Biomass is organic material that comes from plants and animals and is a renewable source of energy. Woody biomass are the trees and woody plants, including limbs, tops, needles, leaves, and other woody parts, grown in a forest, woodland, or rangeland environment, that are the by-products of forest management.

Upper level in biochar facility in Cornell 360

Smart Phone or Tablet? We suggest jumping over here for an improved virtual experience!   The need to maintain healthy agricultural soils has never been greater as we face the challenges of climate change and feeding an expanding human population. At Cornell, sustainability is a...

Cornell Biochar and Compost Facilities

Bioenergy is renewable energy derived from biological sources, to be used for heat, electricity, or vehicle fuel. Biofuel derived from plant materials is among the most rapidly growing renewable energy technologies. Conversion of biomass to liquid fuel is a method utilizing...

Bioenergy in a Changing Climate

Uses fuels data classified as fuelbeds to let users perform a variety of calculations related to fire behavior and emissions. These include predicting surface and crown fire behavior, fuel consumption, pollutant emissions (including carbon emissions), and heat release. The FFT...

U.S. Forest Service: Fuel and Fire Tools (FFT)

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