Andrew E. Harding


Born on St. Swithin's day and raised in the big sky country of Eastern England, I spend most of my time figuring out how weather systems get big and dangerous, and how they then disrupt human systems. I provide policy advisory, research management, large volumes of data, and neural networks to the Scottish Government and its agencies, and to the climatological and artistic communities of the UK, the US, and Canada. I also write book chapters, news articles, and research papers, play the 'cello, and travel widely with my Olympus E-P2.

You can usually find me at the University of Edinburgh's Global Change Institute, Biostatistics Scotland, the LSE, or one of the many HEIs and MRPs that make up the ClimateXChange and the Climate Services Partnership.

  • Work
    • Climatology
  • Education
    • Phd, Physics