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PROCEEDINGS

Joint Convention Balikpapan 2015


HAGI-IAGI-IAFMI-IATMI
5–8 October 2015

This is an example of JCB 2015 title “Extended Abstract” with MSWord Times New Roman
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Author and affiliation with italic word and ‘aligned left’, font 10 pt, number format 1,2, etc after author last
name. Affiliation is given after name of author and co-author accord with the number.

Abstract This frame is not locked in place and will move with your
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frame and add text before and/or after the object. The
on and select this paragraph, you will replace this text with
frame will automatically enlarge as you enter text, and be
your own text and it will be automatically formatted for
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graphics.
copy and paste of your submitted abstract before (no more
than 200 words).
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this frame.
Introduction
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Extended abstracts will be printed on the CD-ROM exactly


as you are submitted. Committee will not edit or retype the
copy.

Data and Method


All paragraph text should be set for full justification. Note
that paragraphs are not indented and are separated by one
line of space. Additional instructions for composition are:
 Abstracts must be written in English.
 Authors are responsible for sizing and positioning their
illustrations.
 Figures can be in black and white or color.
 Figures, equations, charts, graphics, etc. must be
embedded into the text of the paper.

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most important parts in the study. Write a concise, solid
and on target. Then, create a discussion on these important
results, compared with results of previous authors (if any).

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PROCEEDINGS
Joint Convention Balikpapan 2015
HAGI-IAGI-IAFMI-IATMI
5–8 October 2015

Conclusions
Write the most important conclusion from the result of your
research. If necessary, write down some advice for further
research. Also, you can write a “narrative” conclusion in
one paragraph only, or it can be written in sequence by
using a numbering or bulleting.

References
References here is really your quotation (quote/cited) text
in your paper. If you do not cite a paper, then you don’t
need to write it in the Bibliography/references. Don’t write
the full title of a paper inside, do it quite simply by the
name, names of author, year of publication, name of
journal/magazine/thesis, Vol. or No., p. see the example
below :

Kosloff, D. D., and E. Baysal, 1982, Geophysics, 47, 1402–


1412.
Castagna, J. P., 1993, The Leading Edge, 12, 172–179.
Baker, D. W., and N. L. Carter, 1972, American
Geophysical Union Geophysical Monographs 16, 157–
166.
Lodha, G. S., 1974, M.S. thesis, University of Toronto.

Acknowledgements (Optional)
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make your preparation of the extended abstract easier. The
committee will not do the ‘editing’ to any part of your
submitted extended abstract. We assume that you have
submitted as “camera ready”.

Extended abstract deadline is 14 August 2015, through


e-mail address: paper@jcb2015.com