ASCE style guides

ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) style guides

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Here are some examples of the ASCE style:

Book: Wearstler, K., and Bogart, J. (2004). Modern glamour. Regan Books, New York.
Journal: Johnston, L. (2014). 'HOW AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH EXPANDED THE CLIMATE CHANGE DIALOGUE AND REIGNITED AN ETHICAL PURPOSE IN THE UNITED STATES'. 1 - 160.
Website: Teachengineering.org,. (2014). 'Naturally Disastrous - Lesson - www.TeachEngineering.org'. <http://www.teachengineering.org/view_lesson.php?url=collection/cub_/lessons/cub_natdis/cub_natdis_lesson01.xml> (Jun. 15, 2014).
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