View of Melbourne from the Observatory on Flagstaff Hill, 1858, by George Rowe. Image: The State Library of Victoria.

Linden Ashcroft

I am a climate scientist and science communicator, currently teaching both topics at the University of Melbourne. I’m passionate about rescuing and analysing old weather data because it’s fascinating, and because learning about past climate will help us understand what the future will hold.

In 2017 and 2018 I worked as a climatologist and climate scientist at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology. From late 2014 to 2017 I was a Senior Researcher at the Centre for Climate Change at Universitat Rovira i Virgili in southern Catalonia. Before that, I completed a PhD at The University of Melbourne.

This website contains links to scientific publications and presentations, as well as occasional blog posts on historical climatology, working in Spain, and general science and research things.

All content here is my opinion only, and does not reflect that of my employer

To get in touch, please contact me via Twitter, in the comments section below, or at ashcroft.l at unimelb.edu.au.

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  1. Linden

    As President of the Entomological Society of Victoria, I’m writing to see if you would be interested in talking to the Entomological Society of Victoria at a general meeting next year.
    We have speakers on the third Tuesday of every second month, and your name has been suggested as an interesting special guest.
    All the best.

    Patrick Honan
    Manager, Live Exhibits
    Museum Victoria
    GPO Box 666
    Melbourne VIC 3001
    Australia
    Telephone: +61 3 8341 7125
    Fax: +61 3 8341 7154
    Mobile: 0401 843 034
    Email: phonan@museum.vic.gov.au

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