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  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 3.1 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (1/1/2014)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Variations of Forest Residual Biomass; Co-Product Development: Lignin-Rich Material to Clean the Atmosphere; and Bioenergy Alliance Network of the Rockies (BANR).
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 4.1 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (1/1/2015)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Determining soil nitrogen content in working forests; Determining CO2 emissions over time; and Slash removal and microbial communities.
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 5.1 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (1/1/2016)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Lignin to plastic opportunities; Extractives found in postharvest forest residuals; and Slash removal and microbial communities.
  • Pretreatment of Woody Biomass for Biofuel Production 

    Zhu, J.Y. (1/20/2016)
    Biofuel production from woody biomass through the sugar platform requires efficient production of fermentable sugars either chemically and enzymatically by hydrolyzing polysaccharides in wood cell walls. Enzymatic sugar ...
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 3.10 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (10/1/2014)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: NARA 2014 Annual Conference; Gauging the Impact of the Imagine Tomorrow Alternative Energy Competition; and Collecting, Processing and Transporting Forest Residuals at the ...
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 4.8 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (10/1/2015)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: NARA 2015 Annual Meeting; NARA students provide supply chain data for the Olympic Peninsula; and The benefits of single vs. tandem trailers to haul post harvest forest residuals.
  • Long-term soil productivity and sustainability of forest harvest residue harvesting 

    Hatten, Jeff; Holub, Scott (10/10/2015)
    Forest harvesting intrinsically removes organic matter and associated nutrients; these exports may impact soil productivity of managed forests. We will examine the effects of removing forest floor and harvest residues on ...
  • Estimating forest residue for biomass production 

    Boston, Kevin (10/13/2015)
    The webinar begins by describing the biomass supply chain and the issues with its management. This will lead to motivation of why measurement of forest residues is necessary for its successful management. The seminar then ...
  • Decision support for forest harvest residue collection 

    Sessions, John; Zamora-Cristales, Rene (10/15/2015)
    Forest harvest residues are often available at roadside landings as a byproduct of the log manufacturing process. This residue is usually available for renewable energy production if desired, however there is a significant ...
  • Characterization of forest residuals for bio-jet fuel production 

    Marrs, Gevan (10/19/2015)
    Softwood feedstock samples collected throughout the Pacific Northwest have been characterized for carbohydrate, lignin, and extractives content. Some of the samples have received exhausting testing through pretreatment, ...
  • 'Woods-to-Wake' life cycle assessment of residual woody biomass based jet-fuel 

    Ganguly, Indroneil (10/21/2015)
    The residual woody biomass (a.k.a harvest slash) produced during forest harvest operations in the Pacific Northwest, is generally burned in the forest or left on the forest floor to decompose. Drop-in biofuel production ...
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 3.11 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (11/1/2014)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Ranking potential biorefinery and depot sites for a wood to biofuel supply chain; NARA and Pacific Northwest Tribes; Harvesting valuable chemicals from fermented sugars; and ...
  • TPO harvest residue information and forest market models for biorefinery siting potential 

    Morgan, Todd; Latta, Greg (11/19/2015)
    NARA scientists have focused on building supply chain solutions demonstrating forest harvest residues as a viable source of woody feedstock for production of biojet. A key aspect in supply chain logistics is biorefinery ...
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 1.2 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (12/1/2012)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: NARA 2012 annual meeting: One year stronger and ahead to year two; Pretreatment: The first chemical treatment in the wood to biojet/co-product conversion; and Summer ...
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.9 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (12/1/2013)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: SAVE THE DATE: NARA Will Sponsor A Northwest Wood-Based Biofuels + Co-Products Conference In April 2014; Biofuels Knowledge Gets Placed In The Classroom; and Understanding ...
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 3.12 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (12/1/2014)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: NARA’s 2014 peer-reviewed publications; Packing forest residues for transport; and Dilute acid pretreatment on Douglas-fir residuals.
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 4.9 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (12/1/2015)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Measuring soil nutrient levels of intensively harvested forests; NARA students present findings for Olympic Peninsula biomass users; and NARA introduces Webinar Series.
  • College catalog, 1892 

    Washington Agricultural College and School of Science; Washington State University (Olympia, WA: O.C. White, State Printer, 1892)
    Compiles course descriptions for Washington Agricultural College and School of Science (later Washington State University). The covers of this volume are apparently lost to history. While the first classes began in January ...
  • In the Palouse Country 

    Smalley, Eugene Virgil (E.V. Smalley, 1892-09)
    An illustrated magazine article from a national magazine, describing and depicting the Palouse region and its towns as they existed in 1892. Particular focus is given to the towns of Pullman, Palouse, and Johnson.
  • College catalog, 1893 

    Washington Agricultural College and School of Science; Washington State University (Olympia, WA: O.C. White, State Printer, 1893)
    Compiles course descriptions for Washington Agricultural College and School of Science (later Washington State University). Individual issues were published either yearly or every other year. For catalog volumes numbers 1 ...