Well, it's here - my last Editor's Foreword after four years of being the editor in chief of the Journal of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics. My tenure will expire at the end of 2020, at which time two new co-editors will take the reins and continue moving forward in expanding the journal's prestige, outreach, and influence on the near surface geophysical community across the globe. I feel very honored to have held the title of editor and to have worked to improve the journal in every way that I could.

When I started this position, a main focus was on...

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