Writing Guidelines

  1. The author is responsible for the contents of the manuscript. The correspondence on the manuscript is addressed to the author by including the author's institution, address, and email;
  2. The text shall be judged by 3 elements, including the truth of the contents, the degree of originality, the relevance of the content and the suitability of the mission of the journal;
  3. The manuscript can be written in Indonesian or English;
  4. The title of the Script should be written briefly, but informative enough to describe the contents of the text;
  5. The manuscript is written in a Microsoft Word (Rich Text Format) program with A4 footnotes (one side), and each page is given a page number with a maximum number of pages 20. Space spacing 1.15 except abstract and bibliography having Spacing distance 1. The model of the letter used is Book Antiqua with font 11 except the title of capital letter with font Margin each is 3, 4 3, 3 cm. Manuscripts submitted in soft copy and hard copy
  6. Manuscripts written in Indonesian contain abstracts in English, and vice versa with word counts of 150 to 200. Keywords should be selected to describe the contents of the paper and at least 4 (four) keywords;
  7. Systematic research articles:
    1. Title,
    2. Name of author (without academic degree), name of institution / institution, and email,
    3. Abstract,
    4. Key Word,
    5. Pendahuluan (latar belakang dan dukungan kepustakaan yang diakhiri dengan tujuan penelitian),
    6. Metholodgy
    7. Result,
    8. Discussion,
    9. Conclusion and Sugestion,
    10. Acknowledgments (if any),
    11. List of references / bibliography (containing only designated sources), and
    12. Attachment (if any)
  8. The reference list (library) is structured in the following manner, and sorted alphabetically by the author's name. The following are examples of libraries from various sources.
    • Books

Arsyad, S. 1989. Konservasi Tanah dan Air. IPB Press, Bogor.

  • Books Article

Dahuri, R. dan Sulistiono. (eds.). 2004. Metode dan Teknik Analisa Biota Perairan. (edisi ke-2, cetakan ke-1). Lembaga Penelitian IPB, Bogor.

  • Articles In Article Books

Huffman, G.J., R.F. Adler, D.T. Bolvin, and E.J. Nelkin. 2010. “The TRMM Multi-satellite Precipitation Analysis (TMPA)”. In M. Gebremichael and F. Hossain (Ed.). Satellite Rainfall Applications for Surface Hydrology (pp. 3-22). Springer Verlag, Netherlands.

  • Articles In Journals or Magazines

Haylock, M. and J.L. McBride. 2003. “Spatial coherence and predictability of Indonesian wet season rainfall”. Journal of Climate, 14. 3882–3887.

  • Articles In Official Documents

KLH. 1997. Undang-Undang Nomor 23 Tahun 1997 Tentang Pengelolaan Lingkungan Hidup. Kementrian Lingkungan Hidup Republik Indonesia, Jakarta.

  • Translation Books

Hempel, L.C. 1996. Pengelolaan Lingkungan: Tantangan Global. Terjemahan oleh Hardoyo dan Jacobs. 2005. Penerbit Kanisius,Yogyakarta.

  • Thesis, Dissertation, Research Report

Rastina, I.K. 2004. Studi Kualitas Air Sungai Ho Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali. Tesis. Program Pascasarjana Universitas Udayana, Denpasar.

  • Makalah Seminar, Lokakarya, Penataran

Waseso, M.G. 2001. “Isi dan Format Jurnal Ilmiah”. Makalah disajikan dalam Seminar Lokakarya Penulisan Artikel dan Pengelolaan Jurnal Ilmiah. Universitas Lambungmangkurat, Banjarmasin tanggal 9-11 Agustus 2001.

  • Proceeding

Franke, J. and D.D. Lichti. 2008. MillMapper - A Tool for Mill Liner Condition Monitoring and Mill Performance Optimization. Proceedings of the 40th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Mineral Processors. Ottawa-Canada, 22-24 January 2008. 391-400.

  • Artikel in Internet (bahan diskusi)

USGS. 2010. Water Quality. diakses tanggal 15 Desember 2010.

  • Artikel atau berita dalam Koran

Bagun, R. 31 Juli 2006. Identitas Budaya Terancam. KOMPAS, hlm 40.

Nusa Bali. 31 Juli 2006. Mengukur Kedasyatan Tsunami di Laut Selatan Bali. hlm. 1 & 11.