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Energy Sprawl Is the Largest Driver of Land Use Change in United States

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Energy Sprawl Is the Largest Driver of Land Use Change in United States

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Energy Sprawl Is the Largest Driver of Land Use Change in United States

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Energy Sprawl Is the Largest Driver of Land Use Change in United States

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Energy Sprawl Is the Largest Driver of Land Use Change in United States

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United States: Public Library of Science

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PloS one, 2016, Vol.11 (9), p.e0162269-e0162269

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TN_cdi_plos_journals_1817860839

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English

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United States: Public Library of Science

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Energy production in the United States for domestic use and export is predicted to rise 27% by 2040. We quantify projected energy sprawl (new land required for energy production) in the United States through 2040. Over 200,000 km2 of additional land area will be directly impacted by energy development. When spacing requirements are included, over 8...

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Energy Sprawl Is the Largest Driver of Land Use Change in United States

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TN_cdi_plos_journals_1817860839

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1932-6203

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1932-6203

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10.1371/journal.pone.0162269

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