All manuscripts must be submitted as attachment by using e-mail address of the Editor-in-Chief Almo Farina (email@example.com).
The format of the manuscript file can be in Word, WordPerfect, RTF, TXT, TIFF, GIF, JPEG, EPS, Postscript, PICT.
Authors must supply a letter of submission to accompany a manuscript. The letter should describe that the work submitted to JME is original unpublished work, and is not being considered for publication elsewhere. Authors are welcome to suggest 3 potential appropriate reviewers to handle the manuscript.
The journal only accepts manuscripts written in (British or American) English. Manuscripts should be prepared using A4 Letter size, leaving adequate margins (3 cm minimum) on all sides. Please double-space all materials, including notes and references.
The manuscript must have lines and pages numbered consecutively beginning with the title page, and including tables, figures, and appendices.
Reference list style according these examples:
Pulliam, H.R. 1988. Sources, sinks and population regulation. American Naturalist 132: 652-661.
Warnock, S., Griffiths, G.H. 2015. Landscape Characterisation: the Living Landscapes approach in the UK. Landscape Research 40: 261-278.
Towsey, M., Wimmer, J., Williamson., I., Roe, P. 2014. The use of acoustic indices to determine avian species richness in audio-recordings of the environment. Ecological Informatics 21: 110-119.
Chapters in Books:
Hansen, A. J., di Castri, F., Naiman, R. J. 1988. Ecotones: what and why? In: di Castri, F., Hansen, A. J., Holland, M.M. (eds.), A new look at ecotones. Biology International, special issue 17: 9-46.
MacArthur, R.H., Wilson, E.O. 1967. The theory of Island Biogeography. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, USA.
Hanski, I.A., Gilpin, M.E. (eds) 1997. Metapopulation Biology. Academic Press, New York, USA.