- Language: English
- ISSN: 119-8362
- Established Year: 2006
- Published Articles: 360
|Executive Editor||:||Prof. Michael Horsfall Jnr.|
|Publisher||:||University of Port Harcourt|
|Paper Submission E-mail||:||firstname.lastname@example.org|
- Vol-19 No-2 (2015)
- Vol-19 No-1 (2015)
- Vol-18 No-4 (2015)
- Vol-18 No-4 (2014)
- Vol-18 No-3 (2014)
- Vol-18 No-2 (2014)
- Vol-18 No-1 (2014)
- Vol-17 No-4 (2013)
- Vol-17 No-3 (2013)
- Vol-17 No-2 (2013)
- Vol-17 No-1 (2013)
- Vol-16 No-4 (2012)
- Vol-16 No-3 (2012)
- Vol-16 No-2 (2012)
- Vol-16 No-1 (2012)
- Vol-15 No-31 (2011)
- Vol-15 No-4 (2011)
- Vol-15 No-3 (2011)
- Vol-15 No-1 (2011)
- Vol-14 No-13 (2010)
- Vol-14 No-3 (2010)
- Vol-14 No-1 (2010)
- Vol-12 No-1 (2006)
- Vol-5 No-1 (2016)
- Vol-4 No-5 (2010)
- Vol-2 No-1 (2003)
- Vol-1 No-1 (0000)
Manuscripts must be in English and must not exceed eight pages, including figures, tables, and reference. Manuscripts must be typed only on one side with double space on A4 white paper.
2. TYPES OF CONTRIBUTIONS
Original research papers; review articles; case studies; short communications; reports of conferences and meetings: book reviews, forthcoming meetings: Advertisements.
Submission of a manuscript implies that the work described has not been published before (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a public lecture, review or thesis); that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere; that its publication has been approved by all co-authors, if any, as well as by the authorities at the institute where the work has been carried out; that, if and when the manuscript is accepted for publication, the authors agree to automatic transfer of the copyright to the publisher; that the manuscript will not be published elsewhere in any language without the consent of the copyright holders.
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Dr. M. Horsfall Jnr, The Executive Editor Journal of Applied Science & Environmental Management, (JASEM), Department of Pure and Industrial Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Port Harcourt, Uniport P.O.Box 402 Choba, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
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6. ORGANISATION OF MANUSCRIPT
It is preferred to have the manuscript organized under the following headings. Do not submit a manuscript which includes any other section Boldface type is preferred for headings A, B, D, F, G, H and I, italic type is preferred for heading C and H.
A. Title: use lower caption capitalizing letter of nouns and pronouns.
B. Author(s) Name: use all capitals
C. Author(s) Address: use all italics
D. Abstract: Should not exceed 250 words capitalizing on ABSTRACT.
E. INTRODUCTION: Do not use a section heading. Two or three paragraphs that concentrate on the relevance of the study to applied sciences & environmental management suffice for this section.
F. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Do not use subheadings. Do not underline: use all capitals for the section heading. Use italics for subheadings if they are unavoidable.
G. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: Do not use subheadings. Do not underline: use all capitals for the section heading.
H. Acknowledgements: This should appear as a separate paragraph two spaces below the last paragraph of the text. Acknowledgements should be limited to six lines.
I. REFERENCES: Use all capital for this section heading. References are single-spaced and appear in alphabetical order. All papers cited in the text should be given in parentheses, e.g., Georges-Ivo, 2005; Horsfall and Spiff, 2005; Klungness et al., 2005) except when the author is mentioned, e.g., ‘‘and the study of Hillman and Tasca (1989)’’. Reference must be limited to one page, very relevant and up to date.
Reference as given at the end of the text under the first author’s name, citing all authors (Surnames followed by initials throughout; do not use ‘‘and’’) according to the following examples:
Horsfall, M Jnr; Abia, A A (2003). Sorption of Cd (II) and Zn (II) from aqueous solutions by cassava waste biomass (Manihot esculenta Cranz). Wat Res 37: 4910 - 4923
Georges-Ivo, EE (2005). Fourier transform infrared spectrophotometry and X-ray powder diffraction as complimentary techniques in characterizing clay size fraction of kaolin. J Appl Sci Environ Manage 9 (2): 43 - 48.
Meltzer, Y L (1971). Hormonal and Attractant Pesticide Technology. Noyes Data, Park Ridge, N.J.
Work in an edited Collection:
Latey, J (1985). Relationship between soil physical properties and crop production. In: Stewart BA (ed) Advances in Soil Science Vol. 1 Springer-Verlag, New York, p277. References by the same author(s) are arranged chronologically. If more than one reference by the same author(s) published in the same year are cited, use a, b, etc after the year of publication in both text and list.
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- Prof. M. Horsfall Jnr.
- Executive Editor