Robert M. Kalin


Professor, Strathclyde University, Glasgow Scotland


Robert M. Kalin is a Professor at Strathclyde University, Glasgow Scotland. His 30-year academic and professional career has been focused on hydrogeology, environment science and engineering to underpin the global sustainability agendas. He has published over 235 papers on water resources and related studies, and his experience in countries around the world working with the World Bank, USAID, DFID, UK Commonwealth, IAEA, UNICEF, UNESCO, GRIPP, IMWI, IAH, IWRA, SADC-GMI and national governments ranges from Hydrogeology and Water Resources evaluation of local WASH activities to analysis of regional scale groundwater – surface water systems, study of global biogeochemical cycles and climate change, to site specific biogeochemistry of water treatment, contaminated land and groundwater (including health impacts and engineering design of sustainable remediation methods), and development of new chemical analysis techniques for soil, air and water to manage risk to humans and the environment.