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P r o c e e d i n g I n t e r n a t i o n a l C o n f e r e n c e , 2 0 1 3 , * , * * - * * The 4 th Green Technology Faculty of Science and Technology Islamic of University State Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang Published Online *** 2013 ( 1 PAPER ..

Proceeding International Conference, 2013, *, **-** thThe 4 Green Technology Faculty of Science and Technology

    Islamic of University State Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Published Online *** 2013 (


    1221First Author, Second Author, Third Author, Fourth Author 1(1st Affiliation) Department Name, Name of Organization, City, Country; 2(2nd Affiliation) Department Name, Name of Organization, City, Country.

    Email: address (Corresponding author)

    Received Month Day, Year; Revised xxxx; Accepted xxxx


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Proceeding International Conference, 2013, *, **-** thThe 4 Green Technology Faculty of Science and Technology

    Islamic of University State Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang

Published Online *** 2013 (

INTRODUCTION (Heading 1) Fish............

    Aquaculture is the cultivation and harvesting The introduction should articulate the prob-of aquatic organisms, including finfish, shell-lem being addressed. It should provide suffi-fish and aquatic plants in marine or freshwa-cient background information on the subject ter. The industry has grown at an average allowing the reader to have more insight into rate of 8.9% per year since 1970 and contin-what will be presented in the rest of the paper. ues to grow more rapidly than all other ani-The aims of the manuscript should be clearly mal food-producing sectors............ stated.

2. The first sub-heading should be left justi-Materials and Methods

    fied, bold and title case.

     This section should be concise but provide suf-1.1 Water Quality Guidelines. The availabili-ficient detail of the material used and equip-ty of a high quality water supply greatly in-ment and the procedure followed to allow the fluences the success of any aquaculture oper-work to be repeated by others.

    ation and is the first factor considered during

    site selection (Ackefors et al., 1994). Tables The sources of the laboratory procedures 3- 5 present water quality criteria for the cul-should be cited and any changes that were ture of fish, crustaceans and molluscs. The made must be noted. Information on the tolerance limits of the various water quality equipment model, manufacturer‟s name and parameters depend on the species cultivated address including the city, province/state and (Pillay, 1992)............ country should be provided. The procedures

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    solved oxygen (DO) available to organisms in an aquaculture system is the most critical

    water quality parameter because it is essen- tial to the metabolism of the majority of cul-

    tured fish and crustaceans (Stickney, 1994).


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     References 4. Conference Proceedings

    Magott, J. and K. Skudlarski, 1989. Combining Genera-All publications cited in the text should be pre-lized Stochastic Petri Nets and PERT Networks For

    sented in a list of references following the text The Performance Evaluation Of Concurrent

    Processes. Proceedings of the 3rd International of the manuscript.

    Workshop on Petri Nets and Performance Models,

    Dec. 11-13, IEEE Xplore Press, Japan, pp: 249-256. Use the author/date system of references. In the text refer DOI: 10.1109/PNPM.1989.68558. to the authors‟ name (without initials) and year of publi- cation. All publications cited in the text should be pre-5. Government Publications sented in a list of references following the text of the United Nations, 2001. Indicators of Sustainable Devel-manuscript. opment: Guidelines and Methodologies. United Na- tions Press, New York, USA. 1. Examples for a single author Peterson (1993) has shown that ……This is in agreement with the results obtained by several authors (Kramer, 1994; Smith, 1995; Brown, 1999) 6. Online Publications 2. Examples for two authors Lal, R., 1995. Sustainable Management of Soil Re-Smith and White (1999) reported that…….This was later sources in the Humid Tropics. United Nations Uni-found to be incorrect (Amir and Ahmed, 2000)”. versity Press, Tokyo, Japan. Examples for three or more authors 7se00.htm (Accessed on March 17, 2011) Moore et al. (1990) stated that …..Similar results were reported recently (Smith et al., 2003). 7. Generic Website UNEP, 2002. Cleaner Production Assessment in Indus-The list of references should include only those cited in tries. Production and Consumption Branch. United the manuscript and arranged alphabetically by authors‟ Nations Environment Program. names. Titles of journals should be given in full. „In' can only be used to cite manuscripts actually ac-dustries.htm (Accessed on February 13, 2011) cepted for publication in a journal. Citations such as „manuscript in preparation' or „manuscript submitted' are 8. Theses not permitted. Authors must provide Digital Object Iden-Alkoaik, F., 2005. Fate of plant pathogens and pesticides tifier (DOI) number for all references. If there is no DOI during composting of greenhouse tomato plant resi-for any reference, author may provide its URL/direct dues. Unpublished dissertation in partial fulfillment accessible web link for verification purpose. References of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Phi-without DOI or internet link are not acceptable. The losophy, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, following format should be adhered to. Canada.

    1. Journal Papers Calik, P., P. Yilgora, P. Ayhanb and A.S. Demir. 2004. Oxygen transfer effects on recombinant benzalde-hyde lyase production. Chemical Engineering and Science, 59 (22-23): 5075-5083.


     2. Text Book

    Navabi, Z., 1998. Analysis and Modeling of Digital Sys-tems. 2nd Ed. McGraw Hill, New York. ISBN:

    0070464790, pp: 632.

3. Book Chapter

    Katz, R.H., 1986. Computer-Aided Design Databases. In: New Directions for Database Systems, Ariav, G. and J. Clifford, (Eds.), Intellect Books, Norwood, NJ, pp: 110-123. ISBN: 0893913448.


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