Main government agency that released article. (Date of original source). Article title. URL article retrieved from. Retrieved [month day, year] from [source] database ([name of database]).
U.S. Geological Survey. (February 17, 2004). Stream Ecosystems-New Studies Initiated by the U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved from http://water.usgs.gov/pubs/FS/fs-016- 03/pdf/fs- 016-03.pdf. Retrieved Feb. 25, 2003 from SIRS Knowledge Source database (SIRS Government Reporter).
Graphics & Media
Artist or Copyright Holder. (year, month day of first publication). Title. [[Media type.]] Original Publication. Retrieved [month day, year], from [service] database ([database]).
Lon Tweeten. (2001, October 22). The Next Wave: Ground War in Afghanistan. [Graphic]. Time Magazine. Retrieved February 25, 2004, from SIRS Researcher database (ProQuest LLC).
Name of Specific Document. (Date of online publication, Year, Month Day). Location of Sponsoring Organization: Name of Sponsoring Organization. Retrieved (date of retrieval, Month Day, Year) from World Wide Web: URL of page beginning with http:// [note: do not add closing punctuation as this may affect retrieval]
NMHA News Release. (2000, June 15). Alexandria, VA: National Mental Health Association. Retrieved February 25, 2004 from World Wide Web: http://www.nmha.org/newsroom/system/news.vw.cfm?do=vw&rid=212
To cite an entire Web site (but not a specific document on the site), it's sufficient to give the address of the site in the text. No reference entry is needed. For example: Mental Health InfoSource provides quality mental health information for the professional as well as the layperson (http://www.mhsource.com/).
Name of Specific Document. Location of Sponsoring Organization: Name of Sponsoring Organization. Retrieved (date of retrieval, Month Day, Year) from World Wide Web: URL of page beginning with http:// [note: do not add closing punctuation as this may affect retrieval]
Leading Issues: Capital Punishment Pro/Con. Boca Raton: ProQuest LLC. Retrieved February 28, 2006 from World Wide Web: http://sks.sirs.com
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