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Write it Right - A guide to Harvard referencing style

Journal articles - one or more authors

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As Fisher (2018, p. 529) explains, ‘the production of wind energy requires the building of wind turbines and thus engages planning law’. 

Fisher, E. (2018) Law and energy transitions: wind turbines and planning law in the UK, Oxford Journal of Legal Studies, 38(3), pp. 528-556.

Author(s) name, initial(s). (year of publication) Title of article, Title of Journal, Volume(Issue number), [or] (date/month of publication) [in the absence of volume and issue], page number(s).

Journal articles - no author

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Making engine oils carbon neutral will help lorry drivers to reduce their carbon footprint (Fleet Transport, 2021).

Fleet Transport (2021) Shell Rimula heavy duty diesel engine oils are carbon neutral, (March/April), p. 49.

Title of Journal (year of publication) Title of article, Volume(Issue number), [or] (date/month of publication) [in the absence of volume and issue], page number(s).

Magazine

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One Australian based expert claims that ‘hydrogen technology can provide continuous carbon-free heat’ (Horvath, 2021, p. 35). 

Horvath, A. (2021) Why hydrogen is the better battery, Energy Magazine, 3(13), pp. 34-35. 

Author(s) name, initial(s). (year of publication) Title of article, Title of Magazine, Volume(Issue number), [or] (date/month of publication) [in the absence of volume and issue], page number(s).

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