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PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPTS

Manuscripts must be submitted only in English and authors must take utmost care to avoid grammatical mistakes. Manuscripts should be prepared in Times New Roman of 12 pt. font and in MS-word format with double spacing.

MANUSCRIPT STRUCTURE

Authors are required to follow the following manuscript structure of the journal

  • Title of the manuscript followed by the name(s) of the author(s); their affiliation and address; e-mail address, telephone number of the corresponding author
  • Abstract
  • Keywords
  • Introduction
  • Materials and Methods (or) Study area and Methodology
  • Results and Discussion
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgements
  • References

ABSTRACT

The Abstract should be concise and informative. The abstract should briefly explain the topic, state the scope of the experiments, principle results, and point out major findings and conclusions. The Abstract should be 100 to 200 words that sketch the important findings of the study and in general, it is presented separately from the article, so that it must be able to stand alone. Standard nomenclature should be used and abbreviations should be avoided.

KEYWORDS

Following the abstract, provide 4 to 6 key words which will be used for indexing purposes. Choose the keywords which will reflect your research work and makes your article easily noticeable in literature database.

INTRODUCTION

The Introduction should provide a clear statement on the objectives of the problem, the relevant literature on the subject, and the proposed approach or solution. Authors are instructed not to provide a detailed literature survey or a summary of the results in this section.

MATERIALS AND METHODS

The Materials and Methods section should provide clear descriptions and explanation of the experimental procedures to allow the work to be reproduced by other researchers. Clearly indicate the exact references which describing the experiments/analysis and any modifications in the methodology should be mentioned which will allow other users to get benefitted.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

Results should be presented with clarity and those results which are essential for the study alone should be included. Repetition of data in tabular and graphical forms should be avoided. Discussion and interpretation of the published literature should be avoided. The discussions may relate the new findings to the internationally accepted facts and may mention the advantages of the new findings in a logical manner.

CONCLUSION

This section should highlight the major findings of the present work without any references. Detailed discussion and interpretation should be avoided in this section.

FIGURES AND TABLES

All figures are to be numbered and cited in the text using Arabic numerals as Fig 1. Figure legends should be typed in numerical order on a separate sheet and not to be attached to the figure. Information given in legends should not be repeated in the text. Figures in JPEG, TIFF or in MS word format is accepted.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Individuals who provided assistance in the preparation of the manuscript or assisted in the research work and the name of the funding organizations may be acknowledged before the list of reference.

REFERENCES

  • References in the text should be cited first by name and year in parentheses as (Jankowski and Acworth 1997), (Vega et al. 1998). References should be arranged in the alphabetical order under the reference section of your manuscript. Authors should take much care in the accuracy of the references. Journals and books must be in the following format:
  • Meybeck M (1987). Global chemical weathering of surficial rocks estimated from river dissolved loads. Am J Sci. 287:401–428.
  • Edmond JM, Palwer MR, Measures CF, Grant B and Stallard RF (1995). The fluvial geochemistry and denudation rate of the Guayana Shield in Venezuela. Geochim Coscochim Acta. 59:3301–3323
  • Domenico PA (1972) Concepts and models in groundwater hydrology. McGraw-Hill, New York.

Copyright

After the manuscript accepted for publication, corresponding author will be required to sign a copyright transfer form.

Proofs

E-proofs will be sent to the corresponding author which will be considered as the final version of the manuscript. Except typographical or minor alignment errors, no major changes will be allowed to made in the manuscript at this stage.

All correspondence should be addressed to The Editor, EnviroGeoChimica Acta alongwith the manuscript reference number.

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