Fossil Energy Use, Climate Change Impacts, and Air Quality-Related Human Health Damages of Conventional and Diversified Cropping Systems in Iowa, USA
Environmental Science & Technology, August 2020
Natalie D. Hunt, Matt Liebman, Sumil K. Thakrar, Jason D. Hill
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