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Geology 203: Earth's Surface. Fall 2018

GSA Citation Style

You will use the Geological Society of America (GSA) citation style for your papers. Here are some examples:

The basic GSA format is
Author, A.A., Author, B.B., and Author, C.C., Year, Article title: Journal title, v. #, p. ##-##, doi: 10.####/####
More specific examples for a:

Allmendinger, R.W., Cardozo, N., and Fisher, D., 2011, Structural Geology Algorithms: Vectors and Tensors in Structural Geology: New York, Cambridge University Press, 304 p. 

Chapter in Book
Elburg, M.A., Smet, I., and De Pelsmaeker, E., 2014, Influence of source materials and fractionating assemblage on magmatism along the Aegean Arc, and implications for crustal growth, in Gómez-Tuena, A., Straub, S.M., and Zellmer, G.F., eds., Orogenic Andesites and Crustal Growth: Geological Society, London, Special Publication 385, p. 137–160, doi:10.1144/SP385.1. Sawyer, D.S., Buffler, R.T., 

Journal Article
Brown, J.R., Beroza, G.C., Ide, S., Ohta, K., and Shelly, D.R., 2009, Deep low-frequency earthquakes in tremor localize to the plate interface in multiple subduction zones: Geophysical Research Letters, v. 36, L19306, doi:10.1029/2009GL040027. 

This Library Guide from College of the Mainland has much more information about citing various resources. 

A complete description of the GSA style with examples is here. 

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