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The Second International Symposium on
Southeast Asian Water Environment


    Oral paper guideline

    The following notes are to help the authors to prepare the full paper which should be submitted via e-mail to asiasympo@env.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp as Microsoft Word file (.doc) only. Fax or post mail submission will not be accepted.

    When submitting your manuscript, please attach the Manuscript Submission Form (MS word file).


    Closing date for submission: August 15, 2004


    1. Authors' responsibilities

    2. Manuscript preparation

    3. Content

    4. Nomenclature and units

    5. Figures and tables

    6. References: citation in text

    7. List of references



    Template

    Format template for full manuscript (MS_Word file)

    Please insert text and figures without changing the format of the template.


    Printable version of the guidelines

    Full manuscript guidelines for oral session (MS_Word file)


    Manuscript submission form

    Manuscript submission form (MS_Word file)



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    1. Authors' responsibilities

    a) Corrections cannot be undertaken. Therefore, if the manuscript is not prepared in accordance with the instructions it may be omitted from the proceedings. Please use the Format template for full manuscript

    b)Manuscripts must be in good, grammatically correct English.

    c) All papers presented will be published in the symposium proceedings.; When necessary the author(s) must obtain permission to use or publish any other material protected by copyright.

    d) Selected papers might be published in a book.; Authors of those papers selected for publication in the book are expected to transfer the copyright.

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    2. Manuscript preparation

    a) Manuscripts should be provided in electronic form (by e-mail) in MSWord (.doc) format only. PC format is recommended. Please do not add macros or hidden text to the file. Do not divide the manuscript in different files; it has to be in a single file.

    b) The main body text should be typed justified with no indents, single line space. Insert one return between paragraphs, and a double return between paper title, authors' names, and addresses on the first page. Please use a Times 12 pt justified typeface. Do not insert page number.

    c) Title should be in bold face, centralized. Affiliation can be in 10 pt, plain face, centralized.

    d) Top margin should be 3 cm. Bottom, left and right margins, 2.5 cm.

    e) The maximum acceptable length of the complete article is 8 pages (standard A4 sheet). Insert figures and tables in the correct position in the article. The article should not exceed 2 megabytes in file size.

    f) When naming files, please incorporate the name of the first author into the filename.



    3. Content

    Manuscripts should be organized in the following order:

    • Title, author name(s), complete postal and electronic addresses for each author.
    • Abstract (max 200 words): specifying the aims of the work, the main results obtained, and the conclusions drawn.
    • Keywords: 3-6 keywords (in alphabetical order)
    • Main text: Introduction, Methods, Area descriptions, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgements
    • References

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    4. Nomenclature and units

    a)   Please use widely understood terminology and notations. Spell out abbreviations and acronyms in full at their first occurrence in the text.

    b)   International System of Units (SI) are strongly recommended. If non-SI units must be used, SI equivalents (or conversion factors) should be given.  Write equations in dimensionless form or in metric units.

     

    5. Figures and tables

    a) Figures and tables should be numbered consecutively according their sequence in the text, be described in the body of the text, and be positioned close to where they are first cited.

    b) Please provide caption for figures and tables.

    c) Tables should be as concise as possible and should not duplicate data that is available elsewhere in the paper.

    d) Photographs should have good contrast and intensity. Black and white photographs are preferred. Avoid using shading in figures.

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    6. References: citations in text

    a)  Use surname of author and year of publication, without initials: Kremer (1998) or (Kremer, 1998).   

    b)   Use ascending order of year, for instance: (Hanaki, 1996; Yagi and Nishimura, 1997; Seo and Ohgaki, 2001).  For two or more references published in the same year by the same author, differentiate by letters as following:  Asano (1976, 1991a, 1991b, 1998)

    c)   Use the terms "(in press)", "(submitted)" or "(in preparation)" if a reference has been accepted for publication but not published yet, has been submitted but not definitely accepted, or is still being prepared, respectively.

    d)   Use the abbreviation "et al." when reference has more than two co-authors.

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    7. List of references

    a) Please ensure that all publications cited in the text are included in the reference list, and that the dates and authors given in the text agree with those in the reference list. References must always be given in sufficient detail for the reader to locate the work cited. 

    b)  References should be listed alphabetically at the end of the paper. Although "et al." is preferable in the text, in the list of references all authors should be given.

    c)  In the case of publications in a language other than English, the original title is retained. However, the titles of publications in non-Latin alphabets should be transliterated, and a notation such as "(in Japanese)" or "(in Chinese, with English abstract)" should be added.

    d)  For journal reference style, please identify volume and issue as following:

    Otaki M., Yano K. and Ohgaki S. (1998). Virus removal in a membrane separation process. Wat. Sci. Tech., 37(10), 107-116.

    e)  For multi-author books:

    De Bonis P., Fattoruso G., Pagano A., Pasanisi F. (2002). Transport of pollutants in coastal areas: a comparison among different mathematical models. In: Appropriate Environmental and Solid Waste Management and Technologies for Developing Countries, G. Kocasoy, T. Atabarut and I. Nuhoglu (Eds), vol. 5, Bogaziši University Press, Istanbul, pp. 2741-2748.

    f)  For thesis:

    Hassan H. (1997). Water Quantity and Quality Assessment for Suwa Lake and Tenryu River Basin Regarding the Impact of Future Climate Change. PhD thesis, Department of Urban Engineering, The University of Tokyo.

    g)  For standard reference:

    The Chicago Manual of Style (1993). 14th ed., University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

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Updated: April 14, 2004