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ENVR 310 - Soils

Citing Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism:

Geological Society of America (GSA) Citation Style:


EndNote Citation Output Style File for "Ecological Applications"


Author Guidelines: Ecological Applications (Published by the Ecological Society of America)

"Ecological Applications" journal is published by the Ecological Society of America (ESA).  Rather than provide an extensive citation style guide, the "Author Guidelines" gives some general manuscript formatting instructions and directs you to review the articles from a recent issue of "Ecological Applications" for citation examples.

 

Example of recent article from Ecological Applications

 

Examples of In-Text Citations From "Disturbance regulates the density–body‐mass..."

Examples of Bibliography Entries From "Disturbance regulates the density–body‐mass..."

 

 


Additional In-Text Citation/Bibliography Entry Examples: Ecosphere (Published by the Ecological Society of America)

These examples come from Ecosphere --a different journal, but one that is also published by the ESA, and one that follows the same citation style.

 

Take Special Note:  This article excerpt provides examples of "In-Text" citing for a pair of public communications.

Some of the source content you might use (e.g. publicly available information/communications, personal communications, and appendices) should only be cited "In-Text", but WILL NOT GET INCLUDED IN THE BIBLIOGRAPHY .

 

Example of recent article from Ecosphere

 

Examples of In-Text Citations From " 'New' cyanobacterial blooms are not new..."

Examples of Corresponding Bibliography Entries From " 'New' cyanobacterial blooms are not new..."