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Cover images:

Bambusa cross-section

Copper-plated wood

Ancient wood

Forest litter: leaves, pine needles

Compressed_Wood

Shredded_MOW

Stained fiber sheath

Cover Vol 5 Issue 2, Lake Johnson

Coastal Scene, BioResources Vol. 5, Issue 1

Cover 4_4: wasp paper

BioRes 4(3) Electrospun

Cover 4 issue 2 Vuokatti, Finland view

Black gum

Cover 3 4

BioRes 3 3 white pine theme

Kraft fibers seen with polarized light

Haybales

Sap on cut douglas fir

Oil Palm Cover

Cover May 2007

Cover, Volume 2, Issue 1

Cover of issue 2, vol. 1

Cover, Vol. 1, Issue 1

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About our Logo

Logo: circle in triangle in square BioReources' logo represents our goal of fostering a wholistic, responsible scientific approach to the study of lignocellulosic materials and the bioenergy, bioproducts, and other technological solutions obtained therefrom.

The blue circle represents our earth, upon which we all depend.

The green triangle and base of the logo represent our biosphere, the main source of solar-derived energy and biomaterials. You might imagine a pine tree in the middle of a field of crops.

The partial square represents implementation of technology that takes into account issues of sustaining the world's environment.

The editors beleive that, under responsible care, renewable lignocellulosic materials from the biosphere provide a way to supply future needs of society while respecting the integrity of the environment.

About our Banner Image

The image at the top of the BioResources web pages represents two main sources of lignocellulosic biomaterials - residues from agriculture, and forest resources. The photo was taken at North Carolina State University's experimental agricultural facilities on Lake Wheeler Road, Raleigh, NC.