RESOURCE ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK FOR DEPENDABLE FEEDSTOCK
SUPPLY TO PRODUCE ADVANCED BIOFUELS IN HAWAII
Project Number: 5302-13000-011-12
Start Date: Oct 01, 2010
End Date: Sep 30, 2012
1) Improve current decision making capabilities on HC&S land by building robust data on current practices (Temple, Parlier); 2) Create management plans to maximize yield and stability of feedstock production (Temple, Hilo); 3) Maximize bioenergy biomass stability and yield while minimizing environmental impacts at watershed scale (Temple, Parlier, Hilo); and 4) Improve water resource anagement and optimize biomass production for other production areas in the Hawaiian Islands and Pacific Basin (Temple, Hilo).
Objective 1:Develop spatial and temporal data sets form historic data for baseline analyses. Objective 2: Simulate current management impacts on feedstock yields and resource inputs. Objective 3: Demonstrate applicability of simulation approaches with validated present practices and explore watershed scale impacts of changes. Objective 4: Improve decision support for assessment of resource conditions, and utilize parallel computing and deep hydrology water balance.
Documenys Reimbursable with Department of Navy. Log 43853.