ഫലകം:Cite anss/doc

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Creates a full citation (similar to those created with {{cite web}}) for citing specific events in the USGS ANSS (Advanced National Seismic System) Comprehensive Catalog (ComCat) of earthquakes and other seismic events. An article should have one full citation to each ANSS event. The full citations can be located in a note (using the <ref>...</ref> tags), or collected in a separate "Sources" or "References" section. For in-line citation of data or material from ANSS use the {{short-anss}} template to create short-cites that link to the full citation. The full citation will have a link to the specific ComCat event page. ComCat can be accessed at https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/.

Usage[തിരുത്തുക]

  • {{ Cite anss | <place*> | <year*> | <url*> | <title> | access-date=<access-date> | mode=cs2 }}
A place name and year are required, and should correspond with the place name and year used with short-anss for the short-cite. To cite multiple events in the same place and year suffix a letter to the year. E.g.: 2017a, 2017b.
A url to the ComCat event page is required. Alternately, if the part of the url following "eventpage/" (see example, below) is given, the rest will be prefixed automatically.
The optional title is for the ComCat event page title, typically something like "M 6.9 — 1km W of Day Valley, California". This will be displayed prefixed with the year and place: "1989 Loma Prieta: ...". If not given, the default is just the year and place. This can be overridden by using |title=.
An access-date ("accessdate", "as-of") can be provided to indicate the concurrency of the data. However, as the event page has disparate elements from different sources that may be updated separately, it is better to supply the access-date in the short-cite that supports the specific material.
The default style is cs1. For cs2 style add |mode=cs2. Unlike other "cite" templates, this template does not automatically add a terminal period; add terminal punctuation (or other information) as appropriate.

The {{short-anss}} template can be used in-line to link specific attributions of material to the proper USGS-ANSS full citation.

Examples:

ANSS. "San Francisco 1906". Comprehensive Catalog. U.S. Geological Survey.
  • {{cite anss|San Francisco|1906|official19060418131226300_12|mode=cs2}}. →
ANSS, "San Francisco 1906", Comprehensive Catalog, U.S. Geological SurveyCS1 maint: postscript (link).
  • {{cite anss|Chiapas, Mexico|2017|us2000ahv0}}. →
ANSS. "Chiapas, Mexico 2017". Comprehensive Catalog. U.S. Geological Survey.

Material in the text is linked to the full citation using in-line short-cites created with {{short-anss}}: ANSS: San Francisco 1906: ANSS: Kanto 1923; ANSS: Loma Prieta 1989 ; ANSS: Chiapas, Mexico 2017.

ANSS/ComCat[തിരുത്തുക]

The USGS ANSS (Advanced National Seismic System) Comprehensive Catalog (ComCat) is the authoritative and preferred source for near-realtime information about earthquakes and other seismic events (such as nuclear weapons tests) of magnitude 5.0 or greater anywhere in the world. ANSS is focused on providing accurate and timely information about seismic events. Initial reports with a first-order approximation of location and magnitude are typically available within 10 to 30 minutes. Though these are revised days, weeks, and months later as more information is obtained, they are deemed to be preliminary. The definite and scientifically most authoritative determination of earthquake magnitude and location is from the International Seismological Centre, generally published about two years after the event. When the ISC magnitude of an event becomes available any magnitudes from ComCat (or anywhere else) should revised and re-cited to the ISC. See Template:EQ-isc-link and Template:cite isc for more information.

Articles using this template are tracked here, and here if an error has been detected.

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