IAU Symposium 186
Galaxy Interactions at Low and High Redshift
26-30 August, 1997
Instructions for Submitting Conference Proceedings
Deadline for submitting written contributions is 1 Nov, 1997.
Invited talks - up to 8 pages
Contributed talks - up to 4 pages
posters - 1 page
Format: All contributions for the Proceedings must be prepared using LaTex and
the proper Kluwer style and doc macros, which are available through this Web site
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all authors must electronically submit the original .tex file
included figures as separate files (any tables that for some reason
have not been directly embedded in the
text also need to be sent as separate files). Authors are also encouraged
to send an electronic postscript version of their paper and/or a hardcopy.
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below for ftp, and include a README file to describe the files enclosed
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