The biblatex-chicago package implements the citation style of the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition. In this example, the notes option causes biblatex's autocite command to put citations in footnotes. The package can also produce inline author-year citations in the Chicago style. See the package documentation for more information.
Abstract: Studying the impacts of climate change requires looking at a multitude of variables across a broad range of sectors [1,2]. Information on the variables involved is often unevenly available or offers different uncertainties [3,4], and a lack of uniform terminology and methods further complicates the process of analysis, resulting in communication gaps when research enterprises span different sectors. For example, models designed by experts in one given discipline might assume conventions in language or oversimplify cross-disciplinary links in a way that is unfamiliar for scientists in another discipline. Geospatial Semantic Array Programming (GeoSemAP) offers the potential to move toward overcoming these challenges by promoting a uniform approach to data collection and sharing . The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission has been exploring the use of geospatial semantics through a module in the PESETA II project (Projection of economic impacts of climate change in sectors of the European Union based on bottom-up analysis).
A MNRAS template and structure to help get you started
MN2e.cls: Copyright (C) Blackwell Science 2001
Note: An updated template for the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society is now available here.
The minted package provides automatic syntax highlighting for source code listings. It uses the excellent pygments highlighter, which provides very high quality highlighting for a wide range of languages.
This example also shows how you can use minted to typeset LaTeX math embedded in your source code.
LaTeX Template: Curriculum Vitae
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referal to HowToTeX.com.
Date: July 2011
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