Tony van der Weerden
I am a soil scientist with a bent towards greenhouse gas emissions from soils. I work on improving our understanding of drivers of nitrous oxide and ammonia emissions from pastoral systems, and include research into mitigating emissions from agriculture and improving farm-scale and national GHG reporting. I studied at Lincoln University and worked in the UK for 4 years. I now live in Ōtepoti Dunedin and enjoy escaping to Central Otago when time permits.
- Doctorate, Science, Lincoln University, 1999
- Bachelors with Honours, Science, Lincoln University, 1990