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Sathre, Roger, Mikhail Chester, Jennifer Cain, and Eric R Masanet. "A framework for environmental assessment of CO2 capture and storage systems." Energy 37.1 (2012). LBNL-5604E.
Sathre, Roger, Ambrose Dodoo, Leif Gustavsson, Bruce Lippke, Gregg Marland, Eric R Masanet, Birger Solberg, and Frank Werner. "Material Nature Versus Structural Nurture: The Embodied Carbon of Fundamental Structural Elements." Environmental Science & Technology (2012). LBNL-5605E.
Sathre, Roger, Corinne Scown, William R Morrow, III, John C Stevens, Ian D Sharp, Joel W Ager, III, Karl Walczak, Frances A Houle, and Jeffery B Greenblatt. "Life-cycle net energy assessment of large-scale hydrogen production via photoelectrochemical water splitting." Energy Environ. Sci. 7.10 (2014) 3264 - 3278.
Sathre, Roger, and Eric R Masanet. "Long-Term Energy and Climate Implications of Carbon Capture and Storage Deployment Strategies in the US Coal-Fired Electricity Fleet." Environmental Science & Technology 46.17 (2012) 9768 - 9776.
Sathre, Roger, and Eric R Masanet. "Prospective life-cycle modeling of a carbon capture and storage system using metal–organic frameworks for CO2 capture." RSC Advances 3.15 (2013) 4964. Pending.
Sathre, Roger. "Comparing the heat of combustion of fossil fuels to the heat accumulated by their lifecycle greenhouse gases." Fuel 115 (2014) 674 - 677.
Sathre, Roger, Corinne Scown, Olga Kavvada, and Thomas P Hendrickson. "Energy and climate effects of second-life use of electric vehicle batteries in California through 2050." Journal of Power Sources 288 (2015) 82 - 91. LBNL-1003874.
Sathre, Roger, Hanna Breunig, Jeffery B Greenblatt, Peter H Larsen, Eric R Masanet, Thomas E McKone, Nigel Quinn, and Corinne Scown. "Spatially-explicit water balance implications of carbon capture and sequestration." Environmental Modelling & Software 75 (2016) 153 - 162. LBNL-1003871.