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  1. Ian Wacogne, Deputy Editor, E&P

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It is always good to hear from you how you think your journal could be improved. I try to respond positively when people email me (see email address below). I am writing this on the train on the way home from the journal's annual retreat, which, when I was first invited to one, I thought would be held in a monastery or some suitably contemplative place. Actually, we were in one of those conferencing rooms which could have been in any place in the world, but was in fact in London. The journal editors were from across the UK, Europe and the US, all with huge expertise in their areas, some with national and international reputations. I had to give a short presentation, sandwiched between the data on how the journal is doing and robust discussions about our new manuscript handling system. I used the chance …

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