Ecology Style is a citation style used by the academic journal Ecology from the Ecological Society of America.
When you reference another source use an in-text citation in the body of your paper.
(Author's Last Name(s) Year).
You only need the author's last name and the year in parentheses.
Connect both authors' last names with and, and include the year in parentheses.
(Hoepner and Fobert 2022)
Use the first author's last name and et al., and include the year in parentheses.
(Mukai et al. 2022)
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Harville, E. W., G. Giarratano, J. Savage, V. Barcelona de Mendoza, and T. Zotkiewicz. 2015. Birth outcomes in a disaster recovery environment: New Orleans women after Katrina. Maternal and Child Health Journal 19: 2512–2522. [doi: 10.1007/s10995-015-1772-4].
David, E., and E. P. Enarson. 2012. The women of Katrina: how gender, race, and class matter in an American disaster. Vanderbilt University Press, Nashville, TN, USA.
Regenstein, L. G., and W. A. Atkins. 2019. Love canal. Pages 585-589 in J. L. Longe, editor. The gale encyclopedia of environmental health. Second edition, volume one. Gale, Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA.