This is a very neat week, because it is the week between National Science Day and International Women's Day. We'll be celebrating women in science all week, culminating in a brand-new Pioneering Women in the Geosciences post. Super!

I figured now would be the perfect time to start a list of women currently active in the geoblogosphere. I put out the word on Twitter and G+, and got lots of responses, but I'll bet you I've missed any number of awesome women who write about the earth sciences. If you know someone who should be on the list, please drop me a comment with link to their blog! If you have trouble commenting here, you can leave a comment on this post at En Tequila Es Verdad, or catch me on Twitter.

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Women in the Geoblogosphere

A Cartographer's Toolkit by Gretchen Peterson

Clasticphile by Marisa Boraas

Earthtime by Ellen Morris Bishop

Four Degrees by Flo Bullough and

GeoEd Trek by Laura Guertin

GeoLog and Geology Jenga by Laura Roberts-Artal

GeoMika and SpaceMika by Mika McKinnon

Georneys and Geokittehs by Evelyn Mervine

Highly Allochthonous by Anne Jefferson

In the Company of Plants and Rocks by Hollis Marriot

Letters from Gondwana by Fernanda Castano

Looking for Detachment by Silver Fox

Magma Cum Laude by Jessica Ball

Maitri's VatulBlog by Maitri Erwin

Musings of a Clumsy Paleontologist by Gimpasaura

Ordovician Weekly by Allison Young

Patterns of Nature by Bethany Ellis

Pseudoplocephalus by Victoria Arbour

Rock-Head Science by Sandie Will

Rosetta Stones and En Tequila Es Verdad by Dana Hunter

Shaken, Not Stirred! The Volcano Diaries by Kathi

Shaman of the Atheistic Sciences by Lisa Buckley

Simplement Géologie by Catherine Breton

Snapshots from Space by Emily Lakdawalla

Watching for Rocks by Nina Fitzgerald

I'm looking for all the women geobloggers! The criteria are simple: 1. A woman must be either the primary or coblogger; 2. The blog deals in at least one aspect of the earth sciences; 3. The blog must have been active within one year. All languages welcome! Do you know someone who should be included? Let me know!