|Scope||Please see Concept of TES.|
Review articles are invited, but until further notice book reviews are not.
|Types of contributions||Electronic manuscripts (MS-word).|
A printed issue (or PDF) must also be send to TES.
|Manuscripts||Language Manuscripts should be written in English (UK).|
Length No restrictions on the length of manuscripts, providing the text is concise and comprehensive.
File Microsoft Word, jpeg and png.
Details Abbreviations and contractions should be kept to a minimum. So should footnotes. Such information should be integrated into the text.
|Manuscripts structure||Title (should be clear, descriptive and not too long)|
Name(s) of author(s). If there is more than one author, indicate to whom communications should be send.
Complete postal address(es) of affiliation
Abstract should be clear, descriptive and not longer than 400 words
Key words (indexing terms) normally 3-6 items
Introduction and problem
Material and methods
– List only references that are refereed to in the text.- Text citations give the author’s name, date of the work and page if relevant, e.g., (Nielsen 2020, p 13).
Tables and figures should be numbered and refereed to in the text. Tables and figures can be presented in text or presented after References.
|Submission of an article implies that the article is original and is not being considered for publication elsewhere.|
The editorial board will secure that a double blind referee with two referees is undertaken.
Paper will be available online after acceptance.
Papers should be sent to the following address:
TES – The Transdiciplinary Environmental Studies
Department of People and Technology
Universitetsvej 1, bygning 02
Papers are to be submitted electronically to
TES editors, on the e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.