Further works

Is it correct to use "further" here, or is it "future"? "Works" are scientific works in this context (researches, articles):

Please, apply the recommendations below to any further work you would send us for review.

  • lingobingo

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Further means in addition to something already mentioned or dealt with.

    I think future is more appropriate in your sentence (in which the “would” appears to be superfluous).
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