Rules for publication
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An article can be submitted in either language but the author(s) must arrange for translation into the other language, once the article has been accepted for publication.
Each version must not exceed 30,000 characters (spaces included). An electronic copy in Word format must be provided.
The text must be accompanied by an abstract, in French and English, of between 1000 and 1500 characters (spaces included), followed by 4 or 5 explicit keywords.
The bibliography must be the same for both versions and must not exceed 40 titles (see below for presentation).
Titles must be short and informative: the title of an article must not exceed 90 characters, including spaces. The sub-title must not exceed 110 characters, including spaces.
The author of any translation must be cited.
They must be of perfect quality, requiring no touching up by the Editorial Committee.
They must be free of rights.
Illustrations must be provided in a separate electronic file (not in body of text), and in the following format:
- Titles, legends and sources must be provided in French and English.
- Each figure (in 300 dpi) must therefore be submitted in 2 versions if only black and white figures are available, i.e. in French and English, plus 2 other versions if colour figures are available.
Bibliographical references must be mentioned in the text (name, publication date) and not in footnotes
The full reference must then be given in the bibliography at the end of the article with the following presentation:
Gerbaux F., 1994.– La montagne en politique, Collection Logiques Politiques, L’Harmattan.
Hewitt L., Meta F., 2012.– « Rethinking risk and disasters in mountain areas », in Revue de Géographie Alpine / Journal of Alpine Research, n°100-1, visited May 14th 2012, http://rga.revues.org/1653
Kapos V., Rhind J., Edwards M., Price M.F., Ravilious C., 2000.– « Developing a map of the world’s mountain forests », in Price M.F. and Butt N. (eds.), Forests in sustainable mountain development : A state-of knowledge report for 2000, CAB International, Wallingford, pp. 4-9.
Articles that do not respect these requirements will be returned to their authors.
Declares that the manuscript and all the illustrations it contains are original, or that all necessary measures have been taken to respect Copyright requirements. The author accepts personal, moral and financial responsibility.
Transfers, free of charge, to the Revue de Géographie alpine / Journal of Alpine Research:
the right to reproduce, or request others to reproduce, his or her contribution on paper, CD-Rom or any other magnetic, optical or digital media, or any other current or future media, and to request others to make originals from them with a view to marketing them.
the right to present again, or get others to present again, the present contribution, by any process whatsoever, such as through networks or the internet.
It is agreed that the transfer has effect in any place, in any language, and for a period to last as long as literary and artistic property rights, in accordance with both French and foreign legislation, and current or future international agreements, including extensions that may be applied to this period. In the event of litigation, only French law will apply.