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Author Guidelines

 

Paper Submission

The corresponding author would initially register to journal system and follow through-steps forward introduced by paper submission user interface. During the submission steps please DO NOT MISS TO ADD ALL CO-AUTHORS at submission steps within providing the full names, e-mail and affiliation information. Manuscripts should be submitted to the journal paper submission system in doc file format. 

Template Document for manuscript preparation.

 


Preparation of Manuscript


Authors are suggested to use prepared document for suitable manuscript submission. 

Your essay should include the Title Page, Abstract, Introduction, Material and Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgements and References. Besides if necessary sub-titles may be included under Introduction, Material and Methods, Results and Discussion sections.  Page of the papers are limited to 30 per paper with double spaced line to serve an intensive correction and review process. Page size is recommended as A4 for standardization of layout. 


In the Title Page authors must state Full title of the manuscript, Full names, Addresses /Affiliations of All Authors, e-mail addresses and corresponding author. They should explain the relevance of their manuscript to EJFS's scope. The Author(s) provide here 5 potential reviewer names, address/affiliation and e-mail addresses in the title page. 


The  Manuscript should be in English. 

The short Abstract should not excess 300 words.

The MainTitle of the article should not be written with more than 15 words and should well reflect the content of the study. Title should be written in bold and sentence order with 12 font size.

Names of Author/s; should place at title page. The affiliations; containing title, address and e-mail; should be given below the names of authors with asterisked numbers (as 1, 2, 3..) attached to the end of surnames. Corresponding author should be signed with (*).

Keywords should not be more than 8 words. 

At Introduction section the main points of the study should be indicated and the motivation reasons for editing the article should be strengthened with the references. If necessary, sub- and interval titles can be placed into Introduction section.

In the Materials and Methods section geographical position, climate, geographical, topographical geological properties, the major properties such as classification data related to the research subject, and sampling patterns should be described. The technical details of the operated methods should be given with its related references. The details about statistical methods also should be sentenced.

In the Results section the findings of study should be presented within statistically signification evaluation revealing similarities, variances and differences. If necessary, within avoiding from replications, table and graphic illustrations and descriptive illustration or photographs can be used.

In the Discussion section the achieved results should be discussed and compared with the related literature quotes. The reached final conclusion should explicitly be sentenced at the end of Discussion section. Besides, recommendations for further studies can also be mentioned.

In the Acknowledgements section; of financial support, advice or other kind of assistance should be given at the end of the text under the heading "Acknowledgements". The names of funding organizations should be written in full.

 

References

The References should all be written in its own language.

Multiple citations along the text must be in chronological order, separated by commas. Example of in-text citations:

(Comps 1990)

(Comps and Thibaut 1990, Comps et al. 1990)

(Comps et al. 1990a, Comps et al. 1990b, Thibaut and Comps 1995)

 

In the text references can be applied like the samples below:

 According to Brady (1990), soil microorganisms have significant roles in N and P transformations in soil.

 According to Fisher and Binkley (2000) soil microorganisms have significant roles in N and P transformations in soil.

 According to Couteaux et al. (2002) soil microorganisms have significant roles in N and P transformations in soil.

 

Forest soils are perceived one of the highest reserve and also sink for C cycle (Brady 1990).

Forest soils are perceived one of the highest reserve and also sink for C cycle (Fisher and Binkley 2000).

Forest soils are perceived one of the highest reserve and also sink for C cycle (Couteaux et al. 2002).

 

Article

Harlow, H.F. (1983). Fundamentals for preparing psychology journal articles. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55(30), 893-896.

Helle, P., Jarvinen, O. (1986). Population trends of North Finnish land birds in relation to their habitat selection and changes in forest structure. Oikos 46, 107-115.

Broome, A., Hendry, S., Peace, A. (2007). Annual and spatial variation in coning shown by the Forest Condition Monitoring programme data for Norway spruce, Sitka spruce and Scots pine in Britain. Forestry 80, 17-28.

 

Letter to the Editor

Moller, G. (2002, August). Ripples versus rumbles [Letter to the editor]. Scientific American, 287(2), 12.

 

Book Review

Baumeister, R.F. (1993). Exposing the self-knowledge myth [Review of the book The self-knower: A hero under control, by R. A. Wicklund & M. Eckert]. Contemporary Psychology, 38, 466-467.

 

Book

Bremner, J.M. (1996). Methods of Soil Analysis: Part 3. Chemical Methods. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI, pp. 1085-1121.

 

Chapter in Book

Mulvaney, R.L. (1996). Nitrogen inorganic forms. In: Sparks, D.L. (Ed.), Methods of Soil Analysis: Part 3. Chemical methods. Soil Science Society of America, Madison, WI, pp. 1123-1184.

 

Proceeding

Fredriksen R.L. (1971). Comparative chemical quality natural and disturbed streams following logging and slash burning. In: Proceedings of the Symposium on Coniferous Forest Land Use and Stream Environment. Oregon State University Press, Corvallis, Oregon, pp. 125-137.

 

Project

Bureau of Rural Sciences (2007). Climate and agricultural update: national report. Bureau of Rural Sciences Project Report. Australian Government, Canberra.

 

Thesis

Brye K.R. (1997). Water budget evaluation of natural and managed ecosystems employing an improved field drainage measurement technique. [Postgraduate Thesis] University of Wisconsin College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Madison, USA.

 

Technical/Scientific Report

Biological Diversity Advisory Committee (2008). Climate change and invasive species: a review of interactions. Biological Diversity Advisory Committee Technical Report. Biological Diversity Advisory Committee, Canberra.

 Bosnalı, R. (1996). Technical Report on Water Production Yield at Greenvalley Basin. 17 pp. Presented to General Forest Directorate (28.09.1996).

 

Web Page

 FAO (2006). Rural radio transmissions and rural youth in Mali. http://www.fao.org/sd/dim_kn1/kn1_060202_en.htm (Visited on date:27 /02/ 2006).

 

Table Structure

 The following image illustrates the basic structure of tables.

 

Table 1. The distribution of plant species per association and the related geographical factors.

 

Plant Species

Association

Altitude

(m) asl*

Soil type

Temperature (°C)

Distance from the trees (m)

Tectona grandis

Teak Plantation

1250

Ultisol

25±1.77

36±3.2

Shorea robusta

Mixed Forest

  

28±5.65

12±1.8

 

*Above sea level

 

Numbers. Number all tables with arabic numerals sequentially. Do not use suffix letters (e.g. Table 3a, 3b, 3c); instead, combine the related tables. If the manuscript includes an appendix with tables, identify them with capital letters and Arabic numerals (e.g. Table A1, Table B2).

Titles. Like the title of the paper itself, each table must have a clear and concise title. When appropriate, you may use the title to explain an abbreviation parenthetically.

 

Example: Comparison of Median Income of Adopted Children (AC) v. Foster Children (FC)

 

Headings. Keep headings clear and brief. The heading should not be much wider than the widest entry in the column. Use of standard abbreviations can aid in achieving that goal. All columns must have headings, even the stub column (see example structure), which customarily lists the major independent variables.

Body. In reporting the data, consistency is key: Numerals should be expressed to a consistent number of decimal places that is determined by the precision of measurement. Never change the unit of measurement or the number of decimal places in the same column.

 

Guidance for Figure Preparation

Each figure should be placed both in the running manuscript text and at the end of the manuscript (see the template manuscript), numbered with Arabic numerals according the way the figure is referenced in the main text (e.g. for Fig. 1 an appropriate file name could be fig1.jpg).

Figures must be 300dpi or above, at least 18.0 cm in width (full page, portrait page format) in EPS/PDF format (especially suitable for diagrams) or JPEG/TIFF format (preferred format for photos or images). Other accepted formats (though deprecated) are: PNG, BMP, GIF.

Diagrams and graphs should appear on a white background, with lines approximately 0.5 mm thick.

Graphs should not be gridded.

Each figure should be closely cropped to minimize the amount of white space surrounding the illustration.

Avoid as far as possible too complex figures.

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor submitted to another journal for consideration.



  2. A title page has been prepared containing full title of the manuscript, author full names, affiliations and e-mail addresses.
  3. All authors are registered to the Eurasian Journal of Forest Science as author roles.
  4. Figures and tables are provided both in the runnning text and at the end of the manuscript with consequent numbers and titles.
  5. The submission file is in Microsoft Word document file format.


  6. The text is 2 line space; uses a 12-point Times New Roman font. The A4 size page should be set up with 2.5 cm spaces from all directions.  

  7.  The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the  Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.


 

Copyright Notice

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Author's Certification

In submitting the manuscript, the authors certify that:

They are authorized by their co€authors to enter into these arrangements. The work described has not been published before (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture, review     or thesis), that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, that its publication has been approved by all the authors and by the responsible authorities€“tacitly or explicitly€“of the instituteswhere the work has been carried out. They secure the right to reproduce any material that has already been published or copyrighted elsewhere.

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