Springs Fever: A Field & Recreation Guide to 500 Florida Springs.
2nd Edition by Joe Follman and Richard Buchanan

How to Properly Cite Information from this Web Site

The information on this web site is available to all for non-commercial purposes.  As with all published documents and electronic information, however, standard citation rules apply.  Any information (text, photos, etc.) used in papers, publications, other printed material, web sites, or other electronic communication must be cited fully and properly.  Based on APA style, the basic citation would be as follows:

            Follman, J., and Buchanan, R. (n.d.).  Springs Fever:  A Field and Recreation Guide to Florida Springs.  Retrieved Month Date, Year (date you cited material from the web site) from http://fn1.tfn.net/springs/ (note:  this is the main address--give the precise address from the section/portion cited)
The authors continue to update the site, so there is no "publication" date.

If the citation is itself a quote or reference within the web site (such as one of the references on the above list), then the full original reference should be cted as found in the Springs Fever web site, along with the Springs Fever full reference.  For example:

          Thompson, F. G., 2000.  A Biodiversity Inventory of the Freshwater Snail Fauna of Holmes Creek, Florida.  Gainesville, FL:  Florida Museum of Natural History.  As found in Follman, J. M., and Buchanan, R. (n.d.).  Springs Fever:  A Field and Recreation Guide to Florida Springs.  Retrieved Month Date, Year (date you cited material from the web site) from http://fn1.tfn.net/springs/ (note:  this is the main address--give the precise address from the section/portion cited)
The information on this web site is the property of the authors.  Anyone seeking to make commercial use of this information must receive advance permission from the authors.  Contact Joe Follman at joefollman@gmail.com.