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This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 161 references in this bibliography folder.

Connelly, L and Coshland, CP (2001).
Exergy and industrial ecology—Part 1: An exergy-based de?nition of consumption and a thermodynamic interpretation of ecosystem evolution
Exergy Int. J., 1(3):146-165.

Dewulf, J, Langenhove, HV, and Dirckx, J (2001).
Exergy analysis in the assessment of the sustainability of waste gas treatment systems
The Science of the Total Environment, 273:41-52.

Gong, M and Wall, G (2001).
On exergy and sustainable development.- Part two: indicators and methods
Exergy Int. J., 1(4):217-233.

Muys, B, Wagendrop, T, Aerts, R, and García Quijano, J (2001).
Ecological sustainability assessment of carbon sequestration and substitution projects using the exergy concept
In: Proceedings of the Conference Carbon sinks and Biodiversity, Liège.

Sciubba, E (2001).
Beyond Thermoeconomics? The concept of Extended Exergy Accounting and its application to the analysis and design of thermal systems
Exergy, 1(2):68-84.

Wall, G and Gong, M (2001).
On exergy and sustainable development-Part 1: Conditions and concepts
Exergy Int. J., 1(3):128-145.

Dincer, I (2000).
Thermodynamics, Exergy and Environmental Impact
Energy Sources, 22:723-732.

Jorgensen, S (2000).
Exergy of an isolated living system may increase
In: Advances in Energy Studies. 2º International Workshop, ed. by Sergio Ulgiati, pp. 573/578, SGEditoriali Padova.

Martinas, K and Frankowicz, M (2000).
Extropy - Reformulation of the Entropy Principle
Per. Pol. Chem. Eng., 44(1):29-38.

Svirezhev, YM (2000).
Thermodynamics and ecology
Ecological Modelling, 132(1-2):11 - 22.

Ayres, RU (1999).
The second law, the fourth law, recycling and limits to growth
Ecological Economics, 29(3):473 - 483.

Rosen, M and Dincer, I (1999).
Exergy analysis of waste emissions
International journal of energy research, 23(13):1153-1163.

Alvarado, Sea (1998).
Energy-exergy optimization of comminution
Energy, 23(4):153-158.

Ayres, RU (1998).
Eco-thermodynamics: economics and the second law
Ecological Economics, 26(2):189 - 209.

van Gool, W (1998).
Thermodynamics of chemical references for exergy analysis
Energy Conversion and Management, 39(16-18):1719-1728.

Zaleta, A, Ranz, L, and Valero, A (1998).
Towards a unified measure of renewable resources availability: the exergy method applied to the water of a river
Energy Conversion and Management, 39(16-18):1911-1917.

Lior, N (1997).
Energy, exergy, and thermoeconomic analysis of the effects of fossil-fuel superheating in nuclear power plants
Energy C, 38:1585-1593.

Mcmahon, GF and Mrozek, JR (1997).
Economics, entropy and sustainability
Hydrological Sciences-Journal-des Sciences Hydrologiques, 42(4):501-512.

Svirezhev, Y (1997).
Exergy of the Biosphere
Ecological Modelling, 96:309-310.

Hamed, O, Zamamiri, A, Aly, S, and Lior, N (1996).
Thermal performance and exergy analysis of a thermal vapor compression desalination system
Energy Conversion and Management, 37:379-387.

Ayres, R and Martinas, K (1995).
Waste Potential Entropy: The Ultimate Ecotoxic
Economie Appliquee, XLVIII(2):95-120.

Dunbar, W, Moody, S, and Lior, N (1995).
Exergy analysis of an operating boiling-water-reactor nuclear power station
Energy Conversion and Management, 36, 3:149-159.

Wedepohl, KH (1995).
The composition of the continental crust
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 59(7):1217-1232.

Hueting, R (1993).
Calculating a Sustainable National Income: A Practical Solution for a Theoretical Dilemma
In: Entropy and BioEconomics: Proceedings of the First International Conference of the European Association for Bioeconomic Studies, pp. 322-343, Rome.

Daly, HE (1992).
Is the entropy law relevant to the economics of natural resource scarcity? Yes, of course it is!
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, 23(1):91 - 95.

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