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How to Structure your Sources in a Bibliography. Books. Dashefsky, H. Steven. Environmental Science . New York: TAB Books, 1994. If there are; 2 authors :Jones, Mary and John Price. 3+authors :Jones, Mary et al. Editor :Jones, Mary (ed.)

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How to structure your sources in a bibliography

How to Structure your Sources in a Bibliography


Books

Books

  • Dashefsky, H. Steven. Environmental Science. New York: TAB Books, 1994.

    If there are;

  • 2 authors:Jones, Mary and John Price.

  • 3+authors:Jones, Mary et al.

  • Editor:Jones, Mary (ed.)

  • If there is no author, TITLE will be the first entry


Magazine newspaper articles

Magazine/Newspaper articles

  • Strauss, Stephen. “Scientists find sunlight cleans mercury from water.” The Globe and Mail 26 April 1996: A3.


Encyclopedia

Encyclopedia

  • Likens, Gene E. “Acid Rain in Eastern North America.” World Book Encyclopedia, 1992 ed.


Cdrom software

CDROM/Software

  • The Cartoon Guide to Physics. CD-ROM. Harper-Collins Publishers, 1995.


Internet

Internet

  • Walker, Janice R. [[email protected]]. Smog and acid rain. Online. [http://www.met.las/walker/edu.bc[]. 4 Aug 1997.


Personal interview

Personal Interview

  • Crosby, Sidney. Personal interview. 11 Jan 2010.


Pamphlet

Pamphlet

(a)Government

  • Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources. Lake acidity in Ontario lakes. Toronto, 1994.

    (b) Organization

  • International Development Research Centre. Reef Relief. Ottawa, n.d.


Bibliography

Bibliography

The Cartoon Guide to Physics. CD-ROM. Harper-Collins Publishers, 1995.

Crosby, Sidney. Personal interview. 11 Jan 2010.

Dashefsky, H. Steven. Environmental Science. New York: TAB Books, 1994.

International Development Research Centre. Reef Relief. Ottawa, n.d.

Likens, Gene E. “Acid Rain in Eastern North America.” World Book Encyclopedia, 1992 ed.

Ontario. Ministry of Natural Resources. Lake acidity in Ontario lakes. Toronto, 1994.

Strauss, Stephen. “Scientists find sunlight cleans mercury from water.” The Globe and Mail 26 April 1996: A3.

Walker, Janice R. [[email protected]]. Smog and acid rain. Online. [http://www.met.las/walker/edu.bc[]. 4 Aug 1997.


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