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Go. The regulations of the Board of Audit and Inspection.

1. The purpose of these Regulations is to determine the organization and work of the Association of Executions in accordance with Article 17 of the Articles of Incorporation of this chapter. 2. The Board of Trustees shall conduct this meeting at the resolution of the Board of Directors and the General Assembly. 3. The Board of Audit and Inspection shall have the following officials

A chief secretary
A secretary for general affairs
An academic secretary
A business secretary
A finance secretary
A managing editor

4. The Secretary General is elected by the Board of Directors from among its full members and is appointed by the Chairman after the approval of the General Assembly. 5. Each secretary shall be recommended by the Chief Secretary and shall be appointed by the Chairman. 6. The Secretary General shall supervise the executive committee and carry out the work of the plenary session.
The Secretary of State for General Affairs is responsible for the administration and administration of the plenary.
The Secretary of Academic Affairs presides over regular academic events.
The Project Secretary shall organise special events other than foreign affairs and regular academic activities.
The treasurer shall be in charge of the accounting affairs of the plenary.
The editorial secretary is responsible for the compilation of the publications issued by this society.
7. The decision of the Board of Audit and Inspection shall be made by a majority of the members present, and in the case of a tie, the secretary shall decide. 8. The term of the Secretary of State and the Secretary of State begins on 1 March the year and expires at the end of February the following year. 9. Matters not specified in these Regulations shall follow the Board's resolutions and practices.

Established May 14, 1999

A. Branch Installation Rules

1. Article 3 of the Articles of Incorporation allows local and overseas branches to be set up. 2. The branch office operates according to the regulations of the branch. 3. The Branch Regulations come into force on the day that they are approved by the Board of Directors. 4. In the chapter rules, branch officials are to be made up of a few branch managers, some department heads, some auditors, and some secretaries. 5. Regional officials will be selected according to the local regulations and will be approved by the board of directors. 6. The office will report the details of the management in writing four times a year (March, June, September, and December).

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7. Expenses for the operation of a branch office are covered by operating grants and donations. 8. The branch receives the annual audit board meeting. However, this may be omitted in the case of overseas branches. 9. The Branch Office has a duty to comply with the resolutions of the General Assembly and the Board of Directors.

Established May 14, 1999

Regulations for honorary members and special members

1. The purpose of these regulations is to establish matters concerning the appointment of honorary members and special members in accordance with Article 6 of the Articles of Association. 2. As a member who served as chairman and retired from public office, he or she is to be appointed an honorary member. 3. Although it is difficult to function as a member, an honorary member can be designated by the Board of Directors as an honorary member who greatly contributed to the development of domestic agriculture and forestry meteorology prior to the establishment of this society. 4. The special members shall be determined by the Board of Directors on the recommendation of the Chief Secretary when they have made a significant contribution to the development of this society as industry workers concerned, but are not expected to perform as members. 5. Honorary members and special members are exempt from annual fees. 6. Honorary members and special members shall have the same rights as regular members except for voting rights.

Established May 14, 1999

D. Regulations for the Establishment of Committee

1. The purpose of these Regulations is to develop the criteria for the establishment of various committees in accordance with Article 19 of the Articles of Incorporation of this chapter. 2. A committee may be set up if requested by the Board of Audit and Inspection and its necessity is recognized by the Board of Directors for the efficient execution of the projects specified in Article 4 of the Articles of Incorporation of this chapter. 3. The name of the Committee, its mission, its period of activity and its decision to appoint the Committee shall be subject to the resolution of the Board of Directors.

Established May 14, 1999

Ma. Enforcement Regulations of the Korea Agriculture Meteorological Society

1. The Korea Agriculture-Static Association Award given under Article 4 of the Articles of Incorporation shall be established as follows.

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2. The Award goes to those who have made a notable contribution to the development of the Conference. 3. Academic awards are given to those who have outstanding achievements in the development of agriculture and forestry meteorology, and achievements subject to examination should include academic papers published in this journal. 4. Technical realization was given to those who have outstanding achievements in the development of farming and forestry weather technologies. 5. Progressives are divided into academic progress awards and technical rewards.

Go. The Academic Progress Award gives a paper to a person under 40 years of age who has published in this journal that can contribute to the development of agriculture and forestry meteorology based on the beginning of the award year.

Me. Engineer compensation is awarded to persons or organizations that have demonstrated advanced technical achievements in the fields of agriculture and forestry meteorology.

6. The award shall be the name of the person or group that donated the prize, and the winner's selection shall be the same as that of other winners. 7. The winner must be a full member of this society, student council member or group member and may include a joint researcher.
In the case of merit awards, however, non-members may also receive awards after approval by the Board of Directors.
8. Nominations for the award shall, in principle, be made by full members of this society in a prescribed form. The recommended period shall be two months before the general meeting. 9. The nominated winners will be reviewed by the Select Committee and the nominees for each award shall be selected one month before the General Assembly. 10. The winner will be decided by the Board of Directors on the basis of the selection of candidates prepared by the award nomination committee and will be awarded at the General Assembly.

Established May 14, 1999

Regulations for the Payment and Management of Life Fees

1. Members who are members of this society for more than five years may pay annual membership fees at the same time as set out in Article 23 of the Articles of Association. 2. The lump sum paid (life dues) is 15 times the annual fee. 3. A member who has paid the life dues shall remain a member for up to life unless they are in conflict with the provisions of Article 8 of the Articles of Association. 4. Life dues are managed by the secretary. 5. The secretary sets up a special account as a lifetime membership fee to create a life membership safe and ensure that profits are generated when appropriate. 6. The Secretary of State debits and pays the annual membership fee of a lifetime member from the life dues safe even before settling the accounts each year.

Established May 14, 1999

Regulations of the editorial committee

Chapter 1 General

Article 1 (Function)
The Committee conducts the publication of the Korean Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, the official journal of the Society.
Article 2 (Date of issue)
The Journal of the Korean Agricultural and Meteorological Society (the Journal of the Society) is published four times a year, and its publication date is 31 March, 30 June, 30 September, 31 December, and special issues can be published on a particular subject.
Article 3 (Composition of committee)
The Committee shall consist of one editor, one associate director and about ten members of the editorial committee.
Article 4 (Appointment)
The managing director shall be elected from the Steering Committee and appointed by the Chairman, and the Assistant Director and the Editor shall be recommended by the Chief Editor.
Article 5 (term of office)
The term of the editorial member is the same as that of the members of the society and may serve consecutive terms.
Article 6 (Convoked)
The committee shall be chaired by the editor.

Chapter 2 Operation

Article 1 (Mission) The editorial committee conducts the review and publication of submitted papers.

1. The managing editor represents the editorial committee and shall be its chairman. 2. The editor and assistant editor shall receive the submitted papers, classify them, and request examination to the appropriate editorial committee.
The medical institution is responsible for editing, printing, receipt of examination fees, and imposition of examination papers.
3. The editorial committee shall request two proper experts in the major field to decide whether or not to publish the assigned submission according to the results and notify it to the editor.
The publication of the paper shall be decided within four weeks, and the revision required within eight weeks.

Article 2 (Review criteria of supporting papers)

1. The results of the review of the contributed article shall be one of the following : " Post is printed ", " Post is modified ", and " Not available. " 2. Both auditors decide to " publish " if " publish " has been determined. If one reviewer sees " Post " and the other as " Post after modification, " or if both parties decide " Post after modification ", the reviewer will comment on the reviewer's comments and the revision will be reviewed by the editorial committee to decide whether to decide whether to publish it or not.
If one reviewer sees " non-published ", the review shall be requested to a third party reviewer and the results shall be complied with.
If both auditors deem " non-published ", the paper shall be returned to the contributors, including the reviewer's comments and other reasons.
3. In case it is difficult to decide whether to publish or not during the review process of a supporting article, or if there is a request for a retrial of a supporting article, the editorial committee shall immediately notify it to the editor for review by the editorial committee.

Article 3 (Investigation procedures for thesis)

1. Conducted manuscripts received via mail, Internet, etc. 2. After verifying whether the manuscript is a total of three fully-systemed copies (one original copy, two copies), assign a serial number of the manuscript and write it on the thesis receipt register (hereinafter referred to as the " receipt log ").
Write the serial number, the name of the author (in case of reproduction), the title of the article, the date of receipt, and whether a separate slide film, photo, or chart is included accurately.
3. A series of papers (one step, two steps, …) ) In case of a), the entire paper shall be received and the evaluation procedure followed at the same time.
Therefore, if only part of a series of articles is sent, the contributor shall be informed to receive the entire paper.
4. Only papers submitted in accordance with the regulation, the original shall be recorded in red ink at the top of the first chapter, and two copies shall be kept in a separate journal (e.g., submission, application season), and two copies shall be attached to the editorial committee with the required details recorded in front of the first chapter. 5. The editorial committee of the relevant field shall promptly process the selection of the judges for the requested papers. 6. When selection of the judges is completed, the names and dates of the two members of the committee shall be recorded on the reception log and sent immediately. 7. When shipping, a separate document for review (hereinafter referred to as the inquiry notice), a copy of the method of preparing the thesis for academic journals, and a postage stamp for return shall be sent by registered mail together with the attached attached sheet in Procedure 4. At this time, the details of the request for review must be accompanied by a notice of the audit and a deadline. The deadline is no later than 10 days based on the date of shipment. 8. When the submitted review papers are received at the conference office via mail or other procedures, check the evaluation results and fill in the registration log with the date and results.
This procedure is repeated until both of the submitted examination papers have been received.
9. Printing and publishing of academic journals begins at the end of every quarter, early February, early May, early August, and early November. 10. At the end of the quarter, a list of all the papers that are currently registered, completed of examination, and under examination is prepared and submitted to the editorial meeting.
The contents of the list must include the name of the author, the title of the article, the date of receipt, and the current progress, and write clearly.
11. The publication target paper specified in the editorial meeting is transferred to the printing stage. In this case, the final receipt of the article, i.e. the manuscript and diskette that the author has modified, are sent to the printing office for reference in the type.
In addition, the diskettes in selected papers shall be organized from house to house and house, and saved on the same diskette for good.
If the diskette is not received or damaged due to circumstances, write and preserve Korean and English abstracts.
12. The editorial committee will charge the author 100,000 won for the compilation of the paper, and the author will receive 25 copies of the book free of charge.
If the published article exceeds 6 pages after printing, the additional 10,000 won will be charged for each additional page and additional expenses will be charged for special printing such as color printing.

Chapter 3 Qualification and selection procedures for editorial members

Article 1 (Qualification)

1. (educational institutions, research institutes, industrial institutions, industry, etc.) meteorological and related areas, forests and agricultural meteorology is editor of professional and academic who have served more than 10 years.A Study on Performance of papers and achievement is excellent as a reporter. 2. The Editor-General and Assistant Director are renowned nationally and internationally for their outstanding academic achievements among the editorial members.

Article 2 (Selection procedure)

1. The Editorial Director is elected by the Steering Committee and appointed by the Dean. 2. The Chair shall be appointed by the Chair on the recommendation of the Editor.

Chapter 4 Compilation for Academic Papers

Article 1 (Scope of thesis) The Journal of the Korea Agriculture-Static Journal publishes comprehensive research papers, danographers, and foreclosures that apply weather and climate to agriculture and forestry.

1. The research paper is designed to announce new facts discovered through a rigorous screening process and decide whether to publish it in the editorial committee.
The theoretical model must be tested according to the actual measurement data. Specific research areas include radiation transport in plant colonies, growth mountains, energy and mass transport, turbulence in air motion and weather interaction in colonies, forest fires and weather interaction, vegetation distribution, plant restraining, vinyl house energy balance and microclimite, climate and animal related life and climate change, and interaction between agricultural and forest ecosystems.
2. Danbo refers to equipment, special observations, experimental techniques, etc. that are used in these areas, especially those that are non-repeatable for observation or special phenomena.
The sample shall be as short as possible and not more than 6 pages after printing. Entries are determined after the same screening process as research papers.
3. The full report deposits only the manuscripts invited by the editorial committee to view the flow of learning or comment on social concerns.

Article 2 (Consignee)
The contributor shall, in principle, be a member of this society. However, it is okay for a co-author to be a member.

Article 3 (submission of manuscript)
The submission shall be submitted to the editor in person or via the Internet to the editor in full (original and two copies).
The submitted manuscript shall be the first unpublished manuscript and shall not be published together anywhere other than this journal.
In principle, any manuscript found to be unfit for publication shall not be submitted to this journal again. In case of a manuscript approved for publication, file written in Hangul or Word along with the final draft shall be submitted. The author receives a revision to confirm the mistakes in the printing process.

Article 4 (Copyright)
Upon publication approval, the author (s) transfers copyright to the publisher (the Korea Institute of Agriculture and Forestry) to make the information more widely available more widely. Article 5 (Preparation of manuscript)

1. The manuscript shall be A4 paper (210 × 297 mm) with 200 % line spacing and 30 mm left and right margins.
All sides shall be numbered, words or letters to be italicized are written in italics in the text, and if necessary, underlined.
2. Order of writing thesis (1) Cover: Full title without abbreviation, author's name, affiliation and address, history, contact information (one of the authors, contact address, phone number, e-mail address);( 2) Abstract (English manuscript for Korean manuscript, English manuscript for English manuscript, the title must be repeated, but the author's name and address are not repeated); (3) Introduction; (4) materials and methods; (5) results; (6) consideration; (7) summary or conclusion; (8) citations; (9) Table; (10) picture title; (11) In the order of pictures, each section starts on a new page. Where possible, footnotes are not used (identified as ' * ' or ' ** ' if absolutely necessary). 3. Depending on the article, (4) a theory may be described instead of materials and methods, and (5) results and (6) consideration may be incorporated.
(7) The summary and conclusion may be absorbed by consideration (6). Where an appendix is required, insert it before the cited literature.
All tables and pictures are given one page on each page, with no titles on them, only numbers on the margins with a pencil.
Table titles or comments must be made at 200 % line spacing, but less than that line spacing may be allowed, provided that the contents of the table can be understood.
4. An appropriate paragraph shall consist of 200-300 words (approximately 1,500 characters), including the author's intention, purpose, method, outcome, and the implications of the results, or scope of use, of which it shall consist of one paragraph.
Pictures, tables, and quotations in the text shall not be mentioned, nor shall they be used unless absolutely necessary.
5. All tables shall be numbered in Arabic numerals (e.g. Table 1) with a short title, and shall be explained in English.
During the text, do not insert a table ; only indicate its location.
6. All illustrations (photographs, diagrams, graphs, etc.) shall be reproducible and shall be described in English without modification or redrawing.
All letters shall still be legible after being reduced to fit the side, and when attached, the name of the author is dimmed in the back of each picture, the drawing number is dimmed in the margins, and the text indicates the most suitable location for each picture.
7. The subscripts and subscripts are clearly marked, a period must be used to end the formula, and not a ' × ' for multiplication. When indicating ' approximately equal values ', measure ' = ' and ' proportional ' as ' ~ '. Vectors are expressed in bold type. 8. Except where unavoidable, use the International System of Units (SI units ; cgs, mks system). 9. Dates in English are written in order of day, month, and year, and time displays are preceded by dates.
However, the 24-hour period is used as the regional time zone (LST). E.g. 1500 LST 30 March 1999
10. It refers only to published documents and displays all foreign publications in English, not only domestic ones but also non-English-speaking ones, which are arranged in the order of alphabet and publication year.
The names of all authors must be stated and arranged in the order of name, year, title, academic journal (or publisher) name, volume, and so on. Book titles and foreign academic names are italicized.
In the text of the manuscript, only the author's last year and year are indicated ; in the case of two persons, ' Kim and Lee (1998) ' and in the case of three or more authors, use ' et al. ' Specific examples are as follows.

(1) Research paper
Yun, J. I., 2003: Predicting regional rice production in South Korea using spatial data and crop-growth modeling. Agricultural Systems 77(1), 23-38.
Chung, U., and J. I. Yun, 2002: Spatial interpolation of hourly air temperature over sloping surfaces based on a solar irradiance correction. Korean Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 4(2), 95-102. (in Korean with English abstract)
Choi, J., U. Chung, and J. I. Yun 2003. Urban effect correction to improve accuracy of spatially interpolated temperature estimates in Korea.
Journal of Applied Meteorology 42(12), 1711-1719.

(2) A volume
Neter, J., W. Wasserman, and M. H. Kutner, 1989: Applied Linear Regression Models (2nd ed.). Richard D. Irwin Inc., 667pp
Dickinson, R. E., 1984: Modeling evapotranspiration for three dimensional global climate models. Climate Processes and Climate Sensitivity, J. E.
Hanson and T. Takahashi (Eds.), American Geophysical Union, 58-72

(3) Prosiding / greenprite
Nappi, A. J., and A. Swaroop, 1998: An improved method for the retrieval of cloud height from satellite radiance measurements. Preprints, Third Conference on Satellite and Oceanography, Anaheim, CA, American Meteorological Society, 388-391
Benoit, R., and M. Roch, 1987: Impact of a direct assimilation of satellite-inferred precipitation rates into a regional model. Proceedings of Symposium on Mesoscale Analysis and Forecasting Incorporating Nowcasting, European Space Agency, Vancouver, 617-623
[Available from European Space Agency, ESTEC, Noordwijk, Netherlands.]

(4) Administrative publications
National Geophysical Data Center, 1989: Geophysics of North America: User's Guide. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 85pp
USDA Soil Conservation Service, 1964: Normal Annual Precipitation 1930-1957, State of Oregon. Weather Bureau River Forecast Center

(5) ReportDicumentDiscrimination paper (No use of isalics)
Kelly, G., and J. Pailleux, 1988: Use of satellite sounder data in ECMWF analysis system. ECMWF Technical Memo. 143, 46pp [Available from ECMWF, Shinfield Park, Reading, Berkshire RG2 9AX, England.]
World Climate Research Programme (WCRP), 1989: Report of the fourth session of the International Working Group on Data Management for the Global Precipitation Climatology Project. WMO/TD 356, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva, 22pp
Dickinson, R. E., A. Henderson-Sellers, P. Kennedy, and M. Wilson, 1986: Biosphere/atmosphere transfer scheme for the NCAR Community Climate Model. NCAR Technical Note NCAR/-275+STR, 69pp

Established May 14, 1999

Research Ethics Regulation in the Journal of the Agricultural and Meteorological Society of Korea

Article 1 [Standard]

The purpose of this regulation is to establish the research ethics of papers submitted and published in the Journal of the Korean Society of Agriculture and Meteorological (hereinafter referred to as the ' Society ') to prevent research irregularities that may occur in advance in the course of research, editing, and screening.

Article 2 / The author's research ethics

1. Compliments who contribute a paper to a journal shall not intentionally omit, add or modify the study contents or results. 2. Papers submitted and published in academic journals do not forge, tamper, plagiarize or duplicate publications. 3. All authors are required to return their papers before submission, confirm that they are original and sign their papers. 4. The authors of theses contributed to and published in academic journals are limited to those who have made an unemployed contribution to research and writing theses, as shown below, and should not be omitted from those who contributed to the preparation of theses.
- Design and concept of research and paper or acquisition, analysis, or interpretation of data
- Draft or critically correct research or paper for major intellectual outputs
- final approval of publication
- Agree to assume responsibility for all parts of the related research and paper contents in order to ensure that questions regarding the accuracy or integrity of the research or paper contents have been properly investigated and addressed.
5. The fact that he or she participated as a coauthor must be clearly agreed to by all authors. A small contribution to the study can be identified by acknowledgement.

Article 3 [Research ethics of editorial staff]

1. Request for evaluation
The editorial committee (chapter) shall commission the evaluation of the submitted paper to three judges with the professional knowledge of the field and the ability to judge fairly.
When requesting an evaluation, it is requested that an objective evaluation be carried out as far as possible.

2. Impartial management
The editorial committee (chapter) shall have the final responsibility of compiling the assessments of the judges to decide whether to publish the submitted paper or not.
The editorial committee shall treat the paper submitted for publication fairly only on the basis of the quality level of the article and the regulations on its contribution, irrespective of the author's gender, age, or agency, as well as any preconceived ideas or personal connections.

3. Non-compliance with Nonmon authors
The editorial committee shall not disclose the contents of the article or the contents of the article to anyone other than the reviewer until the publication of the contributed article is decided.

Article 4 [Research ethics of judges]

1. As a result of an inspection notice

3. Check the suitability of duplicate publications, plagiarism, and contents
The assessor shall examine whether or not all or part of the submitted papers have already been published in this journal or other academic journal (multiple publications, partial publications) and whether they are plagiarized.
The review will also include whether the content of the thesis is compatible with the nature of this journal.

4. A fair judgment
The reviewer should evaluate the submitted paper fairly by objective standards, regardless of its academic beliefs or personal relationship with the author.
It shall not issue a non-published judgment, make a judgment disadvantageous to the author because it conflicts with the reviewer's own view or interpretation, nor shall it be evaluated without proper reading of the submitted paper.
5. Preparation of a laboratory
The reviewer should clarify his or her judgment on the thesis and explain in detail the reasons why he thinks it needs to be supplemented.
If a revision is deemed impossible after a drastic revision, specific and sufficient reasons shall be provided for the reasons for the review or non-population.
Use polite and gentle expressions as much as possible and refrain from disparaging or insulting the author.

6. Protection of Papers
The judges shall keep a secret about the papers to be judged. Unless an advisor is specifically asked for a thesis evaluation, he/she should not show the paper to others or discuss the contents of the paper. In addition, the contents of the article should not be quoted without the author's consent before it is published in the journal.
Unpublished submissions should be protected against theft at all costs.

Article 5 [Research ethics committee]

1. The Research Ethics Committee (hereinafter referred to as the " Committee ") shall review and determine matters concerning research ethics. 2. The Committee shall consist of seven or more members, including its chief editor and its secretary. 3. The chair of the Committee and its members shall be appointed by the Chairman, whose term of office shall be with that of the Chairman. 4. The Committee shall be convened by the Chairman when the Chairman or the Chairman of the Committee deems necessary.

Article 6 [Research ethics committee function]

1. The medical institution implements and operates a research ethics system. 2. The medical institution handles matters related to the judgment of research ethics violation and follow-up measures. 3. Matters concerning the prevention of fraud and improper conduct shall be dealt with. 4. The Committee shall deal with other matters of concern.

Article 7 [Act on Violation of Research Ethics Regulations]

1. Intentional omission, addition, or deformation of a study's content or outcome refers to intentional omission of some of the findings or results that could significantly affect the interpretation of the results of that study, intentionally adding unperformed or nonexistent research results, or intentionally modifying or distorting data or research results. 2. Plagiarism refers to the act of using research materials and results that have already been published by oneself or others without proper approval or proper quotation mark, including ideas of others.
However, academic knowledge or results that are generally accepted are not judged as plagiarism.
3. In case of overlapping contributions to this journal of articles already published in other domestic and foreign professional journals, including those of universities, research institutes and certain institutions (including those scheduled for publication or under examination) 4. The inclusion of persons who have not contributed substantially to the study and preparation of papers. 5. In case of intentional exclusion of those who have contributed substantially to the study and preparation of a thesis.

Article 8 [Judgment for Research Ethics Regulation Violations]

1. The Commission shall determine the intentional omission, addition, deformation, plagiarism and overlapping publications of research contents or results submitted or published in the journal. 2. The committee shall be formed with the attendance of a majority of its members and shall vote with the approval of a majority of its members. 3. The Chair of the Committee shall provide the appropriate person with the opportunity to make a documentary statement prior to its deliberations. 4. After the resolution, the Chair shall notify the committee members within one week of the resolution and the reason of the resolution. 5. The Chair and the members shall keep a secret of all matters relating to the review.

Article 9 / Objection

1. The author of the paper, which is judged to have violated the research ethics regulations, can raise objections only once if he thinks that the committee's decision is unfair. 2. The committee may verify and revise the resolution by reviewing the validity of the objection. 3. The Chair of the school shall notify the committee of its objections and reasons.

Article 10 / Sanctions

1. Papers found to have violated research ethics regulations shall be cancelled and published on the academic journal and on the academic website. 2. The author (s) of a paper found to have violated research ethics regulations shall not conduct academic activities for one to three years, depending on the importance of the decision, and shall not submit or publish papers in the academic journal. 3. In the event of a serious violation of research ethics regulations, the Chairperson of the Association may notify the research ethics regulation violation to the institution concerned and expel the association members.

Article 11 [Other]

1. Anything not specified in these Regulations may be set up separately by the Commission.

Article 12 [Enforcement date]

1. These Regulations shall take effect from the date they are enacted.

Established on December 16, 2006

Or the policies on the basis and publishing ethics not stopped in this context, can be applied.