Many of the geoscientists working in the resource exploration companies rarely publish. When they do write a paper, it is likely about a project involving multiple business teams and using workflows they think are technically sound. The submission likely has required approval by a few levels of management. A denial of publication, routine as it may be for the peer-reviewed journal, if not framed constructively, sends a negative message to the authors’ peers and their management. Some authors may become reticent in publishing, and young careers may be derailed. While maintaining a high standard, Interpretation strives to make submissions to...

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