Paper Submission Guidelines

  1. Papers reporting the result of original research should contain the following headings: Title in CAPITAL LETTERS, name and address of the author in Lower Case, Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgement and References. Papers not amendable to scientific format should contain a Title in CAPITAL LETTERS, name and address of the author in Lower Case, Abstract, Introduction, Subject headings, Acknowledgement and References.
  2. Keywords (not more than 8) that identify the content of the paper should be placed just after the abstract.
  3. The abstract, not exceeding 200 words, should summarize clearly and objectively the main points of the paper.
  4. Tables should be comprehensive and self-explanatory and placed at the end of the text. Each table should start on a fresh page.All illustrations (graphs, line drawings and photographs) are labelled as Figures and should be placed in separate pages at the end of the text.Colour photographs will only be included if absolutely necessary and at the discretion of the editor.
    In the hard copy of the manuscript, please indicate the approximate position where you want the tables and figures to be placed.
  5. Text citation should give only the author’s name and publication date. Two or more authors are cited as Bowman and Harris (1980) and Tan et al. (2000), respectively. When two or more references appear together in the text they should be arranged chronologically and not alphabetically (e.g. Small and Hunter, 1988; Gibbs, 1991; King et al., 1996; Titler and Hannon, 2000).
  6. References should follow the following format:
    a. Bowman, G.B. and L.D. Harris. 1980. Effect of spatial heterogeneity on ground-nest predation. Journal of Wildlife Management 44:806-813
    b. Tan, K.H., A Zubaid and T.H. Kunz. 2000. Fruit dispersal by the Lesser Dog-faced Fruit Bat, Cynopterusbrachyotis (Müller) (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae). Malayan Nature Journal 54(1):57-62 c. Kiew, B.H. 1984. Terrestrial vertebrate fauna of Lambir Hills National Park. In An Ecological Survey of Lambir Hills National Park, Sarawak. E. Soepadmo and K.I. Sudderuddin (eds). University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. pp. 55-63
  7. All manuscripts must be typed double spaced using Times New Roman font 12 and in English. Please submit in the form of
    a. Soft copy in Microsoft Word to the 7th IHC Scientific Committee by e-mail at the following address: lksim@sarawakforestry.com

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