Terrestrial Ecology – How To Cite

Citing Terrestrial Ecology Dataset

Cite datasets in publications such as journal papers, articles, presentations, posters, and websites. Please send copies of, or links to, published works citing data, imagery, or tools accessed through ASF to uso@asf.alaska.edu with “New Publication” on subject line.

Also see ALOS PALSAR Terms and Conditions and How to Cite ALOS-1 PALSAR data.

Format Example
Dataset: SAR Subsets for Selected Field Sites, ASF DAAC, ORNL DAAC, 2010. Retrieved from] ASF DAAC [day month year of data access]. Includes Material © JAXA/METI [year of data acquisition]. Dataset: SAR Subsets for Selected Field Sites, ASF DAAC, ORNL DAAC, 2010. Retrieved from ASF DAAC 11 June 2015. Includes Material © JAXA/METI 2007.

Crediting Terrestrial Ecology Imagery

Include credit with each image shown in publications such as journal papers, articles, presentations, posters, and websites.

Format Example
[creator credit, year created]; Includes Material © JAXA/METI [year of data acquisition]. ASF DAAC, ORNL DAAC 2010; Includes Material © JAXA/METI 2007.

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