Instructions for authors
quarterly Polish Polar Research
invites original scientific papers, dealing with all aspects of polar research.
The journal aims to provide a forum for publication of high quality research
papers, which are of international interest.
must be written in English. Authors are requested to have their manuscript read
by a person fluent in English before submission. All manuscripts should be
submitted in one paper copy and on CD. They should be not longer than 30
typescript pages, including tables, figures and references. All papers are
peer-reviewed. With the submitted manuscript authors should provide the names,
addresses and e-mail addresses of three suggested reviewers.
contribution should be submitted as Word file. It should be prepared in
single-column double-spaced format and 25 mm margins. Consult a recent issue of
the journal for layout and conventions (http://www.polish.polar.pan.pl).
Prepare figures and tables as separate files. For computer-generated graphics,
editor Corel Draw is preferred. Line art images should be scanned and saved as
bitmap (black and white) images at a resolution of 600-1200 dpi and tightly
cropped. Computer versions of the photographs should be saved in TIFF format of
at least 400 dpi (non-interpolated). Maximal publication size of illustrations
is 126 x 196 mm.
should be concise and informative, no longer than 15 words. Abstract should have
no more than 250 words. The authors are requested to supply up to 5 keywords.
The references should be arranged alphabetically and chronologically. Journal
names should not be abbreviated. Please, ensure that every reference
cited in the text is also present in the reference list and vice versa.
Responsibility for the accuracy of bibliographic citations lies entirely with
the authors. References in the text to papers should consist of the surname of
the author(s) followed by the year of publication. More than two authors should
be cited with the first author’s surname, followed by et al. (Dingle
et al. 1998) but in full in the References.
S.A., Marenssi S.A. and
Lavelle M. 1998. High latitude Eocene climate deterioration: evidence
from the northern Antarctic Peninsula. Journal of South American Earth
Sciences 11: 571-579.
K. 1991. Tertiary glaciation in the South Shetland Islands, West Antarctica:
evaluation of data. In: M.R.A. Thomson, J.A. Crame and J.W. Thomson (eds)
Geological Evolution of Antarctica. Cambridge University Press,
J.B. 1999. Antarctic
Marine Geology. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 289 pp.
reprints of each article published are supplied free of charge. Additional
charged reprints can be ordered.
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of the Polish Academy of Sciences Warszawa 2011
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