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Abstracts and Papers

Abstracts for oral and poster presentations should be submitted using web form. Deadline for Abstracts: February 10, 2021 

FORMAT

For presentations at the Convention, abstracts (in English or Spanish) shall be submitted ready for publication in electronic format (.rtf .doc). Abstracts should have between 250 and 450 words and may include an inserted figure in gif format optimized for the web. The size of the abstract, including text and/or figure, should not exceed an 8.5 " x 11" page. The margins should be one inch. Please follow the indications set in the example below or use the given template (TEMPLATE FOR Abstract to GEOSCIENCES 2021.dot). No corrections will be introduced to the abstracts.


Example:

TITLE WRITTEN IN UPPER CASE FONT, ARIAL SIZE 12, justify

Manuel F. Fumaguchi(1), Marina Gonzalez Perez(2)


1.Instituto de Geofísica y Astronomía, Calle 212 No 2906 esq.
Ave 29, La Lisa, La Habana, Cuba. ZIP 11 600 E-mail: xxx@bbb.dd; 2. Instituto Superior Politécnico "José A. Echeverría", 124 s/n, Marianao 15, La Habana, Cuba. E-mail: sss@aaa.uu

Title should be in upper case and justify. The authors’ name in upper and lower case, arial font 12. Underline the name of the author presenting the paper. The name of the institutions in upper and lower case should include the address and electronic mail. Leave one line blank between the institution list and the main text of the abstract, as well as between the title and the author list..

The abstract should reflect the theme or hypothesis of the presentation, the materials and methods used, the general results, and specially the conclusions, in not less than 250 words or more than 450, single spaced. The text shall be written ARIAL, Size10.

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GUIDELINES FOR THE PAPERS TO BE PUBLISHED IN THE MEMOIRS OF THE CONVENTION

All the presentations accepted by the Scientific Committee can be submitted for publication in the Digital Memories of the Convention (CD-ROM). The contributions should be submitted according with the present guidelines, or will be rejected.

Contributing papers should be send before March 1, 2021, using web form. You will receive a confirmation. The subject of the email should be “Author’s paper to Geosciences 2021”, file with the name of the corresponding author. Papers are to be prepared as MS Word documents (*.doc), without macros or hidden formatting. Illustrations can be in white and black and color, but each contribution should not exceed 1 Mb as a whole. Do not use "header" and “footer”, because they will be incorporated by the CD publisher.

General rules: The following text has been written like a contribution, as example. Texts must be carefully checked for grammar and spelling by the authors, because the editorial committee will reject contributions with spelling and grammar problems. 

THE TITLE OF THE PAPER SHOULD BE WRITTEN IN ARIAL 14”, BOLD, WITH JUSTIFY ALIGNMENT. THE TITLE SHOULD NOT BE LONGER THAN THREE LINES 

Pedro Blanco Pérez (1), Juan Cueto Claro (2) y Alberto Rodríguez Alvarez(2) 

After a blank space the authors, justify, Arial 12, bold. The speaker underlined, if there are more than one authors and more than one institution, it should be pointed out with numbers in the superscript as in the example. 

1. Instituto de Geofísica y Astronomía, Calle 212 No 2906 esq. A Ave 29, La Lisa, Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba. ZIP 11 600, E-mail: perez@iga.cu

2. Instituto Superior Politécnico “José A. Echeverría”, Calle 124 s/n, Marianao 15, Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba, E-mail: hernandez@civil.ipsjae.cu 

After a blank space, the addresses of the authors with numbers, Arial 10, italic, single space. 

ABSTRACT
After a blank space, Around 200 words, Arial 10, single space, justify. 

 

BODY OF THE PAPER 

After two blanks, the body of the paper must be subdivided into INTRODUCTION, MATERIALS AND METHODS, RESULTS, DISCUSSION, CONCLUSIONS, BIBLIOGRAPHY, Arial 12, uppercase, bold, justify left. 

The main text of the paper, Font Arial 11, single space, justify, a blank line between paragraphs and after the headings, also between charts and figures. If it was necessary to use any other subtitle then it would be Arial 12, bold, justify left. 

 

Other general rules 

Format: Each paper should have at least 4 pages, paper size letter (21,59 x 27,94 cm. or 8,5 x 11 inches.), leaving a margin of 2.0 cm. around the whole page, 1cm of covering the foot of the page. 

Charts (tables): Should fix page side or less, numbered Table I, II, III…, and include a title, with a blank line before the chart, Arial 10, capital and small, justify left.

Figures: Must be included in the text and numbered consecutively, Figures 1, 2, 3… Size should guarantees legibility. Figure caption, Arial 10, capital and small, centered. Figure sized into the page, which is 2.0 cm on each side. 

Units of Measures: Metric International System. 

Bibliographical References: The bibliography must be limited to the publications mentioned in the text, listed in alphabetical order, no numbered, indentation 0.5cm, Arial 10, single space, justify. 

Examples:

For periodic publications: Author, year. Title of the paper. Publication (place), volume (number): page 

Pick, M., 1987. On the calculation of the gravity terrain corrections in Czechoslovakia. Studia. Geoph. et Geod., 39 (4): 245-248.

Elbaz-Poulichet, F., D.M. Guan, J. M. Martin, 1991. Trace metal behaviour in a highly stratified Mediterranean estuary: the Krka (Yugoslavia). Mar. Chem. 32: 211-224. 

For books or other documents: Author, year. Title. Edition, Place: Publisher, pages

Finó, F., 1950. Historia y técnica del libro. En Penna, C. V. Bibliotecología. Buenos Aires : Kapelusz, 132p.

Smith, G., 1989. Theories pertaining to the mass extinctions at the end of the Cretaceous. Ph.D. thesis, University of London: 109p.

Zavala, S., 1996. La defensa de los derechos del hombre en América Latina. 2. ed. Madrid : Grijalbo: 145 p. (Selección, 4). 

Electronic document: Author, date. Title [on-line]. Availability or access 

Van der Hoek, B., 1998. Study of Carbonate rocks: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/jstrugeo 


 
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