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This editorial for the 1 January 2010 (Volume 23, Number 1) issue of the Journal of Climate marks a transition. After five years of truly outstanding service to the expanding community of climate scientists worldwide, Andrew Weaver is ending his term as Chief Editor. I offer my heartfelt thanks to Andrew, on behalf of all of the authors, reviewers, and readers of the Journal of Climate, for his hard work and dedication to the climate science community. During Andrew’s tenure, the Journal of Climate has maintained its reputation as one of the world’s leading

This editorial for the 1 January 2010 (Volume 23, Number 1) issue of the Journal of Climate marks a transition. After five years of truly outstanding service to the expanding community of climate scientists worldwide, Andrew Weaver is ending his term as Chief Editor. I offer my heartfelt thanks to Andrew, on behalf of all of the authors, reviewers, and readers of the Journal of Climate, for his hard work and dedication to the climate science community. During Andrew’s tenure, the Journal of Climate has maintained its reputation as one of the world’s leading

This editorial for the 1 January 2010 (Volume 23, Number 1) issue of the Journal of Climate marks a transition. After five years of truly outstanding service to the expanding community of climate scientists worldwide, Andrew Weaver is ending his term as Chief Editor. I offer my heartfelt thanks to Andrew, on behalf of all of the authors, reviewers, and readers of the Journal of Climate, for his hard work and dedication to the climate science community. During Andrew’s tenure, the Journal of Climate has maintained its reputation as one of the world’s leading

This editorial for the 1 January 2010 (Volume 23, Number 1) issue of the Journal of Climate marks a transition. After five years of truly outstanding service to the expanding community of climate scientists worldwide, Andrew Weaver is ending his term as Chief Editor. I offer my heartfelt thanks to Andrew, on behalf of all of the authors, reviewers, and readers of the Journal of Climate, for his hard work and dedication to the climate science community. During Andrew’s tenure, the Journal of Climate has maintained its reputation as one of the world’s leading

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