We are pleased to announce that Professor Edward Hanna, an internationally-renowned expert in climate science and meteorology has joined our School within the University of Lincoln, UK.
He will lead multi-national research projects to examine the effects of climate change on our weather systems and global landscapes and has more than 20 years’ experience of climate change research.
As the latest senior appointment to our new School of Geography, he will continue his research examining the links between global warming and major climatic trends, including extreme weather events and the persistent rise in sea levels.
Professor Hanna joins colleagues in the University of Lincoln’s School of Geography and its new Lincoln Centre for Water and Planetary Health (LCWPH) – an innovative new research institute with a focus on solving the most pressing environmental and societal problems emerging from the world’s largest rivers. As part of this research centre, Professor Hanna will lead a new Climate Change Research Group that will contribute to the global understanding of current issues and directly inform teaching at Lincoln.
Professor Mark Macklin, Head of the School of Geography and Director of the Lincoln Centre for Water and Planetary Health, said: “The appointment of Professor Hanna, an international authority on climate change, is another very significant step for the School of Geography towards our aim of becoming one of the UK’s leading centres for research into climate change impact and teaching focusing on the inhabited earth.”
You can read the full press release online.