[OS X TeX] Looking for a bibtex style

Alan Litchfield alan at alphabyte.co.nz
Tue Jun 28 13:45:22 CEST 2016

Hi all,

Anyone recognise this as a possible bibtex style?

Journal references:
[1] Author's last name, initials. "Title," Journal Name (italicized) 
volume: issue (enclosed in parentheses), year, page numbers(s).

Book references must follow the format:
[1] Author's last name, initials. Book Title (italicized), publisher, 
city, state, year, page number(s).

Proceedings references must follow the format:
[1] Author's last name, initials. "Title," name of proceedings, 
conference city, state: conference date, page number(s).

It is similar to natbib in plainnat, numbered, and reference list sorted 
in alphabetical order by author name. However in this style, page 
numbers are listed before the year. Perhaps there is a way to switch 
these around, say in plainnat.bst?


Dr Alan Litchfield
PO Box 1941
Auckland, New Zealand 1140

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