Bioenergy with Carbon Capture and Storage (BECCS) in the Upper Missouri River Basin
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A team of scientists from Montana State University (MSU), the University of Wyoming (UW) and the University of South Dakota (USD) has received funding from the National Science Foundation that is bringing $6 million to these states. The team will use computer models and field experiments to study what might happen over the next 100 years if we adopt a new energy system called BECCS. The project’s study region is the Upper River Missouri Basin, but the findings could help all regions better understand the impacts of BECCS on communities and citizens, agriculture and ecosystem services.