Welcome to ICOSMaP 2016

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This conference will provide a platform to increase awareness, exchange knowledge, ideas and recent research findings between specialists about adaptation and minimization strategies of climate change effects through sustainable management of marine resources. This is a great opportunity for Oceanographer, Marine Ecologist, Marine Biologist, Aquaculture and Fisheries Scientists and Government and Non- Government Organizations to present, discuss, and find common ground and solutions for situations facing all segments of the marine resources.

ICOSMaP 2016 will include keynote addresses by leading international experts during the plenary sessions, technical presentations, special panel discussions and poster sessions. Paper will be made available to delegate prior to the conference and following the event, the papers that have been presented will be included in the formal proceedings.

ICOSMaP 2016 Program Book

ICOSMaP 2016

Plenary Speaker 1: “Application of Multicopter to Oceanography, Coastal Processes and Geomorphology – Try and Error of Low Cost & Convenient Techniques”

Prof. Dr. Ryuichiro Nishi,

Coastal Science & Engineering Laboratory,

Faculty of Fisheries,

Kagoshima University,

Japan.

Plenary Speaker 2: “Recent Taxonomic Revision and Species Problem of The Zooxanthellate Scleractinian Corals”

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hironobu Fukami

Department of Marine Biology and Environmental Science,

Faculty of Agriculture,

University of Miyazaki,

Japan.

FULL PAPER SUBMISSION

KINDLY EMAIL YOUR FULL PAPER TO: icosmap2016@gmail.com & asnor@iium.edu.my

ALL PAPERS MUST BE SUBMITTED BEFORE 30th of SEPTEMBER 2016.

GUIDELINES TO AUTHORS: SPECIAL ISSUE OF JURNAL TEKNOLOGI (SCOPUS INDEXED JOURNAL)

Manuscript should presents original research that is expected to present a major advancement and contribution to the science and body of knowledge. Manuscript shouldn’t have any conflict of interest and manuscript with any form of plagiarism will be rejected.

All submitted articles should NOT exceed 6 pages including title page, references, diagrams and tables.

Document type:
Microsoft Word in doc or docx format. TEMPLATE DOWNLOAD.

Page layout:
2.54 cm for left, right, top and bottom margins, respectively.

Title:
Century Gothic: 18 pt.
Manuscripts should be headed by a concise title. Title should be not be more than 23 words.

Author(s):
Century Gothic: 11 pt.
Please include the full name(s) of the author(s), complete mailing address, telephone, fax numbers and e-mail address.

Affiliation:
Author(s) addresses are indicated clearly. In case of multiple authorship, please indicate the main author to whom all correspondence concerning the paper should be directed. Corresponding author’s email is indicated in asterisk as *.

Article history:
Century Gothic: 10 pt, italic.

Email:
Century Gothic: 11 pt.

Abstract:
Abstract title: Century Gothic: 11 pt.
Abstract content: 8 pt.
The abstract should not only indicate the subject and scope of the paper but also summarize the author’s conclusion along with at least five (5) keywords that could be useful for information-retrieval purposes.

Text:
The manuscript contents should be organised in the following sequence: ABSTRACT, INTRODUCTION, EXPERIMENTAL, RESULTS AND DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION, ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AND REFERENCES.

A) Main topic:
Century Gothic, 11 pt, uppercase, bold, numbered as 1.0, 2.0.
Theme colour – Red (red:148, green:54, blue:52).

B) Text:
Century Gothic, 9 pt.

C) Sub topic:
Theme colour – Red (red:148, green:54, blue:52).
Title case, Century Gothic, 9 pt, bold.

D) Sub sub topic:
Theme colour-Red (red:148, green:54, blue:52)
Title case, Century Gothic: 9 pt, bold, italic.

Header/ Footer:
Header: Century Gothic: 8 pt, bold, italic.
Footer: Century Gothic: 8 pt, bold.

Figure/ Table
(Should be mentioned in the text)
Figure such as diagrams or graphs should be sharp, noise free and of good contrast. They should numbered consecutively in the same order as they are referred to in the text.

Figure/table no: Century Gothic, 8 pt, bold.
Figure/table title: Century Gothic, 8 pt.
Table content: Century Gothic, 8 pt.
Line drawings should be in black ink on a white background and lettering size must be large enough to permit legible reduction whenever necessary.

Acknowledgement:
Theme colour – Red (red:148, green:54, blue:52)
Title case, Century Gothic , 11 pt, bold

General format:

A) Spacing
a) Spacing between title and author: 11 pt.
b) Spacing between author and affiliation: 11 pt.
c) Spacing for abstract and text: single spacing.
d) Spacing between text and subsequent main topic: enter 2 times.

B) New paragraph
Insert single tab.

C) References

JOURNAL
[1] Barakat, M. A. 2010. New Trends in Removing Heavy Metals from Industrial Wastewater. Arabian Journal of Chemistry. 4(4): 361–377.

BOOK
[1] Khalid, M., S. Omatu, and R. Yusof. 1995. Neuro-Control and Its Applications. Edisi Ke-2. London: Springer-Verlag.

CONFERENCE
Wang, C., X. Zhou, W. Zhang, , Y. Chen, A. Zeng, F. Yin, J. Li, R. Xu, and S. Liu. 2011. Study on Preparing Fatty Acids by Lipase Hydrolysis Waste Oil from Restaurants. Power and Energy Engineering Conference (APPEEC), 2011 Asia-Pacific. Wuhan, China. 25-28 March 2011. 978–980.

EDITED BOOK
Abdul Rahman Haji Ismail and Mahani Musa. 2007. History of the Growth and Development of Higher Education in Malaysia until 2007. In Zailan Moris (ed.) 50 Years of Higher Education Development in Malaysia. Penang: National Higher Education Research Institute.

INTERNET
Gallagher, S. and G. Garett. 203. Disruptive Education Technology-Enabled Universities. [Online]. From: http://ussc.edu.au.ussc/assets/media/docs/pdf. [Accessed on 24 November 2013].

D) Units and symbols
The use of the International System of Units (SI) is recommended and unit have to be consistent throughout the manuscript.
The following are examples and list of common scientific symbols/ unit.

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