Anders Hammer Strømman
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Professor Anders Hammer Strømman works in the field of Industrial Ecology. He conducts research on environmental assessment of Energy and Transport systems on which he has published more than 40 peer-reviewed journal articles. In 2011 Professor Strømman received the Laudise medal in Industrial Ecology in recognition of his work. He is currently contributing as an author to the WGIII of 5th assessment report of the IPCC. On a daily basis he teaches graduate courses in Life Cycle Assessment and Environmental input-output analysis for the students of the Industrial Ecology and Energy & Environment study programs at NTNU.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts.
- (2013) Global Warming Potential of Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Biomass Stored in the Anthroposphere and Used for Bioenergy at End of Life. Journal of Industrial Ecology. 2013; volum 17 (1).
- (2013) The role of forest residues in the accounting for the global warming potential of bioenergy. Global Change Biology Bioenergy. 2013
- (2013) Climate impact potential of utilizing forest residues for bioenergy in Norway. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change. 2013
- (2013) Comparative Environmental Life Cycle Assessment of Conventional and Electric Vehicles. Journal of Industrial Ecology. 2013; volum 17 (1).
- (2012) A comment to "Large-scale bioenergy from additional harvest of forest biomass is neither sustainable nor greenhouse gas neutral": Important insights beyond greenhouse gas accounting. Global Change Biology Bioenergy. 2012; volum 4 (6).
- (2012) Climate impacts of bioenergy: Inclusion of carbon cycle and albedo dynamics in life cycle impact assessment. Environmental impact assessment review. 2012; volum 37.
- (2012) Site-specific global warming potentials of biogenic CO2 for bioenergy: contributions from carbon fluxes and albedo dynamics. Environmental Research Letters. 2012; volum 7 (4).
- (2012) Application of probability distributions to the modeling of biogenic CO2 fluxes in life cycle assessment. Global Change Biology Bioenergy. 2012; volum 4 (6).
- (2012) Environmental impacts of hybrid and electric vehicles-a review. The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment. 2012; volum 17 (8).
- (2012) The importance of economies of scale for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions from shipping. Energy Policy. 2012; volum 46.
- (2012) Impact Assessment of Biodiversity and Carbon Pools from Land Use and Land Use Changes in Life Cycle Assessment, Exemplified with Forestry Operations in Norway. Journal of Industrial Ecology. 2012; volum 16 (2).
- (2012) The influence of system boundaries on life cycle assessment of grain production in central southeast Norway. Agricultural Systems. 2012; volum 111.
- (2012) Environmental Damage Assessment of Carbon Capture and Storage Application of End-Point Indicators. Journal of Industrial Ecology. 2012; volum 16 (3).
- (2012) Scenarios for the environmental impact of fossil fuel power: Co-benefits and trade-offs of carbon capture and storage. Energy. 2012; volum 45 (1).
- (2011) Radiative Forcing Impacts of Boreal Forest Biofuels: A Scenario Study for Norway in Light of Albedo. Environmental Science and Technology. 2011; volum 45 (17).
- (2011) CO2 emissions from biomass combustion for bioenergy: atmospheric decay and contribution to global warming. Global Change Biology Bioenergy. 2011; volum 3 (5).
- (2011) Chemicals from lignocellulosic biomass: opportunities, perspectives, and potential of biorefinery systems. Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining. 2011; volum 5 (5).
- (2011) Life cycle assessment of bioenergy systems: State of the art and future challenges. Bioresource Technology. 2011; volum 102 (2).
- (2011) Effects of boreal forest management practices on the climate impact of CO2 emissions from bioenergy. Ecological Modelling. 2011; volum 223 (1).
- (2011) Influence of allocation methods on the environmental performance of biorefinery products-A case study. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 2011; volum 55 (11).