Paul received a Bachelor’s degree in Geological Engineering from Princeton University, and a Master’s degree from the University of Waterloo in groundwater and geophysics. He has more than 30 years experience in near surface geophysical exploration for groundwater, natural resources, tunnels, unexploded bombs, industrial waste, ancient burials, and essentially anything that someone may want to find without drilling or digging. He is best known for his participation in a number of archaeological documentaries including Nova’s Ancient Refuge in the Holy Land, Deadly Deception at Sobibor, and National Geographic’s Finding Atlantis. More importantly, though, Paul has applied creative geophysical solutions to challenging groundwater situations in remote locations over much of his career, including in Africa, Central America, Southeast Asia, and at home in Canada. As described in his TedX Talk Mapping Resources that Matter, Paul’s most recent efforts are in bringing his geophysical exploration skills to aid people living in some of the most water desperate places on the planet. The Kakuma Refugee Camp in the Turkana desert, in Kenya, is one of these.