I am a PhD candidate working in fields related to environmental sciences and climatology, and have recently finished the revisions/corrections for my first peer-reviewed manuscript.
Unfortunately, I did not get to be the corresponding author for this first submission, for which I collected all data and wrote the paper. Therefore, my first supervisor submitted the revisions instead. However, this was done without informing me and, more importantly, before I could carry out final checks on the manuscript to make sure all the figure references and citations were correct...
Immediately after submission of the revisions by my supervisor, I have checked the manuscript and found the following errors:
One full reference is missing, but cited in-text (out of a total of 80 references).
One Figure reference early on in the manuscript was deleted by my supervisor, which now means the figures are presented in the wrong order...
Another Figure reference has a minor typo ("Fig. 4a" instead of "Fig. 4").
My supervisor has refused to re-submit the corrected version of the manuscript, even though the corrections were only submitted yesterday evening. I am asking for expert advice and opinions on what my best course of action is. Can the above errors be the decisive factor in rejecting my paper for publication, even if the reviewers comments were otherwise addressed objectively well? My fear is that the paper will be rejected as "sloppy" (i.e. the revised paper should be perfect in terms of referencing and citations).