The Chicago Manual of Style is often best known for the use of footnotes or endnotes, but the use of the author-date system or in-text citations is often used used by those in the physical, natural, and social sciences.
The author-date/in-text citation style may also be known as Turabian.
An example of Author-Date/In-Text Citations would be within a sentence in your paper/report - i.e. (Jones 2013, 23) - (Author surname Date published, Page number)
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