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

There are 231 references in this bibliography folder.

Szargut, J (2003).
Anthropogenic and natural exergy losses (exergy balance of the earth's surface and atmosphere)
Energy, 28:1047-1054.

Szargut, J (2003).
Global implications of the second law of thermodynamics
Exergy, Energy System Analysis, and Optimization., from Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO Eolss Publishers, Oxford, UK; Online encyclopedia: http://www.eolss.net.

Valero, A and Botero, E (2003).
An assessment of the earth's clean fossil exergy capital based on exergy abatement costs
Energy System Analysis, and Optimization., from Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO.

Valero, A, Botero, E, and Valero D., A (2003).
Exergy accounting of natural resources
Exergy, Energy System Analysis, and Optimization., from Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO Eolss Publishers, Oxford, UK; Online encyclopedia: http://www.eolss.net.

Wall, G (2003).
National Exergy Accounting of Natural Resources
Eolss Publishers.

Dewulf, J and Langenhove, Hv (2002).
Quantitative Assessment of Solid Waste Treatment Systems in the Industrial Ecology Perspective by Exergy Analysis
Environ. Sci. Technol., 36:1130-1135.

Dewulf, J and Langenhove, HV (2002).
Assessment of the Sustainability of Technology by Means of a Thermodynamically Based Life Cycle Analysis
ESPR – Environ Sci & Pollut Res, 9:267-273.

Gaveau, B, Martinás, K, Moreau, M, and Tóth, J (2002).
Entropy, extropy and information potential in stochastic systems far from equilibrium
Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 305:445 - 466.

Lior, N (2002).
Thoughts about future power generation systems and the role of exergy analysis in their development
Energy Conversion and Management, 43:1187-1198.

Rivero, R, Montero, G, and Garfias, M (2002).
The effect of environmental temperature on the chemical exergy of hydrocarbons
In: Proceedings of ECOS 2002, vol. 1, pp. 69-78, Berlin.

Rosen, M (2002).
Can exergy help us understand and address environmental concerns?
Exergy, 2:214-217.

Serova, E and Brodianski, V (2002).
The concept "environment" in exergy analysis (some special cases)
In: Proceedings of ECOS 2002, vol. 1, pp. 79-82, Berlin.

Szargut, J, Ziebik, A, and Stanek, W (2002).
Depletion of the non-renewable natural exergy resources as a measure of the ecological cost
Energy Conversion and Management(43):1149-1163.

Valero, A, Botero, E, and Serra, L (2002).
The Exergy Replacement Cost of the World’s Renewable Water Resources and Ice Sheets
In: Proceedings of ECOS 2002.

Connelly, L and Coshland, C (2001).
Exergy and industrial ecology. Part 2: A non-dimensional analysis of means to reduce resource depletion
Exergy Int. J., 1(4):234-255.

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.

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