To celebrate Women's History Month, we'd like to showcase the following resources that honor the achievements of women in the geosciences.
Read: Exclusionary Behaviors Reinforce Historical Biases and Contribute to Loss of Talent in the Earth Sciences
As the first and largest comprehensive workplace climate survey (>2000 completed surveys) of the earth and space scientists using validated tools, the research published in the American Geophysical Union journal Earth's Future, provides some of the first quantitative evidence of the frequency and pervasiveness of a range of discriminatory behaviors in our field.
Watch: IF/THEN – Women in Geoscience Video Series
Short videos/animations featuring a broad range of women in geoscience from around the world. These inspiring scientists describe their work, their interests, and their desire to inspire young women to pursue STEM and STEAM. IF/THEN (supported by AAAS, American Association for the Advancement of Science) partners with Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) and Earth Sciences Animated.
View: How 20th-Century Women Put the 'Art' in Cartography
Examining just a small sample of the many compelling maps made by North American women in the 20th century, a theme emerges: aesthetic mastery.