In what ways can we measure the carbon footprint of the natural world? James Muirhead says Aotearoa New Zealand is the perfect place to understand the carbon emissions from the natural world.
Watch a short video of Muirhead explaining research recognised with a 2021 Te Taumata Rangahau Research Excellence Early Career Award from the University of Auckland.
James Muirhead is a Lecturer in the Environment at the University of Auckland. He is a structural geologist interested in interactions between tectonic and magmatic processes.
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