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Queer geoscientists need more than visibility

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Visibility is important, but to be truly inclusive, we need to create strong, resilient, and intersectional geoscience communities that confront the violence from both within and outside of academia, argues Rob Ulrich.

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Ulrich, R.N. Queer geoscientists need more than visibility. Nat Rev Earth Environ 2, 456–457 (2021).

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