Submission of manuscripts
Manuscripts are preferred in good English. Both USA and UK
spelling will be accepted. Authors are requested to have
their manuscripts read by a person fluent in English before
submission. The text, figure captions, figures and tables
should be combined into one pdf-file. Before creating the
pdf, please add line numbers to the text file (MsWord: file
> page format > layout). This should be sent via Email to
the Editor-in-Chief (Michael Wagreich):
Editor in Chief:
Phone: +43 (1) 4277 - 534 65
Fax: +43 (1) 4277 - 95 34
Authors wishing to submit a manuscript in hard copy, rather
than electronically, should contact the Editor-in-Chief
first. Submission of an article is understood to imply that
the article is original and unpublished and is not being
considered for publication elsewhere.
Preparation of the text:
The manuscript should preferably be prepared on a word
processor and printed with double line spacing and wide
margins and include an abstract of not more than 500 words.
An abstract written in German is also required. The title
page should include the name(s) of the author(s), their
affiliations and e-mail addresses. In the case of more than
one author, please indicate to whom correspondence should be
References in the text should consist of the surname of the
author(s), followed by the year of publication in
parentheses. More than two authors should be cited with the
first author's surname, followed by “et al.”. All references
cited in the text should be given in the reference list and
vice-versa. Citations to material “in preparation” or
“submitted” are not accepted. Citations in the text should
be chronological and in the form “(Ramsay and Huber, 1987;
Faupl et al., 1999; Catlos et al., 2002)” or “according to
Frank et al. (1973)”. The reference list at the end of the
manuscript should be in alphabetical order with the
Mansinha, L., Smylie, D.E. and Orphal, D.L., 1971. The
displacement fields of inclined faults. Bulletin of the
Seismological Society of America, 61, 1433-1440.
Ramberg, H., 1952. The Origin of Metamorphic and Metasomatic
Rocks. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 317 pp.
Dewey, J.F., Holdsworth, R.E. and Strachan, A., 1998.
Transpression and transtension. In: R.R. Jones and R.E.
Holdsworth (eds.), Continental Trans-pressional and
Transtensional Tectonics. Geological Society London Special
Publication, 104, pp. 1-14.
Salemink, J., 1985. Skarn and ore formation at Seriphos,
Greece, as a consequence of granodiorite intrusion. PhD
Thesis, University of Utrecht, Utrecht, 232 pp.
Tables should be compiled on separate sheets and should be
numbered according to their sequence in the text and should
also be numbered sequentially in the submitted pdf file.
Illustrations should be submitted on separate sheets and
numbered in the order that they are referred to in the text.
Figures should be numbered sequentially in the submitted pdf
file. Figures should be submitted at the size preferred for
printing. Note that lettering in the final illustrations
should be between 6 and 12 points and the minimum line
thickness used should be 0.5 pt. The page format of the
journal (ISO A4) should be considered in designing the
Authors wishing to use colour reproduction will be charged
the extra printing costs of € 150,- per colour figure; they
should inform the editors on submission of the text.
Figure sizes and resolution:
The authors are requested to supply 4-6 keywords that can be
used for indexing/abstracting purposes.
Pdf-File and reprints:
A high resolution pdf of each article published is supplied
free of charge to the authors. No free-of-charge reprints are supplied.
Submission of electronic text:
For the final version it is essential that the name and
version of the word-processing/graphics programs and format
of the files are clearly indicated. Illustrations should be
submitted as Corel DRAW files or in JPG (>600 dpi,
non-compressed) -formats in Grayscale or CMYK.