At the end of a busy 12 months at the Quarterly Journal of Engineering Geology and Hydrogeology (QJEGH) the members of the Editorial Board can reflect on a year which has seen positive changes to the submissions rate and level of discussion in the Journal, and a significant increase in its Impact Factor (IF).1

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In 2006 QJEGH experienced a significant dip in submissions and the Editorial Board had put in place initiatives designed to address that problem. Further initiatives have been introduced throughout 2007 and submissions are currently at a record level of well in excess of 100 papers...

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