Report Submission Guidelines: Research in U.S. Territories
These guidelines are for use by researchers who were funded as part of the Special Call for Proposals: Strengthening Community Resilience in U.S. Territories.
Before drafting your final report, please review the following style guidelines in full. Reports that do not follow these instructions will be immediately returned to the author for further revision. The following template can be used to easily create your Natural Hazards Center Research Award report.
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We are here to support you at every stage of the writing process. Not sure how to format a reference? Torn by word choice, or acceptable acronyms, or any other sort of writing quandary? Please contact the Natural Hazards Center editing team with any questions.
Report style will closely follow the Publication Manual of American Psychological Association (APA), 7th edition; however, there will be some differences in the final format due to our web-based publishing system. The Purdue University Online Writing Lab is an excellent resource for APA and many other styles. We also encourage you to familiarize yourself with APA guidelines for inclusive and bias-free language.
Report Due Date
The reports for the Special Collection that the Natural Hazards Center will produce as part of this Special Call for Proposals are due no later than April 1, 2022. This is a hard deadline, so please plan accordingly.
Report Submission and Editing
Prior to submitting your final report, please make sure all authors submit biographies using this online form.
When your report is completely formatted and closely edited, please submit it as a Word document to the Natural Hazards Center at firstname.lastname@example.org. If your report adheres to these guidelines, it will then enter the review process. You will receive comments and any suggestions for revision within four weeks of submission.
After the report is finalized, it will be posted on the Natural Hazards Center Public Health Reports page and widely promoted.