Peer review is at the heart of the scientific endeavor, ensuring that high‐quality discoveries are communicated in effective and impactful ways. As a voluntary and mostly anonymous effort, peer review is often poorly recognized. But it is so valuable to journal Editors, and we are often so impressed by the incredibly detailed, constructive, and informative reviews that we get back from reviewers. In 2019, GeoHealth benefited from more than 94 reviews provided by 73 of our peers for papers submitted to the journal. Thank you all for being such an important part of the scientific process, advancing the communication of discoveries at the intersections of the environmental and health sciences to improve society.
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