Author Guidelines


You can use this template. Please upload this word document to the system.

When you upload the revised manuscript, please upload a response sheet separately.

Abstract should be at most 300 words. Key words that will consist of at least 3 and maximum 5 words should be written on the left side. Mathematical expressions should not be included in essence. Cambria, 9 font size

Content should be written in 2 columns with Cambria 10 font size. The first line of each paragraph should be written by 0.5 cm indentation.
The article should begin with an introduction section, which includes the ideas and the basic objectives and approaches of the article, combining scientific knowledge, evidence-based information and logical discussions in different disciplines. This section should be written considering all readers. Technical terms, symbols and abbreviations should be defined when first used in the article.
The main sections of the manuscript are “introduction”, “method” “results” “discussion” and “conclusion” and they should be written in 10 font size, justify, bold and capital letters.
All the empty lines should have 8 font size.
This template explains how to design the manuscript. If the author (s) uses this template file, no settings change will be required since settings such as font and size, line spacing, spaces before paragraphs, indents, etc. are made in styles. If you want to avoid problems when copy and paste texts or with the text format, you can use “Applying styles to the article” section which is at the end of template.

The second level headings should be written with left aligned, 10 font size, first character capital, bold. Each paragraph should seperate with one line from former paragraph. You can delete this section and write the article text without disturbing the formatting. No spaces should be left between paragraphs in the text.

Tables should be numbered and the title of the table should be written in 10 pt. Table title should not be bold or italic. The table number should be followed by a dot and the table name should be written. No dot should be placed after the table name is written. Please do not use vertical lines in Tables.
In-table values / inscriptions should be 9 pt. No spaces should be left between the table title and the table. Tables should be specified in the text with the number of tables. Tables should be used in the text or on the following page. Related notes and references should be indicated at the bottom of the table after “Note:” or “Source:”. The space between the text and the table before and after the table must be 1 row.

Citation in text should be as;
One citation [1]
Consecutive citations [1-5]
Non-Consecutive citations [2,5]
Non-consecutive Three or more citations [1,3, 6-11]

Bibliography should be prepared in accordance with the APA 6 Publication Manual publication guidelines. For more information; See
You can use Springer-SocPsych (numeric, brackets) citation style in Mendeley.
References should be written with 10 pt including title. The paragraph indent is 0.5 cm hanging from the right.
The second and subsequent lines of each bibliography should be indented 0.5 cm inward as shown in this text.
Thesis should be written as Master’s Thesis or Doctoral Thesis in the reference list.

References should be written like this. Please do not use any web-site [URL] as a citation. Do not put an empty line between references.

[1] Pellicani, R., Spilotro, G., & van Westen, C. J. (2016). Rockfall trajectory modeling combined with heuristic analysis for assessing the rockfall hazard along the Maratea SS18 coastal road (Basilicata, Southern Italy). Landslides, 13(5), 985–1003.
[2] Alptekin, A., Çelik, M. Ö., Doğan, Y., & Yakar, M. (2019). Mapping of a rockfall site with an unmanned aerial vehicle. Mersin Photogrammetry Journal, 1(1), 12-16.
[3] Alptekin, A., & Yakar, M. (2020). Heyelan bölgesinin İHA kullanarak modellenmesi. Türkiye İnsansız Hava Araçları Dergisi, 2(1), 17-21.
[4] Maune, D. F. (2001) Digital elevation model technologies and applications: The DEM User manual. The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. ISBN:1-57083-064-9
[5] Ulvi, A., Varol, F. i., & Yiğit, A. Y. (2019). 3D modeling of cultural heritage: the example of Muyi Mubarek Mosque in Uzbekistan (Hz. Osman’s Mushafi). International Congress on Cultural Heritage and Tourism (ICCHT), 115-123, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
[6] Yakar, M. (2011). Using close range photogrammetry to measure the position of inaccessible geological features. Experimental Techniques, 35(1), 54-59.