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- Dr. Annett Büttner, Senior Editor (Geochemistry, Geology, Mineralogy, Paleoclimatology & Volcanology)
- Dr. Robert K. Doe, Executive Editor (Geography, Climate, Meteorology, Atmospheric Sciences)
- Ron Doering, Editor (Biogeosciences, Earth System Sciences, Geography, Geology & Oceanography)
- Dr. Nabil Khélifi, Senior Editor (Responsible for Springer’s publishing activities in the Middle East and Northern Africa)
- Juliana Pitanguy, Editor (Urban Geography, Urban Studies, Urban Planning, Regional Development & Latin American studies)
- Zachary Romano, Editor (Geography)
- Dr. Sherestha Saini, Senior Editor (Climate Change, Paleoenvironmental Sciences, Paleontology, Geobiology & Geoecology)
- Petra van Steenbergen, Executive Editor (Hydrology and Water Resources, Geotechnical Engineering, Natural Hazards, Coastal Science, Remote Sensing, Petroleum Geoscience and Mineral Resources, Geophysics, Solid Earth Sciences and Energy)
- Dr. Christian Witschel, Editorial Director Earth Sciences
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Meet Venkat Lakshmi, Editor-in-Chief of the new journal "Remote Sensing in Earth System Science."
Venkat Lakshmi serves as Carolina Trustee Professor at the University of South Carolina’s School of Earth, Ocean, and the Environment. Lakshmi has been at South Carolina since 1999, and during his tenure has also served as Visiting Professorial Fellow at the University of South Wales School of Civil and Environmental Engineering and as Cox Visiting Professor at Stanford University’s Department of Geophysics.