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The manuscripts not on the format are returned to authors for redress.
Please limit the title to 16 words.
Please provide a short title (running head), a maximum of 8 words.
The Abstract should refer to the main hypotheses and results and emphasize the key findings of the research, indicating the generality and applicability of the results. The Abstract should not exceed 300 words.
Provide a maximum of 7 key words to the abstract. Avoid overlap with the title.
References in Articles
We recommend the use of a tool such as EndNote or Reference Manager for reference management and formatting. EndNote reference styles can be searched for here: http://www.endnote.com/support/enstyles.asp
Each reference should conform to the examples given below, with author names separated only by a comma as shown. Full stops should not be used in the forename initials. The name of a journal should be given in the abbreviated form, strictly following the codes given in http://library.caltech.edu/reference/abbreviations/ The References should be listed in alphabetical order according to the surname of the first author and should give the full title of the paper. Anonymous contributions should be cited at the beginning of the bibliography.
In the running text, citations should be made as in the following examples: Beroks and Bode (1999), or (Richter 1991, 1993; Shahwani et al., 2013). Up to two authors give the names; for more than two authors, give the name of the first author followed by “et al.”
Arslan, M., Kaminski, M.A., Khalil, A.B., 2016. Living Behaviors of Benthic Foraminifera from Eastern Bahrain and the Saudi Coastline. Bullet. Env. Stud. 1(1), 1-9.
Chapman, R.F., 1998. The insects – Structure and function. 4th edition. CambridgeUniversity Press, Cambridge.
Goldstein, S. 1999. Foraminifera: A biological overview, In: Sen Gupta, B.K. (Ed.) Modern Foraminifera. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 37-55
Unpublished work should only be cited when it has been accepted for publication, and then together with the name of the journal in which it has been accepted. Arslan, M., Kaminski M.A., 2017. Molecular Taxonomy of Benthic Foraminfera in Arabian Gulf. Bullet. Env. Sc. (in press).
Beckleheimer, J., 1994. How do you cite URLs in a bibliography? [WWW document]. URL http://www.nrlssc.navy.mil/meta/bibliography.html.
Use the DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number. Bullet. Env. Stud. DOI: XXXX/XXXX
Tables must be uploaded separately. Tables must be self-explanatory and accompanied by legends. Please number tables consecutively in the order in which they occur in the text. Tables should be created using the table function in MS Word. Please mark the position of the tables in the text.
Figures must be uploaded separately. Figure legends should be included with the main text of the manuscript, after the references. Please number figures consecutively in the order in which they occur in the text. All figures must be provided in Microsoft Word, Rich Text Format or JPEG. Please mark the position of the figures in the text. Line drawings should only be contour drawings without halftones (photo, shades of grey). Please do not use patterns; rough hatching is possible. Graphs with an x and y axis should not be enclosed in frames.
Supporting information can include additional figures, tables, appendices or other data sets (including raw data, if appropriate). Authors wishing to submit larger files are advised to contact the journal’s editor. This information will not be published in the printed edition of the journal, but will be view able in the online edition. Supporting information should be to the point and designed with the aim to allow a complete and full understanding of the manuscript. Authors are encouraged to shift material of secondary importance to the online Supporting Information. If you have previously provided Supporting Information with your article, please note it will not be edited or altered from its original format during the Production process. Although a proof of your Supporting Information is not available, it will appear online when your article is published.
After acceptance of a paper, the corresponding author will be notified by email. The copyrights of all the accepted articles will automatically transfer to MNPublishers®.
The corresponding author will receive Galley Proof via e-mail in MS Word file which should be reviewed and returned within 7 days.