Paper edition

Articles should be prepared in MS Word files (the accepted format is DOC, DOCX or RTF). 

When submitting an article for publication, it must be submitted in two versions:
1) with full information on authors, funding sources, etc.
2) anonymised text.

Line numbering: enabled
Bold - only the title and subtitles of the chapters and the name of the author / authors
Italic - Latin names only

Font: Times New Roman 12 pt
Content: up to 10 pages without tables and figures
Text aligned on both sides with single space and added blank lines between chapters and before tables. 

Times New Roman 11 or 10 font may be used in tables; maximum width 150 mm, height 200 mm, each on a separate page, caption at the top (Table 1. Table title…). In-text citations: (Table 1)

Prepared for publication in black and white, prepared in Corel Draw or in the form of a graphic file (JPG, TIF or BMP type). The maximum dimensions of the figure: width 150 mm, height 200 mm. Each figure is prepared in a separate file, and figure captions on a separate page at the end of the text (Fig. 1. Figure title…). In-text citation: (Fig. 1)

at least 600 dpi, TIF or JPG format in separate files, captions in the text of the work - as in the figure. Photos are also published in black and white

Citation chronologically in the text (Smith 1980; Presley & Jones 2002; Lincoln et al. 2014). In the reference list, the cited articles should be listed in alphabetical order. Works by the same author from the same year should be marked with subsequent letters of the alphabet. Citations from original papers in a non-Latin alphabet should be translated in accordance with the international standard (ISO Recommendations). Journal names should be abbreviated.


2. Author (s) full names and surnames
3. Affiliation (name of the institution, address, e-mail). Affiliation of each author should be marked with a letter, and the author corresponding to the editorial office should be marked with *
4. Abstract (200-250 words)
5. Keywords (up to 6)
6. Chapters (Introduction, Study area (optional), Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgements)
7. List of references
8. Summary in Polish

An example of a reference list:
Perzanowski K., Olech W. 2007. Carpathian ecoregion – a future for the European bison. Wildlife Biology 13,1: 108–112
Krasińska M., Krasiński Z. 2007. The European bison, the nature monograph. Mammal Research Institute PAN, Białowieża: 317 pp.
Mazurek A. 2010. Ocena zasobności runa i biomasy ściółki w wybranych siedliskach Magurskiego Parku Narodowego. Praca Licencjacka KUL, Lublin: 25 pp.
Conference report:
Perzanowski K. 2005. Monitoring żubrów bieszczadzkich. Mat. Konf. Ochrona żubrów zachodniopomorskich, Insko 15–16 września 2005: 65–70.
Chapter in monograph:
Perzanowski K., Olech W., Januszczak M., Wołoszyn-Gałęza A. 2006. Ocena efektów introdukcji żubra w Bieszczadach. W: Sposoby rozpoznawania, oceny i monitoringu wartości przyrodniczych polskich lasów (W. Anderwald ed.). Studia i Materiały CEPL, 4: 201–212.