Re: [Odonata-l] Request for ARGIA Contributions
- I just received email that made me realize some folks may not know what ARGIA is. ARGIA is one of two publications that the Dragonfly Society of the Americas publishes. See http://www.odonatacentral.com/dsa1/publications.htm for details. If you are not a member of DSA, I encourage you to consider joining. Membership information can be found at the link above as well.
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From: John C. Abbott
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Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2007 12:07 PM
Subject: Re: [Odonata-l] Request for ARGIA Contributions
It is already time for another issue of ARGIA and I would like to solicit any articles, notes, or other information that you think the readers might enjoy. You can send content to me anytime, but I will need it by the end of next week if it is to be included in this issue.
Cheers and my apologies for cross-posting.
John C. Abbott, Ph.D.
Curator of Entomology, Texas Natural History Collections
Section of Integrative Biology
1 University Station #L7000
The University of Texas at Austin
Austin, Texas 78712 USA
Office Phone: (512) 471-5467
Lab Phone: (512) 232-1896
Fax: (512) 475-6286
Instructions to Authors for ARGIA Submissions
Digital submissions of all materials (via e-mail or CD) are vastly preferred to hardcopy. If digital submissions are not possible, contact the Editor before sending anything. All material must be sent directly to the Editor, John C. Abbott <jcabbott@...>.
All articles and notes are preferably submitted in Word or Rich Text Format, without any figures or tables, or their captions, embedded. Only minimal formatting to facilitate review is needed-single column with paragraph returns and bold/italic type where necessary. Include captions for all figures and tables in a separate document.
Include a title, author name(s), and contact information (especially email) with a line between each. The article or note should follow this information. Paragraphs should be separated by a line and the first line should not be indented. Where possible always refer to the scientific name of a species followed by its official common name in parentheses.
Submit figures individually as separate files, named so that each can be easily identified and matched with its caption. Requirements vary depending on the type of graphic.
Photographs and other complex (continuous tone) raster graphics should be submitted as TIFF (preferred) or JPEG files with a minimum of 300 ppi at the intended print size. If unsure about the final print size, keep in mind that over-sized graphics can be scaled down without loss of quality, but they cannot be scaled up without loss of quality. The printable area of a page of Argia or BAO is 6.5 × 9.0 inches, so no graphics will exceed these dimensions. Do not add any graphic features such as text, arrows, circles, etc. to photographs. If these are necessary, include a note to the Editor with the figure's caption, describing what is needed. The editorial staff will crop, scale, sample, and enhance photographs as deemed necessary and will add graphics requested by the author.
Charts, graphs, diagrams, and other vector graphics (e.g. computer-drawn maps) are best submitted in Illustrator format or EPS. If this is not possible, then submit as raster graphics (PNG or TIFF) with a minimum of 600 ppi at the intended print size. You may be asked to provide the raw data for charts and graphs if submitted graphics are deemed to be unsatisfactory. When charts and graphs are generated in Excel, please submit the Excel document with each chart or graph on a separate sheet and each sheet named appropriately (e.g. "Fig. 1", "Fig. 2", etc.)
Tables may be submitted as Word documents or Excel spreadsheets. If Excel is used, place each table on a separate sheet and name each sheet appropriately (e.g. "Table 1", "Table 2", etc.)
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