Water is our way of life Gunter Fish1, Helmut Sludge2, Patrice Garneau

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Fish et al.

Water is our way of life

Gunter Fish1, Helmut Sludge2, Patrice Garneau2 and Susan Water3*

1Department of Civil Engineering, Technical University of Acity, Denmark

2Department of Environmental Engineering, University of Cdorf, Canada

3Department of Biotechnology, Ztown University of Technology, Germany

*Corresponding author: s.water@bio.uztown.de

Keywords: Big data, out of control, uncertainty, good instrumentation practice


2p+2p: you have two pages to write your abstract, and another two pages for figures and graphics.

Major headings are typed bold in 12-point upper case (capital letters), with two lines space (10-point) above and none below. Do not number headings.
Minor headings

Minor headings are in 12-point bold type, not indented, with one line of space (10-point) above and none below. Do NOT number headings.

Sub-headings. Sub-headings are typed in 12-point italic (or underlined if italics are not available), not indented, with the paragraph running on after a full stop; there is one line of space (10-point) above.
Text should be justified (extend to the right-hand margin) and be typed to fill the full depth of the text area. Please use a 12-point Times New Roman typeface. Do not indent the text paragraphs.
New paragraphs are not indented, but are preceded by a line of space. Also please avoid using footnotes or splitting tables over two (or more) pages.
Please take care that all terminology and notation used will be widely understood. Abbreviations and acronyms should be spelled out in full at their first occurrence in the text. SI units are strongly recommended. If non-SI units must be used, SI equivalents (or conversion factors) must also be given. Write equations in dimensionless form or in metric units.
Citations should be included into the text, not only listed at the end. The guidelines for publications recommend the following format for citations in the text: Use surname of author and year of publication: Jones (1982) or (Jones, 1982). Insert initials only if there are two different authors with the same surname and same year of publication. Two or more years in parentheses following an author's name are cited in ascending order of year, and two or more references published in the same year by the same author are differentiated by letters a, b, c, etc. For example: Brown (1969, 1972, 1973a, b). Different references cited together should be in date order, for example: (Smith, 1959; Thomson and Jones, 1982; Green, 1990). If a paper has been accepted for publication but has not been published the term "(in press)" should be used instead of a date. If a paper has been submitted but not definitely accepted the term "(submitted)" should be used. If the paper is still being prepared the term "(in preparation)" should be used. The abbreviation "et al." should be used in the text when there are more than two co-authors of a cited paper.


You can add up to two pages of figures and graphics

Table 1. This is an example of table layout. It shows the dimensions of the US paper format to be used for the abstract and full paper. Please start from this template to get the correct margin settings. Note that a minimum number of horizontal rules and (usually) no vertical rules are used.

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Figure 1. This is an example of figure layout. It shows how different gray scales can help to highlight the message you want to convey. Remember to use colors that will look good when printing in black & white.


References should be listed alphabetically at the end of the paper. References are to be included in the 4 pages. Although "et al." is preferable in the text, in the list of references all authors should be given.

Afish B. C., Operation R. C. and Automate M. (1974). My data is bigger than yours. In: The Story of Water, A. F. Watter (ed.), vol 2, 3rd edn, Academic Press, Jerusalem, pp. 125-247.

Asanito T., Watero M. and Hygieno M. (1996). Wastewater reclamation and reuse in Japan: overview and implementation examples. Wat. Sci. Tech., 34(11), 219-226.

Healthy M., Smelly P., Sleepy Joe J. and Grumpy E. (1995). Wastewater treatment: How to supress embarrassing odors. Springer, Heidelberg.

Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater (1995). 19th edn, American Public Health Association/American Water Works Association/Water Environment Federation, Washington DC, USA.

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