It is with both trepidation and excitement that I approach my term as Scientific Editor of the Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology (QJEGH). Trepidation when I think of the need to live up to the achievements of previous Scientific Editors; excitement given the challenge of shaping the journal for the future. Considering the position of the journal in this its fortieth volume I cannot help but wonder what the editors of Volume 1, Issue 1 in 1967 would think of the landmark achieved this year. This anniversary helps to define my challenge – namely ensuring that the journal...

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