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- The complete manuscript should contain full text, figures, tables and references. MS word document with file extension ".doc" or ".docx" is preferred.
- All manuscripts will be peer-reviewed by at least two referees.
- Manuscripts should be typed single-spaced on A4 size paper in Times New Roman, with 20 mm margins including references, table titles and figure captions.
Organize your manuscript as follows:
The title page should include:
· A concise and informative title: Should be no more than 20 words
Title (Times New Roman-13 pt)
· Full name(s) of the author(s), corresponding author should be indicated with asterisk (*)
Authors (Times New Roman-11 pt)
· The affiliation(s) and address(es) of the author(s)
1 Address. (Times New Roman-8 pt)
2 Address. (Times NewRoman-8 pt) The e-mail address, telephone and fax numbers of the corresponding author
Abstract font size should be 9pt.
Abstract should not exceed 300 words and should not contain any undefined abbreviations or unspecified references
Font size should be 9pt. Three to six key words should be listed below the abstract.
Text is usually divided into following sections:
2. Materials and Methods
4. Discussion and Conclusion
Titles and text font size should be 10 pt
If there are subtitles font size should be 10 pt and italic
Tables and Figures should be cited in the text and they should follow the text; see below for details.
- All references should be cited in the text, and vice versa.
- References should be prepared according to APA Style.
- References in languages other than English must be referred to by an English translation (with the original language indicated in parentheses).
• Article in Journal:
Ackerman, D., Weisberg, S.B. (2003). Relationship between rainfall and beach bacterial concentrations on Santa Monica Bay Beaches. Journal of Water Health, 1(2), 85-90.
• Book chapter:
Cupples, A.M., Xagorarki, I., Rose, J. (2010). New molecular methods for detection of woterbone pathogens. In: Mitchell, R., Gu, J.D. (Eds.), Environmental Microbiology (pp. 150-211), New Jersey, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
Hagedorn, C., Blanch, A.R., Harwood, V.J. (2011). Microbial Source Tracking: Methods, Applications, and Case Studies. London: Springer.
Zeki, S. (2012). Assessing microbial water quality by membrane filtration and quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) methods at Golden Horn (PhD thesis). Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey.
• Institutional Web Pages:
FAO (2008). Information on fisheries management in Bulgaria and Romania. Retrieved 26 June 2013 from http://www.fao.org/fi/fcp/en/ROM/body.htm
Number tables consecutively in Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, ...). Title of the table should be written on top of the table. Descriptions about table items should be placed at the bottom of the table with an asterisk.
Table 1. Table title font size should be 10 pt. (Single line)
Number Figures consecutively in Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3, ...). Title of the figure and descriptions about figure items should be written on bottom of the figure
Figure 1. Figure caption font size will be 10 pt. (Single line). Submit each caption directly below each figure. Maximum figure width: 170 mm
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