Footnotes, annotations, figures,
photographs and tables
If a text calls for additional
annotations, they should be placed at the end of the
article (listed with Arabic numerals).
If citations are necessary, they must
quote the authors, year of publication and page.
Figures and photographs should be
provided in black and white or grayscale and should
be submitted in an electronic format, in a size
suitable for printing at 600 dots per inch (dpi).
Please ensure that the provided image files print at
a legible size and are of high quality for
publication. Individual items in a figure legend
should correspond to the numbers marked on a figure,
explanations of which ought to be included in a .doc
file along with the title of a figure.
Tables are to be provided in a
separate .doc file (tables, title, explanations,
Titles of figures and photographs
should be submitted in a separate .doc file and need
to include the following: number, title,
explanations to the legend(1 - ….., 2 - …..,),
The following system should be used for arranging references:
Journal papers: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of paper.
Journal name given in full, volume number (issue number): first and last page
numbers of the paper.
Kowalski J. A., Nowakowska, A., 1991. Highly stratified
Mediterranean estuary. Marine Waters 134, 11-29.
Monographs: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of the monograph.
Publisher, location of publisher.
Kowalsky J., Novakowska A.V., 1984. Geophysical Exploration. Wydawnictwo, Warszawa.
Edited volume papers: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title of paper.
Names and initials of the volume editors, title of the edited volume.
Publisher, location of publisher, first and last page numbers of the paper.
E., 1989. Faunal changes and implications for ocean circulation. In:
Nowakowski A.K., Nowak J.K. (Eds.), Climatic and Biotic
Evolution. Stobno Univ. Press, Stobno, 334-367.
Conference proceedings papers: Names and initials of all authors, year. Title
of paper. Name of the conference. Publisher, location of publisher, first and
last page numbers of the paper.
K., 1976. Climatic change in the permafrost environment.
Int. Conf. Permafrost. , Stobno, Poland, 38-43.
Unpublished theses, reports, etc.: Names and initials of all authors, year.
Title of item. All other relevant information needed to identify the item
(e.g., technical report, Ph.D. thesis, institute, etc.).
N., 1999. Morphological properties of
Vertisols. Ph.D. Thesis, Stobno Univ., Poland.
References to online-only journals
are to comply with the following standard: authors,
article, title and journal name as above, followed
by URL in full — or DOI if known — and year of
publication in parentheses.
References to websites must include: page title,
full URL address, date of access.
author should provide information on sources of funding of research presented
in the scientific article or of the preparation of the scientific article.
Author should send "the Authors statement" together with submitted manuscript.