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BUTTERWORTH-HEINEMANN GUIDELINES FOR DISK SUBMISSION As a further service to authors, and in response to the increasing use of computers for text origination, the Publishers and Editors of Marine & Petroleum Geology are encouraging submissions to the journal on disk. The successful utilization of your disk will retain the integrity of the text, minimize the incidence of literal errors being introduced during typesetting, and thus reduce the time needed to proofread the material. The following guidelines should be used in conjunction with the standard Notes for Authors. WHAT TO SUPPLY All copy must be double spaced. Tables may need to be rekeyed by the typesetter. All text should be ranged left, unjustified and without hyphenation. Do not use indents, tabs or multi-spacing. If indents are required, please signify with a line space and mark the corresponding position in the margin on one copy of the hard copy. For paragraphs, enter a line space. Use hard carriage retums only to end headings and paragraphs and to signify indents. Supply the original manuscript lbr refereeing as usual. When you send in the final revised hard copy version of your manuscript (3 copies) you should also send your wordprocessed disk. The hard copy and disk must match exactly. The preferred storage medium is 3 ½ inch disks but we can also accept 5¼ inch disks. Text should be saved as a wordprocessor file in IBM compatible MS-DOS or Macintosh format. We recommend WordPerfect or Microsoft Word as the wordprocessing software but manuscripts prepared on any microcomputer wordprocessor are acceptable. Please also make a copy as an ASCII file. Complete and enclose the Disk Specification Form overleaf. Be careful not to key in unnecessary spaces; only one space is necessary at the end of a sentence after a full point. Space must be keyed after a comma or other punctuation, after an initial (Mr R F Jones) and before an opening parenthesis. Be careful not to confuse lower case ells (1) with the number one (1), or the capital letter O with zero (0). Ensure that opening quotes are distinguished from closing quotes. Scientific material can present problems. Please note that displayed equations may need to be rekeyed by the typesetter from hard copy. Journal style should be followed for letter symbols: variables, italic; constants and Crreek characters, roman; matrices and vectors, bold. If you import equations/scientific symbols from another program, please give exact details of program used and what you have done. Illustrations which are available in an electronic format may also be supplied on an additional disk provided that the file format and/or the program used to produce them is clearly indicated and that three high quality hard copies of each illustration are also supplied. ORGANIZATION OF DISK CONTENT Do not use automatic page numbering or nmning heads. Please number the hard copy by hand. LABEL YOUR DISK WITH Author's name, journal, short title of article, file names and date files were created. Present your manuscript as simply as possible. Do not do any designing or formatting. Regardless of how smart a manuscript looks, any complex fomaatting will have to be stripped out. Complex formatting will take up more of your time and will also complicate and delay the production process. We will copyedit the manuscript and insert all required coding onto the disk. All design considerations for typefaces, page layout and artwork positioning will be handled by us. PACKING YOUR DISK When sending your disks by post, ensure that they are properly protected from damage. Please use special disk envelopes wherever possible. It is advisable to write-protect your disk before submission. It is important that you keep an identical copy of your disk in case it is damaged in transit. THE MOST IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION WHEN PREPARING YOUR DOCUMENT IS TO BE CONSISTENT. If you run into any problems, are unsure about anything or would like further information, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are only too pleased to help. Editorial Controller, Marine & Petroluem Geology, Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd, Linacre House, Jordan Hill, Oxford OX2 8DP, UK. Telephone: +44 (0)865 310366, Fax: +44 (0)865 310898. Marine and Petroleum Geology 1994 Volume 11 Number 2 251

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Page 1: Butterworth-Heinmann guidelines for disk submission

BUTTERWORTH-HEINEMANN GUIDELINES FOR DISK SUBMISSION

As a further service to authors, and in response to the • increasing use of computers for text origination, the Publishers and Editors of Marine & Petroleum Geology are • encouraging submissions to the journal on disk. The successful utilization of your disk will retain the integrity of • the text, minimize the incidence of literal errors being introduced during typesetting, and thus reduce the time needed to proofread the material. The following guidelines • should be used in conjunction with the standard Notes for Authors.

W H A T T O S U P P L Y

All copy must be double spaced.

Tables may need to be rekeyed by the typesetter.

All text should be ranged left, unjustified and without hyphenation.

Do not use indents, tabs or multi-spacing. If indents are required, please signify with a line space and mark the corresponding position in the margin on one copy of the hard copy. For paragraphs, enter a line space. Use hard carriage retums only to end headings and paragraphs and to signify indents.

Supply the original manuscript lbr refereeing as usual. •

When you send in the final revised hard copy version of your manuscript (3 copies) you should also send your wordprocessed disk. The hard copy and disk must match exactly.

The preferred storage medium is 3 ½ inch disks but we can also accept 5¼ inch disks.

Text should be saved as a wordprocessor file in IBM compatible MS-DOS or Macintosh format. We recommend WordPerfect or Microsoft Word as the wordprocessing software but manuscripts prepared on any microcomputer wordprocessor are acceptable. Please also make a copy as an ASCII file.

Complete and enclose the Disk Specification Form overleaf.

Be careful not to key in unnecessary spaces; only one space is necessary at the end of a sentence after a full point. Space must be keyed after a comma or other punctuation, after an initial (Mr R F Jones) and before an opening parenthesis.

Be careful not to confuse lower case ells (1) with the number one (1), or the capital letter O with zero (0). Ensure that opening quotes are distinguished from closing quotes.

Scientific material can present problems. Please note that displayed equations may need to be rekeyed by the typesetter from hard copy. Journal style should be followed for letter symbols: variables, italic; constants and Crreek characters, roman; matrices and vectors, bold. If you import equations/scientific symbols from another program, please give exact details of program used and what you have done.

• Illustrations which are available in an electronic • format may also be supplied on an additional disk provided that the file format and/or the program used to produce them is clearly indicated and that three high quality hard copies of each illustration are also supplied.

O R G A N I Z A T I O N O F D I S K C O N T E N T

Do not use automatic page numbering or nmning heads. Please number the hard copy by hand.

L A B E L Y O U R D I S K W I T H

Author's name, journal, short title of article, file names and date files were created.

Present your manuscript as simply as possible. Do not do any designing or formatting. Regardless of how smart a manuscript looks, any complex fomaatting will have to be stripped out. Complex formatting will take up more of your time and will also complicate and delay the production process.

We will copyedit the manuscript and insert all required coding onto the disk. All design considerations for typefaces, page layout and artwork positioning will be handled by us.

P A C K I N G Y O U R D I S K

When sending your disks by post, ensure that they are properly protected from damage. Please use special disk envelopes wherever possible.

• It is advisable to write-protect your disk before submission.

• It is important that you keep an identical copy of your disk in case it is damaged in transit.

• THE MOST IMPORTANT CONSIDERATION WHEN PREPARING YOUR DOCUMENT IS TO BE CONSISTENT.

If you run into any problems, are unsure about anything or would like further information, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are only too pleased to help.

Editorial Controller, Marine & Petroluem Geology, Butterworth-Heinemann Ltd, Linacre House, Jordan Hill, Oxford OX2 8DP, UK. Telephone: +44 (0)865 310366, Fax: +44 (0)865 310898.

Marine and Petroleum Geology 1994 Volume 11 Number 2 251

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