Righting the Balance: Gender Diversity in the Geosciences
- Righting the Balance: Gender Diversity in the Geosciences
- Bell, Robin E.
Kastens, Kim Anne
Cane, Mark A.
Balstad, Roberta G.
Mutter, John Colin
Pfirman, Stephanie L.
- Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Earth and Environmental Sciences (Barnard College)
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
International and Public Affairs
Environmental Science (Barnard College)
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- The blatant barriers are down. Women are now routinely chief scientists on major cruises, lead field parties to all continents, and have risen to leadership positions in professional organizations, academic departments, and funding agencies. Nonetheless, barriers remain. Women continue to be under-represented in the Earth, ocean, and atmospheric sciences.
- Gender studies
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- Robin E. Bell, Kim Anne Kastens, Mark A. Cane, Roberta G. Balstad, John Colin Mutter, Stephanie L. Pfirman, 2003, Righting the Balance: Gender Diversity in the Geosciences, Columbia University Academic Commons, http://hdl.handle.net/10022/AC:P:10758.