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Popping the Geosciences’ Bubble of Limited Diversity

Eiler, John M. (2020) Popping the Geosciences’ Bubble of Limited Diversity. Elements, 16 (4). p. 223. ISSN 1811-5217. doi:10.2138/gselements.16.4.223.

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One of the pleasures of serving as a principal editor of Elements is working with people from across the whole Earth science community, many from places, subjects and institutions who I wouldn’t encounter in the rest of my professorial life. This issue is a good example: its contributing authors and editors include men and women from four continents and seven countries, studying everything from isotope geochemistry to mining to advanced batteries to medical biochemistry, while working in universities, national labs, technology and mining companies, consulting agencies, and a medical center. This breadth reflects the efforts Elements makes to assure that the words in our pages capture the full range of insights and experiences of the diverse minds that are engaged in the Earth sciences. We are proud that many issues of Elements have authors and editors that almost represent a cross section of the world.

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Deposited By: Tony Diaz
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