By now, the summer field season has ended and we are all left with a large pile of data to sift through. It really is a good position to be in because the possibilities of new discoveries are endless and exciting to think about. Personally, I have about four projects that I think would make an interesting contribution to the geophysical sciences, and at least one of those will grace the pages of JEEG (if it passes review, of course). I really do think this journal is a great platform to get work into print rapidly. Towards that effort, we...

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