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Author Guidelines

Preparation of the manuscript:

Manuscripts may be written in English or Bahasa Indonesia; for Bahasa Indonesian manuscript, one must follow guidance of "Ejaan Yang Disempurnakan/EYD" (click - here - to download the guidance). The manuscript must be original and must not has been submitted for publishing in other media. This is the responsibility of author. If this case is discovered after publication, the published article will be withdrawn and the author will be blacklisted in this journal.

 

Order of manuscript writing (a template for layout is provided and could be downloaded; click -here- to download the PDF Layout, and -here- to download the DOC Layout):

  • Name and author affiliation: placed on the first page of the manuscript; provide complete affiliation address; corresponding author should be marked; include postal correspondence address and e-mail.
  • Title: placed on the second page of the manuscript; Bahasa Indonesia and English (authors not fluent in either language may request assistance with translation); short and clear but adequate to describe contents of the manuscript; eye catching; no abbreviation.
  • Abstract: made in one paragraph which consist of objective of the research, materials and methods, results, and conclusions; a maximum of 200 words; both Bahasa Indonesia and English (authors not fluent in either language may request assistance with translation); with 5 key words).
  • Introduction: without sub-section; includes background, literature review, issues, and objectives; if possible describe novelty of the research.
  • Materials and methods
  • Results and Discussion (this section could be separated in two section as Result and Discussion sections, depending on the author preference)
  • Conclusion: made in one paragraph; answer the research objective; explain implication rather than a summary of the research.
  • Acknowledgements: provide if applicable; in this section provide a statement of "Conflict of Interest" by writing "We certify that there is no coflict of interest with any organization regarding the materials discussed in this manuscript."
  • References: follow the guidance below.

 

References:

  • Contains literature references referred to in the text (including table headings and figure legends).
  • The number of references cited at least 10.
  • Format references according to the rules of the Harvard System (author-date system). This journal follows the system from De Montfort University, Leicester (full information of the system can be downloaded here -click here to download-).
  • Some examples of reference formats:

Books:

NYBAKKEN, J.W. (1993) Marine biology: an ecological approach. 3rd ed. New York: HarperCollins College Publishers.

Books with two or three authors:

HYLLEBERG, J. and RIIS-VESTERGAARD, H. (1984) Marine environments; the fate of detritus. Denmark: Akademisk Forlag.

Books with more than three authors:

DAHURI, H.R. et al. (2008) Pengelolaan Sumber daya wilayah pesisir dan lautan secara terpadu. Jakarta: PT Pradnya Paramita.

DAY, J.W. Jr. et al. (1989) Estuarine ecology. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Books with one or more editor(s):

NEWMAN, M.C. and MCINTOSH, A.W. (eds.) (1991) Metal Ecotoxicology: Concepts and Applications. Michigan: Lewis Publishers Inc.

Chapters in books:

BUCHANAN, J.B. (1984) Sediment analysis. In: HOLME, N.A. and MCINTYRE, A.D. (eds.) Methods for the study of marine benthos. 2nd ed. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, pp. 41-65.

Journal articles:

LASUT, M.T. and PANGKEY, H. (2010) Kepekaan cacing laut Ophryotrocha diadema (Polychaeta: Dorvilleidae) terhadap cemaran metil merkuri (MeHg). Biota, 15 (3), pp. 385-391.

WILLIAMS, T.M., REES, J.G. and SETIAPERMANA, D. (2000) Metals and trace organic compounds ib sedimets and waters of Jakarta Bay and the Pulau Seribu Complex, Indonesia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 40 (3), pp. 277-285.

E-journal articles:

DREXHAGE, J. (2004) Still up in the air. Carbon finance, (January), pp. 16-17.

Newspaper articles:

SAEFUMILLAH, A. (2003) Eutrofikasi: problem lingkungan berskala global. Kompas, 28th May, p. 36.

Papers in conference proceedings:

GIBSON, E.J. (1977) The performance concept in building. In: Proceedings of the 7th CIB Triennial Congress, Edinburg, September 1977. London: Construction Research International, pp. 129-136.

Theses and dissertations:

WAHANI, S.S.D. (2011) Kajian konsentrasi logam berat merkuri (Hg) pada beberapa jenis ikan komersil di Sulawesi Utara. Unpublished thesis (MSc), Universitas Sam Ratulangi.

Website, e-mail dan CD-ROM:

UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD LIBRARY (2001) Citing electronic sources of information [WWW] University of Sheffield. Available from: http://www.shef.ac.uk/library/libdocs/hsl-dvc1.pdf [Accessed 23/02/07].


Tables and illustrations: Tables should be made simple and self-explanatory. Acceptable illustrations are graphic images, schemes, diagrams, and maps; colour is preferred. If using scanned illustrations a quality of > 300 DPI must be used. Captions, either tables or illustrations, should be brief, independent, and informative.

 

Layout:
The manuscript must be typed using Microsoft Word, maximum 15 pages, single column format, A4, double spaced, Times New Roman 12. Do not place tables and illustrations in the text. Tables and illustrations are placed at the end of the manuscript, along with a list of tables and illustrations with clear numbering. A template for layout is provided and could be downloaded; click -here- to download the PDF layout, and -here- to download the DOC Layout).

 

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 is original and have not been published, nor have not been submitted for publishing in other media.

  2. The manuscript is typed using Microsoft Word, maximum 15 pages, single column format, A4, double spaced, Times New Roman 12, with layout which is written according to Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.

  3. Cited references is provided in reference list, vv., which are written according to Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.

  4. Tables and illustrations (in black & white) are placed at the end of the manuscript, along with a list of tables and illustrations with clear numbering.

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

  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

 

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Author Fees

This journal charges the following author fees.

Article Submission: 550000.00 (IDR)

Authors are required to pay an Article Submission Fee (IDR 550,000) as part of the submission process to contribute to review costs. The payment is transfered to:

BANK ACCOUNT: Bank BRI, 1701 KK Universitas Sam Ratulangi, No. Rek.: 1701-01-003676-50-2, name: Jurnal Aquatic Science dan Management.

Send the transfer proof to the JASM via email (jurnal.asm@unsrat.ac.id)

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