassen, Sylvestre Njakou Djomo, Martin Lukac, Carlo Calfapietra, Ivan A. Janssens, Marcel R. Hoosbeek, Nicolas Viovy, Galina Churkina, Giuseppe Scarascia-Mugnozza and Reinhart Ceulemans
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