All submissians must be printed on A4 paper size, be double- line spaced and have a margin of 3.5 cm all round.
Illustrations and tables must be printed on separate sheets and not be incorporated into the text.
Title Page must list full title, short title, names and affilications of author(s), and full address of each author. The precise mailing address, Telephon, Fax, and Email address of the corresponding author.
Supply an abstract of up to 300 words and a keyword list up to 6 words below the abstract. The abstract should precise the paper, giving a clear indication of Its conclusions. It should contain no citation to other published works.
References should be presented in the text as name of author and year within brackets and listeted at the end of the paper alphabetically. All references in the reference list should appear in the text.
Where reference is made to more than one work by the same author published in the same year, identify each citation in the text as follows: (Baker, 1987 a), (Baker 1987b). Where three or more outhors are listed in the reference list, cite in the text as (Baker et al 1998) References should be listed in the following style:
- Journals: Baker, V.R., 1994. Geomorphological understanding of floods. Geomorphology 10, 139–156.
- Books: Huggett, R., 1989. Cataclysms and Earth history: the Development of Diluvialism. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 220 pp.
- Proceedings,: Baker, V.R., Webb, R.H., House, P.K., 2002. The scientific and societal value of paleoflood
Hydrology. In: House, P.K., Webb, R.H., Baker, V.R., Lavish, D.R. (Eds.), Ancient Floods, Modern Hazards: Principles and Applications of Paleoflood Hydrology. Water Science and Application, vol. 5. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., pp. 1–19.
Illustrations must relate clearly to the section in which appear and sholud be referred to in the text as figure 1. figure 2, etc. Illustrations should be supplied as JPEG or TIFF files, the filename must include the corresponding author, Surname and figure number. This journal is only greyscale so All figures (Maps, graphs and pictures) must be comprehensible in black and white, please use patterns to differentiate sections.