Many style manuals provide guidance on formatting maps that are used as illustrations in a paper or publication, but they may not be clear about the specifics of citing maps that are used as sources.
- Assistance in citing cartographic materials of all formats. Provides general instructions and examples in Chicago style. The most thorough citation guide to the spectrum of cartographic works available. Items covered include not just standalone print maps, but maps printed in periodicals and books, cross sections, facsimiles, relief models, globes, and aerial photographs. Section on electronic spatial data includes entries for GIS data, real-time online maps, and interactive online maps.
- Rules of thumb for citing paper and electronic maps in Chicago/Turabian style. Sample citations for many types of maps, and diagrams labelling the elements in each sample citation. Mainly adapted from Cartographic Citations: A Style Guide.
- Handy table listing elements to be included in citation for various types of maps, with example for each type. Format is adapted from Cartographic Citations: A Style Guide, which follows Chicago style.
- Format and sample citation for various types of maps. Format is adapted from Cartographic Citations: A Style Guide, which follows Chicago style.
- Printable, two-page handout listing several map formats and providing a general description and a sample citation for each. Format is adapted from Cartographic Citations: A Style Guide, which follows Chicago style. PDF format requires Adobe Reader.
- Examples of how to cite digital geographic data used in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), image processing systems, and other modelling software.The style being followed is not indicated.