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HOW TO CITE REFERENCES By Mina Di Marino - Post-Doc Researcher, Department of Architecture, Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture, mina.dimarino@aalto.fi HOW TO CITE REFERENCES The following examples are taken from a scientific journal. However, you can also follow Harvard style which is one of the most used styles. Library 10 http://guides.is.uwa.edu.au/harvard Mina Di Marino 17.11.2016 2 HOW TO CITE REFERENCES WITHIN THE LIST OF REFERENCES Journal article Hersperger, A. M., Langhamer, D., & Dalang, T. (2012). Inventorying human-made objects - A step towards better understanding land use for multifunctional planning in a periurban Swiss landscape. Landscape and Urban Planning, 105(3), 307-314. Book Niemela, J. (Ed.). (2012). Urban ecology - Patterns, processes Library and 10 applications. New York - Oxford. Chapter in an edited book McDonnell, M. J., & Hahs, A. K. (2009). Comparative ecology of cities and towns - Past, present and future. In M. J. McDonnell, A. K. Hahs, & J. H. Breuste (Eds.), Ecology of cities and towns - A comparative approach (pp. 71-89). New York - Cambridge. available http://www.elsevier.com/journals/landscape-and-urban-planning/0169-2046/guide-for-authors Mina Di Marino 17.11.2016 3 HOW TO CITE REFERENCES WITHIN THE LIST OF REFERENCES Technical or research report, published in print and online Gobster, P. H., and & Haight, R. G. (2004). From landscapes to lots - Understanding and managing Midwestern landscape change (General Technical Report NC-245). St. Paul, MN - U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. Retrieved from - http -//www.nrs.fs.fed.us/pubs/gtr/gtr_nc245.pdf. Library 10 Web pages and other online-only sources with changing content Editor. (n.d.). Guide for authors. Landscape and Urban Planning, Retrieved January 1, 2012 from http//www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/503347/a uthorinstructions. available http://www.elsevier.com/journals/landscape-and-urban-planning/0169-2046/guide-for-authors Mina Di Marino 17.11.2016 4 HOW TO CITE REFERENCES WITHIN THE LIST OF REFERENCES Journal article, non-English source Vogel, B., Molich, T., & Klar, N. (2009). Der Wildkatzenwegeplan - Ein strategisches Instrument des Naturschutz (The Wildcat Library 10 Infrastructure Plan - A strategic instrument of nature conservation). Naturschutz und Landschaftsplanung, 41, 333-340. available http://www.elsevier.com/journals/landscape-and-urban-planning/0169-2046/guide-for-authors Mina Di Marino 17.11.2016 5 HOW TO CITE REFERENCES WITHIN THE TEXT Authors cited outside and within parentheses - We used the Cuzick and Edwards (1990) test... ... summed across all cases (Cuzick & Edwards, 1990). Multiple works in same parentheses - ...Urban areas tended to have less diverse assemblages of bird species than adjacent natural areas (Beissinger & Osborne, 1982; Cam, Nichols, Sauer, Hines, & Flather, 2000; Gavareski, 1976)... Multiple authors, 2nd occurrence -...responses to habitat features were scale dependent (Bolger, Scott, & Rotenberry, 1997; Cam et al., 2000). Library 10 the sources are cited chronologically and sources with the same data alphabetically. If the author surname is part of the text Gavareski (1976) suggests that the sustainability….. if the authors are more than two According to B

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