Author Guideline

Author Guidelines

GENERAL INFORMATION

  1. Manuscripts must be original, have not been published previously in any scientific journal, that manuscripts are not being submitted for publication elsewhere, and will not be submitted to any media during the review process, unless the authors have officially withdrawn the manuscripts from Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology. The statement must be stated in a statement of originality and copyright release form (Form A). Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology uses Similarity Check powered by Turnitin to prevent any suspected plagiarism in the manuscripts.
  2. Manuscripts submited are research topics which have nonconflict with bioethical research.

The journal is published 3 (three) times a year.

MANUSCRIPT FILE

  1. Manuscripts are written in English and used standard scientific usage. Authors whose first language is not English should consult the manuscript with English editing service before submit it to Journal of Earth Energy Science, Engineering, and Technology.
  2. Manuscripts should be prepared in Microsoft Word format, except for Graphs using Microsoft Excel program and Figures using JPEG or PDF format.
  3. Manuscripts should be typed using Calibri Light font at 12 pt.
  4. Manuscripts should be typed one and half (1.5) spaced except for Title, Tables, Title of Graphs/Figures, and appendix typed single spaced. Manuscripts are prepared in A4 paper, margins on all four sides are 3 cm, and total number of pages is 12-20.
  5. Use page numbers and line numbers.
  6. Manuscripts content should be arranged as the following order: Title, Name of the author(s) and their institutions, Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgment (if any), References.
  7. Manuscripts and Form A should be submitted electronically through online system: http://www.trijurnal.lemlit.trisakti.ac.id/index.php/jeeset/user/register

Authors are unable to submit electronically could send the files to email: jeeset_mtp@trisakti.ac.id

CONTENT OF MANUSCRIPTS

  1. Tittle must be brief, clear, specific and informative which reflect the article content. The length of the title maximum 18 words. Each word of the title should be started with capitalized letter.
  2. Name of author(s) are written as for references. Academic tittle of the authors should not be included.
  3. Name of institution(s) where the research was conducted must be accompanied with full address including institution/department, city, country, and only one corresponding author e-mail.
  4. Abstract must be written in English, in single paragraph and no more than 250 words. Abstracts contain clear statement of introduction, objective, methods, results, significance of finding, and conclusion, with no references cited.
  5. Keywords should be written in no more than 5 (five) words or phrases.
  6. Introduction describes a brief background of the research, novelty, state of the arts, and objective(s). It should be written efficiently and supported by references. Extensive discussion of relevant literatures should be included in the discussion, not in the introduction.
  7. Research Methodology
    1. Method should consist of research design, subject characteristics, data collection process and data analysis
    2. If necessary, it should raise ethical issues particularly when dealing with human participant.
    3. Appropriate statistical methods should be used, although the biological mechanism should be emphasized. The statistical model, classes, blocks, and experimental unit must be designated. Consultation with a statistician is recommended to prevent any incorrect or inadequate statistical methods.
  8. Table
    1. Tables should be prepared using Microsoft Word Table function, select Insert>Table and follow the instruction. Please do not separate cells into rows and columns by using tabs and spaces.
    2. Tables should be clear and could stand alone (giving a complete information and could be understood without referring to the body of manuscript).
    3. Caption for the table is written below it. The caption is written in font size 11 and placed as in the example. If caption has 2 paragraph should be aligned left instead of center.
    4. No dot at the end of the caption of table. The line-height should be 1 instead of 1.5.
    5. Text inside the table 10 pt, Calibri Light, one single space, aligned left instead of center.
    6. All tables should be cited in the text and should not duplicate data already given in the text or in figures.
    7. The caption should be brief and clear. Only the initial word is capitalized, typed above the table, and numbered using Arabic number.
    8. Separating lines should be made horizontal (three lines) to separate head of column (treatment) and data, and closing line. Do not put vertical line/border.
    9. Data should be completed with standard deviation (SD), standard error (SE), or coefficient of variation (CV) to figure out its variation.
    10. Footnote for statistical analysis should be written: “Means in the same column/row with different superscript differ significantly (P<0.05) or highly significant (P<0.01)”.
    11. Each abbreviation or symbols should be de-scribed in footnote.
  9. Figure and Graph
    1. Graphic contents are placed symmetrically on the page and there is one blank single space line between the graphic content and the paragraphs. A graphic content is placed immediately after it is referred to in the body of the text and is numbered in Arabic numerals.
    2. Caption for the graphic content is written below it and there is one blank single space line between it and the graphic content. The caption is written use Calibri light font size 10, single space and placed as in the example. If caption has 2 paragraph should be aligned left instead of center.
    3. No dot at the end of the caption of figure. The line-height should be 1 instead of 1.5.
    4. Symbols and description of Figure and Graphic should be defined in tittle that would give complete information and could stand alone.
    5. Figures should be prepared one column (8 cm wide) or full-page width (17 cm wide). Use Calibri light font types only, 8 pt, one single space for text inside the figures, aligned left instead of center.
    6. Please also remove unnecessary backgrounds and grid lines from graphs.
    7. For bar charts, should be made in 2-dimension and should use stripes as fill patterns, not a solid or block shading. Each axis should have a description and a unit.
    8. For line graphs, use a minimum stroke weight of 1 point for all lines. If multiple lines are to be distinguished, use solid, long-dash, short-dash, and dotted lines; avoid the use of gray or shaded lines. Please use the following symbols to identify curves and data points: □, ■, ○, ▲, ∆, ◊, ♦, +, and ×.
    9. Use coordinates to show the location of sampling/research study instead of the map.
  10. Results and Discussion
    1. Data should be presented in Tables or Figures when feasible. There should be no duplication of data in Tables and Figures. Sufficient and comprehensive data followed with some index of variation (e.g., SD, SE, etc.) and significance level (e.g., P<0.01) should be presented to give a complete information and allow the reader to interpret the results of the experiment.
    2. The text should explain or elaborate the tabular data, but numbers should not be repeated extensively within the text.
    3. Discussion should be consistent and should interpret the results clearly and concisely, address biological mechanism and their significance, supported with suitable literatures. The discussion should show relevance between the results and the end of investigation and/ or hypotheses.
  11. Conclusion should be written briefly in single paragraph, but reflects the experimental results obtained.
  12. Acknowledgement (if any) to person(s) or institution(s) who help the experiment should be stated.
  13. References. We suggest authors to use reference management software like EndNote (http://endnote.com/downloads/styles),  Mendeley (https://www.mendeley.com/features /reference-manager/), etc., to prepare citations and the list of references.
    1. References should come from a minimum of 10 primary sources of no more than 10 years old, a minimum of 80% of references are from journals and/or accredited national journals.
    2. Citing a citation from secondary sources, such as Morris (2005) in Rinanti et al. (2016), and using ‘Anonym’ as reference are not allowed.
    3. The electronic publications are only allowed to use, if those are published by a competent source, such as journal and government or private institution. The accessed date should be put after the last sentence.
    4. Reference citations in the text: Takahashi (2014) or (Takahashi, 2014); O’neil et al. (2006) or (O’neil et al., 2017); Priyanto and Johnson (2011) or (Priyanto and Johnson, 2011).
    5. References should be listed alphabetically by the author(s) last name(s) and the year of publication. For books, the order is all author(s), year, title of the book, name and place of publisher. For journals, author(s), year, title of the article(s), journal name, volume and number of publication, and pages. Journals should be abbreviated according to the conventional abbreviation used by Pubmed (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlm- catalog/journals). For article in a book: author(s), year, title of the article, editor(s), book title, name and place of publisher.

Style for Book

M.J. Carr, C.E. Lymar, J.M. Cowley (Ed.), Electron Diffraction Technique, Vol.1, International Union of Crystallography/ Oxford University Press, New York, 2015, p.122.

M.J. Adams, B.J. Briscoe, S.K. Sinha, in: D. Dowson, C.M. Taylor, T.H.C. Childs, M. Godet, G. Dalmas (Eds.), Dissipative Processes in Tribology, Tribology Series, Vol. 27, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2014, p.223.

D. Palik (Ed.), Handbook of Optical Constants of Solid II, 3rd ed., Academic Press, New York, 2011, p.151-180.

Style for Journal

Barakat, M. A. 2010. New Trends in Removing Heavy Metals from Industrial Wastewater. Arabian Journal of Chemistry. 4(4): 361-377.

Style for Patent

H. Yamagihi, A. Hiroe, H. Nishio, K. Miki, K.  Tsuge, Y. Tawada, U.S. Patent No. 5264710, 23 Nov. 2013

Style for Electronic Publications

Scramlin, S. M., S. N. Carr, C. W. Parks, D. M. Fernandez-Dueñas, C. M. Leick, F. K. McKeith, & J. Killefer. 2008. E ect of Ractopamine level, gender and duration of Ractopamine on belly and bacon quality traits. Meat Sci.

Windisch, W., K. Schedle, C. Pliner, & A. Kroismayr. 2008. Use of phytogenic products as feed additives for swine and poultry. J. Anim. Sci. 86:E140-E148. http://jas.fass.org/cgi/ content/full/86/14_suppl/E140 . [29 December 2009].

IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources). 2007. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species: 2001 Categories and Criteria (Version 3.1). http://www.iucnredlist.org/ [8 October 2007].

Style for Dissertations

Fathaddin, M. T. The Application of Lattice Gas Automata ………. Ph.D Thesis. Petroleum Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Johor bahru, Malaysia, 2007.

Style for Conference/Proceeding

Wang, C., X. Zhou, W. Zhang, , Y. Chen, A. Zeng, F. Yin, J. Li, R. Xu, and S. Liu. 2011. Study on Preparing Fatty Acids by Lipase Hydrolysis Waste Oil from Restaurants. Power and Energy Conference, Jakarta, Indonesia.

Style for Reports

R.D. Nicholson, International Structures In Nickel-based Transition Joints After Long Term Service, Report RD/M/N1131, Central Electricity Generating Board, Marchwood, 2008.