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Harvard Citation Style: Theses

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Citing Theses

Theses can come in a number for formats, they can be published, unpublished or retreived from a database. The principles when citing a thesis are similar to those employed when citing a book.

Citing Theses: Examples

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Thesis: Unpublished (Hos 2005) Hos, JP 2005, Mechanochemically synthesized nanomaterials for intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cell membranes. Ph.D thesis, University of Western Australia.
Thesis: Published (May 2007) May, B 2007, A survey of radial velocities in the zodiacal dust cloud. Bristol UK, Canopus Publishing.
Thesis: Retrieved From a database (Baril 2006) Baril, M 2006, A distributed conceptual model for stream salinity generation processes: a systematic data-based approach. WU2006.0058. Available from: Australasian Digital Theses Program. [12 August 2008].

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