Instructions on writing a Highlight in Solar Radio Physics aka CESRA nugget

cropped-CESRA_square.jpgThe Highlight of Solar Radio Physics aka CESRA Nugget allows you to publish fresh research (normally based on a refereed paper published within 3 month) to keep CESRA community informed and up-to-date. These are short communications written in the language accessible to a non-expert in the specific area.  The text does not have to be as detailed as a scientific article, but rather written in a more discursive ‘news & views’ style. It also does not need to have a complete literature citation.

The nugget should be submitted with a title and names as with a scientific paper using the MS Word template provided below. It should also follow a rough `introduction, main text and conclusion` layout, but you may customize the sections if you wish. Overall it should be quite brief, about 500-1000 words and should have at least one figure. One or two figures are sufficient, but more can be submitted if necessary.

Templates and Examples:

Copy and paste CESRA_science_nugget_instructions. Once your nugget is complete, send on the document to Eoin and Eduard. We may ask for some changes to the nugget or its format.

Who/where do I submit to?

 Currently, Eduard Kontar and Eoin Carley  emails  look after the science nuggets on the CESRA website (cesra.net). You can email them if you’ve any questions or need more instructions.