|| Remember that whenever you refer diectly to the work of other individuals, or to their
ideas or point of view, you must cite the source in which such work, ideas, or point of view
was published. This is done by giving the author, and year of publication of the source
article in the text, enclosed by parentheses. The full citation for the publication is
given in the Bibliography of the report. To illustrate how this is done, two sample
sentences citing the work of others, and based on the articles cited on the
Bibliography page are given below:
"Friedman & Chamberlain (1995) argue that the middle Devonian pelecypod, Archanodon
catskillensis, opportunistically exploited nutrient-rich riverine environments
associated with the first terrestrial forests in North America."
Nautilus, the only modern shell-bearing cephalopod, generates propulsive power by
means of periodic contractions of its paired cephalic retractor muscles (Chamberlain, 1987).