PAPERS. INSTRUCTIONS TO AUTHORS.
Taphonomy of heteromorph ammonoids
Charles WESTERSAND (1), Michael P. OVERTONE (1) and Luis HERNÁNDEZ (2)
1 Department of Paleontology, University of Texas, Austin, Texas 78712, U.S.A.
Headings and subheadings should be typed at the left of the page.
Example with main heading and first level and second level subheadings:
... ammonoids are easily reelaborated.
MATERIAL AND METHODS (Normal Times New Roman 12)
Shells of ammonoids are often dissolved...
Statistical techniques (Bold Times New Roman 12)
Multivariate and non parametric techniques are applied....
Multivariate approach.- (Italic Times New Roman 12) Principal component analysis supplies a good tool for interpreting our raw data....
Remember that references in text should be cited according to the following models:
Behrensmeyer & Kidwell (1985)
(Behrensmeyer & Kidwell, 1985)
Meléndez et al. (1990)
(Meléndez et al., 1990)
(Behrensmeyer & Kidwell, 1985; Kidwell, 1997)
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