Referencing ScARF

Here are some examples of how to reference ScARF in any piece of writing. If you have any queries please email the ScARF team: scarf@socantscot.org


For the moment, each of the nine panel report pdfs have been given a shortened URL link to facilitate easier typing into browsers. Feel free to use these instead of the full URL.

Panel Report Version 1 (June 2012) Version 2 (September 2012)
Palaeolithic & Mesolithic http://tinyurl.com/d86dgfq unchanged since June 2012
Neolithic http://tinyurl.com/d73xkvn current version available on the main download page
Bronze Age http://tinyurl.com/clxgf5s current version available on the main download page
Iron Age http://tinyurl.com/cx4nlt8 current version available on the main download page
Roman http://tinyurl.com/d24fbpr unchanged since June 2012
Medieval http://tinyurl.com/bogzn5w current version available on the main download page
Modern http://tinyurl.com/cf3hm6m current version available on the main download page
Marine & Maritime http://tinyurl.com/c5d7txv current version available on the main download page
Science http://tinyurl.com/d967gsz unchanged since June 2012
     

Referencing a whole report: If the reference is to the whole report in general then:

ScARF year panel editor name(s) (eds) panel title Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Available online at <address here>

ScARF 2012 Saville, A and Wickham-Jones, C (eds) Palaeolithic & Mesolithic Panel Report, Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Available online at <http://tinyurl.com/d86dgfq>

Referencing sections: If the reference is to a section in report, not the whole text:

ScARF year 'section name' in panel editor name(s) (eds) panel title Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. Available online at <address here>

ScARF 2012 ‘Fauna’ in Saville, A and Wickham-Jones, C (eds) Palaeolithic & Mesolithic Panel Report. Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, p 34-38. Available online at < http://tinyurl.com/d86dgfq>

Referencing the wiki website: If the reference is to content on the website:

ScARF year section title Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland <address here> Accessed on date

ScARF 2012 Evidence for Woodland Resource Management in the 1st Millennia Scottish Archaeological Research Framework: Society of Antiquaries of Scotland <http://www.scottishheritagehub.com/content/evidence-woodland-resource-management-1st-millennium-ad> Accessed on 24/07/2012