Outstanding Reviewers for Environmental Modelling and Software in 2008. Jakeman, A. J., Rizzoli, A. E., & Voinov, A. A. 24(10):1137–1138.
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[Excerpt] Established in 2007, the 'Outstanding Reviewer Awards' are being presented annually to recognize the dedication and efforts of our reviewers and to encourage high standards of constructive assessment in the journal. In 2008, 723 reviewers graciously offered their expertise to provide the editors with their professional advice on the scientific merit of works submitted to the journal. Ten awardees were shortlisted through consultation among the Editors, who considered the constructiveness and depths of reviews, the number of reviewers performed and the timeliness of the reviewers. We thank these awardees and all reviewers for contributing to the success of the journal and serving to advance EMS's aims, which are: • to improve our capacity to represent, understand, predict or manage the behaviour of environmental systems at all practical scales, and to communicate those improvements to a wide scientific and professional audience • to focus on problem-driven integrated approaches to addressing multiple issues; generic methods that relate to a wide range of modelling and software sectors; and credible well-evaluated applications that provide new insights and lessons for scientists and managers • to provide high quality and in-depth information about the latest advances in the science and decision support in a timely fashion. This year a special mention is given to Ioannis Athanasiadis as the ” Reviewer of the Year” for his exceptional commitment and valuable contributions to EMS. This award is only made when warranted, and Ioannis' outstanding efforts make him fully deserving of this recognition.
@article{jakemanOutstandingReviewersEnvironmental2009,
  title = {Outstanding Reviewers for {{Environmental Modelling}} and {{Software}} in 2008},
  author = {Jakeman, Anthony J. and Rizzoli, Andrea E. and Voinov, Alexey A.},
  date = {2009-10},
  journaltitle = {Environmental Modelling \& Software},
  volume = {24},
  pages = {1137--1138},
  issn = {1364-8152},
  doi = {10.1016/j.envsoft.2009.03.005},
  url = {https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsoft.2009.03.005},
  abstract = {[Excerpt] Established in 2007, the 'Outstanding Reviewer Awards' are being presented annually to recognize the dedication and efforts of our reviewers and to encourage high standards of constructive assessment in the journal. In 2008, 723 reviewers graciously offered their expertise to provide the editors with their professional advice on the scientific merit of works submitted to the journal. Ten awardees were shortlisted through consultation among the Editors, who considered the constructiveness and depths of reviews, the number of reviewers performed and the timeliness of the reviewers. We thank these awardees and all reviewers for contributing to the success of the journal and serving to advance EMS's aims, which are:

•

 to improve our capacity to represent, understand, predict or manage the behaviour of environmental systems at all practical scales, and to communicate those improvements to a wide scientific and professional audience •

 to focus on problem-driven integrated approaches to addressing multiple issues; generic methods that relate to a wide range of modelling and software sectors; and credible well-evaluated applications that provide new insights and lessons for scientists and managers •

 to provide high quality and in-depth information about the latest advances in the science and decision support in a timely fashion.

This year a special mention is given to Ioannis Athanasiadis as the ” Reviewer of the Year” for his exceptional commitment and valuable contributions to EMS. This award is only made when warranted, and Ioannis' outstanding efforts make him fully deserving of this recognition.},
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  number = {10}
}
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