Scope Note: Biomass is not to be confused with Biofuel. Biofuel is a product of the organic material mentioned above in the Biomass definition. Instead, Biomass refers to the organic matter which can be used as a renewable energy source in a number of different ways. Although Biomass is classed as a renewable energy source, it is by no means good for the environment and the fight against climate change.

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  2. Analysis of the development and economical benefit of biomass energy industry in China [Retrieved March 15, 2012]
  3. Analysis of the Utilization of Biomass Energy in Heilongjiang Province under CDM [Retrieved March 15, 2012]
  4. Research on the Competitive Improvements of Biomass Energy Industry in Northeast China Based on the Model of GEM [Retrieved March 15, 2012]
  5. Analysis of Biomass Energy Development in Heilongjiang Province according to the Reserve and Distribution of Biomass Resources [Retrieved March 15, 2012]
  6. Improved Biomass Estimation Using the Texture Parameters of Two High-Resolution Optical Sensors [Retrieved March 15, 2012]
  7. Performances evaluation of biomass gasification and synthetic gas co-firing in coal-fired boiler [Retrieved March 15, 2012]
  8. Physical parameters of the biomass gasification fuel for the heat exchanger design [Retrieved March 15, 2012]
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