| INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
The scope of Geologia Sudetica
extends over the whole range of geological studies carried out in the Sudetes
and adjacent areas. Original papers on research in all fields of the geosciences
concerned with this region are suitable. The submitted paper cannot be
already published or be currently under consideration, either in part or
in full, for publication elsewhere.
Papers will be reviewed by two
referees and the editors’ decision about acceptance or rejection is
Papers including all figures,
tables and references should not be longer than 60 double spaced manuscript
Three copies of the text
with tables and figures should be submitted. Generally no text formatting
is allowed except for double-spacing, left-margin justification, empty
lines to single out headings (hierarchy shown in Roman numerals in pencil
in the left-hand margin), indentation to mark new paragraphs (no empty
lines between paragraphs), and relevant usage of capitals and italics in
the reference list.
The first text page should
contain the title of the paper, the name(s) of the author(s), their institutional
address(es), key words, a running head and an abstract. Please, consult
a recent issue for the style to be adopted while preparing the text.
The abstract should not
be more than 300 words and should be informative, with a condensation of
the results and interpretations, not a summary of the text.
The text should contain
a statement of the problem, an indication of the approach taken, a report
on data and observations, proposed interpretations and a discussion, and
the conclusions reached.
The list of references should
be double-spaced, without indentations, following the journal style. If
in doubt, see the Polish version of these instructions and a recent issue.
BADHAM, J. P. N., 1982.
Strike-slip orogens - an explanation for the Hercynides. Journal Geological
Society London, 139: 493-504.
CWOJDZIŃSKI, S., MŁYNARSKI,
S., DZIEWIŃSKA, Ł., JÓŹWIAK, W., ZIENTARA, P. & BAZIUK, T., 1995. GB-2A
- pierwszy sejsmiczny profil głębokich badań refleksyjnych (GBS) na Dolnym
Śląsku. [GB-2A - First seismic profile of the deep reflection study in
Lower Silesia (SW Poland)]. Przegląd Geologiczny, 43: 727-37.
DEWEY, J. F., RYAN, P. D.
& ANDERSEN, T. B., 1993. Orogenic uplift and collapse, crustal thickness,
fabrics and metamorphic changes: the role of eclogites. In: Prichard, H.
M, Alabaster, T. & Harris, C. R. (Eds.), Magmatic Processes and Plate
Tectonics, Geological Society Special Publications, 76: 325-343.
References in the text should
be of the form: (Badham, 1982; Dewey et al., 1993; Badham & Dewey,
Figures, whether vectorized
computer-produced or hand-drawn, should be prepared to fit exactly, after
being reduced, the width of the column (84 mm), or of the page (174 mm),
and must not exceed the page size (244x174 mm). Glossy prints of photographs
are treated as text-figures (width of a single or double column) and all
should be numbered serially with Arabic numerals. All figures must have
a metric bar scale shown.
In the final version the
proposed location of figures and tables and the desired hierarchy of headings
marked by Roman numerals should be indicated with pencil in the left-hand
margin. Originals of all figures are to be submitted with the revised final
version of the manuscript.
Forty offprint copies of
each paper will be available and sent to authors free of charge.