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About Prof. Phil Haygarth

Who are you?

I am Phil Haygarth, a Professor at Soil and Water Science and I am Director at the Centre for Sustainable Water Management at Lancaster University.

What is you role in the project?

I am the project leader – tasked with coordinating these great opportunities across many disciplines and organisations.

What is your background?

I spent 15 years as a Research Scientist for a BBSRC Agriculture Institute at North Wyke in Devon. During this time I ‘cut my teeth’ on trying to understand diffuse pollution of water by agriculture (DWPA). I am best known for my contribution on phosphorus and also for starting off the DWPA ‘user manual’.

Where can I find more information about you?

I run a couple of blogs on http://www.catchmentchange.net/ and http://landwaterblog.blogspot.com/.

My Lancaster Environment Centre webpage is http://www.lec.lancs.ac.uk/contacts/staff/Phil_Haygarth

How do I contact you?

Prof Phil Haygarth
Centre for Sustainable Water Management
Lancaster Environment Centre
Lancaster University
LA1 4YQ
UK

Office:  01524 510224
Mobile: 07791 512177

Email:  p.haygarth@lancaster.ac.uk

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About the Author: Prof. Phil Haygarth is a Professor of Soil and Water Science and a Director at the Centre for Sustainable Water Management at Lancaster University. Within the EdenDTC project, Phil is overseeing the Leadership, Community and Management work package.

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