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투고규정Authors Guideline

Article 1 (purpose)

This regulation aims at defining the process of submitting academic papers and related matters to the ‘Journal of Climate Change Research’ (hence referred to as ‘the journal’) published by the ‘Korean Society of Climate Change Research’(hence referred to as ‘the society’).

Article 2 (Submission requirements)

One of the authors submitting the paper has to be a member of the society. The paper being submitted should contain academic achievement in all fields related to climate change and not contain any content that has been presented in other journals.

Article 3 (Registration of manuscripts)

The manuscript of a paper will be submitted using a sub- mission system provided on the society’s website (http:// www.kscc.re.kr/Subpage/journal/sub3_3.html). However, in the case of submitting to the society executive office by post, four copies of print material with proper formatting will be submitted.

Article 4 (Types of manuscripts)

Manuscripts published in the journal will be those that contain contents related to climate change, and will be classified as either a research paper, review paper, technical note, or discussion and reply. The manuscripts should not have had been presented in other academic journals or publications prior to submission.

  1. Research paper :
    Research papers should contain original research regarding climate change and contain contents with academic value.
  2. Review papers :
    Review papers should include literature review on the current state of research, trends, and issues in the field of climate change, and should provide conclusions with academic value through original interpretation.
  3. Technical note:
    As technical data related to climate change, technical notes should include practical and original content.
  4. Discussion and reply :
    As critical notes on the research papers and technical notes presented on the journal, discussion and reply includes research methods, logical problems, questions, and suggestions.
    Submitted criticisms will be delivered to the corresponding authors, who will be made to reply if possible.
Article 5 (Composing manuscripts)

1. Korean and English may be used in the papers; papers written in Korean should include the abstract and the names of authors in English.

2. The length of the papers at the final printing should be within 8 pages including figures, graphs, etc. and additional submission payments will incur in the case of exceeding pages or special production as defined in Article 6.

3. When submitting manuscripts, the basic format of papers should be in files produced with Hangul 97 or MS Word 2000 and above. Manuscripts for revision will be composed on A4 papers using font size 10 and font type Times New Roman, double spaced, with 3cm margins on the top, bottom, right, and left.

4. The papers will be composed in the following order:
A. Title
B. Author(s)
C. Abstract and keywords
D. Body
E. Acknowledgements (if necessary)
F. References
G. Legend (if necessary)
H. Appendix (if necessary)

5. Title
The first letters on the words will be capitalized excluding prepositions and conjunctions for English titles. If the whole paper is written in Korean, the title of the paper will be written in Korean first, below which the title in English will be placed. The font size of the title on top should be 15, while that of the title below should be 12. Both should be center-aligned.

Eg. 1) Example of a title

해수면 상승 영향으로 인한 경제 피해 비용 분석
(15, 중고딕, 진하게, 가운데 정렬)
Economic Damage Cost Analysis of Sea Level Rise Impact
(12, Gothic Medium, Bold, Center Align)

6. Author(s)
For author names in English, the surname should come first. If the whole paper is written in Korean, author names in Korean should be followed by the names in English. For corresponding authors, author’s institution and contact information with email address should be written, and for co-authors, only their institutions will be written in Korean and English.

Eg. 2) Example of authors

홍길동*. 김유신**. 강감찬***
OO대학교 OO대학*, OO대학교 OO대학**, OO대학교 OO대학***
Hong, Gil Dong*, Kim, Yoo Shin** and Kang, Gam Chan***
*Dept. of OOOOO, OO Univ., Seoul, Korea
**Dept. of OOOOO, OO Univ., OOO, Korea
***Dept. of OOOOO, OO Univ., OOO, Korea
Footnote OOOO@OOOO.ac.kr (Corresponding author)

7. Abstract and keywords
English abstract should not exceed 300 words and will be placed before the body. The abstract should reveal the main content of the paper in a specific manner, and should be understandable even if separated from the body. Keywords should be placed below the English abstract.

Eg. 3) Example of an English abstract

Abstract
The present works analyze ... (명조)
Key words : Climate Change, Sea Level Rise, Economic Damage...

8. Body
Papers written in either Korean or English will be composed in the following order: abstract, keywords, introduction, material and methods, results, discussion, conclusion, (acknowledgements), references. Tables and figures should be included in the body if possible.
The body will be composed at the authors’ discretion, but should maintain consistency. However, the paragraph numbers will be organized in the following manner for chapters, topics, and subtopics. Times New Roman with font size 10 will be used.

Eg. 4) Example of subtitles

1. Introduction (11, Gothic Medium, Bold)
2. Current state of climate change
    2.1. Current state of rising sea levels (10, Gothic Medium, Bold)
          2.1.1. Current state of seas around Korea (10, Gothic Medium)
3. Method for calculating economic damages (11, Gothic Medium, Bold)
4. Conclusion and discussion (11, Gothic Medium, Bold)
Acknowledgements (11, Gothic Medium, Bold)
References (11, Gothic Medium, Bold)

9. Figures and tables
Figures and tables will all be presented in English. Captions for figures will be centered below the figure, and the captions for tables will be placed on the top-left corner. If it is necessary to place two or more figures and tables in the same place, or if comparison in necessary, (a), (b) etc. must be used.

Eg. 5) Example of figures and tables

10. Formula
Formulas should be organized into lines and the number for each formula will be marked as (1), (2), (3), etc. To mark many formulas at the same time, use (1a), (1b), (1c), etc.

11. Citation
A. When referring to figures and tables inside the body, mark them as Fig 1, Fig 2, Table 1(a), Table 2, etc. Mark formulas in the same manner. However, if two figures are being compared at the same time, mark them as “Fig 1(a) and Fig 2(c),” place “and” in between
B. Citing references
(Eg.) For 1 author : Hong (1990)
For 2 authors : Hong and Lee (1959)
For 3 auhors and above : Hong et al. (1982),

12. Units
SI units will be used.

13. Acknowledgements
If necessary, authors may express their acknowledgements regarding advice given, data provided, research funds granted, or other matters.

14. References
A. When citing references from the body inside parentheses, place a comma between the author name and the year of publication. When there are two or more consecutive cited references, write them in the order of time and separate using semicolons.
(Eg.) (Hopke, 1990; Lin et al., 1989)
B. References should be written in English regardless of the language of the manuscript. If the reference is a Korean paper with an English abstract, write “in Korean with English abstract” within parentheses next to the name of the citation.

Eg. 6) Example of references

• Journal article
1) Gamelin FX, Baquet G, Berthoin S, Thevenet D, Nourry C, Nottin S, Bosquet L. 2009. Effect of high intensity intermittent training on heart rate variability in prepubescent children. Eur J Appl Physiol 105:731-738.
2) Smith J, Jones M Jr, Houghton L et al. 1999. Future of health insurance. N Engl J Med 965: 325-329
• Article by DOI
1) Slifka MK, Whitton JL. 2000. Clinical implications of dysregulated cytokine production. J Mol Med. doi:10.1007/s001090000086
• Book
1) South J, Blass B. 2001. The future of modern genomics. Blackwell, London
• Book chapter
1) Brown B, Aaron M. 2001. The politics of nature. In: Smith J (ed) The rise of modern genomics, 3rd edn. Wiley, New York, pp 230-257.
• Dissertation
1) Trent JW. 1975. Experimental acute renal failure. Dissertation, University of California

15. Nomenclature
If the author thinks that there has been an excessive use of symbols and that there is a need for a separate organization of symbols, he or she may do so.

16. Appendix
If the author thinks that there are details that are not important enough to be mentioned in the body but that will help readers to understand, he or she may add them in the appendix.

Article 6 (Peer review process)

Submitted articles are evaluated based on peer review process. The publication of an article is determined in the Editorial Board. Detailed review process is represented in the Review Guideline of The Journal of Climate Change Research.

Article 7 (Submission fees and publication fee)

1. Submitted papers will be reviewed according to the peer review process as soon as the submission fee of 60,000 won is paid. A publication fee of 100,000 won will be charged when the paper is confirmed for publishing through the review process. An additional fee of 50,000 won per page will be charged if the length of the paper exceed the standards as determined in Article 5. Additional costs following special production such as natural color printing will be paid by the authors at their own expense.
2. Submission fee for urgent review processIf necessary, submitters may request for an urgent review process their submitted papers. They will have to pay a fee of 240,000 won.

Article 8 (Research and publication ethics)

Authors are expected to be aware of the Ethical Guideline of The Journal of Climate Change Research. In case of suspected or alleged misconduct, the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) flowcharts will be followed. To verify originality, submitted article will be checked by the originality detection service CrossCheck.

Article 9 (Copyright)

When the publishing of the submitted paper is confirmed, the authors have to submit the copyright transfer consent form. The copyright for all manuscripts submitted to the journal is owned by the Korean Society of Climate Change Research.
The copyright for the papers published in the previous issues of the journal belongs to the society, and the submitters may not raise any objections to the items already handled by the society.

Article 10 (Publishing and publishing dates)

The journal will be published four times per year on the last days of March, June, September, and December.

Article 11 (Delegation of authority)

Other items that are not defined in this regulation will be left for the committee to decide.

Additional clauses
Article 1 (Effectuation) This regulation is in effect as of October 16th, 2009.
Revised on April 7th, 2011
Fully revised on July 1st, 2014
Fully revised on June 10th, 2016