- Article in a Scholarly Journal (Print and Online)
- Article in a Scholarly Journal (Online Only)
- Magazine Article
- Newspaper Article
- Article Reprinted in a Course Pack
- Abbreviate significant words in a journal title and omit other words such as articles and prepositions; capitalize all abbreviated words. Sources for abbreviated titles include List of Journals Indexed for MEDLINE published by the National Library of Medicine and BIOSIS Serial Sources by Biological Abstracts. If the journal title consists of one word, then no abbreviation is necessary e.g. Oikos.
- When there are 2 to 10 authors, list them all, including the 10th author. If there are more than 10 authors, list the first 10 followed by et al.
- include date of update and a date of access in square brackets, as well as the date of publication,
- when the extent of the work is absent, estimate the page numbers, and
- use notes to provide the URL or other electronic address.
Ivanova M, De Cupere B, Ethier J, Marinova E. 2018. Pioneer farming in southeast Europe during the early sixth millennium BC: Climate-related adaptations in the exploitation of plants and animals. PloS ONE. [date updated 2018 May 18; accessed 2018 May 29];13(5): e0197225. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.
The Council of Science Editors (CSE) Manual does not contain an example of how to use a magazine as a reference source; the example below serves as a reasonable, logical deduction based on the guidelines for formatting.
Scott JC. c1995. State Simplifications: Nature, Space, and People. In: Stinson J, professor. ERSC 3160: Community-based natural resource management [course pack]. Peterborough (ON): Canadian Scholar's Press. p. 165-186. Reprinted from J Pol Phil. 3(3):191-233.