Web sites with information specifically regarding peer support for women in GIS. Read interviews about women in this field or find GIS related support groups.
Women in GIS LinkedIn Group
Connect with other women GIS professionals on LinkedIn.
Women in GIS (WIGIS)
Pronounced “wahjus” after the group’s acronym WIGIS, this networking group seeks to promote the visibility of women in the geospatial industry field.
Women in Geospatial
This professional networking group seeks to promote gender-equality in the geospatial industry. The group hosts an active Slack network. To apply to join the channel, fill out the interest form.
Women’s Geospatial Forum
Hosted on Esri’s GeoNet, the Women’s Geospatial Forum was launched as a place for “women across all geospatial sectors to find information and resources, ask technical or professional questions, and engage in discussions with women and allies in the GIS industry.”
Women in Spatial (NZ)
This LinkedIn networking group was launched about five years ago as a way to provide information to those working (or seeking a job) in GIS in New Zealand. Members of the group can access GIS related tips, job listings, access to speakers, and geospatial industry news. The group also has local branches in Wellington, Auckland, Christchurch, and some of the smaller regions in New Zealand.
Supporting Women in Geography and GIS (SWIGGIS)
Based in Austin, Texas, SWIGIS is an “organization of female geospatial professionals dedicated to the awareness, education and participation in geography and GIS.” Members can participate in social and educational events in the Austin area.
Women and GIS: Mapping Their Stories: a collection of twenty-three profiles featuring women professionals who use GIS published by Esri Press.
We are all cartographers: Interview by the Mappyist Hour Podcast with Sarah Bell, a cartographer with Esri and Co-Founder of Petrichor(dot)studio.
“Lindsey the GIS Specialist”: This free children’s book follows Lindsey, who works as a GIS specialist, as she explains what the acronym GIS means, the different types of GIS data, how she collects data, and what some of the maps she makes are used for.
Women in GIS Series: Now defunct series of occasional interviews spotlighting women who work in the field of GIS. From Directions Magazine.
Researchers have compiled an enormous global dataset with over four trillion satellite-based measurements of sea surface temperature.
Researchers have developed a high-resolution GIS dataset of river systems using remotely sensed data and OpenStreetMap data.
A Python language spatial package, called EarthPy, has been released for free download for working with GIS data.