Paul Kay is a Lecturer in hydrology and water quality at the School of Geography, University of Leeds, UK. He is also a Member of Water Research at the University of Leeds (water@leeds). Paul has a Ph.D. degree from Cranfield University, Bedford, UK, and is a Chartered Member of CIWEM, a chartered scientist, and chartered environmentalist. He has over 10 years? experience in undertaking catchment research, supported by semifield, laboratory, and modelling studies and has worked on a range of pollutants including nutrients, pesticides, sediment, pharmaceuticals, and dissolved organic carbon. This work has been funded by various organisations including Defra, the Environment Agency, Yorkshire Water, the European Commission, and the Scottish Executive.
Biography Updated on 27 August 2012