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Author Guidelines

EKSPLORIUM, Bulletin of the Center for Nuclear Minerals Development is a scientific journal that has been accredited by LIPI (No. 749/AU2/P2MI-LIPI/08/2016). This journal is published twice a year in May and November, published in print and online (print-ISSN: 0854-1418 and electronic-ISSN: 2503-426X). This journal can be accessed online through the following webpage


The manuscripts are the result of study, research and development of nuclear geology with scope: geology, exploration, mining, nuclear minerals processing, safety and environment, and development of nuclear technology for the welfare.


The manuscript from both domestic and international scientists must be an original manuscript that never been published. Manuscripts should conform to format guidelines set out below.

  1. Manuscripts are to be written in English and double-spaced. Large figures and tables should be avoided, and their widths should generally be either 8.0, 16.5 or 24.0 cm. Each illustration should be clearly drawn and lettered.
  2. The SI units of metric system should be used.
  3. State secrets are not to be released. Authors take full responsibility for their papers.
  4. We accept only unpublished, original papers and claim first right of publication.
  5. Manuscripts should be organized in following order : [a] Title ; [b] Name(s) and affiliation(s) of author(s); [c] Abstract (not more than 300 words) and key words (3-6 words); [d] Introduction; [e] Methods, techniques, studied material and area descriptions; [f] Results; [g] Discussion; [h] Conclusions; [i] Acknowledgments; [j] Explanation of plate; [k] References cited; [l] Tables; [m] Figure captions.


Article Format

  1. TITLE, capitalized in the begining of each word with font size of 14 in the center position
  2. AUTHOR NAME, AFFILITATION and CORRESPONDING E-MAIL ADDRESS, written 2 spaces below the title with font size 10.
  3. ABSTRACT, written with maximum of 200 words containing a summary of problem, objectives, methods, results, and conclussions, also equipped with 3-5 keywords, written in font size 10.
  4. INTRODUCTION, written in font size 12, contains the background, scope, and objectives of the research.
  5. THEORY, if necessary.
  6. METHODOLOGY for research scientific work; MAIN SUBJECT for review scientific work.
  7. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION, the results are arranged in detail containing data in the form of tables and figures, while the discussion of the results obtained is discussed based on concepts of hypotheses.
  8. CONCLUSION, contains conclusions from research and suggestion.
  9. REFRENCES, written in the referring order and using serial number [1],[2], and [3]-[6].


References Cited

All references cited to publications made in the text should be presented in a list of references following the text. The manuscript should be carefully checked to ensure that the citation in the text has completed in the reference list using IEEE role.

The citation is made in the text as number of citation [1]; [1],[2]; and/or [1]-[3] and same with reference list and do not write the name of authors. In this list, names of the author and complete co-authors followed should be given.

References in the list should be arranged chronologically according to reference order in the text. Authors are encouraged to use Mendeley apllication.


  1. A. El Taher, "Elemental Analysis of Granite by Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA) and X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis (XRF)", Applied Radiation and Isotope, vol. 70, pp. 350-354, 2012.
  2. F. Ferrari, T. Apuani, and G.P. Giani, "Rock Mass Rating Spatial Estimation by Geostatistical Analysis", International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Science, vol. 70, pp. 162-176, 2014.
  3. L. Blevin, ”Metallogeny of Granitic Rocks", The Ishihara Symposium: Granites and Associated Metallogenesis, Geoscience Australia, pp. 1-4, 2004.


  1. H. Syaeful, Suharji, dan A. Sumaryanto, "Pemodelan Geologi dan Estimasi Kalan, Kalimantan Barat", Prosiding Seminar Nasional Teknologi Energi Nuklir, Pontianak, 2014.
  2. R. Frinkel, R. Taylor, R. Bolles, R. Paul, “An overview of AL, programming system for automation,” in Proc. Fourth Int. Join Conf Artif.Intel., pp. 758-765, Sept. 3-7, 2006.


  1. W.S. Lyon, Guide to Activation Analysis, 2nd ed., Van Nostrand Co. Inc., New York, p. 33, 1960.
  2. P.M. Morse and H. Feshback, Methods of Theoretical Physic. New York: McGraw Hill, 1953.

Book Part

  1. M.F. Collins, and E. Kartini, Superionic Conduction in Silver Oxysalt-Silver Salt Glasses, in: Recent Research Development of Solid State Ionics Vol. I, S.G. Pandalay (Ed.), Transworld Research Network, India, p. 167, 2003
  2. P.S. Meszaros, S.Lee and A. Laughlin, “Information processing and information technology career interest and choice amoung high school students,” Reconfiguring the Firewall, Wellesley: A K Peters, pp. 77-86, 2007.


  1. B. Paynter, “Robodinos: what could possibly go wrong?”, Wired, 20 Juli 2009, [Online]. Tersedia: [Accessed: 25 Juli 2010].


The bibliography must be at least 10 for scientific research papers and at least 25 for scientific research papers published in the last 10 years, and 80% must come from primary references (journals, theses, and published references).


Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. I hereby declare that this submission is my own work.
  2. I hereby declare that this manuscript has no plagiarism issues.
  3. I declare the submission to have no potential conflict of interest.
  4. I hereby declare that this manuscript has not been previously published in another scientific publication and is not currently under review in another scientific publication.
  5. The submitted manuscript has been written using Microsoft Word (.doc / .docx).
  6. Abstracts are brief and do not exceed 200 words in English.
  7. The structure of the manuscript consists of: Introduction, Work Procedure/Methodology/Subjects, Results and Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgments, and Bibliography.
  8. References are written according to the Exploratory writing style. The main references are no less than 80% from at least ten sources and have been taken from the last 10 years of publications.

Privacy Statement

The editor and any editorial staff must not disclose any information about a submitted manuscript to anyone other than the corresponding author, reviewers, potential reviewers, other editorial advisers, and the publisher, as appropriate.

Disclosure and conflicts of interest

Unpublished materials disclosed in a submitted manuscript must not be used in an editor's own research without the express written consent of the author.