Before submitting manuscripts to the Territorium journal you should carefully read all the documents listed in the table below, in the sense that after the article receiption, it complies with the standards guidelines and can be sent for the peer review, insted of being returned to the authors for corrections to conform to guidelines, either in terms of formatting, or in the elaboration of images and organization of information.

Documents Observations
Template Document that should be used for the preparation of the articles, already duly formatted accordly to the guidelines.
Formating Guidelines Describes in detail the formatting guidelines governing the journal.
Instructions for formatting images It provides a set of aspects and rules that the authors must take into account when elaboration the images that appear in the articles (maps, graphs, organograms, etc).
Organization of the information to be submitted After finalized all the documentation that integrates the article, it should be organized and structured according to the norms for its submission.

When submitting a manuscript to the Territorium journal, the author(s) declare that they authorize, by indefinite period, and free of charge, the scanning, uploading and dissemination of the manuscript to the online platforms of RISCOS and the University Press of Coimbra, committing itself to the end of the review process to sign the “Declaration of assignment of copyright” and the “Declaration od cedency of images” .

Plataform OJS – Open Journal System

The final version of the article, duly formatted, and the rest of the graphic information, mus be uploaded to OJS – Open Journal System platform (go to)
Instructions for submission (see).

Fees for submission and articles publication

Territorium journal doesn’t charge any fee from authors to articles submission, peer review, revision, journal publishing, and distribution, publication and download in the World Wide Web.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its contents, on the principle that freely available scientific knowledge to the public supports a greater global democratization of knowledge, recognition and visibility to the cindynique sciences

Articles submitted to the  Territorium journal are licensed according to CC BY. For more information on this form of licensing, see: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 

The availability is free on the Internet, so that users can read, download, copy, distribute, print, search or reference the full text of the documents, process them for indexing, use them as input data from programs for software, or use them for any other legal purpose, without financial, legal or technical barriers.

Archiving

This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and allows them to create permanent archives of the journal for its preservation and restoration. Know more