Abstract: BioVEST includes data and spatial modeling tools needed to assign value to ecosystem services. The model allows users to create maps of ecosystem services and their values, and to visualize supply of ecosystem services and their value. Geospatial models consider the juxtaposition of supply and demand.
General Modeling Type:
Primary analytical purpose:
Environmental: Analysis of the environmental effects of bioenergy and bioproduct technologies or feedstocks.
Secondary analytical purpose:
Socio-economic: Analysis of the economic or social effects of bioenergy and bioproduct technologies or feedstocks.
- Air Quality (non-GHG emissions)
- GHG Emissions
- Soil Quality
- Water Impacts (quality and/or quantity)
- Other Environmental
- Other Socio-economic (e.g., GDP impact, Investment/NPV)
ORNL - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Model start year:
Model last updated:
Level of validation/review:
Internal QA/QC or Peer Review
Links: (None specified)
- Feedstock Types
- Agricultural Residues
- Herbaceous Energy Crops
- Forest Residues
- Forest Resources
- Woody Energy Crops
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Supply Chain Elements
Information last updated: Jan. 30, 2020 09:45:23 EST