Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
MANDATORY: for the submission to BE ACCEPTED, it is ESSENTIAL that the name, email and affiliation of ALL authors have been registered in the system (metadata) by the responsible author so that ALL receives notifications during the submission process.
If this condition is NOT met, the submission will be CANCELED, and the MS must be resubmitted.
- Only English submissions are accepted.
- Attach / forward Cover Letter, certifying that the MS is original, has not been and will not be submitted to another journal while it is being evaluated by CEIP.
- Attach the Certificate of translation carried out by a specialized company or by a professional who can prove proficiency in English (for non English natives authors).
- Attach the Certificate of the Ethics Committee on Animal Experimentation and / or Ethics Committee for research with humans, when applicable.
- Attach doc or docx file (word): with full text, WITHOUT identification of authors, tables and figures included. Check that the authorship ID has been removed from the Word properties file, thus ensuring journal discretion in the Blind Review process.
- Attach pdf file: with full text, author identification (full name, affiliation, e-mail, ORCID registration), tables and figures included.
- In pdf file - Inform full name, affiliation, email and ORCID registration number of ALL authors. If you do not have this number, it can be obtained from orcid.org.
- Make sure that the names of the institutions (affiliations) are presented in full in the institution's original language (up to three hierarchical levels). This procedure is necessary to ensure a good indexing; the complete address of all the authors is fundamental.
- Check text formatting, as per Authors Guidelines: Book Antiqua font, size 11; line spacing 1.5; page size: A4; left and right margins: 2.5 cm; top and bottom margins of 3.0 cm.
Figures and Tables MUST BE presented throughout the text, not at the end.
Do NOT attach Tables and Figures in individual files.
Tables should not exceed 16 cm in width and one page in length (including title and legend).
Black and white illustrations, photographs (black and white or colored), photomicrographs or electromicrographs must be attached in TIFF or JPG images with at least 300 dpi.
Figures should not exceed 16 cm in width.
- Check formatting of the bibliographic references presentation, according to the norms presented in the Authors Guidelines. DOI for the references should be informed when they existed.
(Updated June 2021)
*The rules of Boletim do Instituto de Pesca may change. So be sure to check them before making the submission of a new manuscript.
The BOLETIM DO INSTITUTO DE PESCA (BIP), ISSN 1678-2305 (online), an open access Scientific Journal, is intended to publish original documents (Scientific Article and Scientific Note) that contribute to the expansion of knowledge in fisheries (fishing technology, fisheries biology, sociology and economy fishing), aquaculture, aquatic ecology, fish processing technology, pathology of aquatic organisms, limnology, among others areas.
Its impact factor - JIF (2020) = 1.058.
From 2021, the “Boletim do Instituto de Pesca” will adopt the process of publication in continuous flow (or rolling pass or rolling publishing; a single annual volume).
All papers submitted to the BIP are evaluated preliminarily by the Editorial Board. The initial selection of manuscripts is performed after evaluation of the adequacy to the norms of submission, originality, quality and scientific merit.
Papers deemed suitable are then sent to a minimum of two independent expert reviewers to assess the scientific quality of the paper. The Editorial Board will take care that the reviewers of each article are compulsorily of different institutions of origin of those authors.
The evaluation process used by the Editorial Board of Instituto de Pesca is the system by peers "blind review", i.e., confidentiality of the identity of both authors and reviewers, which will be maintained throughout the process.
The Editor is responsible for the final decision regarding acceptance or rejection of articles.
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE BULLETIN
The Boletim do Instituto de Pesca will still accept publications in English ONLY.
In case of non-native authors from countries that speak these languages, the article must be reviewed by a specialist. Translation costs will be borne by the authors.
Until 2020, one volume was published annually with 4 issues. Eventually, special volumes were published. From 2021, the “Boletim do Instituto de Pesca” will adopt the process of publication in continuous flow (or rolling pass or rolling publishing; a single annual volume).
Published papers present results from both fundamental as well as applied or directed research. Emphasis is given to results on interdisciplinary contributions, on innovative methodological or technical developments, on items with wide general applicability, and on local or regional experiments that can be a source of inspirations to other regions.
In terms of editorial management, the Open Journal Systems (OJS) platform of the Public Knowledge Project (PKP) is used, an editorial system that is used in Brazil under the name of Electronic Journaling System (Sistema Eletrônico de Editoração de Revistas - SEER) customized by the Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia – IBICT).
Manuscript submission should be done ONLY online, by PKP plataform (link: https://www.pesca.sp.gov.br/boletim/index.php/bip/about/submissions).
SUBMISSIONS SENT VIA EMAIL WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
If you have any questions, please contact the Editorial Committee ([email protected]).
Why to publish in Boletim do Instituto de Pesca?
Open access journals are freely available (full text) via Internet for immediate worldwide access.
The published articles serving the best interests of the international research community. Open access journals are no different from traditional subscription-based journals; they undergo the same peer-review and quality control as any other scholarly journal.
Your article will be peer-reviewed and made available on-line after publication. All interested readers can read, download, and/or print open access articles (or the whole journal) at no cost. Your article can be read by potentially millions of readers (which is incomparable to publishing in a traditional journal) what increases the potential to obtain more citations and consequently an increase on the impact index.
The Boletim do Instituto de Pesca has a tracking policy for plagiarism.
If a high similarity percentage is detected, the text will be evaluated. After assessing the similarity detected, the paper may be rejected or, if appropriate, returned for adjustments.
This journal aims to publish original high quality research paper. Submission of manuscript to this journal indicates that the study has not been published anywhere or not been submitted elsewhere for publication, except in the preliminary form such as congress resume, thesis, dissertation or part of a published oral presentation.
If author(s) are using any part of published paper (in English or any other language), they should give proper reference or in any case; if required they should get permission from the previous publisher or copyright holder (whichever is suitable). Plagiarized manuscripts would not be considered for publication.
If plagiarism is found in any published paper after internal investigation, a letter would be immediately sent to all the authors, their affiliated institutes and funding agency, if applied and subsequently the paper will be retracted.
The opinions expressed in the articles are the sole responsibility of their authors. The Fisheries Institute Bulletin has the right to make minor adjustments to maintain the uniformity of the publication as long it is communicated and approved by the authors.
The Boletim do Instituto de Pesca (BIP) uses the CC BY License for all articles published after March 2018. The CC BY License allows others to distribute, remix, adapt and create from their work, even for purposes duly quoted. It is the most flexible license of all available licenses, recommended to maximize the dissemination and use of licensed materials.
Thus, by submitting your article to the BIP, the author agrees to its publication under the CC BY License, mentioned above. Consistent with this license, the BIP also follows the recommendations of the DOAJ - Directory of Open Access Journals - which encourages the publication of open access journals. In this way, once you have your article approved and published, the author retains all copyright and copyrights of the published version, transferring to the magazine the right to publish and keep updated this version of official registration, under the terms indicated above. The authors are encouraged to archive this version of official registration, published by BIP, both in social media dedicated to scientific communication and in personal or institutional repositories.
As the author, you (or your employer or institution) have some rights to reuse your work, always bearing in mind the terms of the above CC BY license. In this case, the authors have the right to:
- Share the article in the same manner as allowed to third parties, under the terms of the Creative Commons CC BY license, provided that the work used is referenced and quoted:
- Preserve patent, trademark and other intellectual property rights (including research data).
- Appropriate allocation and credit for the published work.
DECLARATION OF INTEREST
All authors must disclose any financial and personal relationships with other people or organizations that could inappropriately influence (bias) their work. Examples of potential conflicts of interest include employment, consultancies, stock ownership, honoraria, paid expert testimony, patent applications/registrations, and grants or other funding. Authors must disclose any interests in two places:
- A summary declaration of interest statement in the manuscript file. If there are no interests to declare then please state this: Declarations of interest: none. This summary statement will be ultimately published if the article is accepted. 2. Detailed disclosures as part of a separate Declaration of Interest form, which forms part of the journal's official records. It is important for potential interests to be declared in both places and that the information matches.
ANIMAL AND HUMAN RIGHTS
For studies involving animal handling, it is necessary to submit a Certificate that the research was approved by the Ethics and Biosafety Committee of the research institution.
In socioeconomic or ethno-ecological studies, a Certificate that the project has been approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee must be submitted.
Authors should include in the manuscript a statement of consent from the people who participated in the study. The privacy rights of human beings must always be observed.
The act of publishing involves the author, the journal editor, the peer-reviewer, the publisher and there are clear responsibilities that all involved to meet expected ethical standards at all stages in their involvement from submission to publication of an article.
The Fisheries Institute Bulletin is committed to meeting and maintaining standards of ethical behavior at all stages of the publishing process. We follow the Council of Science Editors (CSE), which provides best practice guidelines to meet requirements regarding at the ethical standards.
The Chief Editor, Associate Editors and Editorial Board ensure the quality of the material they publish; prohibit any form of plagiarism and / or fraudulent data; establish rules for the removal of articles; maintain the integrity of the academic record; guarantee intellectual standards and are always willing to publish corrections, clarifications, retractions and apologies, if necessary, thus following the Good Practice Guidelines on Scientific Publication.
TYPES OF PAPERS
The Boletim do Instituto de Pesca publish Scientific Articles, Short Communications, and Review Articles (from september 2020).
The authors should identify the type of manuscript when submitting it for publication (Cover Letter).
However, after evaluating the originals, the reviewers and/or editors can propose another type of publication, if they find it appropriate.
Paper resulting from scientific research, presenting original data obtained in a planned manner, based on scientifically accepted methods, strictly controlled and appropriate statistical planning that can be replicated and generalized. The discussion should be careful with sound scientific basis; should not be limited to comparisons of the results with the literature, but present inferences, assumptions and arguments about what was studied.
Short article with unprecedented result of scientific research, whose immediate disclosure is justified. Included in this category are significant observations, or exceptional findings of continuing projects that warrant rapid publication (description of a technique, the record of the discovery of a new species, record of parasites in species from a given location, and other unique situations). It must have the same rigor of a scientific article and contain sufficient data to establish that the research has achieved reliable and significant results. Short communications should not be used for preliminary results.
Reviews are in depth reviews of a particular topic or field. Only critical review papers will be considered. It should not consist of a summary of published data only (literature review). Critical evaluation of the data, the status of knowledge, and the research required to advance knowledge of the subject are essential. The format and length of review papers are more flexible.
Paper (MS) submission
The originals of the MS (electronic files in WORD and PDF format), as well as the necessary documents, must be submitted online (https://www.pesca.sp.gov.br/boletim/index.php/bip/about/submissions).
THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION.
For submission, the responsible author must register on the PKP plataform and indicate the full name, email and affiliation of ALL authors and attach the necessary documents (itemized below).
- Cover letter to the Editorial Board of the Fisheries Institute, containing the paper title, full name (s) of ALL author (s), their institutional addresses and e-mails, and designating the corresponding author; as well the type of publication (Scientific Article, Scientific Note or Review). You should also inform us that the paper has not been and will not be sent to another journal while it is being evaluated by the Bulletin;
- The manuscript should be submitted in WORD and PDF format:
- The WORD version (will be sent to reviewers for evaluation) must be submitted without the authors name and affiliation. To avoid acknowledgment of the authors by the reviewers, the document should not contain any information about the authorship of the work. Therefore, before attaching the file, make sure that all personal information has been taken from the PROPERTIES of the file;
- The PDF version must contain the name, email and affiliation of ALL authors.
- If English is not the native language of the authors or none of them have English proficiency, the Certificate of translation of the text by an English-speaking professional must be attached.
- Certificate attesting that the research was approved by the Ethics and Biosafety Committee or by the Human Research Ethics Committee from the Institution where the research was conducted. The absence of the Certificate must be justified.
Paper (MS) Evaluation
- The submitted paper will be initially evaluated by the Editorial Committee as to the as to scope, adequacy to the norms of submission, language, originality, relevance and technical quality (pre-review). Papers that do not meet the required requirements may be rejected or resubmitted to authors for suitability.
- After preliminary approval by the Editorial Board, the paper is sent to at least two reviewers of recognized expertise. Then, if necessary, return to the (s) author (s) for changes/corrections. The deadline for returning the version corrected by the author(s) will be 30 days every time; since it may occur more than once if the reviewers consider it necessary. In case the deadline requirement is not fulfilled, the process will be automatically canceled.
- The paper will be accepted for publication if you have two favorable opinions or rejected when at least two opinions are unfavorable. In case of conflicting opinions among reviewers, the paper is sent to a third reviewer.
- The accepted paper will return to the author to finalize any proposed changes and perform rigorous review before the document is submitted to the process of editing and formatting the Boletim do Instituto de Pesca The deadline for return of this final revised version will be seven days.
ONLY after approval of the manuscript, submit the following documents:
- Copyright Assignment and Authorization for publication in electronic media. The document must be signed by the ALL authors. Exceptionally, in the hypothesis that it is impossible to obtain the signature of one of the authors, the responsible or main author should be responsible for all the declarations;
- Proof of payment of the publication fee.
For foreign authors: the cost is US$ 25.00 (twenty five dollars) per final page typeset for publication.
Payment must be made via bank account deposit. The deposit slip must be sent to the Editorial Committee email ([email protected]).
Data for deposit:
Beneficiary: Fundação de Apoio a Pesquisa Agrícola – FUNDAG
Bank: Banco do Brasil S/A
Branch: 3360-X – Empresarial Campinas
Beneficiary Route Number: BRASBRRJCAS
Beneficiary Account Number: 0013360X0000042005
Beneficiary Payment Method: R-SWIFT
Beneficiary address: Av. Jesuíno Marcondes Salgado, nº 160 – Nova Campinas, ZIP CODE 13090-732 – Campinas/SP – Brazil
IBAN : BR2000000000033600000042005C1
For Brazilians authors: the cost per final page typeset is R$ 70.00 (seventy reais).
Payment will be made via boleto, issued by the Fundação de Apoio a Pesquisa Agrícola – FUNDAG.
To issue the boleto and payment receipt, the author must send (via the system and to the e-mail [email protected]) the following data:
Company name or name:
Full address (include neighborhood):
CNPJ / CPF:
Omissions will be evaluated by the Editorial Board of Instituto de Pesca.
STRUCTURE OF THE PAPER - Formatting
The manuscript should be typed in Microsoft Word text editor (file extension “doc” or “docx”), following the format:
- Book Antiqua font, size 11;
- line spacing: 1.5;
- page size: A4;
- left and tight margins: 2.5 cm;
- top and bottom margins: 3.0 cm;
- maximum number of pages including Figure (s) and/or Table (s) and References:
- Scientific Article: 25 pages:
- Scientific Note: 15 pages;
- Lines should be numbered sequentially, from the first to the last page. Pages should also be numbered.
SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE STRUCTURE
The Scientific Article format should follows the order: Title (written in English and Portuguese), Author(s), authors institutional addresses (complete) and electronic addresses, Abstract and Keywords (written in English and Portuguese), Introduction, Material and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgements (optional), References.
The subtitles: Introduction, Material and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgements and References should be aligned to the left and spelled in capital letters and bold.
It should contain a maximum of 25 pages, including Tables, Figures and References.
Must be clear and concise (not to extend for more than two lines or twenty words) written in English and Portuguese. It should be written in capital letters and centered on the page. In the case of paper with financial support, the Agency should be informed on the first page, indicated with an asterisk affixed to the end of the title.
It is recommended that is not inserted the scientific name of the species and the reference to its descriptor, unless it is essential (for poorly known species).
The full name(s) should be presented in the direct order (first and surname). Only the surname under which the author(s) may be identified should be typed in capital letters. The author(s) affiliation(s), as well as the complete mail address and e-mail, should be also on the first page, following the name(s) of the author(s), and should be identified by Arabic numbers, separated by commas when necessary.
Authors' affiliation data and geographic location must be presented in the institution's source language. For example, the affiliation of a Brazilian institution must be presented in Portuguese, as follows:
Instituto de Pesca, APTA, Secretaria da Agricultura e Abastecimento, Governo do estado de São Paulo.
Universidade de São Paulo, Faculdade de Geografia, Departamento de Geografia Física, São Paulo.
In addition to the name of the institution, the full address including zip code must be provided.
It is recommended that the author record the ORCID number at the time of submission; if you do not have this number, it can be obtained from orcid.org.
NOTE: IT NOT BE ACCEPTED MORE THAN SIX AUTHORS.
Exceptionally, up to eight (8) authors will be accepted, provided that everyone's participation in the research is duly justified.
It will be up to CEIP to verify the pertinence of the justification.
CHANGE in authorship, INCLUSION of new authors or EXCLUSION of authors AFTER SUBMISSION of the manuscript IS NOT ALLOWED.
ABSTRACT and KEYWORDS
The abstract must contain concisely the objectives, methodology, results and conclusions, using a maximum of 200 (two hundred) words. It must be written so that the reader is interested in reading the entire paper.
Keywords: at least three (3) and at most six (6) written in small letters and separated by semicolons. It should not repeat words already in the title. It should identify the subject matter, allowing the article to be found in the electronic search system.
Abstract and keywords must also be presented in Portuguese.
Should occupy preferably no more than two pages, with the scientific problem to be solved and its importance (rationale for conducting the paper), and the development / current status of the researched subject. The last paragraph must express the objective, being consistent with that contained in the abstract.
MATERIAL AND METHODS
Must briefly describe the applied methodology, organized preferably in the order of application, and so the experiment can be reproduced. This item may vary depending on the thematic nature of the document, but in general should contain a description of the site sampling procedure, frequency, period, instrument and methods, other relevant variables and the design of the experiment, the description of the treatments and variables, the number of repetitions and characteristics of the experimental unit. It should contain information about the statistical methodos and data transformations. One should avoid unnecessary detail, the description of extensive use of current techniques and the use of unusual abbreviations.
The results should be presented separately from the discussion. Can be presented literally or under the form of tables and / or figures. Data presented in tables or figures should not be systematically repeated in the text.
Tables and Figures should be presented throughout the text.
In addition, they must be sent in separate files (Tables in Word file and Figures in jpg files).
Should be numbered with Arabic numerals and legend placed on the top of the table. It is recommended that the data presented in tables are not repeated in graphics, unless absolutely necessary. Tables should have a maximum of 16 cm wide. Should be avoided whenever possible, tables in a "landscape" format and not longer than one page. Abbreviations should also be avoided unless for measuring units. If necessary, however, should have their meaning indicated in caption under the table.
Figures (graphs, drawings, maps or photos):
The size should be maximum of 16 x 21 cm (width x height), numbered in Arabic numerals, with self-explanatory title below. Words in graphs and maps should be readable font. It is recommended not insert graphics, maps or photos in tables or frames. Graphics should not have grid lines or edges.
Black and white illustrations, photographs (black and white or colored), photomicrographs or electromicrographs, should be provided with at least 300 dpi resolution in TIFF or JPG format. The original Figures should be allow reduction to 16 cm or 7.5 cm wide without loss of resolution.
In Discussion item, avoid repetition of numbers already given in the results, as well as citation of Tables and Figures.
The Discussion should explore the significance of the results of the work, not repeat them.
Should be well elaborated and not just a comparison of data obtained from the available literature. The Discussion should contain hypotheses and / or objective comments about the results, discussed in the light of observations from the specialized literature. Should focus on and demonstrate the main ideas and contributions made by paper, as well as comment on whether there is need for further research or on any limitations found.
Should be clear, concise and respond to the objective(s) of the study. Must be able to propose a solution (or solution path) to the demand / problem based on the results obtained.
Should be succinct, directed the institution or person who has effectively contributed to the realization of the paper. Preferably should not exceed five lines.
SCIENTIFIC NOTE STRUCTURE
Should follow the similar order of the scientific paper containing: Title (written in English and Portuguese), Author, authors institutional addresses (complete) and electronic, Abstract and Keywords (written in English and Portuguese), Introduction, Material and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgements (optional), References.
Results and Discussion, in this case, may be presented as a single item.
The format follows the same pattern, but with a maximum 15 pages (including Tables and Figures).
NOTE: IT NOT BE ACCEPTED MORE THAN FOUR AUTHORS.
REVIEW ARTICLE STRUCTURE
As it is a differentiated article, it is not mandatory to follow the same ordering requested in other types of articles. However, it must present Title in English, Author (s), Institutional (complete) and electronic addresses of all authors, as well as the registration in ORCID, Abstract and keywords, Title in Portuguese, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Discussion , Acknowledgments (optional) and References. The Methodology must inform how the data were obtained and how the analysis was carried out (focus).
OBSERVATIONS (valid for ALL types of submissions):
- Mathematical formulas, expressions and equations
It can be inserted in the text, if they do not contain special characters; otherwise, they should be presented isolated in the line. Ex: weight gain = final weight – initial weight.
- Measurement units
It should be presented according to The International System of Units. Example: 10 m2; 100 fish m-1; 20 t ha-1.
- Appendices and Attachments
It should be included only when essential to understand the paper. It will be left to the Reviewers and Editors the final decision to include them in the publication or not.
REFERENCES (for ALL types of paper)
Should be presented in alphabetical order of surname of the authors, unnumbered.
Should contain the names of all authors, publication year, article title (in full) and Journal title (without abbreviation), volume number and/or editing, page range, DOI.
The accuracy and appropriateness of the references that have been cited in the text are those of the author.
Dissertations and Theses should be avoided. But when absolutely necessary, they should be available online.
Papers completed undergraduate and abstracts presented at conferences are not valid references.
NOTE: IMPROPER REFERENCES MAY RESULT IN MS REFUSAL.
Use the system author/date, i.e., the author's last name, the year in which the paper was published. Examples:
* For an author: "Mighell (1975) observed ..."; "According to Azevedo (1965), the spawning..."; "These statements were confirmed in later papers (Wakamatsu, 1973)."
* For two authors: "Richter and Efanov (1976) researching ...
* For three or more authors: the first author should be followed by "et al." (Example: "Soares et al. (1978) found ... "or" This fact was found in Africa (Soares et al., 1978)."
* To the same author in different years of documents, respecting chronological order, separated by commas year. Example: "According to Silva (1980, 1985) ..."
* When citing several authors sequentially, the chronological order of publication year should be respected and separated by semicolons. Example: "... in commercial nurseries (Silva, 1980; Ferreira, 1999; Giamas and Barbieri, 2002) ...".
Citations in the REFERENCES list
References should be ordered alphabetically by last name of the first author. If there is more than one paper with the same last name, it is considered the chronological order and, continuing the coincidence, the alphabetical order of the third reference element.
After the names of the authors, enter the year of publication, the title of the article, the title of the journal (MUST NOT be abbreviated), the volume, the edition (between parenthesis), and the number/range of pages, DOI.
Dissertations, thesis, papers presented in order to take Bachelor’s degree, books, books chapters may be included only when ABSOLUTELY necessary.
1. PRINTED DOCUMENTS (no DOI)
Barbieri, E.; Bondioli, A.C.V.; DE Melo, C.B.; Henriques, M.B. 2014. Nitrite toxicity to Litopenaeus schmitti (Burkenroad, 1936, Crustacea) at different salinity levels. Aquaculture Research, 47(4): 1260-1268.
2. DOCUMENTS WITH DOI (the DOI must be presented as registred in the referred article)
Barbieri, E.; Coa, F.; Rezende, K.F.O. 2016. The exotic species Litopenaeus vannamei (Boone, 1931) occurrence in Cananeia, Iguape and Ilha Comprida lagoon estuary complex. Boletim do Instituto de Pesca, 42(3): 479-485. https://doi.org/10.20950/1678-2305.2016v42n1p479
3. DISSERTATIONS, THESIS (may be included only when ABSOLUTELY necessary and available online). The file access date must be entered:
Bernadochi, L.C. 2012. Captação de sementes em coletores artificiais e cultivo da ostra perlífera Pinctada imbricata (Mollusca: Pteriidae), São Paulo, Brasil. São Paulo. 75f. (Masters Dissertation. Instituto de Pesca, APTA). Available at: <http://www.pesca.sp.gov.br/dissertacoes.pg.php> Accessed: Aug. 22, 2014.
4. BOOKS (may be included only when ABSOLUTELY necessary):
Gomes, F.P. 1978. Curso de estatística experimental. 8ª ed. Piracicaba: Escola Superior de Agricultura “Luiz de Queiroz”. 430p.
New, M.B.; Valenti, W.C.; Tidwell, J.H.; D’Abramo, L.R.; Kutty, M.N. Freshwater prawns: biology and farming. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. 544p.
5. BOOK CHAPTER or publication on collective paper (may be included only when ABSOLUTELY necessary):
Moraes-Valenti, P.; Valenti, W.C. 2010. Culture of the Amazon river prawn Macrobrachium amazonicum. In: New, M.B.; Valenti, W.C.; Tidwell, J.H.; D’Abramo, L.R.; Kutty, M.N. (eds). Freshwater prawns: biology and farming. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford. pp.485-501.
6. LAWS, DECREES, NORMATIVE ORDINANCES AND INSTRUCTIONS are included in the list as follows:
Brasil, 1988. Constituição da República Federativa do Brasil. Diário Oficial da União, Brasília, 05 de outubro de 1988, nº. 191-A, Seção 1, p. 1.
Brasil, 2000. LEI nº. 9.985, de 18 de julho de 2000. Regulamenta o Art. 225, § 1º., incisos I, II, III, e VII da Constituição Federal, institui o Sistema Nacional de Unidades de Conservação da Natureza e dá outras providências. Diário Oficial da União, Brasília, 19 de julho de 2000, nº. 138, Seção 1: p. 45.
Brasil, 1990 Decreto nº. 98.897, de 30 de janeiro de 1990. Dispõe sobre as reservas extrativistas e dá outras providências. Diário Oficial da União, Brasília, 31 de janeiro de 1990, nº. 22, Seção 1, p. 2.
ICMBIO – Instituto Chico Mendes de Conservação da Biodiversidade. 2010b. Portaria nº. 77, de 27 de agosto de 2010. Cria o Conselho Deliberativo da Reserva Extrativista Marinha de Arraial do Cabo/RJ. Diário Oficial da União, Brasília, 01 de setembro de 2010, nº. 168, Seção 1: p. 69.
7. ELECTRONIC REFERENCES (journals published exclusively online, documents online consulted): The file access date must be entered:
Lam, M.E.; Pauly. D. 2010. Who is right to fish? Evolving a social contract for ethical fisheries. Ecology and Society, 15(3): 16. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol15/iss3/art16/ Accessed: Nov. 26, 2018.
Castro, P.M.G. (sem data, on line) A pesca de recursos demersais e suas transformações temporais. Available at: <http://www.pesca.sp.gov.br/textos.php> Accessed: Sep. 03, 2014.