July 24, 2021

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Michael Fischer wins Journal Editor’s Award from the Royal Meteorological Society – Hurricane Research Division

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Dr Michael Fischer received the Quarterly Journal Reviewer’sawards Certificate in recognition of his important contribution as reviewer for the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. Michael has taken on a high number of reviews in the area of tropical cyclones, bringing his expertise in observations and modelling to the review process. His reviews have been thorough and their high quality was recognised by our Associate Editors at QJ.

We are pleased to have this opportunity to show our appreciation for his valued contribution in maintaining the high quality of papers in the Quarterly Journal.

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It is a great honour to have been awarded one of the Quarterly Journal Prize Reviewer’s Certificates for 2020. The peer review process is a critical component in the advancement of our science. Although the process comes with the burden of ensuring the quality and clarity of the science is maximized, I find performing peer reviews to be a rewarding experience as it allows me to learn about cutting-edge research as well as new and effective ways to communicate. Sometimes the time-consuming nature of performing reviews can overshadow the rewarding aspects, so I sincerely appreciate that the Quarterly Journal has such awards to recognize the effort put into the review process. I would like to thank the editors at the Quarterly Journal for this recognition and look forward to continue serving as a reviewer for such an excellent journal.

See all the award winners at https://www.rmets.org/journal-editors-awards-2020.


2021-06-14 16:55:12

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