Title (precise description of the contents, in lower case rather than in capital letters), author(s) (The person who did the work and wrote the paper is generally listed as the first author of a research paper), affiliation(s)
A shortened version of the paper written for people who may never read the full version. Do not dwell on methods (unless it is a paper about new method), instead present your findings. The purpose is to inform readers as concisely as possible what is in the article so that they can decide whether to read it in detail.
The researcher cites all the specifics of the work done. Every detail needs to be included. The reason that this section must be completely documented is so that other researchers can duplicate the studies and hopefully duplicate the findings. Variables matter and need to be detailed. The failure to list pertinent particulars will throw all of the research and conclusions into question.
What you actually found, not your interpretations.You should refer to your stratigraphic columns, geological map, rose diagrams, and appendices of lithologic descriptions. Data may be effectively presented in charts, tables, graphs, diagrams and photographs. These should be accompanied by explanatory text to highlight and interpret significant facts.