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In 2015, Mark Z. Jacobson released a report claiming via modeling that 100% of the energy – not just the electricity – needed by the U.S. could be reliably provided...
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Full Title: Expert credibility in climate change Author(s): William R. L. Anderegga, James W. Prallb, Jacob Haroldc, and Stephen H. Schneider Publisher(s): Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Publication Date: 4/2010 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD...
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Full Title: Identification and characterization of high methane-emitting abandoned oil and gas wells Author(s): Mary Kanga, Shanna Christian, Michael A. Celiac, Denise L. Mauzerallc, Markus Bille, Alana R. Miller, Yuheng Chenb,...
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Full Title: Life cycle greenhouse gas emissions and freshwater consumption associated with Bakken tight oil Author(s): Ian J. Laurenzia, Joule A. Bergersonb, and Kavan Motazedib Publisher(s): National Academy of Sciences Publication Date: 11/2016 Full...
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Full Title: Two methods for estimating limits to large-scale wind power generation Author(s): Lee M. Miller, Nathaniel A. Brunsell, David B. Mechem, Fabian Gans, Andrew J. Monaghan, Robert Vautard, David W....
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Full Title: Wind speed reductions by large-scale wind turbine deployments lower turbine efficiencies and set low generation limits Author(s): Lee M. Millera and Axel Kleidon Publisher(s): National Academy of Sciences Publication Date: 11/2016 Full...
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