About paper submission

Compliments for the Journal of the Agricultural and Meteorological Society of Korea

The Journal of the Korea Agriculturalogy and Meteorologies is a national academic journal for publishing interdisciplinary research papers, reports, reports, and reviews that apply weather and climate to agriculture and forestry, focusing on basic and applied scientific research and applying these studies to practical problems related to agriculture and forestry. 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. 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 aggregate theory is usually contributed by the request of the editorial committee to view the flow of learning or to comment on social concerns. A book review covers information on the recently published related books (within two years). In addition, this journal publishes a special issue for one subject or for academic proceedings. The guidelines for contributing to the Journal of Agriculture and Meteorological in Korea are as follows.

1. Manuscript preparation

Contributing documents shall be submitted via the Internet (online submission system), in PDF and MS Word, in PDF and MS Word. The submitted manuscript shall be the first unpublished manuscript and shall not be published together anywhere other than this journal.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 of Agriculture and Forestry. 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.

The script shall be on A4 paper (210 × 297 mm) with two lines of space for each batter and 30 mm for both sides. All sides shall be numbered, words or letters to be italicized are written in italics in the text, and if necessary, underlined. It also displays the line number on the left side of every page.

(1) Cover: The complete title without abbreviations (Korean and English), the author's name (Korean and English), the affiliation and address (Korean and English), the text of the appreciation (Sasa), and the contact information (author) One of them, the address to be contacted, the phone number, and e-mail address); (2) English summary (must repeat the title but not the author's name, address, etc.); (3) Subject words (select 4-6 from the list of attached subject words); (4) Introduction; (5) materials and methods; (6) results; (7) Discussion and conclusions; (8) Korean version; (9) citations; (10) Table; (11) the title of the picture or photo; (12) In the order of pictures or photos, each section starts on a new page. Where possible, footnotes are not used (identified as '*' or '**' if absolutely necessary).

The paper may (5) describe the theory instead of materials and methods, and (6) incorporate the results and (7) review and conclusion. Where an appendix is required, insert it before the cited literature. All tables and pictures are presented one page after another, and the pictures are shown only by the number of the figures at the bottom of the picture, not by title. The table title or comments must be made at intervals of two lines, but the contents of the table may also be less than the line spacing provided they can be understood.

Green is a 200-300-word (approximately 1,500 characters) volume that includes the author's intention, purpose, method, results, and the implications or scope of use of the results, but must be composed of one paragraph. No illustrations, tables, or references in the text shall be mentioned, nor shall the use of the formula be avoided, except where inevitable.

2. Tables, Pictures, and Photos

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.
All pictures (photos, diagrams, graphs, etc.) ; example Fig. 1) It shall be possible to reproduce without modification or reingration, and all shall be explained in English. All letters shall still be legible after being reduced to fit on the side, and the text of the manuscript indicates the most suitable location for each picture.

3. Formula, Unit, Date and Time

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.
Except where unavoidable, use the International System of Units (SI units ; cgs, mks system).
Dates in English are written in order of day, month, and year, and time displays are preceded by dates. However, the 24-hour system is used as the regional time zone (LST).
E.g. 1500 LST 30 March 1999

4. Cited literature

Citing published literature only, the references are organized in the English alphabet and in the order of the year of publication. Except in inevitable cases, all non-English literature (including Korean literature) shall be written in English, and if the text is not English, in Korean with English language, the title of the literary contribution shall be added in parentheses. They are arranged in the order of name, year, title, academic nomination (or publication name), volume, and side. The names of all authors, not abbreviations, of complete academic journals, and the titles of the book and of the journal are italicized. In the text of the manuscript, only the author's last name and year are indicated, regardless of the national text, and in the case of two persons, ' Kim and Lee (1998) ' and ' et al. ' Add the digital object identifier (DOI) number if it exists. Specific examples are as follows.

(1) Research paper
Yun, J. I, 2003 : Predicting licensing 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. Chung, and J. I. Yun, 2003 : Urban effect correction to implicate effective techniques in Korea. The 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 edition.) Richard D. Irwin Inc. 667 pp.
Dickinson, R. E., 1984 : Modeling evapotranspiration for three digital global climate modes.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 impressive method for the proposed height of noise levels.
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 Atomic 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 ECWSF analysis system.ECmwF Technical Memo.143, 46pp [Available from ECwpF, Shinfield Park, Reading, and Berkshire RG 2 9.AX, 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 / TD356, World Meteorological Organization, Geneva, 22pp.
Dickinson, R. E, A. Henderson, A.Sellers, P. Kennedy, and M. Wilson, 1986 : Biosphere / atmosphere transfer schedule for the NCAR Community Church model. NCAR Technical Note NCAR-275+STR, 69pp.

(6) Internet URL address (year, month, and day of withdrawal)

5. Danbo

The submitted sample shall be as short as possible and not more than 6 pages after printing. Danbo is also subject to a formal review process, and the adopted Danbo is published with a general paper.

6. General observation and review

Submit only the script invited by the editorial committee and submit it to the editor.

7. Final Principles

Files written in Microsoft Word (doc) must be submitted for publication approved. To identify mistakes in the printing process, the author receives a revision (if there are more than one author).

8. Printing fee, equipment, and other printing

The editorial committee asks the author for a fee of 200,000 won. If the printed paper exceeds 6 pages after printing, an additional 20,000 won will be charged for each additional part. If a separate copy is requested, an additional expense will be charged according to the subsidiary.

9. Contributions to a manuscript

Access the Korea Agricultural and Meteorological Society's website (http://www.ksafm.org) and online paper submission system ' Shortcut ' to access the article, log in with the member ID, check ' Depositor Start page ' and upload the manuscript file. As of January 2008, it will be switched to an electronic paper submission system and no submissions will be received via mail or e-mail.

Guide for Authors

Scope of the Journal:

Korean Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology is a national journal for the publication of research articles and notes in the interdisciplinary fields of meteorology and climatology applied to agriculture and forestry. Emphasis is on basic and applied scientific research and the application of this research to practical problems in agricult ure and forestry. Theoretical models should always be tested against experimental data. Typical topics include radiation transfer in plant canopies, evapotranspiration, energy and mass transfer, air movement and turbulence in and above plant canopies, forest-fire/weather interactions, climatology of plant distribution, phenology, glasshouse energy Balance and climate / growth relations, planning and other topics in climate change and its interactions with economic and strategic economies.

Type of Manuscripts:

Articles are full-length papers that report on new findings in some detail. More broadly based review articles may be accepted at the discretion of the editors. Notes are much shorter research papers, occupying a few pages in a journal, and primarily for rapid publication of brief communications on important and timely topics. Special issues devote D to single topics, configuration proceedings and complex reviews are also published.

Manuscript Submission:

The complete manual is to be submitted in triplicate. The submission should include a cover letter that includes the manuscript title and full contact information, including mailing address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address, for one of authors, as well as any additional information required for the manuscript. The submitted article should be original and unpublished and should not be conside Red for publishing elsewhere.Authors have the option of submission in electronic form.

Mailing Address :

Dr. Su-Jin KIM, Science Building # 533B, Department of Atomic Sciences, Yonsei University, Seoul 120-749, KOREA
Tel) + 82-2-2123-3874 Fax) + 82-2-365-5163 Email) kjafm@koflux.yonsei.ac.kr

Manuscript Preparation:

1. The college's language is either Korean or English. 2. Typing:Use double positioning, and leave a generous left-hand-marging must be numbered, and all headingssubheadings.underline only words or letters to apply in items. 3. Title, Name, Address : Provide the title in full, author's name, affiliation and present address (for receipt of proofs, if different from the affiliation) without any abbreviation. If written in Korean (English), provide additionally the title, name, affiliation and address and abstract in Korean (English). The structure of a manual is such that the contents of the contents, acknowledgement, and protection. 4. Abstract : Include an abstract of 200-300 Words. 5. Number all tables with Roman numerals and include a short title in English. 6. Figs : (1) All figures (Figure 1) must be capable of rendering without being guided or prepared, and be prepared in English. Check that all letterings will still be allowed after the page. 7. Formulas : Subscripts and superscripts should be set off clearly. Use a full stop for decimals, and reserve crosses for multiplication. The sign for 'about equal to' is '≈'; 'proportional to' is indicated by '∼‘. Vectors are printed in bold face. 8. Units : The metric system is to be used, and the cgs or mks system (except in unavoidable circumstances). 9. Date and Time : Date should be written in the order of day, month and year, following time. Use Local Standard Time (LST) in military hours (24 hours).
e.g.) 1500 LST 30 March 1999
10. Footnotes : Avoid using footnotes if possible (However, if necessary, identify by one asterisk, two asterisks, etc). 11. References : Only references to published works are present: Arrange all references in alphabetically and chronological order at the end of the paper. Note that the initials follow name, all names are mentioned, the date precedes the article title, and the name of the journal, the volume, and the page numbers (The volume number should be in bold fa ; the title of books are underlined to individualize things. In the text of the paper, use ' et al.'If there are more than two authorities.
Egg,) Harazono, Y.Kim, A.Miyata, T. Choi, and J. Yun, and J. W. Kim, 1998 : Measurement of energy build composition during the International Rice Programme (IREX) in Japan, 12, 2081-2092.
12. Letters : The submitted letters should be as short as possible and not exceed six pages. Letters are fully refereed and are published as soon as possible after acceptance, ahead of regular papers. 13. Books for Review : Book reviews are only invited by the editorial board and should be sent to the editor-in-chief. 14. Final Manuscript and Proofs : The accepted-for-publication paper should be provided in the final form on one hard copy and on MS Word files. Subsequently, one set of proofs will be sent to the author, to be checked for printer's errors (In the case of two or more authors indicate to whom the proofs should be sent). 15. Page Charge and Offprints : Published articles will be charged 100,000 Korean Won for the first 6 pages and 50 offprints will be supplied free of charge. If the total page number exceeds more than 6, additional 10,000 Won will be charged per each additional page; also, additional charge will be made for a special printing such as color printing. 16. A manual rejected for submission in the Korean Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology may not be submitted. 17. Thought to Publish : Uptown by the association, the author (s) will be asked to transfer the copyright of the article to the publishers.