Banana Theory.

I meant to post a link to this a while ago but somehow didn’t quite get around to it. This is a blog post I wrote for my EngD centre at UCL and if I can drive a bit of traffic that way I’m sure they’ll thank me for it.

Jamie Bull | mail@oco-carbon.com

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