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Author Guidelines

Preparation of manuscripts

  • Texts

The texts should be written in Arial 12, with double spacing, following the structure below:

  1. From the first page on, in sequence, the title (bold, centered) full name of the author (s), institutional link, address (mailbox, post office, zip code, city and state, email).
  2. Summary: Single paragraph, without references, with a maximum of 250 words, followed by keywords (minimum 3, maximum 5, uppercase).
  3. Abstract: It should start with the title of the work translated into English (in capital letters), and follow the same pattern as the abstract with 3 to 5 keywords at the end.
  4. Text Body: It is suggested to divide the text into clear and objective sections, which reflect the logical linkage of the research (Problem Characterization, Contextualization, Material and Methods, Results, Conclusions). Excessive use of abbreviations and the use of colloquial, unscientific language should be avoided.
  5. Acknowledgments: If it is the case, the acknowledgments should be succinct and come in a separate paragraph, before the bibliographic references.
  6. References: At the end of the text, order the references in alphabetical order of the surname of the first author. Internal reports will be accepted in references, with the exception of those that are widely disseminated in the scientific community and authorized by consultants. Geonomos uses the same standard of bibliographic normalization of the Brazilian Journal of Geosciences, according to the following models:

Books:

Arndt N.T. & Nisbet E.G. (Eds.) 1982. Komatiites. George Allen & Unwin, London, 526 pp.

Book Chapters:

Pollack H.N. 1997. Thermal characteristics of the Archean. In: M. de Wit & L.D. Ashwal (eds.) Greenstone belts. Oxford Monographs on Geology and Geophysics, 25, Oxford University Press, p.: 223-232.

Peer-reviewed papers in journals:

Resende M.G. & Jost H. 1995. Petrogênese de formações ferríferas e metahidrotermalitos da Formação Aimbé, Grupo Guarinos (Arqueano), Goiás. Rev.Bras. Geoc., 25:41-50.

Resende M.G., Jost H., Osborne G.A., Mol A. 1998. The stratigraphy of the Goiás and Faina greenstone belts, Central Brazil: a new proposal. Rev. Bras. Geoc., 28:1-15.

Sabóia L. A. 1979. Os greenstone belts de Crixás e Goiás, Go. In: SBG, Núcleo Centro-Oeste, Boletim Informativo, 9:44-72.

Works in serial publications:

Barbosa O., Braun O.P.G., Dyer R.C., Cunha C.A.B.R. 1970. Geologia da região do Triângulo Mineiro. Rio de Janeiro, DNPM/DFPM, Boletim 136, 140 p.

Thesis and dissertations:

Resende L. 1995. Estratigrafia, petrografia e geoquímica da seqüência sedimentar do greenstone Belt de Pilar de Goiás, GO. Dissertação de Mestrado, Instituto de Geociências, Universidade de Brasília, 124 p.

Abstracts in events:

Tassinari C.C.G., Siga Jr. O, Teixeira W. 1981. Panorama geocronológico do centro-oeste brasileiro: solução, problemática e sugestões. In: SBG, Simp. Geol. Centro-Oeste,1, Atas, p. 175.

Newspapers articles:

Coutinho W.O. 1985. O Paço da cidade retorna ao seu brilho barroco. Jornal do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro, 6 mar. Caderno B, p.6.

Works in preparation, accepted and in press:

Silva R.C. (em preparação). Tectônica na região do Alto Iguaçu-PR.Pereira E.W. (submetido). Evolução geológica da faixa de dobramentos Açungui. Revista Brasileira de Geociências.Silva R.C. (no prelo). Tectônica na região do Alto Iguaçu-PR.Revista Brasileira de Geociências (Aceito ainda sem data de publicação).

Aerial photographs:

IGC - INSTITUTO GEOGRÁFICO E CARTOGRÁFICO 1986. (São Paulo). Projeto Lins Tupã. Foto aérea. Escala 1:25.000, São Paulo, Fx28, n. 15.

Maps:

INPE - INSTITUTO DE PESQUISAS ESPACIAIS 1987. São José dos Campos (SP): atualização do uso da terra. SF-23-Y-D-II-1 MI-2769/1. São José dos Campos, Mapa Topográfico, escala 1:100.000.

Silva A.J. 1999. Mapa geológico da Bacia de Campos. Rio de Janeiro, Petrobrás, 1 mapa geológico, escala 1:50.000.

Softwares:

MICROSOFT 1995. Project for Windows 95, version 4.1: project planning software. Redmond, Wa, Microsoft Corporation. Conjunto de programas 1 CD-ROM.

Web pages:

Moura G.A.C. de M. 1996. Citação de referencias e documentos eletrônicos. Disponível em: http://www.elogica.com.br/users/gmoura/refere.html. Acessado em 9 out 1996.

INPE - INSTITUTO DE PESQUISAS ESPACIAIS 2000. El Ninho. Disponível em http://www.inpe.dpi/ elninho.html. Acessado em 14 jun 2000.

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