Publishing Procedure

 

 

INFRASTRUKTURA I EKOLOGIA TERENÓW WIEJSKICH
INFRASTRUCTURE AND ECOLOGY OF RURAL AREA
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SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL OF TECHNICAL RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE COMMISSION
POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENES, Cracow Branch

PROCEDURE OF MANUSCRIPT PUBLICATION IN ENGLISH


The journal, a quarterly with a bilingual title as above, publishes research papers in Polish and English - as separate issues.
The manuscript submitted for publication must be an original paper of the author(s) meeting the journal's scope and aims, addressing the research, project, technical, conceptual, methodological or theoretical issues. The submitted paper cannot be published or submitted for publication in other journal; it must not interfere with either copyrights or material rights of other persons, with the meaning of the Polish Act on copyrights of 4 February 1994 (JOL No. 24, item 83).

The structure of manuscript in English

The length of manuscript submitted for publication cannot exceed 10 pages of A4 computer printout, typed using Times New Roman font. Information about the font size and spacing will be given separately. The bulk of the paper mentioned above comprises all of its components: the title, summaries, the main text, figures, tables and list of references.
Title of the paper should be typed in majuscule bold font, 12p. with 1.0 spacing.
The first and last name of the author, typed in bold italics, 11p. should be placed under the title with 1.5 spacing. The author's affiliation should be stated under the name in italics, 8p. (EXAMPLE 2).

Abstract, font 10p, with 1.0 spacing should state, in 10-15 lines, the necessary facts referring to the paper, briefly outline the aim of research, give the most important results and relevant conclusions. Any citations should be avoided.

Keywords, 6 words reflecting the important contents of the paper, font 10p.
Further part of the manuscript, divided into chapters, should be typed using 11-point font with 1.5 spacing.
Chapter headings should be typed using Majuscule bold 11-point font and centered.

Introduction should outline a general background of the problem without any detailed analysis of references or results.
Material and Methods should provide the description of applied research methodology with references, highlight Author's own proposals and the directions of further development.
Theory and calculations should justify the appropriateness of applied methods but not repeat the previous descriptions. Suggestions for further research and potential applications are appropriate.
Results and discussion may be stated jointly. Mathematical formulas cannot be given as images, variables must be written in italics. Equations should be numbered with Arabic numeral, fractions spelled with slash, all typed using 11-point font.

Conclusions should result from the presented investigations and highlight their importance.

References should be listed at the end (10p). The list should contain only the references quoted or cited in the text. Subsequent references should not be numbered, each new position should be written without indentation and all should be typed with 1.0 spacing, however all individual positions should be separated with a double spacing. The references should be stated in alphabetical order, in compliance with APA (EXAMPLE 8).

Acknowledgments - brief and tactful, may be placed under the reference list

The Authors' personal data, detailed affiliation, addresses (telephone, e-mail) with corresponding Author (for many authors), should be stated on the right hand side under the Reference list (font 10p.).

Tables, figures and photographs should be pasted into the text, however the Editors reserve the right to shift them at the manuscript typesetting.
Tables, numbered with Arabic numerals, with the titles typed above (10p.), the title e.g. Table 1 - in bold. The table size should not exceed the area of 13 x 19cm, except when a table exceeds a sheet and must be printed separately. The test in tables should be typed using 9-point font with a single spacing, the table gridlines - 0.5p thick. (EXAMPLE 4).

Figures, photographs and charts should be numbered with Arabic numerals and captions under them typed using 10-point font (Figure 1). Figures are printed in color, so the Authors are kindly requested to choose contrasting colors. Only black lettering must be used for all descriptions in the figures. The minimum required resolution of the JPG or TIFF files is 600dpi. (EXAMPLE 6).
Formulas should be typed using 11-point font (do not provide them as images), in SI units. It is recommended to use equations editor, e.g. Microsoft Eq.

Editorial procedure
A paper written in correct English (American spelling) and following the editorial requirements, should be submitted in electronic form to : infraeco.english@gmail.com
Accepted manuscript is sent to the English editors team of our journal for linguistic methodological and qualification procedures, conducted in close contact with the Author. Therefore, we need the Author's or corresponding Author's address (in case of collective contribution).

Following the initial acceptance for further procedures, the manuscript is sent to two external anonymous reviewers from the countries different than the Author's country of residence to whom the Author's name is also unknown. The reviews are sent electronically.

If the manuscript receives two positive reviews, it is accepted for publication and the reviews are sent to the Author.

It one review is negative, the Editors assess the importance of objections and together with the Author decide about the correction measures. If it proves negative or impossible, the manuscript is rejected. Two negative reviews automatically eliminate the manuscript from any further proceedings.

Once the journal has been printed, the Authors are sent paper copies of their papers to their addresses.

 

PRZYKŁADY - EXAMPLES


1.

MOŻLIWOŚĆ RETENCJONOWANIA WODY W NIZINNEJ ZLEWNI
CIEKU JEZIORKA

Beata Olszewska, Edyta Nowicka
Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy we Wrocławiu

THE POSSIBILITY OF WATER RETENTION IN A LOWLAND JEZIORKA
STREAM CATCHMENT

2.

THE ANALYSIS OF THE RESULTS OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY
EXPERIMENTS ON THE BASIS OF A DEVELOPED UAV MODEL

Volodymir Hlotov1, Zbigniew Siejka1, Vadim Koleschnichenko2,
Olexandr Prokhorchuk2, Anatolyi Tserklevych3, Lyubov Babiy3
1University of Agriculture in Krakov, 2Kyiv National Technical University of Ukraine,
3Lviv Politechnic National University

3.

Tabela 1. Zapotrzebowanie na wodę pomidorów w różnych okresach wzrostu i plonowania (Wysocka-Owczarek 1998)
Table 1. The demand for water of tomatoes in different periods of growth and yield

Okres uprawy Przybliżone zapotrzebowanie pożywki
Ustawianie roślin na matach
Ustawianie roślin w otworach
Okres kwitnienia od 1 do 3 grona
Okres od 3 do 5 grona
Początek plonowania
Pełnia plonowania Jednorazowa dawka ~ 200ml
Zapotrzebowanie dzienne 0,6÷1,0 l na roślinę
Zapotrzebowanie dzienne 0,8÷1,2 l na roślinę
Zapotrzebowanie dzienne 1,8÷2,5 l na roślinę
Zapotrzebowanie dzienne 1,8÷2,5 l na roślinę
Zapotrzebowanie dzienne 2,5÷3,5 l na roślinę

 

 

 

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Table 4. Saturation of distributive water supply systems and collective sewerage systems in urban-rural communes of KMA in years 2003 and 2013.

Urban-rural communes The length of water supply systems in km 2003 The length of water supply systems in km 2013 The length of sewerage systems in km 2003 The length of sewerage systems in km 2013
Nowy Wiśnicz 23,4 76,1 9,7 24,6
Krzeszowice 247,4 266,6 51,5 105,4
Skała 100,00 106,3 16,8 110,4
Skawina 156,8 254,2 36,6 91,5
Słomniki 146,3 174,2 9,4 16,9
Świątniki Górne 70,5 73,6 6,7 18,8
Dobczyce 133,9 145,7 28,3 46,3
Myślenice 198,5 256,5 97,6 292,6
Sułkowice 37,1 77,3 11,0 67,7
Proszowice 180,9 223,3 21,4 28,6
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska 127,7 138,2 9,2 16,2
Wadowice 106 125,0 98,1 157,9
Total length of systems for urban-rural communes of KMA (km) 1528,5 1917,0 396,3 976,9
The area of urban-rural communes of KMA (km2) 971,43

 

5.

A B C

Rysunek 2. Urządzenia hydrotechniczne wspomagające retencjonowanie wody w zbiorniku Brodno (autor: Edyta Nowicka)
Figure 2. Hydrotechnical devices supporting the retention of water in the water pond Brodno (author: Edyta Nowicka)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Figure 1. Positions of the counties of the Śląskie voivodship in the property space referring to the movables in the years 1996, 2002 and 2010

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LITERATURA
Dzieżyc, J. (1988). Rolnictwo w warunkach nawadniania. Warszawa: PWN, s. 415.

Grzyb, Z.S., Zagaja, S.W., Czynczyk A. (1973). Studia nad podkładkami dla śliw. W: Wpływ różnych podkładek na siłę wzrostu i owocowanie drzew Węgierki Włoskiej. Prace Inst. Sadownictwa 17: 9-24.

Grzyb Z.S., Kolbusz M., (1988): The growth and Bering of four plum cultivars grafted on various rootstocks. Fruit Sci. Rep. 15 (3): 111-116.

Pipitone B.M. Hartmann W. Stosser, (1994): Cropping of Plum and Prunes in reliation to nitrogen fertilization. Acta Hort. 359: 195-198.

Podsiadło C., Jaroszewska A., Rumasz - Rudnicka E., Kowalewska R.,(2009): Reakcja śliw odmian „Amersis" i Cacanska Rana na zróżnicowane warunki wilgotnościowe i nawożenie mineralne. Infrastruktura i Ekologia Terenów Wiejskich PAN, Oddział w Krakowie nr 3: 233-242.


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REFERENCES

Gruszczyński J., Kwapisz J.(2000). Stan infrastruktury technicznej Małopolski na tle kraju, "Zeszyty Naukowe AR w Krakowie, nr 365, Sesja Naukowa 72, 2000,s.157-168.

Kwapisz J. (2005). Ocena stanu infrastruktury wodno-ściekowej w gminach powiatów limanowskiego i nowosądeckiego. "Infrastruktura i Ekologia Terenów Wiejskich" 4: 2005 s. 39-46.

Piasecki A. (2013a). Rozwój infrastruktury wodno-kanalizacyjnej w gminach powiatu tucholskiego
i świeckiego. "Logistyka" 4: 2013 s. 405-410.

Piasecki A. (2013b). Ramowa Dyrektywa Wodna a rozwój infrastruktury wodno-kanalizacyjnej w województwie kujawsko-pomorskim. "Zeszyty Naukowe Polityki Europejskie, Finanse i Marketing" 9 (58) 2013 s. 351-360.

 

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