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  • Making Chemistry Visible 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance; McCall Outdoor Science School (2016-12)
    The objective of this lesson is to explain and demonstrate the chemical process of turning woody biomass into biofuel.
  • Micronized Wood Pretreatment for the Production of Bio-Glycols 

    Gene, Bryan; Shen, Jim; Snelling, Patrick; (2017)
    The purpose of this project was to determine whether S2G BioChemical’s (S2G) catalytic sugar-to-glycol technology was a suitable and cost-effective solution for cellulosic sugars produced using Washington State University’s ...
  • Mid-Cascade to Pacific Corridor: Analysis (Vol. 2) 

    Laninga, T.; Olsen, K.; Vachon, M.; Wolcott, M. (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 1/1/2014 0)
    This report describes the process to rank existing facilities in Washington and Oregon (MC2P region) for their potential to service a supply chain that produces biojet fuel and co=products from forest residuals. Facility ...
  • Mid-Cascade to Pacific Corridor: Conceptual Design 

    Olsen, Karl; Laninga, Tamara; Austin, Gary; Vachon, Michele (2015)
    This report provides site analyses, opportunities and constraints, and conceptual designs for solids and liquids depots and an integrated biorefinery.
  • Mid-Cascade to Pacific Corridor: Historical 

    Laninga, Tamara; Olsen, Karl; Vachon, Michele; Wolcott, Michael (2015)
    This document provides a historical summary of the Pacific Northwest timber industry.
  • Mid-Cascade to Pacific Corridor: Profile (Vol. 1) 

    Laninga, T.; Olsen, K.; Vachon, M.; Wolcott, M. (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 10/1/2014 )
    This report describes NARA's approach to evaluating a supply chain in Washington and Oregon state to produce bio-jet fuel and co-products. The report also assesses the natural, physical, civic, financial and policy assets ...
  • Mid-Cascade to Pacific Corridor: Supplemental 

    Laninga, Tamara; Olsen, Karl; Vachon, Michele; Wolcott, Michael (2015)
    This document provides supplemental material related to the Mid-Cascade to Pacific Corridor analysis that describes hazard mitigation strategies.
  • Mild Bisulfite Pretreatment of Forest Residuals 

    Anderson, Dwight; Gao, Johnway (Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance, 2015)
    In this report, researchers evaluated the effect of wood chip size, chemical loads, reaction time and temperature on simple sugar yield from the Mild Bisulfite pretreatment procedure.
  • NARA Education 

    Hollenhorst, Steve; Eitel, Karla Bradley; Hendrickson, Danica; Hougham, R. Justin; Laninga, Tamara; Haselbach, Liv; Schwartz, Daniel; James, Laurel; Pressley, Shelley Noelle; (2017)
    This report describes NARA's education efforts used to enhance bioenergy literacy and develop a future workforce to participate in developing bioenergy services and technology.
  • NARA Energy Literacy Matrix 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (4/1/2016)
    This fact sheet summarizes the NARA Energy Literacy Matrix, a web-based resource developed by the Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance to effectively organize materials to be used by science teachers and the general public.
  • NARA Feedstock - Wood Waste 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (1/1/2014)
    This fact sheet provides information about wood wastes that could be used for biofuels. The sheetcovers forest residuals as well as construction and demolition waste products.
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 1.1 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (8/1/2012)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Western Montana Corridor: Putting the Pieces Together; K-12 Teachers Take on Biofuels Literacy; and Woody Biomass: It's a Mixed Lot.
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 1.2 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (12/1/2012)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: NARA 2012 annual meeting: One year stronger and ahead to year two; Pretreatment: The first chemical treatment in the wood to biojet/co-product conversion; and Summer ...
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.1 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (2/1/2013)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Landscape planning on a large scale: Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes partner with NARA; Garbage in — Fuel out; and NARA’s Long Term Sustainability Research.
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.2 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (3/1/2013)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: The IDX course; NARA Supply Chain; and Gauging Community Acceptance.
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.3 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (4/1/2013)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Delivering Education Materials to the Classroom; Softwoods get a new look; and NARA participates in the 2013 Small Log Conference.
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.4 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (5/1/2013)
    This newsletter includes the following article: NARA's Corporate Partners: Grevo, Weyerhaeuser, Catchlight Energy.
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.5 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (6/1/2013)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Imagine Tomorrow; Mapping Supply Chain Assets in Western Oregon and Washington; and Characterizing various feedstocks.
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.6 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (7/1/2013)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Transporting Biomass; Coordinated Agricultural Projects (CAPs); and Estimating Forest Biomass.
  • NARA Newsletter, Volume 2.7 

    Northwest Advanced Renewables Alliance (8/1/2013)
    This newsletter includes the following articles: Forest Inventory and Utilization Data; Improving simple sugar yields from wood residuals; Co-product development: lignin-based molecules for commercial epoxies.