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DEADLINE for sending full papers: January 31, 2011
GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS
for Proceedings of the 6th ISCA Congress, 2010, Demanovska Valley, Slovakia
Dear authors, your full papers should have the structure below, font and other text formatting is not prescribed – they will be adapted by editors. All texts should be in English.
Title of the paper
The name(s) of the author(s) and their addresses
max. 300 words
4 to 6 keywords
Max. 5000 words, all references should be cited in the text (e.g. Slabe 1995; Ford & Williams 2007; Kempe et al. 2003) and in full form given in the Reference list at the end.
Tables can be inserted in text in desired place, or title of table cited in text in the right place and table itself given at the end of the text in the List of tables. Tables should be made in word processor.
Figures should be only cited in text as: Fig. Number; title of figure should be given at the end in the List of figures and the figure itself attached as separate file with the proper name.
The reference list should be in alphabetical order, entries from the same author should be ordered by date, starting with the oldest
See citation examples for details (one author, two and more authors / journal article, book, chapter in an edited book, conference proceedings):
Cigna, A. A. 1978: A Classification of Karstic Phenomena. International Journal of Speleology, 10, 1, 3-9.
Mylroie, J. R. &Mylroie, J. E. 2007: Development of the carbonate island karst model. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, 69, 1, 59-75.
Audra, Ph., Hoblea, F., Bigot, J.-Y. &Nobécourt, J.-C. 2007: The role of condensation corrosion in thermal speleogenesis. Study of a hypogenic sulfidic cave in Aix-les-Bains, France. Acta Carsologica, 36, 2, 185-194.
Ford, D. C. & Williams, P. W. 1989: Karst Geomorphology and Hydrology. Academic Division of Unwin Hyman Ltd, London, 601 p.
Lauritzen, S. E. & Lundberg, J. 2000: Solutional and erosional morphology. In Klimchouk, A. B., Ford, D. C., Palmer, A. N. &Dreybrodt, W. (eds.): Speleogenesis. Evolution of Karst Aquifers. Huntsville, Alabama, U. S. A., pp. 408-426.
Skinner, C. E. 1993: Open vertical volcanic conduits: a preliminary investigation of an unusual volcanic cave form with examples from Newberry volcano and the central High Cascades of Oregon. In Halliday, W. R. (ed.): Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Vulcanospeleology, July 30 – August 1, 1982, Bend, Oregon. Vancouver, Washington, pp. 7-16.
List of tables
If not given in text. Table no., caption and table itself.
List of figures
All figure captions in a uniform list (Fig. 1. Description, etc.), each figure should be submitted in a separate file, do not embed figures in text, vector graphics are accepted only in eps (Encapsulated Postscript) format with “text as curves” option, rasterfigures and photos should be in one of the common types (e.g. tiff, jpg) – resolution must be at least 300 dpi, raster files of line drawings should have resolution of 600 dpi, all figures will be printed in greyscale