Dr Kim Bolton


Dr Kim Bulton is the lab technician and lab manager.  Kim is a soil chemist by training, having completed her Ph.D. at the University of Guelph in the Department of Land Resource Sciences, where she studied under Les Evans.  After working a faculty post at the University of Toronto, Kim opted to work part time while she raises her family (seen here with daughter Maggie).  In addition to being a lab manager, she is a long time university lecturer in chemistry, soil and environmental sciences.

email: kbolton@uoguelph.ca


Kumar, A.J., Gough, W.A., Karagatzides, J.D., Bolton, K.A., & Tsuji, L.J.S. (2001). Testing the validity of a critical sulfur and nitrogen load model in southern Ontario, Canada, using soil chemistry data from MARYP. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 69, 221-230.

Monabbati, M., Diamond, M.L., Bolton, K., & International Association For Great Lakes, R. (1998). Effect of organic matter content on the sediment-water exchange of arsenic. 41st Conference of the International Association for Great Lakes Research, 71.

Bolton, K.A., & Evans, L.J. (1996). Cadmium adsorption capacity of selected Ontario soils. Canadian Journal of Soil Science, 76, 183-189.

Bolton, K.A., Sjoberg, S., & Evans, L.J. (1996). Proton binding and cadmium complexation constants for a soil humic acid using a quasi-particle model. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 60, 1064-1072.

Bolton, K.A., & Evans, L.J. (1991). Elemental composition and speciation of some landfill leachates with particular reference to cadmium. Water Air and Soil Pollution, 60, 43-53.

Summerlee Science Complex, Room 1321, tel. +1 519 824 4120 ext. 56102