Outstanding Reviewers for Environmental Modelling and Software in 2010. Jakeman, A. J., Rizzoli, A. E., Voinov, A. A., Athanasiadis, I. N., & Chen, S. 31:1–2.
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[Excerpt] Environmental Modelling and Software's high reputation would not be possible without the support from our reviewers who dedicate their expertise and time to help ensure the works published meet our high standard of scientific rigour and utility. In 2010, the journal was supported by 804 reviewers whose time and efforts are very much appreciated. While we are very grateful to every single one of our reviewers, we have shortlisted ten to receive Outstanding Reviewer Awards which recognize the considerable commitment and enthusiasm of those reviewers. The selection was based on the constructiveness and depths of reviews, the number of reviews performed and timeliness of reviewers. We also would like to give a special mention to Stefano Marsili-Libelli, who will receive our highest distinction of 'Reviewer of the Year' for his exceptional contributions to the journal. Thank you to the awardees and all reviewers for contributing to the success of the journal in being first rate in its niche - generic methods and software that cross environmental sectors, integrated and collaborative modelling for interdisciplinary problems, and environmental decision support. It is not just the Journal that benefits from the efforts of these people. It is also our authors who are able to produce better papers, which get better acceptance and more citations. The reviewers provide a very important, and often under-appreciated, service to the scientific society and environmental management community at large. It is because of their altruism and goodwill that we can improve our papers and their inherent contribution to research. So our thanks are not just from the Editors and Board, but are on behalf of all the authors, some of whom had the opportunity to witness first-hand the quality and perceptiveness of reviews produced by our best ten.
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  title = {Outstanding Reviewers for {{Environmental Modelling}} and {{Software}} in 2010},
  author = {Jakeman, Anthony J. and Rizzoli, Andrea E. and Voinov, Alexey A. and Athanasiadis, Ioannis N. and Chen, Serena},
  date = {2012-05},
  journaltitle = {Environmental Modelling \& Software},
  volume = {31},
  pages = {1--2},
  issn = {1364-8152},
  doi = {10.1016/j.envsoft.2012.01.010},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2012.01.010},
  abstract = {[Excerpt] Environmental Modelling and Software's high reputation would not be possible without the support from our reviewers who dedicate their expertise and time to help ensure the works published meet our high standard of scientific rigour and utility. In 2010, the journal was supported by 804 reviewers whose time and efforts are very much appreciated. While we are very grateful to every single one of our reviewers, we have shortlisted ten to receive Outstanding Reviewer Awards which recognize the considerable commitment and enthusiasm of those reviewers. The selection was based on the constructiveness and depths of reviews, the number of reviews performed and timeliness of reviewers. We also would like to give a special mention to Stefano Marsili-Libelli, who will receive our highest distinction of 'Reviewer of the Year' for his exceptional contributions to the journal.

Thank you to the awardees and all reviewers for contributing to the success of the journal in being first rate in its niche - generic methods and software that cross environmental sectors, integrated and collaborative modelling for interdisciplinary problems, and environmental decision support. It is not just the Journal that benefits from the efforts of these people. It is also our authors who are able to produce better papers, which get better acceptance and more citations. The reviewers provide a very important, and often under-appreciated, service to the scientific society and environmental management community at large. It is because of their altruism and goodwill that we can improve our papers and their inherent contribution to research. So our thanks are not just from the Editors and Board, but are on behalf of all the authors, some of whom had the opportunity to witness first-hand the quality and perceptiveness of reviews produced by our best ten.},
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