Title (centred on page)
Authors: first and last names of the author(s), organisational affiliation(s), e-mail address(es)
Headings: Up to three basic levels of headings may be used:
Level A: Flush with left margin, in bold
Level B: Flush with the left margin
Level C: Flush with left margin, and italicised
Style: Units of measurement should follow the Systeme International d'Unités (SI units). Standard abbreviations, symbols and acronyms must be used throughout. Statistical analysis must explain the methods used. Footnotes should be avoided. Single quotation marks are preferred.
References: Only key references should be cited. Every source cited in your text, and only those sources cited in your text should be included in the list of references. A maximum of 6 references is recommended. References in the text and in the list of references at the end of the text must be formatted using the author-date format of the Chicago Manual of Style: see styles T and R
Tables, Figures/Illustrations: should only be included if absolutely essential; and only one of any of these in the abstract. They should be in a form suitable for reproduction; lettering should be clear and consistent in style. Do not incorporate the legend in the table or figure. Do not integrate tables or figures within the text, but place at the end of the Word file.