While shredding a small forest's worth of paper today, I found something cool - back when I was still a post-doc, I was sent a scientific paper to review. I pretty much tore it to shreds, in a constructive way - but I found the printout I made of what I said and I wondered what became of that paper and whether it was ever published.
Now I found my review again, I had a look for the paper, and here it is! It was by Steve Vance, and it was published in Icarus in 2005. And I am happy to note that they did incorporate most of my suggested fixes and they explained what I thought wasn't clear, and they thank me for my review in the Acknowledgements at the end :).
My science career may not have worked out for me, but it's nice to know that (beyond my LPSC abstracts) I did do something to make someone's Science better :)http://www.academia.edu/507478/Layering_and_double-diffusion_style_convection_in_Europas_ocean