Bibliography of Australian Mangroves and Saltmarshes

See below the table for formatting recommendations

Formatting recommendations

To help maintain consistency, we've provided the following guidelines for formatting references:

For books use: Author/s (Year). Title. Publisher, Place. E.g.

Duke, N.C. (2006). Australia's Mangroves. The authoritative guide to Australia's mangrove plants. University of Queensland, Brisbane.

For journal articles use: Author/s (Year). Article Title. Journal Title. Volume: Page range. E.g.

Alongi, D.M., Clough, B.F. and Robertson, A.I. (2005). Nutrient-use efficiency in arid-zone forests of the mangroves Rhizophora stylosa and Avicennia marina. Aquatic Botany 82: 121-131. Available online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aquabot.2005.04.005

If a copy of the reference or abstract is available online please add a link, such as: 'Available/abstract available online: web address'

For web pages, include the author and the date of publication/last update, the name of the web page and the publisher, followed by the url and date accessed. E.g.

van Keulen, M. (2005). The Western Australian Mangrove Page. Murdoch University, Western Australia. Available at: http://www.bsb.murdoch.edu.au/groups/mangrove/ [Accessed: June 2010]

Some web pages will have a preferred method of citation (often on an 'about', 'help' or 'citation' page), which you should give preference over what is recommended here.

How to add a bibliography to your wiki page (Updated for semantic links)

Each footnote reference is described in a bibliography wiki topic and linked from the topic text using a cite semantic link
[[SemanticLink::BibliographyKey]]
, e.g.
[[Cite::Duke_2006]]
.

Once the semantic links are added to the topic text Duke_2006, Duke_2006b a list of the references used in the topic will be displayed in the topic footer.

Bibliography

  1. Duke, N.C. (2006). Australia's Mangroves. The authoritative guide to Australia's mangrove plants. University of Queensland, Brisbane.
  2. Duke, N.C. (2006). Indo-West Pacific stilt mangroves: Rhizophora apiculata, R. mucronata, R. stylosa, R. X annamalai, R. X lamarckii. Pages 641-660 in C.R. Elevitch (ed.) Traditional Trees of Pacific Islands: Their Culture, Environment, and Use. Permanent Agriculture Resources (PAR), Holualoa, Hawaii. Available online: http://www.traditionaltree.org/

Rendering of the cite link
[[Cite::Duke_2006]]
with the topic text can be formatted using the Cite? template topic.
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