1. References should be cited in the
text using the family name of the author(s) and the year of
publication. If two or more authors are cited within single
parentheses, they should be listed chronologically.
…...the mixing property (Guggenheim, 1952)
is treated .....
…...according to Prigogine and Defay (1954), …...
……Margules et al. (1895) provided …...
References cited in the text
should be listed in full and in alphabetical order at the end of the
However, chronological order takes
precedence over alphabetical order when referring to multiauthored
Journal names should be written in full.
2. References should be formatted as
illustrated in the following examples:
Reference is up to five authors:
Author, A., Author, B., Author, C., Author, D. and Author, E. (2016)
Tittle of the paper, Journal name, Volume, Pages.
there are six or more authors, the first four authors are listed
followed by et al.
Author, A., Author, B., Author, C., Author, D., et al. (2019) Title of the paper, Journal name, Volume, Pages.
McIntire, W.L. (1963) Trace element partition Coefficients-
a review of theory and application to geology. Geochimica
et Cosmochimica Acta, 27, 1209-1264.
W.A. (1969) Crystal structure and cation ordering of
Mineralogist, 54, 710-717.
Deer, W.A., Howie, R.A. and Zussman, J. (1978) Rock
minerals. 2A, Single chain silicates. pp.668,
Chapter in a book:
Whittaker, E.J.W. (1977) Determination
occupancies. In Thermodynamics in geology (Fraser,D.G.
410, D. Reidel publishing Co. Dordrecht, 99-113.
Bonazzi, P and Menchetti,
S. (2004) Manganese in monoclinic
members of the epidote group: Piemonite and related
minerals. In Epidotes (Liebscher, A. and Franz, G. Eds.).
pp. 628, Reviews in Mineralogy and
Geochemistry , 56,
Mineralogical Society of America, Washington,
Authors should cite only the types of
references listed above. If authors need to cite other types of
references, follow the examples below:
Folle, S. and
Beutel, T. (2000) Overview of salt occurrence
the Persian Gulf and Red Sea Region.
of the 8th World Salt Symposium
(Geertmann, R. Ed.), 1. Elsevier, Amsterdam,
Eriksson, K.A., Kaufman, A.J., Karhu, J.A.
and Beukes, N.J. (1999) Paleoproterozoic
biogeochemical events and ice ages. Abstracts with
Programs of Geological Society of America Annual
Meeting, 31, the
Geological Society of America,
Boulder, CO, A-487.
(1992) EQ3NR, a computer program for
calculations: Theoretical manual,user’s guide, and
documentation (version 7.0), UCRL-MA-
110662, pp.246, Lawrence
Tripathi, V.S. (1983) Uranium (VI) transport modelling:
Geochemical data and submodels. pp.297, Ph.D.
thesis, Stanford University, Palo Alto,