The global technical and economic potential of bioenergy from salt-affected soils.
Energy Environ. Sci.. 2011; 4:2669-81
Salinization has become an increasing problem in marginal agricultural lands. This recent estimate by Wicke and colleagues indicates that growth of salt-tolerant trees on nearly a billion hectares of saline land could annually produce plant biofules to supply 5-11% of global primary energy consumption.
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