Preparing a paper for Geonauka

First Author1*, Second Author 2, Third Author1

Affiliation 1, City 1, Country 1
Affiliation 2, City 2, Country 2


Abstract. The abstract should not be longer than 200 words. It should be structured similar to the paper in a
whole. Each section of the paper should be represented by one or two sentences. The reader should be
acquainted with the objectives of the paper, with a background and methods of the research. Present the main
results of the paper in a few words. Finally, emphasize the most valuable conclusions drawn from your
research. Do not cite any references here. Try not to use abbreviations. However, if it is necessary, give the
meaning in the brackets.
Keywords: Minimum 3 and maximum 6 keywords not contained in the title
1 Introduction

Your paper should consist of four to five chapters. The first chapter is “Introduction”, where you introduce
your research. The second chapter is, usually, called “Background” or “Methods” (or “Background and
Methods”), with the theory and the methodology explained. The third chapter, “Results” (or “Results and
Discussion”) is the main chapter, where you present the results of your research. “Conclusion” (or “Conclusion
and Remarks”) is the closing chapter, with the resume of your research and the conclusions drawn from the
You can also include the “Acknowledgements” section, if the research is a part of a project financed or
performed with another organization.
The paper ends with the “References” section, with all work that you used throughout your research.

2 Background
2.1 Styles and fonts
Following styles are predefined, for your convenience:
1. Title: The title should be clear, but with enough information for the readers and longer than two lines
2. Authors: Name all the authors contributing in the paper, with their full names. The corresponding
author's e-mail write in the footnote
3. Affiliations: Affiliations for all the authors. If several authors share the same organization, it is not
necessary to repeat the affiliations, just use the same reference number
4. Abstract
5. Keywords
6. Section: Enumerate the sections manually, starting from 1
7. Subsection: Enumerate the subsections manually to be consistent with the sections numeration
8. Text body: the main style, for text writing
9. Caption: Use this style to give the numbers and titles to your tables and figures
10. Equation: for equations writing.
11. Table: the style for placing the tables
12. Figure: the style you used when placing the figure
13. References: For writing your references.
2.2 Basic rules
From the Vol. 1, No 2. we publish the papers written in English. The maximum length of the paper is 12
You should use only the predefined styles. Please, do not add blank lines between the paragraphs and/or
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like this [1]. First tab aligns the cursor to the left. This is accomplished using tabulators. . The figures should appear near the place in the text where you recall to them. BMP. videos. and more than one space between the words.6 Equations The equations should be centrally aligned to the column. We provide the template with an example of the references list in the References section. Place the captions under the pictures. so if you have colour figures with similar colours. Here is the reference to the sample figure (Fig. However. As throughout the text. second to the centre of the column (where the equation itself is written) and the third to the right. which will be available only in the online version. and their numbers aligned to the right. y=∑ x 2 z3 (1) 3. Online version of the paper will be published in full colour. Allowed formats for your figures are: TIFF. JPG. Enumerate the figures sequentially with the figure number and the title below the figure. 1). 1). You have to cite each reference somewhere in the text. consider to providing also the black-and-white versions. Centre the table along the column. Equation numbers start from 1 and continue consequently.7 Figures All figures should be centred.sections/subsections. Leave no blank lines between the pictures and the captions. Avoid orphan and widow section and subsection titles. The references should be sorted alphabetically. like this (1). The paper will be printed in black and white. leave no blank lines between the caption and the table. using the Caption style. for the printing purposes. You will refer to a reference item using the square brackets. you can place them either before or after the certain paragraph. using Arabic numbers. The text inside the figures must be clearly readable. and other multimedia content). Each equation should be cited in the text. Place table headings above the table. Supplementary material is allowed (exhaustive graphics. Table 1: Formatting a table First heading Second heading Third heading Data 11 Data 12 Data 13 Data 21 Data 22 Data 23 3. The references to each table should appear in the paper (Tab. and EPS with a minimum 300 dpi resolution.5 Tables Enumerate all the tables consecutively. 3.4 Citations and References You should cite all the previously published work you use in your paper. where you will give it the number. 3 Typographical Style and Layout 3.

2012. . Vol 1. Journal Name .. In Proceedings of Some Conference Location. Retrieved from http://www.Figure 1.. Author. B. B. [4] [2] Author. B. A figure Acknowledgement Here you will thank the institutions or private persons financing or cooperating in your research. 2010. A. [3] Author. pp.internet.: Article Title. Author. 2013. 1. B. No. 123-128. A. pp 1-10. A. A..: „Book Title“. Location: Publisher.: Web page. Author.html. References [1] Author. 2008.. Author.: Article Title.