Bioenergy and biofuels are renewable energy sources with potential to mitigate climate change and promote energy security. However, large-scale bioenergy feedstock development can have adverse water and environmental impacts. This study uses computer simulation to predict the hydrologic impacts of eucalyptus development for bioenergy in a case study watershed in Argentina. Results show trade offs between water supply and energy production and provide insights to best management practices.
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