Alastair Clarke

Dr. Alastair Clarke is a team lead in Verisk’s London office. He supports clients with their model evaluation and research needs. Highlights of his recent work include quantifying the impact of the hours clause on U.S. hurricane losses and the impact of observed climate trends on typhoon risk. He specializes in Verisk’s flood and tropical cyclone models and participates in Verisk’s climate change research. Alastair holds a PhD, MEng, and BA in chemical engineering from the University of Cambridge. His PhD was on the modeling of carbon dioxide gas leaks from geological storage sites.

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Following are some recent blogs:

How Climate Change May Influence Flood Losses to U.S. Property by Mid-Century

How Climate Change May Influence Flood Losses to U.S. Property by Mid-Century

November 29, 2021
How Climate Change May Influence Wildfire Losses to U.S. Property by Mid-Century

How Climate Change May Influence Wildfire Losses to U.S. Property by Mid-Century

October 25, 2021
Helping Clients Respond to the Bank of England’s 2021 Climate Biennial Exploratory Scenario

Helping Clients Respond to the Bank of England’s 2021 Climate Biennial Exploratory Scenario

August 9, 2021
The Physical Relationship between Wind and Storm Surge

The Physical Relationship between Wind and Storm Surge

July 15, 2019
Time to Act: Applying the Hours Clause to Hurricane Losses

Time to Act: Applying the Hours Clause to Hurricane Losses

August 30, 2018

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