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RMOT 496: Resource Management and Aboriginal Rights: Citing References

aboriginal rights, first nations, "indians of north america", indigenous, fishing, hunting, Canadian law, case law, treaties, fishing practices, hunting practices

Citing References in the Sciences

The CSE Style Guide (Council of Science Editors), also called the Scientific Style and Format guide, is one of the main style guides used when citing resources in a research paper for many of the natural sciences.  (It was formerly called the CBE style or manual.)

Other Citation References

The complete CSE print guide is located in the VIU Library:

Scientific style and format: the CSE manual for authors, editors, and publishers. (Council of Science Editors), 2006,  7th edition.   Call Number   T 11 S386 2006  (Stacks – 4th floor)


The following links go to brief online guides for the CSE style (8th ed.):

Citing Legal References - Canada

The following resource is available in print format in the VIU Library:

Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation, 2010. 7th edition.

Call Number   KE 259 C35 2010    Stacks