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Make/Create AGU's style bibliographystyle

I'd like to make/create a bibliography style similar to AGU journals' style, which looks like this: In the main text: Recent studies have shown similar results [Smith et al. 2001; Christensen et al. ...
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Getting a Harvard-style list of references using Biblatex

I've been dabbling with biblatex because I'm using TeXpad on the iPad. I have managed, I think, except for one thing: the final references are all numbered in the sequence they were used rather than ...
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BibTeX: .bst Style is Applied on Bibliography, but not on The Citations

I'm not a very experienced LaTeX used. What I Created: a .tex file using LyX a .bib bibliography using JabRef also my own suitable .bst style for BibTeX using custom-bib's makebst pdflatex's ...
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Harvard Citation Styles “et al.” and hyperlinking citations to references

I am using the Harvard package and a Journal of Finance bst file (downloaded from the home page of Ivo Welch) in a LaTeX document. Here's my code: \documentclass{report} \usepackage{harvard} ...
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\citeasnoun produces too many names

I'm using \citeasnoun from the harvard package with the econometrica bibstyle. My problem is that one of my citation has lots of authors so I'd like it to only show Name et al. (200x). I have not ...
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Modifying natbib \citep

I need to use a "modified Harvard" citation style for one of my papers, in which the citation should look like (Jones, 1990:99) where the author is Jones, the year is 1990 and the page is 99. ...
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Citation with Harvard as an argument throws error

I'm trying to include the source citation everytime I use an image in my thesis. I have a self-written command to ease that process (code at the end of the post): \bild[citation]{label for ...
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Problem organising Harvard bibliography

Please help! My thesis bibliography is formatted in a modified Harvard-esque style (natbib). My examiners have requested that multiple papers by the same first author are cited in date order, but I ...
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harvard - modify \possessivecite

I am writing reports in norwegian, and I would like to modify the \possessivecite command of the harvard package to automatically add the possessive ' (just an apostrophe) in citations when the ...
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Why do hyperref and harvard not work together properly?

In my current work, I cannot seem to get the packages harvard and hyperref to work together properly. A small example: \documentclass[12pt,a4paper]{scrreprt} \usepackage[utf8x]{inputenc} ...