FIGURES They include all images that illustrate a document: drawings, charts, maps, graphs and photographs. They should be numbered sequentially with arabic numbers in the order in which they are cited in the text (do not refer to Fig. 2 before Fig. 1). Do not refer to photographs as plates and do not number them separately. Do not number separately figures which are not placed in the text (for example, maps in a pocket on the back cover). Use Fig. or Figs. in the text and in the figure captions. Fig. 1 shows ... The study site (Figs. 1 and 2) is located.... In a thesis or essay, figures are placed in the text, normally on separate but sequentially numbered pages. Do not place a title above or within a drawing because each figure has a descriptive caption placed below or, less commonly, on the back of the preceding page. In a paper to be submitted for publication, the figures are arranged in order at the end of the paper. Each is numbered in the lower right corner and they are preceded by a double-spaced list of figure captions. See Tables.