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The Influence of Meteorological Conditions on PM10 Concentrations in Kathmandu Valley
Giri, D. Krishna Murthy, V. and Adhikary, P.R.
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Your list of works cited should begin at the end of the paper on a new page with the centered title, References. Alphabetize the entries in your list by the author's last name, using the letter-by-letter system (ignore spaces and other punctuation.) Only the initials of the first and middle names are given. If the author's name is unknown, alphabetize by the title, ignoring any A, An, or The.
For dates, spell out the names of months in the text of your paper, but abbreviate them in the list of works cited, except for May, June, and July. Use either the day-month-year style (22 July 1999) or the month-day-year style (July 22, 1999) and be consistent. With the month-day-year style, be sure to add a comma after the year unless another punctuation mark goes there.
Underlining or Italics?
When reports were written on typewriters, the names of publications were underlined because most typewriters had no way to print italics. If you write a bibliography by hand, you should still underline the names of publications. But, if you use a computer, then publication names should be in italics as they are below. Always check with your instructor regarding their preference of using italics or underlining. Our examples use italics.
All APA citations should use hanging indents, that is, the first line of an entry should be flush left, and the second and subsequent lines should be indented 1/2".
Capitalization, Abbreviation, and Punctuation
The APA guidelines specify using sentence-style capitalization for the titles of books or articles, so you should capitalize only the first word of a title and subtitle. The exceptions to this rule would be periodical titles and proper names in a title which should still be capitalized. The periodical title is run in title case, and is followed by the volume number which, with the title, is also italicized.
If there is more than one author, use an ampersand (&) before the name of the last author. If there are more than six authors, list only the first one and use et al. for the rest.
Place the date of publication in parentheses immediately after the name of the author. Place a period after the closing parenthesis. Do not italicize, underline, or put quotes around the titles of shorter works within longer works.
Books Format:Author's last name, first initial. (Publication date). Book title. Additional information. City of publication: Publishing company.
Allen, T. (1974). Vanishing wildlife of North America. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society.
Boorstin, D. (1992). The creators: A history of the heroes of the imagination. New York: Random House.
Nicol, A. M., & Pexman, P. M. (1999). Presenting your findings: A practical guide for creating tables. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Searles, B., & Last, M. (1979). A reader's guide to science fiction. New York: Facts on File, Inc.
Toomer, J. (1988). Cane. Ed. Darwin T. Turner. New York: Norton.
Encyclopedia & Dictionary
Format:Author's last name, first initial. (Date). Title of Article. Title of Encyclopedia (Volume, pages). City of publication: Publishing company.
Bergmann, P. G. (1993). Relativity. In The new encyclopedia britannica (Vol. 26, pp. 501-508). Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica.
Merriam-Webster's collegiate dictionary (10th ed.). (1993). Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster.
Pettingill, O. S., Jr. (1980). Falcon and Falconry. World book encyclopedia. (pp. 150-155). Chicago: World Book.
Tobias, R. (1991). Thurber, James. Encyclopedia americana. (p. 600). New York: Scholastic Library Publishing.
Magazine & Newspaper Articles
Format:Author's last name, first initial. (Publication date). Article title. Periodical title, volume number(issue number if available), inclusive pages. Note: Do not enclose the title in quotation marks. Put a period after the title. If a periodical includes a volume number, italicize it and then give the page range (in regular type) without "pp." If the periodical does not use volume numbers, as in newspapers, use p. or pp. for page numbers. Note: Unlike other periodicals, p. or pp. precedes page numbers for a newspaper reference in APA style.
Harlow, H. F. (1983). Fundamentals for preparing psychology journal articles. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 55, 893-896.
Henry, W. A., III. (1990, April 9). Making the grade in today's schools. Time, 135, 28-31.
Kalette, D. (1986, July 21). California town counts town to big quake. USA Today, 9, p. A1.
Kanfer, S. (1986, July 21). Heard any good books lately? Time, 113, 71-72.
Trillin, C. (1993, February 15). Culture shopping. New Yorker, pp. 48-51.
Website or Webpage
Format:Online periodical:Author's name. (Date of publication). Title of article. Title of Periodical, volume number, Retrieved month day, year, from full URL
Online document:Author's name. (Date of publication). Title of work. Retrieved month day, year, from full URL Note: When citing Internet sources, refer to the specific website document. If a document is undated, use "n.d." (for no date) immediately after the document title. Break a lengthy URL that goes to another line after a slash or before a period. Continually check your references to online documents. There is no period following a URL. Note: If you cannot find some of this information, cite what is available.
Website or Webpage
Devitt, T. (2001, August 2). Lightning injures four at music festival. The Why? Files. Retrieved January 23, 2002, from http://whyfiles.org/137lightning/index.html
Dove, R. (1998). Lady freedom among us. The Electronic Text Center. Retrieved June 19, 1998, from Alderman Library, University of Virginia website: http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/subjects/afam.html Note: If a document is contained within a large and complex website (such as that for a university or a government agency), identify the host organization and the relevant program or department before giving the URL for the document itself. Precede the URL with a colon.
Fredrickson, B. L. (2000, March 7). Cultivating positive emotions to optimize health and well-being. Prevention & Treatment, 3, Article 0001a. Retrieved November 20, 2000, from http://journals.apa.org/prevention/volume3/pre0030001a.html
GVU's 8th WWW user survey. (n.d.). Retrieved August 8, 2000, from http://www.cc.gatech.edu/gvu/usersurveys/survey1997-10/
Health Canada. (2002, February). The safety of genetically modified food crops. Retrieved March 22, 2005, from http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/english/protection/biologics_genetics/gen_mod_foods/genmodebk.html
Hilts, P. J. (1999, February 16). In forecasting their emotions, most people flunk out. New York Times. Retrieved November 21, 2000, from http://www.nytimes.com
Battery. (1990). Encyclopedia britannica. (pp. 100-101). Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica.
Best batteries. (December 1994). Consumer Reports Magazine, 32, 71-72.
Booth, Steven A. (January 1999). High-Drain Alkaline AA-Batteries. Popular Electronics, 62, 58.
Brain, Marshall. How batteries work. howstuffworks. Retrieved August 1, 2006, from http://home.howstuffworks.com/battery.htm
Cells and batteries. (1993). The DK science encyclopedia. New York: DK Publishing.
Dell, R. M., and D. A. J. Rand. (2001). Understanding batteries. Cambridge, UK: The Royal Society of Chemistry.
Learning center. Energizer. Eveready Battery Company, Inc. Retrieved August 1, 2006, from http://www.energizer.com/learning/default.asp
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A crucial part of your academic studies is to read extensively around your discipline area and integrate other people’s ideas and research into your learning. You will have to use ‘evidence’ from the literature to support the conclusions you want to make.
When you do this as part of an assignment, you need to make sure the reader knows where you are getting your information or evidence from, and how this fits with your own ideas and conclusions. When using somebody else’s ideas, research data, evidence an d conclusions, these need to be clearly acknowledged so that they can be distinguished from your own work. The reader is then able to see how you have integrated your reading with your writing and can track down the original resources if they so wish. Using and acknowledging other people’s work in your assignments is also a way of demonstrating the reading you have been doing.
Acknowledging resources usually takes place both within the text of an assignment and in a reference list at the end . Each School has a standard format for doing this which all students are requested to adhere to, Biological and Environmental Studies use the Journal of Ecology style.
Citing References within your Essay:
In -text citations
Do not use numbered referencing, use in-text citations and a reference list in alphabetical order of the first author’s name
When referencing within the text of the essay only use the surnames and date. The author’s first name initials only appear in the full reference at the end of the essay
For example in the text of the essay you would write:
As demonstrated by Brown and Jones (2012)
A number of studies have investigated these issues (Patel & Jung 1992; Smith 2010; Aron, Aron & Smollan 2012)
Within your essay text, citations to work with more than three authors should be abbreviated to only the first author followed by et al. (this is Latin for “and others”).
For example in the text of the essay you would write :
As shown in the model by Krishna et al. (2013).
A more recent model (Krishnaet al.2013) highlights the issues involved.
Citing References within your Essay:
In -text citations
•When listing more than one citation in the text these should be listed in chronological order and separated by a semi-colon.
For example in the text of the essay you would write:
As demonstrated by a number of other studies (Zimmerman et al. 1986; Able et al. 1997; Smith 2010)
•Work with the same first author and date should be coded by letters, e.g. Thompson et al.2011a,b.
Formatting for the Reference List Journal article:
• Author last name, Author initials. (Year of Publication) Article title. Journal Name, volume number, start page-end page.
Boutin, C. & Harper, J.L. (1991) A comparative study of the population dynamics of five species of Veronica in natural habitats. Journal of Ecology, 79, 199-221.
•Author last name, Author initials. (Year of Publication) Book Title, Edition edn., Publisher, Place of Publication.
Pimm, S.L. (1982) Food Webs. Chapman and Hall, London.
Editor last name, Editor initials. (Year of Publication) Book Title, Edition edn., Publisher, Place of Publication. For example:
Dame, R.F. (2012). Ecology of marine bivalves: an ecosystem approach , 2nd edn. Taylor & Francis, London.
Book chapter or section:
Author last name, Author initials. (Year of Publication) Chapter title. Book Title, (eds Editor initials Editor last name), pp. start page-end page. Edition edn., Publisher, Place of Publication.
Sibly, R.M. (1981) Strategies of digestion and defecation. Physiological Ecology (eds C. R. Townsend & P. Calow), pp. 109-139. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford.
More than 6 authors:
If a publication has more than 6 authors, then, within the reference list only write the first 6 author names followed by et al.
Martellos, S., Attorre, F., De Felici, S., Cesaroni, D., Sbordoni, V., Blasi, C. et al. (2011). Plant sciences and the Italian national biodiversity network. Plant Biosystems, 145, 758-761.
As much of the following as possible: Author last name, Author initials. (Year of Publication) Web PageTitle, URL Publisher, Place of Publication.
R Development Core Team (2008). R: A Language and Environment for Statistical Computing, http://www.R-project.org R Foundation for Statistical Computing, Vienna, Austria.
Example Reference List that appears at end of the document
Barton, B.H. & Moran, E. (2013). Measuring diversity on the Supreme Court with biodiversity statistics. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 10, 1-34.
Bhattarai, B.P. (2012). Conservation of biodiversity: an outline of the challenge. Himalayan Biodiversity in the Changing World(ed P. Kindlmann), pp. 41-70. Springer, Dordrecht.
Dame, R.F. (2012).Ecology of marine bivalves: an ecosystem approach, 2nd edn. Taylor & Francis, London.
Drescher, M. & Buse, L.J. (2012). Eliciting expert knowledge of forest succession using an innovative software tool. Expert Knowledge and Its Application in Landscape Ecology(eds A.H. Perera & C.A. Drew), pp. 69-85. Springer,New York, NY.
Krishna, V.V., Drucker, A.G., Pascual, U., Raghu, P.T. & King, E.D.I.O. (2013). Estimating compensation payments for on-farm conservation of agricultural biodiversity in developing countries. Ecological Economics, 87, 110-123.
The American Sociological Association (ASA) Style is intended for use by authors preparing manuscripts for publication in ASA journals. This handout is intended for students who are instructed to use ASA style when writing research papers.
All text (including footnotes & references) must be doubled spaced and in a 12 point, standard font such as Times New Roman.
Margins must be at least 1¼ inches on all four sides.
Attach a separate title page including title of paper, name(s) & institution(s) of authors, a running header, word count for the manuscript (including footnotes and references), and title footnote (includes names, addresses of authors, acknowledgements, credits, and grants).
If required, on a separate page provide a short (150-200 word) abstract headed with the title.
Begin the text of the paper on a separate page headed with the title of the paper.
References follow the text and endnotes in a separate section headed "References."
All references cited in the text must be listed and vice-versa.
Remember: Like all other parts of the manuscript, references should be double-spaced.
List references in alphabetical order by authors’ last names.
Use hanging indention (see examples below).
Invert the author’s name (type the last name first). If there are two or more authors, invert only the first author’s name.
Arrange multiple items by the same author in order by year of publication, earliest year first.
Distinguish works by the same author in the same year by adding letters (e.g. 1993a, 1993b, 1993c).
Use italics for book and periodical titles (underline if italics are not available).
If no date is available use "N.d." in place of the date.
Include the state abbreviation only if the city of publication is not well known (i.e. New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles do not need a state abbreviation). For foreign cities provide the name of the country.
The basic form for a book entry includes…
1. Author’s last name, followed by a comma and author’s first name and middle initial, ending with a period.
2. Year of publication followed by a period.
3. Title of book italicized ending with a period. Follow with edition number if 2nd ed. or later.
4. City of publication (with state abbreviation if it’s not a well-known city), followed by a colon and name of publisher, ending with a period.
Book with One Author
Bergesen, Albert. 2006. The Depth of Shallow Culture: The High Art of Shoes, Movies, Novels, Monsters, and Toys. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.
Book with Two Authors
Mouer, Ross and HirosukeKawanishi. 2005. A Sociology of Work in Japan. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Chapter in Book
Holley, Phillip D. and David E. Wright, Jr. 2006. "A Sociology of Rib Joints." Pp. 46-53 in McDonaldization: The Reader, edited by G. Ritzer. Thousand Oaks, CA: Pine Forge Press.
Book with No Author (List books alphabetically by the first significant word in the title.)
Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary. 2005. 11th ed. Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster.
The basic form for a journal article includes…
Author’s last name, followed by a comma and the first name and middle initial ending with a period.
Year of publication followed by a period.
Title of article in “quotations,” ending with a period inside the closing quotation mark.
Title of journal in italics, no period following.
Volume number followed by issue number in parentheses, followed by a colon, page number(s) and period.
For articles found online, including from a commercial database:
· If the article has a DOI (Digital Object Identifer), add it at the end of the citation: doi:10.0011/0000000X0001100101.
· If the article does not have a DOI, add the date of retrieval and the URL of the site at which you located the article in parentheses, followed by a period: Retrieved [date of retrieval] (www.databasename.com).
Print Journal Article with One Author
Garcia, Alma M. 1998. "An Intellectual Odyssey: Chicana/Chicano Studies Moving Into the Twenty-first Century." Journal of American Ethnic History 18(1):109.
Print Journal Article with Two or More Authors
Exum, William H., Robert J. Menges, Bari Watkins, and Patricia Berglund. 1984. "Making It at the Top: Women and Minority Faculty in the Academic Labor Market." American Behavioral Scientist 27(3):301-324.
Journal Article from a Commercial Database
Brunson, Rod K. and Jody Miller. 2006. “Gender, Race, and Urban Policing: The Experience of African American Youths.” Gender & Society 20(4):531-552. Retrieved October 26, 2010 (http://gas.sagepub.com).
Newspaper & Magazine Articles
The basic form for a newspaper or magazine entry includes…
Author’s last name, followed by a comma and the first name and middle initial, ending with a period.
Year of publication followed by a period.
Title of article in “quotations,” ending with a period inside the closing quotation mark.
Name of newspaper/magazine in italics, followed by a comma.
Month and date of publication followed by a comma.
Page number of article within the publication, designated by “pp.” and ending with a period.
For articles found online, add the date of retrieval and the URL of the site at which you located the article in parentheses, followed by a period: Retrieved [date of retrieval] (www.websitename.com).
Print Magazine Article
Jana, Reena. 2000. "Preventing Culture Clashes - As the IT Workforce Grows More Diverse, Managers Must Improve Awareness Without Creating Inconsistency." InfoWorld, April 24, pp. 95.
Newspaper Article from a Commercial Database
Harris, Gardiner. 2007. "Teenage Birth Rate Rises For First Time Since ' 91." New York Times, December 6, pp. 26. Retrieved August 28, 2010 (http://proquest.umi.com).
Journal Article from a Commercial Database [Article has DOI]
Sweeten, Gary, Shawn D. Bushway, and Raymond Paternoster. 2009. “Does Dropping Out of School Mean Dropping Into Delinquency?” Criminology 47(1):47-91. doi:10.1111/j.1745-9125.2009.00139.x.
Journal Article from a Commercial Database [Article does not have DOI]
Menon, Nivedita. 2009. “Sexuality, Caste, Governmentality: Contests Over ' Gender' in India” Feminist Review 91:94-112. Retrieved November 2, 2010 (http://proquest.umi.com).
Information Posted on a Web Site
Spalter-Roth, Roberta and William Erskine. 2007. “Race and Ethnicity in the Sociology Pipeline.” Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. Retrieved January 9, 2008 (http://www.asanet.org/galleries/default-file/Minorities_Career_Pipeline.pdf).
Web-Based Journal Article
Smith, Herman W. and Takako Nomi. 2000. "Is Amae the Key to Understanding Japanese Culture?" Electronic Journal of Sociology 5:1. Retrieved May 5, 2009 (http://www.sociology.org/content/vol005.001/smith-nomi.html).
Web Version of Newspaper
Blank, Rebecca M. 2008. “How We Measure Poverty.” Los Angeles Times, September 15. Retrieved January 7, 2009 (http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/sunday/ commentary/la-oe-blank15-2008sep15,0,7811609.story).
U.S. Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation. 2009. “Offenders” Hate Crime Statistics, 2008. Washington, DC: Criminal Justice Information Services Division Retrieved September 14, 2010 (http://www2.fbi.gov/ucr/hc2008/offenders.html).
Dissertations & Theses
Valencia, Albert. 1995. "An Examination of Selected Characteristics of Mexican-American Battered Women and Implications for Service Providers." Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, University of the Pacific. Retrieved from ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Database, 741159811.