Did you know?
- That “Web” as in “Web page” is capitalized?
- That “chapter 5″ and “section 3.2″ are generally not capitalized, but “Figure 9″ and “Table 1″ are?
- That Microsoft Word flags “a climatology” and “a cloud” as grammatically incorrect? [I don’t know why. Does anyone out there?]
- That “native English–speaking colleague” uses an en dash, but “English-speaking colleague” uses a hyphen?
- That the citation for a direct quotation should appear inside the quote marks: “…without regard to race, gender, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the author(s) (American Geophysical Union 2006).”
- That there is a space between the temperature and the Kelvin unit (K), as in “273 K”, but no space between the temperature and the degrees C (or F) symbol, as in “0.6°C”.