The papers sent to Meteorologica should not have been previously published or submitted to other journals for review simultaneously.
The journal has two sections, "Research Papers" and "Notes and Correspondence."
Research Papers: research is complete within the general topic of Weather.
Notes and Correspondence:
Notes: includes brief descriptions of techniques, methods, data or short contributions that require immediate dissemination.
Correspondence: contains comments and discussion of articles published in previous volumes and will be accompanied by the response of the authors.
In all cases, authors should observe the following rules:
Manuscripts must be submitted to the journal by email to email@example.com, accompanied by a cover letter including the name and address of the author / s and the section of the Journal (Research Papers, Notes and Correspondence) to which the author considers it more appropriate to send. Authors may suggest three potential reviewers.
- The text must be transcribed to a word processor, preferably Microsoft Office Word 2003 or higher.
- The article must be written in a column, 1.5 spacing, with the font Times New Roman size 11characteres per inch.
- Articles should be written in Spanish or English, concise writing is recommended, simple and consistent throughout its development.
- The article must include the heading, abstracts, and then the body of work whenever possible, be organized with the following structure: Introduction, Data and Methods, Results, Conclusions, Acknowledgements, References. These sections should be numbered consecutively.
- The header must include: a) title in capital letters, b) names of the authors, c) afiliation, institution or organization they belong to each of the authors and location (city and country), d) e-mail corresponding author's which should be directed to the editors of the Journal.
- The manuscript will include a summary in Spanish and English, the latter proceeded by a title in English. They should be concise and a maximum length of 200 words each. Following the summary (abstract), the authors add no more than five key words (Keywords), in Spanish and English, respectively.
- Figures, maps, illustrations and tables should appear at the end of the text on separate sheets. The same is mentioned in the text, and assigned an Arabic numeral, except the tables numbered with Roman numerals. Each should contain an explanatory text (caption). When others are reproductions of previously published work should specify the appropriate reference and have permission to reproduce figures. The final version of the figures, images and photos must be at least 600dpi.
- Formulas and Symbols are written clearly. When the number of required mathematical expressions, should be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals in parentheses on the right side. Preferably all International Measurement System. You must use a comma to indicate decimal fractions and point to the thousands. Eg 3.24; 3,900. We recommend the use of scientific notation.
- The letters can be used to avoid repeating long names of institutions, projects, etc., but the first words will be with the full name and then in parentheses, the appropriate abbreviation in capital letters and without periods between letters.
- If the authors have doubt about the writing of words or rules of accentuation, they should consider the latest provisions of the Spanish Royal Academy of Arts.
- Acknowledgements are then included in the final section of text to the margin without number, preceded by the title "Thanks. "
- Annexes and tables of symbols and constants, if any, will be placed before the references, not numbered and preceded by the title "Annex".
- Citations in the text notes in parenthesis the author's surname and the year of the work. If the author's name is part of a phrase, just put in brackets the year of publication. The form of citation in the text on the number of authors according to the following examples: ... Matsuno (1970 )..., o (Matsuno, 1970), two authors: ... (Hoskins and Karoly, 1981) And more than two authors ... (Paegle and others, 1983a), several concurrent appointments in chronological order: ... (Matsuno, 1970; Paegle and others, 1983a).
- References are presented at the end of the text of the article under the heading "REFERENCES", not numbered, sorted alphabetically by first author. When jobs include more than one author, the first author himself, will be sorted alphabetically by the surname of the other authors. References by the same author are ordered chronologically, and if there are several for the same year, he added next year lowercase letters in alphabetical order (... 1991a, 1991b,...). ...
- Books: Indicate the surname and initials of authors' names, year of publication, book title, volume, publisher, edition, publisher, and number of pages. In the case of books that bring together works by various authors, state the title of the article or chapter before quoting the title of the book.
Pasquill, A.Ş and Smith, F.B., 1983. Atmospheric diffusion. Third Edition, Ellis Horwood Ltd. 437 pp.
Thom, A.S., 1975. Momentum, mass and heat exchange of plant communities. Vegetation and the atmosphere. Vol.I, J.L. Ed Monteith, Academic Press, pp. 57-109.
- Journal and publications: the surname and initials of authors' names, year of publication, title of the work, journal name, volume, issue and pages.
Bohren, C.F. y Battan, L.J., 1982. Radar backscattering of microwaves by spongy ice spheres. J. Atmos. Sci., 39, 4, 2623-2628.
Thom, A.S., 1975. Momentum, mass and heat Exchange of plant communities. Vegetation and the atmosphere.Vol..I,J.L. Monteith Ed., AcademicPress, págs. 57-109.
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The cost of publication will be determined by the Board of the Centro Argentino de Meteorólogos for each issue. There is a fixed value for publication up to 10 pages letter size (21.5 x 28 cm), and additional fees for excess pages and color pages.