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a) Title page including: (i) a concise and informative title; (ii) the full names and affiliations of all authors (including email addresses); (iii) the full mailing address, telephone and fax numbers of the corresponding author.
b) A concise and informative abstract of 150 words or less.
c) Introduction clearly stating the purpose (aims and objectives) of the paper.
d) The main body of the manuscript may be divided into sections and subsections. The use of sub-subsections is discouraged, except in very long papers.
e) Discussion. The discussion should emphasize the implications and practical significance of the findings, their limitations, and relevance to previous studies.
f) References in the text should be cited as follows:
one or two authors - Smith (1993) or (Smith, 1993) or Smith and Brown (1993) etc.
three or more authors - Smith et al. (1993) or (Smith et al. 1993)
Papers by the same author(s) in the same year should be distinguished by the letters a, b, etc. References should be listed at the end of the paper giving the year of publication, title of paper, journal titles in full, volume number and first and last page numbers. References to books should include their edition, editor(s), publisher and place of publication. Names of journals must be given in full, with abbreviations. Please adhere closely to the following format in the list of references:
Billiam, A.T. (1986) Effect of surface runoff on water quality measurements. Journal of Environmental Science, 84, 161-75.
Jones, A. B. and Smith, W. (1984) Statistical Methods for Scientists. Wiley, New York.
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Lawson, W. (1987) A survey of soil remediation methods. In Advances in Soil Science, A. Hall and B. West (eds), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. 104-6.
Singer, J.M. (1989) Contributions to the theory of order statistics. Ph.D. thesis, University of Vermont.
USEPA (1989) Methods for evaluating the attainment of cleanup standards. Volume 1: Soils and solid media. Statistical Policy Branch, US Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M Street SW, Washington, DC 20460.
Davis, J. O. (1989) Statistics for beginners. In Proceedings of the American Statistical Society Conference on Education and Statistics. Edited by A. Bunn and J. Block. Madrid, July. pp. 405-12.
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