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Environmental Conservation Technology Guide: Citing and Writing

Use this guide to find the best sources of information from library materials, article databases and web sources. Categories are Ecology, Wetlands/Watersheds, Fish, Plants, Invertebrates/Vertebrates, and Wildlife.

Remember the Library

Remember librarians are available and ready to help with your research and answer any questions you may have on citing or writing. 

Where to Go for Writing Help

Once you have all your information it is time to start writing.

Help is available from the following sources:

      The Purdue OWL is the best place to find help with MLA (the Modern Language Assoc.) and/or APA (the American Psychological Assoc.) formats for writing papers and citing sources. 

      Some instructions ask that students use the Chicago Style of citing and writing and this link provides help.

      This link has the citation style for the Council of Science Editors, just click on the Sciences.

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