The AP Stylebook is a writing style manual for journalists, providing guidance on usage, spelling, punctuation, pronunciation, and other writing topics. NOTE: This online version allows 10 users at a time. If you are denied access, please wait and try again.
Citing legal resources can be very tricky! Although not identical to The Bluebook, this resource will help you understand how to cite legal citations correctly. From the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School.
A guide to legal citations according to the 20th ed. of The Bluebook. Covers a number of topics, including a helpful "Weird Bluebook Rules" section! From the University of Hawaii School of Law Library.
Instructions on how to format manuscripts for publications like Ecology. The format for citing journal articles looks like this:
Lastname, A. B., C. D. Lastname, and E. F. Lastname. YYYY. Title of article: capitalize
only first word of title and proper nouns. Journal Name 11: 22-33.
The citation format of the Journal of Wildlife Management is often used in the environmental sciences. This link should open the PDF document at page 49 (how to cite journals). Appendix B: Literature Cited begins on page 46.
A tool, not a style guide. This PubMed service helps convert journal abbreviations to full title names--and vice versa. Enter either one in the search box and click "Go." Useful for identifying obscure, abbreviated titles found in a citation.