Thank You to Our 2021 Reviewers

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Caprarelli, Graziella, Altintas, Ilkay, Baratoux, David, Cervato, Cinzia, Diviacco, Paolo, Donea, Alina, Donnellan, Andrea, Gentemann, Chelle, Glaves, Helen M., Jiang, Jonathan H., Jones, Cathleen E., Maute, Astrid, Pirenne, Benoit, Pryor, Sara C., Tiampo, Kristy and Xie, Zunyi. 2022. "Thank You to Our 2021 Reviewers." Earth and Space Science. 9 (4). https://doi.org/10.1029/2022EA002372
Article Title

Thank You to Our 2021 Reviewers

ERA Journal ID212307
Article CategoryEditorial
AuthorsCaprarelli, Graziella, Altintas, Ilkay, Baratoux, David, Cervato, Cinzia, Diviacco, Paolo, Donea, Alina, Donnellan, Andrea, Gentemann, Chelle, Glaves, Helen M., Jiang, Jonathan H., Jones, Cathleen E., Maute, Astrid, Pirenne, Benoit, Pryor, Sara C., Tiampo, Kristy and Xie, Zunyi
Journal TitleEarth and Space Science
Journal Citation9 (4)
Article Numbere2022EA002372
Number of Pages9
Year2022
PublisherAmerican Geophysical Union
Place of PublicationUnited States
ISSN2333-5084
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1029/2022EA002372
Web Address (URL)https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2022EA002372
Abstract

On behalf of the Editorial Board and Staff of Earth and Space Science, I thank the reviewers whose selfless dedication to science has ensured, once again, that the papers published in our journal in 2021 highlight the best Earth and space science in a manner that does justice to the authors and their work. All of us at Earth Peer reviewing is a demanding and often thankless job. It is however an essential component of the scientific process, ensuring the highest standards of integrity and rigor. Without the work of reviewers, who check data and procedures for possible bias and to ensure reproducibility, and who share their expertise to verify that the interpretations and conclusions of a paper are consistent with assumptions and existing knowledge, it would not be possible to trust in the scientific process. Our journal is particularly indebted to our reviewers: Earth and Space Science is a multidisciplinary journal that highlights methods, instruments, data and algorithms, and therefore we rely heavily on the direct expertise of our reviewers to verify and vouch for the quality of the papers we publish. We are indebted to all our reviewers, and we are delighted to acknowledge them publicly in this Editorial.

Byline AffiliationsCentre for Astrophysics
University of California, United States
Geosciences Environnement Toulouse, France
Iowa State University, United States
National Institute of Oceanography and Applied Geophysics, Italy
Monash University
California Institute of Technology (Caltech), United States
Farallon Institute, United States
Environmental Science Centre, United Kingdom
National Center for Atmospheric Research, United States
University of Victoria, Canada
Cornell University, United States
University of Colorado Boulder, United States
Henan University, China
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