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Refereed Journal Articles
Woods J. and Sekhwela M.B.M. The Vegetation Resources of Botswana's Savannas. South African Geographical Journal 85(1):69-79, 2003.
Woods J. (Special Edition Editor) Editorial: The Sustainable Use of Botswana’s Savannas. South African Geographical Journal 85(1):1-2, 2003.
Woods J. The Potential for Energy Production using Sweet Sorghum in Southern Africa. Energy for Sustainable Development V(1):24-31, 2000.
Other Publications (Reports, Books, Conference Proc. Articles etc)
Woods,J., Hemstock,S.L., Rosillo-Calle,F., and Matakiviti,A. Framework Development of a Biomass Energy Master Development Plan for the Island Nations of the South Pacific. Proc. 2nd World Biomass Conference. Italy: ETA Florence. 05-14-2004. In press.
Woods,J., Brown,G., and Jolly,L. Producing Ethanol, Electricity and Heat from Sugar Crops in Southern Africa: developing credible scenarios for action. Proceedings of the 2nd World Biomass Conference. Italy: ETA Florence. 1-4. 05-14-2004. In press.
Bauen,A. and Woods,J. Bioelectricity in OECD countries: status and prospects to 2020. Proceedings of the 2nd World Biomass Conference. Italy: ETA Florence. 1-4. 05-14-2004. In Press.
Woods,J., Gross,R., and Leach,M. Innovation in the renewable heat sector in the UK: markets, opportunities and barriers. London, UK: Department for Trade and Industry (DTI). Pp:1-12, 2004. http://www.dti.gov.uk/energy/renewables/policy/renewables_innovation_review.shtml
ICEPT and E4TECH. The UK Innovation Systems for New and Renewable Energy Technologies: Photovoltaics Sub-Sector Review (J.Woods). London, UK: Dept. Trade and Industry (DTI). Pp:1-140, 2003. URL as for Woods, Gross and Leach above.
Woods J. and Bauen A. Technology Status Review and Carbon Abatement Potential of Renewable Transport Fuels (RTF) in the UK. DTI; B/U2/00785/REP URN 03/982. Pp:1-150, 2003. http://www.dti.gov.uk/energy/renewables/publications/pdfs/B200785.pdf
Bauen A, Woods J., and Hailes R. Bioelectricity Vision: achieving 15% of electricity from Biomass in OECD countries by 2020. Brussels, Belgium: WWF. 2003.
Woods,J., Rosillo-Calle,F., and Hemstock,S.L. A Master Development Plan for the Biomass Resources of 6 South Pacific Island Nations. Biomass Resource Assessment Project. Matakiviti,A. (ed.) Suva, Fiji: SOPAC (South Pacific Geoscience Commission). Pp:1-12, 2003.