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Guidelines to Author for Preparation of Papers
The manuscript in triplicate or in soft copy (MS word) should be addressed to the Editor, HYDROLOGY Journal at the following address
Dr. M.K. Jain
Editor, Hydrology Journal
Indian Association of Hydrologists’
Department of Hydrology
Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee
Roorkee – 247 667 (India)
Should be typewritten on only one side of A4 size paper with wide margin on one side. Generally, there is no page charge, but authors are advised to confine their manuscripts to 15 typewritten pages (including abstract, references, tables, and figures). The first page should contain a concise but informative title (not exceeding 70 characters), an abstract not exceeding 200 words, and five keywords (to be used for indexing purpose). Names of the author(s) along with telephone, fax, e-mail numbers of the author(s) should be provided on a separate page. For headings, first capital, and rest small letters in each word for other headings. Five reprints of the published paper will be supplied free of charge and sent to the corresponding author.
Mathematical Symbols and Notations
Symbols should be defined wherever they appear first in the text.
Drawings and Tables
All illustrations (e.g., figures, and drawings) should be drawn on good quality tracing paper with dense black drawing in a proportion so that details (e.g., lines, numbers, symbols, letters) are clearly visible after a reduction to alteast one half of the original size, and shoild be numbered consequently in the order they are mentioned in the text. Each illustration should have a legend; these should be on a separate page and numbered consequently. Tables should also similarly numbered. With new generation DTP softwares, these could be made embedded on the text. Photographs (in black and white, unless otherwise warranted) should be submitted as un-mounted glossy enlargements showing good details and moderate contrast.
References to published literature appearing in the text should be in the form " as mentioned by Todd (1980)" or as given by Katiyar et al. (1993)". These references should be listed alphabetically at the end of the text in the following style:
Todd, D.K., 1980. Groundwater Hydrology, 2nd Ed., John Wiley, New york.
Katiyar, V.S., Juyal, G.P., and Dadhwal, K.S., 1993. Water resource conservation in a mined watershed in the U.P. Himalaya, Hydrology Journal, XVI (1 & 2), 1-13