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Author Guidelines

Since January of 2018 Geofísica Internacional accepts articles in English and Spanish. This was an agreed decision taken at the last annual meeting of the Unión Geofísica Mexicana.

All manuscripts should be send in PDF format (including adjoining figures) and uploaded to our system at http://ojs.geofisica.unam.mx/ojs6/index.php/RGI Figures should be included separately in your submission in TIFF, JPG or EPS format at a minimum resolution of 300 DPI (dots per inch).

The first page of the article and your submission to the system should contain the full title of the work, as well as the name and affiliation of each author and her or his postal and electronic addresses.

Each article must include an extended abstract in English not exceeding 350 words, an in Spanish not exceeding 250 words, along with the necessary keywords that accurately describe its contents. The keywords must be submitted in English and Spanish.

Each section of the document shall be divided in sections, each with its corresponding header.

Authors are encouraged to suggest names of referees and warn about any conflict of interest with a reviewer.

References: The accepted style of the references is as follows:

Severo (1994) carried out…

Haas et al. (2002) investigated…

…illite is the main clay mineral (Lüters, 1982).

The reference section of each article should be match the works quoted in the text in alphabetical order, eg.

Articles:

Godinho L., Amado-Mendes P., Tadeu A., Cadena-Isaza A., Smerzini C., Sánchez-Sesma F.J., Madec R., Komatitsch D., 2009, Numerical simulation of ground rotations along 2D topographical profiles under the incidence of elastic plane waves. Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 99, 1147-1161.

Memoirs or proceedings:

Nakamura Y., 2000, Clear identification of funda-mental idea of Nakamura’s technique and its applications, in 12th World conference of Earthquake Engineering, 2656, Auckland, New Zealand, 30 January-4 February.

Books:

Melosh, H.J., 1989, Impact Cratering: A Geologic Process. Oxford University Press, New York, 245 pp.

The International System of Units (m, kg, s, k) should be used.

Galley proofs. Only minor changes and modifications, such as spelling corrections or typos, are acceptable at this stage. Corrected proofs should be returned within seven days. The editor may approve an uncorrected proof for publication if no correction is received on time.

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

 

Copyright Notice

The authors are solely responsible for the source of the contents and images presented in their respective works. The journal is not responsible for any infringements of copyright. Authors are responsible published contents. Once an article is accepted for publication, the author agrees to transfer the copyright to Geofísica Internacional. Reproduction of any paper in full or in part requires prior written authorization by the Technical Editor of the journal.

 

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