Resources - BC/CU Senior Seminar

Note: not all references are consistent with our 'how to do references' recommendation

  1. University of Chicago Press (1993) The Chicago Manual of Style. 14th ed. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
  2. Council of Biology Editors (1983) CBE Style Manual. Council of Biological Editors, Bethesda, MD
  3. Council of Biology Editors (1986) Scientific Writing for Graduate Students. A Manual on the Teaching of Scientific Writing. Council of Biological Editors, Bethesda, MD.
  4. Day, R. A. (1983) How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper. ISI Press, Philadelphia, PA
  5. Eschmeyer, P. H. (1990) Usage and style in fishery manuscripts. Writing for Fishery Journals, American Fishery Society. pp. ?
  6. Fowler, H. W. (1965) A Dictionary of Modern English Usage. 2nd ed. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  7. Fowler, N. (1990) The 10 most common statistical errors. Ecological Society of America Bulletin 71: 161-164.
  8. Gaughler, R. and D. W. Freckman (1990) A program officer's guide to effective grantsmanship. American Entomologist 38: 208-212.
  9. Gopen, G. D. and J. A. Swan (1990) The science of scientific writing. American Scientist 550-558.
  10. Gowers, E. (1973) The Complete Plain Words. Penguin Books, Baltimore.
  11. Harnack, A and E. Kleppinger (1997) Online! A Reference Guide to Using Internet Sources. St. Martin's Press, New York.
  12. Huey, R. B. (1987) Reply to Stearns: some acynical advice for graduate students. ESA Bulletin 68: 150-153
  13. Huth, E. J. (1982) How to Write and Publish Papers in the Medical Sciences. ISI Press, Philadelphia.
  14. Kane, T. S. and L. J. Peters (1980) Writing Prose: Techniques and Purposes. 5th ed. Oxford University Press, New York.
  15. Katz, M. J. (1986) Elements of the Scientific Paper. Yale University Press, New Haven, CT.
  16. Lanyon, S. M. (1995) How to design a dissertation project. BioScience 45: 40-42.
  17. Lunsford, A. and R Connors (1997) Easy Writer. A pocket guide. St. Martin's Press, New York.
  18. Macgregor, A. J. (1979) Graphics Simplified: How to Plan and Prepare Effective Charts, Graphs, Illustrations and other Visual Aids. University of Toronto Press, Toronto.
  19. Mack, R. N. (1986) Writing with precision, clarity, and economy. Ecological Society of America Bulletin 67: 31-35.
  20. McMillan, V. E. (1997) Writing Papers in the Biological Sciences. Bedford Press, Boston.
  21. O'Connor, M. and F. P. Woodford (1978) Writing Scientific Papers in English. Pitman Press, London.
  22. Partridge, E. (1976) Usage and Abusage. Penguin Books, Baltimore.
  23. Quiller-Couch, A. (1961) The Art of Writing. Folcroft Library, Folcroft, PA.
  24. Simmons, D. (ed.) (1980) Charts and Graphs: Guidelines for the Visual Presentation of Data in the Life Sciences. MTP Press, Baltimore.
  25. Smith, R. V. (1984) Graduate Research - A Guide for Students in the Sciences. ISI Press, Philadelphia, PA
  26. Stearns, S. C. (1987) Some modest advice for graduate students. Ecological Society of America Bulletin 68: 145-150.
  27. Strunk, W., Jr. and E. B. White (1979) The Elements of Style. Macmillan, New York.
  28. 28. Tichy, H. J. (1966) Effective Writing for Engineers, Managers, Scientists. John Wiley and Sons, New York.
  29. Trelease, S. F. (1969) How to Write Scientific and Technical Paper. MIT Press, Cambridge.
  30. Turabian, K. L. (1973) A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses and Dissertations. 4th ed. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.
  31. Waser, N. M., M. V. Price, & R. K. Grosberg (1992) Writing an effective manuscript review. BioScience 42: 621-623
  32. Zinsser, W. (1980) On Writing Well. 2nd ed. Harper and Row, New York.