Notes for Contributions
投稿指南

《风景园林》是中华人民共和国教育部主管,北京林业大学主办的国际性风景园林规划与设计、城市设计以及公共艺术学刊,主要刊登国内外的近现代风景园林历史、风景园林规划设计理论、风景园林环境科学与技术的学术论文,以及风景园林总体设计和城市设计方案、风景园林设计和公共艺术建成作品等。

本刊为中国科技核心期刊(中国科技论文统计源期刊)、《中国学术期刊(RCCSE)评价报告(2020年)》核心期刊、《中国人文社科期刊(AMI)综合评价报告(2018年)》扩展期刊。

本刊刊载文章被中国期刊全文数据库(CJFD)、中国核心期刊(遴选)数据库、中国人文社会科学引文数据库(CHSSCD)、中文科技期刊数据库(CSTJ)、超星期刊域出版平台收录。

 

1 投稿与稿件处理

1.1 投稿

1)投稿前,请认真阅读《〈风景园林〉投稿指南》,参考《〈风景园林〉投稿写作模板》,逐项修改、补充有关内容。

2)投稿作者不得侵犯他人著作权,不得有学术不端行为,如一稿多投、重复发表、自我抄袭等。文责自负,文中所引用文献、图片请注明出处。对于侵犯他人版权或其他权利的文稿、图片,本刊概不承担连带责任。

3)投稿须同时上传《〈风景园林〉作者署名排序及贡献声明》回执页和《〈风景园林〉版权转让协议》。

4)本刊投稿一律通过网站投稿系统进行(www.lalavision.com),不接受邮箱和纸质邮寄投稿。

1.2 稿件处理

1)审稿分为初审、复审、评审、终审4个阶段,历时约3个月。若超过3个月,未接到本编辑部修改或录用通知者,可在与编辑部取得联系后自投他处。

2)本刊采用双盲审的审稿方式。为保证公平公正,投稿日期,文章联系人,作者姓名、简介,基金项目,致谢,OSID码等包含作者信息的内容不得出现在文中,请另存一个文档作为附件单独上传,参见《〈风景园林〉投稿写作模板》。

3)通过审查后需修改的稿件,应在2个月内将修改稿返回编辑部,如有困难须及时向编辑部说明情况,6个月未返回按照自动撤稿处理。

4)稿件发表后,每位作者可获赠当期刊物一本。

 

2 OSID

本刊已加入开放科学计划(Open Science Identity, OSID)。将在文章中添加OSID二维码,为作者与读者提供学术交流平台,提升文章的科研诚信。作者可通过创建OSID码上传文章语音介绍、论文附加说明、选择加入学术圈、与读者进行在线问答活动。读者可通过扫描OSID码获取文章信息,向作者提问,进行在线学术交流。

1)进入本刊网站下载中心下载《OSID码创建指南》,根据指南提示完成作者注册。

2)注册完成后,选择“创建OSID”,填写论文标题、关键词、作者信息,上传作者文章语音介绍、论文附加说明等信息完成OSID码的创建,并下载。

3)投稿时须将OSID码作为附件上传。

 

3 作者信息

3.1 作者简介

一篇文章作者不宜超过4个。如第一作者非通信作者,请以*标记通信作者。

1)作者姓名的汉语拼音采用姓前名后,中间为空格,姓氏的全部字母均大写,复姓应连写;名字的首字母大写,姓氏与名均不缩写。如有外籍作者,姓名写法遵从国际惯例,并于姓名前写明作者国籍。

如:张颖ZHANG Ying,王锡联WANG Xilian,诸葛华ZHUGE Hua,(美)阿兰·塔特 (USA) Alan Tate

2)每位作者均须提供中英文作者简介,详见《〈风景园林〉投稿写作模板》。通信作者中文简介后请添加通信作者邮箱。

3.2 基金项目

本刊优先发表国家级、省部级攻关项目或重点科研项目、各类基金项目所产生的重要论文。

1)如果有,须上传基金项目批件电子版文件。

2)基金项目信息包括:中英文项目名称、项目编号,多个基金项目由“;”隔开,末尾不加句号,具体参考《〈风景园林〉投稿写作模板》。

 

4  写作格式

4.1 字数

4 0006 000字为宜(含图及表),语言简练,论点明确,数据可靠。

4.2 题名

中文题名一般不超过20个汉字,并提供相应的英文题目;应简明、具体、确切,概括文章的要旨,符合编制题录、索引和检索的有关原则并有助选择关键词。

4.3 摘要

须有能包含与论文同等主要信息量的中英文摘要,包括论文(研究)的背景与目的、研究过程中采用的方法、研究的结果或得出的结论和创新点。

中文摘要前冠以“摘要:”作为标识;一般300字左右;不必使用“本文”“作者”“文章”等作为主语,建议采用“对……进行了研究”“报告了……现状”“进行了……调查”“提出了……”等记叙方法。

英文摘要前冠以“Abstract:”作为标识;必须与中文摘要相对应,句型力求简单,标点符号使用正确。

4.4 关键词

应提供38个中文关键词,并提供相应的英文关键词。

中文关键词前冠以“关键词:”作为标识;应选择最具有检索意义的术语,通过这些术语反映论文所涉及的内容或领域,便于读者检索到该论文;每个关键词用分号“;”隔开。

英文关键词前冠以“Keywords:”作为标识;必须与中文关键词相对应;每个关键词用分号“;”隔开。

4.5 标题

正文各级标题一律采用阿拉伯数字连续编号,同级标题不同层次的数字之间用下圆点相隔,最末的数字后不加标点,如“1”“1.1”“1.1.1”“1.1.1.1”;标题层次以4级为限,一律左顶格书写题号,后空一格书写标题。

 

5 图表要求

所有图表请于文末统一标注来源,以“图表来源:”作为标识,具体参考《〈风景园林〉投稿写作模板》,如来源引自参考文献,详见6.1

5.1 插图

如有插图,一般不超过10幅,且须为高清的优质图照。

1)插图须将编号插入正文的相应位置,图片编号应与文中出现顺序一致。同时提供中英文图说。

2)拍摄的照片,要求像素不少于400万(2 272×1 704像素),推荐500万像素(2 592×1 944像素)以上,可以是JPG格式。

3)绘制的图片,须使用PhotoshopIllustrator等专业绘图软件制作,图件尺寸不小于12cm×8cm,分辨率不小于300 dpi。提交psdepsjpg格式图形文件(图内有文字的插图提供psdeps格式文件,对主要文字建立编辑图层,其他归为一个图层)。规划设计类图片,须在图上标注指北针、线段比例尺、图例。

4)插图涉及地图及改绘时,根据《地图管理条例》,需要实行地图审核制度,请务必阅读《〈风景园林〉投稿必读:地图使用指南》,正确规范制图。

5)图中如有文字统一使用“华文细黑”。如有外文,须翻译成中文。

5.2 表格

1)使用三线表,通栏排列,表格中尽量不要出现图片。

2)表号及表题置于表上居中位置,编号插入正文相应文字处;表题须译出英文。

 

6 参考文献与注释

6.1 参考文献

1)参考文献是作者写作论著时所参考的文献书目,只列直接引用的公开发表的文献。本刊采用顺序编码制,即正文内引用参考文献的标注按引用文献出现的先后顺序连续编码,并将序号置于方括号中标在相应的文字右上角,参考文献表在文末按序号排序。

2)图中引用参考文献,按在全文中出现的顺序编号,标注于图说中。图内不应出现引文标注。

3)表中引用参考文献,按在全文中出现的顺序编号,在表题中依次标注。

4)参考文献具体著录格式参见《信息与文献 参考文献著录规则(GB/T7714-2015)》。

6.2 注释

注释是对论著正文中某一特定内容的进一步解释或补充说明及对图表来源的说明,从非公开出版物引用的文献只能作为注释注于文章后面,用数字加圆圈标注(如①、②……)。

 

7 作品的稿件要求

1)文章的作者可以是本项目设计公司,也可以是主持设计师。

2)除上述要求,作品类稿件还须提供平面图、项目建成照片若干,若有必要可提供反映设计思想的概念图、分析图或施工节点图。

3)项目信息必须包括:项目地点、项目规模、项目设计时间和完成时间、客户名称、设计公司名称和图片来源,设计公司可根据项目具体情况提供项目顾问、主持设计师、参与项目的设计师、相关配套专业的设计师或设计公司名称、施工单位名称。

 

Landscape Architecture is an international journal of landscape architecture planning and design, urban design and public art. Overseen by the Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China, and organized by Beijing Forestry University, the journal publishes academic papers on the history of modern landscape architecture, theories of landscape architecture planning and design, science and technology of landscape architecture environment, as well as the overall design of landscape architecture, urban design, landscape architecture design and public art works at home and abroad.

This journal is a core journal of Science and Technology in China (Journal of Statistical Sources of Chinese Scientific Papers), core journal of the Evaluation Report on Chinese Academic Journals (RCCSE) 2020, and an extension of the Chinese Journals of Humanities and Social Science (AMI) Comprehensive Evaluation Report 2018.

The articles in this journal are included in Chinese Journal Full-text Database (CJFD), Chinese Core Journals (Selection) Database, Chinese Humanities and Social Science Citation Database (CHSSCD), and Chinese Sci-tech Journals Database (CSTJ).

 

1 Contributions and processing of manuscripts

1.1 Contributions

1) Before submitting your article, please read this Landscape Architecture Contribution Guide carefully, and refer to the Landscape Architecture Contribution Writing Template to modify and supplement relevant content based on each item.

2) Contributors shall not infringe upon the copyright of others, and shall not be involved in any academic misconduct, such as multiple contributions of a single draft, repeated publication, and self-plagiarism. Consequences of submitted articles shall be borne by the respective contributors. Sources of literature and images quoted in articles shall be cited. This journal shall not bear joint liability for the use of text and images that infringe upon the copyright or other rights of others.

3) Contributors shall upload the return receipt of Landscape Architecture’s Declaration of Author Rank and Contribution and Landscape Architecture‘s Copyright Transfer Agreement.

4) All contributions to this journal shall be made through the website, www.lalavision.com. Contributions sent via e-mail and post shall not be accepted.

1.2 Processing of Manuscripts

1) Drafts are reviewed in four stages: preliminary review, re-review, evaluation and final review, and the entire process takes about 3 months. Contributors who do not receive a notice of modification or acceptance from the editorial department after three months may submit their articles elsewhere after contacting the editorial department. Contributors are advised to keep a copy of their work.

2) Landscape Architecture adopts the double-blind reviewing process for manuscripts. To ensure a fair and just process, contents containing information on the author, such as the date of submission, contact person, name of the author, brief introduction of the author, fund items, acknowledgements and OSID code, shall be removed from the article during review. Contributors are advised to prepare another document and upload it separately as an attachment. Kindly refer to the Landscape Architecture Contribution Writing Template.

3) Reviewed manuscripts that require revision shall be returned to the editorial department in no more than two months following the review. Where there are difficulties in meeting this timeline, the editorial department should be contacted in a timely manner with the relevant explanations. Manuscripts not returned after six months shall be considered to have been automatically withdrawn.

4) Following the publication of the manuscript, each author shall be given a copy of the respective issue.

 

2 OSID Code

This journal is a part of the Open Science Identity (OSID). OSID QR codes shall be added to articles to provide an academic exchange platform for authors and readers, and enhance the scientific research integrity of articles. By creating an OSID code, the author can upload an oral introduction of the article, additional notes to the paper, choose to join the academic circle, and carry out online Q&A with the readers. Readers can scan the OSID code to obtain information on the article, ask the author questions, and take part in online academic exchanges. 

1) Download the OSID Code Creation Guide at the website download center, and complete the author registration according to the instructions.

2) After registration, select “create OSID”, fill in the title of the paper, keywords and author’s information, upload an oral introduction of the article, as well as additional notes to the paper to complete the creation of the OSID code, which can then be downloaded.

3) The OSID code must be uploaded as an attachment during the submission of the manuscript.

 

3 Author Information

3.1 Introduction of the authors

An article shall have no more than four authors. If the first author is not the corresponding author, please mark the corresponding author with *.

1) Where a Chinese pinyin name is used, the surname shall be placed before the first name, with a space in between. All letters of the surname shall be capitalized, and double surnames should be hyphenated. The first letter of the first name shall be in uppercase. Surnames and first names shall not be abbreviated. Where there is a foreign author, the author’s name shall be written in accordance with international practice, and the nationality of the author shall be stated before the name.

For example, 张颖 ZHANG Ying, 王锡联 WANG Xilian, 诸葛华 ZHUGE Hua, (USA) 阿兰·塔特 (USA) Alan Tate.

2) Each author shall provide a profile in both Chinese and English. Please refer to the Landscape Architecture Contribution Writing Template for details. Please add the corresponding author’s email after his/her Chinese profile.

3.2 Fund Items

1) In the case of fund items, contributors are required to upload the electronic version of the documents related to the fund items.

2)  Information on fund items includes: project name and serial number in Chinese and English, multiple fund items shall be separated by “;”. Do not add period at the end of project names. Please refer to the Landscape Architecture Contribution Writing Template for details. 

 

4 Writing Format

4.1  Word Count

The article shall have a length of 4,000~6,000 words (including figures and tables), with concise expression, clear argument and reliable data.

4.2 Title

In general, Chinese titles do not exceed 20 Chinese characters. A corresponding English title shall be provided. Titles shall be concise, specific and accurate, and shall summarize the main idea of the article, meet the principles of title, index and retrieval, and facilitate the selection of keywords. 

4.3 Abstract

The abstract shall be bilingual (in Chinese and English) and shall contain the same amount of information as the article, including the background and purpose of the article (research), the methods used in the research process, the results of the research, or the conclusion and innovation ideas drawn.

Chinese abstracts shall come after the subheading, “摘要:”, and shall have a length of around 300 words. It is unnecessary to use this article, the author, or the article as the subject. It is recommended to adopt the narrative modes of having carried out the study....”, “reporting the status quo....”, “carrying out the investigation....”, “putting forward....” 

English abstracts shall come after the subheading, “Abstract:”, and shall correspond to the Chinese version and conform to the principle of “providing the same amount of main information as the paper”. Abstracts shall be written using simple sentence structures and the correct punctuation marks.

4.4 Keywords

All academic papers shall provide 3~8 Chinese keywords and the corresponding keywords in English.

Chinese keywords shall come after the subheading, “关键词:”. Terms that are most searched should be selected to reflect the content or field involved in the paper, so as to help readers find this article in their searches. Each keyword shall be separated by a semicolon.

English keywords shall come after the subheading, “Keywords:”, and shall correspond to the Chinese keywords. Each keyword shall be separated by a semicolon.

4.5 Title

Titles at all levels shall be numbered continuously using Arabic numerals. Numbers of different hierarchies at the same level of title shall be separated by dots, and shall end with the last digit, such as “1”, “1.1”, “1.1.1”, “1.1.1.1”. Titles can be numbered up to 4 levels, all numbering shall be left-aligned, with one space between the numbering and the title or subtitle.

 

5 Requirements for Figures and Tables

All figures shall include “Source of figure and table:” at the end of the caption. Please refer to the Landscape Architecture Contribution Writing Template for details. Kindly see 6.1 for details if sources have been derived from references.

5.1 Figures

Where figures are used, the article shall contain no more than 10 in general, and figures shall be of high-definition quality.

1) Figure numbers shall be inserted into the corresponding positions of the main body text, and figure numbers shall be consistent with the order in which they appear in the text. Captions shall be provided in Chinese and English.

2) Photographs taken with digital cameras shall have no less than 4 million pixels (2 272 × 1 704 pixels). It is recommended to use photographs with a minimum of 5 million pixels (2 592 × 1 944 pixels), in JPG format. Electronic versions of renderings and color drawings made with computers shall be provided at resolutions above 300 dpi. Renderings and color drawings shall be no less than 12×8 cm in size, and a copy of the finished works shall be provided.

3) Where text appears within figures, the “fine black Chinese” font shall be applied consistently. Text in foreign languages shall be translated into Chinese.

4) Where illustrations relating to maps and adaptations are involved, the map verification system shall be implemented under the Map Management Ordinance. Please be sure to read the Landscape Architecture Contribution Guide: Map Usage Guide for Correct specification of mapping.

5.2 Tables

1) Three-line tables and full column arrangement shall be used. Avoid adding images in tables.

2) Label numbers and titles shall be center-aligned above tables. Serial numbers shall be inserted in the corresponding text. Titles of tables shall be translated into English.

 

6 References and Notes

6.1 References

1) References are bibliographies that the author refers to when writing a treatise. List only directly cited published literature. The references are marked by sequential coding, in which the labeling of references in the text is serially coded in the order in which the references appear. Place the serial numbers in the square brackets, in the upper right corner of the corresponding text. The list of references is put at the end of the article, arranged by serial numbers.

2) References cited in the figures shall be numbered in the order in which they appear in the full text, and marked in the captions. References shall not appear in the figures. 

3) References cited in the tables shall be numbered in the order in which they appear in the full text, and marked correspondingly in the table titles. 

4) Refer to the Information and Documentation: Rules for bibliographic reference (GB/T7714-2015) for the specific format to be used on references.

6.2 Notes

A note is a further explanation or supplementary explanation of a particular content in the body of the article, and a description of the source of the figures and tables. Documents cited from non-public publications can only be used as notes at the end of the article, marked with numbers in circles (such as ①、②……).

 

7 Manuscript Requirements of Projects

1) The author of the article can be either the project design company or the host designer.

2) In addition to the above requirements, manuscripts shall provide a number of planar graphs and photographs of the completed project. Where necessary, conceptual drawings, analysis drawings or construction node drawings reflecting the design ideas shall be provided.

3) Supplementary project information shall include: project location, project size, project design time and completion time, name of customer, name of design company and source of images. Based on the specific circumstances of the project, the design company can provide the names of the project consultant, host designer, participating designer, relevant supporting professional designer or design company, and construction company.