Volunteer support is vital to the success of a society journal, and Interpretation is fortunate to have many engaged editors, reviewers, and authors who contribute their time and expertise to advancing the practice of subsurface interpretation through publication. This issue’s From the Editor provides an overview of the editorial structure of the journal and the roles and responsibilities of those who volunteer for the journal.

The editor-in-chief (EIC) and deputy EIC are selected by copublishers SEG and AAPG every three years. These editors typically have been high-performing members of the editorial board, which consists of associate editors focused on facilitating...

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