Revista do Departamento de Geografia, 15 (2002) GUIDE FOR AUTHORS The Revista do Departamento de Geografia (Department of Geography Review) publishes original and unpublished scientific papers on all areas of Geography written by the Geography Department faculty and other specialists from the Brazilian and international scientific community. Types of manuscripts 1 2 3 4 5 Articles: main form of publication (25 pages maximum). Short communications: synthesis of outstanding research data (5 pages maximum). Discussions: commentaries on articles and communications with reserved rights to replies by both parties (2 pages maximum). Books and periodicals reviews (2 pages maximum). News (1 page maximum). Rules for manuscripts presentation 1 Manuscripts should be written in Portuguese, English, French, Spanish, and Italian. 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FOREIGN LANGUAGE ARTICLE TITLE: translation of the original title, aligned left, bold, capital letters, followed by the abstract, plain, on the same paragraph. If the text has been written in English, the title should be in Portuguese. Abstract: translation of the original abstract, aligned left, bold, capital letters, followed by the text of the resume, plain, on the same paragraph. If the text has been written in English, the resume should be shown in Portuguese. Keywords: Keyword 1; Keyword 2; keyword translation, aligned left, bold, capital letters, followed by the expressions, plain, capita first letter, separated by semicolon, on the same paragraph. If the text has been written in English, the keywords should be in Portuguese. Appendix – Title of the appendix: aligned left, bold, capital first letter. The content of appendix (es), reduced to a minimum, may be: questionnaires, field files, etc. used in material(s) e method(s). 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Paulo (1999) <figure> Figure 20 Gold deposits in South America (FERRARI, 1996) Quoting publications 1 In-text references should cite AUTHOR (date) following chronological order. Name of joint authors should be joined by ‘&´. Papers by more than authors should be cited under the name of the first AUTHOR with et al. When more than one reference is cited for the same year by the same author or combination of authors they should be distinguished by using letters right after the date (1994a, b, etc.). This indication does not apply to the reference list where last names of authors and all co-authors should appear in full. 136 Revista do Departamento de Geografia, 15 (2002) 2 Textual quotations of up to two lines should come in normal size font, 12 points lettering between quotation marks, preceded or followed by reference to the authors: According to DUBOIS (2000): “The 16 other authors are also professors affiliated with various universities of France” (p. 195). 3 Quotations with more than two lines should come on their own paragraph, without quotation marks, normal font, 10 points lettering, left and right draw back of 1 cm. 4 Suppressed parts within a quotation should come indicated by [...]. If the suppressing is of one or more paragraphs, it should be noted as a dotted line. Reference list 1 All references to publications made in the text should be presented in a list of references following after the text. The list should preferably contain only references cited in the text. The manuscript should be carefully checked to ensure that the spelling of authors’ names and dates are the same in the text as in the reference list. 3 Single author publications should precede publications with other authors. 4 Publications of a same author or group of authors should be presented in chronological order. When on the same year they should be presented in alphabetical order per title adding a letter after the year of publication to identify it (2001a, 2001b, 2001c, etc.) 5 Publications 5.1 Books ECO, U. (1985) Como se faz uma tese. 4.ed. São Paulo, Perspectiva. 184p. (Estudos, 85). GOLLEY. F. B.; McGINNIS, T.; CLEMENTS, R. G.; CHILD, G. I.; DUEVER, M. J. (1978) Ciclagem de minerais num ecossistema de floresta tropical úmida. Tradução E. Malavolta. São Paulo, EDUSP/E. P. U. 276p. ADAMS, G.F. (ed.) (1975) Planation surfaces: peneplains, pediplains, and etchplains. Stroudsbourg, Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross (Benchmark Papers in Geology, 22). SÃO PAULO (Estado). Conselho Estadual de Recursos Hídricos (1989) Plano Estadual de Recursos Hídricos. São Paulo, DAEE. 74p. LEGAL and institutional arrangements in minerals development: a study based on an international workshop organized in Berlin (West) in August 1980 (1982) London, Mining Journals Books. 223p. VALVERDE, O. (1989) Problema energético. In: ______. Grande Carajás: planejamento da destruição. Rio de Janeiro, Forense Universitária - FUNb/EDUSP. p. 39 - 87. HAYDEN, R. S.(1986) Geomorphological mapping. In: SHORT, N. M.; BLAIR, Jr., R.W. (eds.) Geomorphology from space: a global overview of regional landforms. Washington, D.C., NASA. p.637-656. 5.2 Theses and dissertations: CALDARELLI, S. (1983) Lições da pedra. São Paulo, 1 v. Tese (Doutorado) - Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas, Universidade de São Paulo. 5.3 Journals COMPUTERS AND GEOSCIENCES. Elmsford, NY, v.20, n.2, march, 1994. KOHLHEPP, G. (1991) Espaço e etnia. Estudos Avançados, v. 5, n.11, p. 109 – 142. BARBOSA, J. S. F.; FONTEILLES, M. (in press) O metamorfismo da Região Granulítica do Sul da Bahia – Brasil. Revista Brasileira de Geociências. São Paulo, SBG. 6 Scientific events CONGRESSO DA ASSOCIAÇÃO BRASILEIRA DE ESTUDOS DO QUATERNÁRIO, 4., São Paulo, 1993. Resumos. São Paulo, ABEQUA, 1993. RIBEIRO, A. E. M. (1986) A exploração empresarial dos cerrados In: SEMINÁRIO ECONOMIA MINEIRA, 3., Diamantina, 1986. Anais. Belo Horizonte, CEDEPLAR/UFMG, v. 1, p.173-180. ALMEIDA, T.I.R.; FLORENCIO, C. P.; MOREIRA, M. Z. (1992) Composição isotópica de carbonatos e matéria orgânica dos evaporitos Paripueira, região de Maceió, Bacia sedimentar de Sergipe, Alagoas. Boletim IG - USP: Publicação especial, n. 12, p. 5-6. / Apresentado a 2. Jornadas Científicas, São Paulo, 1992 – Resumos/. 137 Revista do Departamento de Geografia, 15 (2002) FLEGENHEIMER, N. (1991) Archaeological sites in the Argentine Pampas related to the Pleistocene/Holocene boundary. In: INQUA CONGRESS, 13, Beijing, 1991. Abstracts. Beijing, INQUA, v. 1, p.97. Obs.: quote the periodicals titles in extended form. 7 Publications obtained through electronic media (considered in whole or part). The rules for every kind of electronic document will vary according to the documents already exposed in paper. Essential elements are: electronic address, in between the signals < >, preceded by the expression “Available at:” and the date of access to that document, preceded by the expression “Accessed on:” KOOGAN, A.; HOUAISS, A. (1998) (eds.) Enciclopédia e dicionário digital 98. Direção geral de André Koogan Brekman. São Paulo, Delta: Estadão. 5CD-Rom. Produced by Videolar Multimídia. SÃO PAULO (Estado). Secretaria do Meio Ambiente. (1999) Tratados e organizações ambientais em matéria de meio ambiente. In: ______. Entendendo o meio ambiente. São Paulo. v.1. Available at: <http://www.bdt.org.br/sma/entendendo/ atual.htm>. Accessed on 8 march.1999. BIRDS from Amapá: banco de dados. Available at <http://www.bdt.org/bdt/ avifauna/aves>. Accessed on 25 November 1998. LARSON, P. Manning equation follow up. Mensagem da Geomorph-L. Available at <[email protected]>. Received by L. Oliveira on 29 April 2001. Analysis of originals and manuscripts forwarding 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 138 All texts should contain the necessary information for its understanding and fit rigorously within the journal rules. Articles and communications will be submitted to analysis by the editorial board and council. All texts should be submitted in three hard copy prints and illustrations in the original and two copies. Accepted texts will be sent to the author(s) along with editorial recommendations so that the author(s) may perform the suggested changes and corrections. Unaccepted texts will be returned to the author(s). The author(s) should send in the final version of the work saved as .rtf in a 1,44 MB disk, accompanied by a hard copy in A4. 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