For Authors

 

Please submit your paper to the upcoming Geoscience Notes which will be published in December 2013.
Please follow the guide for authors below to complete the submission. Please send the files to anna.pietranik@ing.uni.wroc.pl.


Preparation of the research and review article

1. Structure of the paper

The papers should be submitted as Word (.doc or .rtf - Text and Tables) + jpeg, tiff (Figures) files.
The manuscript should include:
- title,
- affiliations of all authors and email and telephone number of the corresponding author,
- abstract (max. 300 words),
- abstract in Polish,
- keywords (3 to 5),
- introduction: the section should clearly state objectives of the work, should present wide overview of the problem and narrow it to the particular research study,
- study area description: the section should present concise description of the location and geological setting and also cite all previos work done in the area,
- materials and methods: the section should present enough information for the experiment to be reproduced,
- results: the datasets should be presented in Tables and plots accompanied by concise description,
- discussion: the section should present interpretation of the presented datasets and their implication, it should explicitly show why the work was important and how it followed or built upon previous work,
- conclusions: the section should stress the “take-home” message of the manuscript,
- acknowledgements: the section should list here those individuals who provided help during the research and funding bodies,
- references. In the text references should have following format: Grove et al. (1999), (Manatschal 2004), Wenk and Bulakh (2004).

References list outline:
Grove T.L., S.W. Parmans, J.C. Dann. 1999. Conditions of magma generation for Archean komatiites from the Barberton Mountainland, South Africa. Geochemical Society Special Publications, 6, pp. 155-167.
Manatschal G. 2004. New models for evolution of magma-poor rifted margins based on a review of data and concepts from West Iberia and the Alps. Geologische Rundschau, 93, pp. 432-466.
Wenk H.-R., A. Bulakh. 2004. Minerals. Their constitution and origin. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 1-646.

2. Font

Use Times New Roman, or Arial font, 12 pts, double line spacing. Number lines of the manuscript to facilitate review process.

3. Figures
- Make sure you use uniform lettering and sizing in all of your figures.
- Only use the following fonts in your illustrations: Arial, Times New Roman, Calibri, Symbol.
- Number the figures as they appear in the text.
- Provide captions to illustrations separately at the end of the manuscript.
- Produce images near to the desired size of the printed version.
- Keep vector drawings and color or grayscale photographs to a minimum of 300 dpi TIFF (or JPEG) format.
- Submit each figure as a separate file.

4. Tables
Number tables as they appear in the text. Keep the title of the table concise and place all detailed explanation as footnotes to tables below the table body and indicate them with superscript lowercase letters.

5. Supplementary Material
Submit all the data not presented in the text as .xls or .rtf files. The data will appear as on-line supplementary dataset and the information on the data will be included in the printed version of the manuscript.

 

Preparation of the data report

• Structure of the paper

The papers should be submitted as Word (.doc or .rtf - Text and Tables) + jpeg, tiff (Figures) files.
The manuscript should include:
- title,
- affiliations of all authors and email and telephone number of the corresponding author,
- abstract (max. 300 words),
- abstract in Polish,
- keywords (3 to 5),
- introduction /geological setting: the section should present short summary of research area from which samples were collected with appropriate references,
- sample characteristic: the section should include information on sampling method and description of the samples,
- methodology: the section should present detailed information on analytical technique used to analyze the samples as well as discussion on uncertainties,
- results: short description of data and the table with all the results,
- acknowledgements,
- references.

 

Preparation of the Field trip to...

• Structure of the paper

The papers should be submitted as Word (.doc or .rtf - Text and Tables) + jpeg, tiff (Figures) files.
The manuscript should include:
- title,
- affiliations of all authors and email and telephone number of the corresponding author,
- abstract (max. 300 words),
- abstract in Polish,
- keywords (3 to 5),
- introduction /geological setting: the section should present a brief description of geological settings or research area in which the studied locality is set,
- field description: should stress the aspect of the locality, which is interesting for geoscientists,
- presentation and interpretation of the field data available for the descibed site,
- acknowledgements,
- references.


For the details of References, Figures and Tables preparation see the section 'Preparation of the research and review article'

 

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