Due to limitations with cross referenced citations in reStructuredText (e.g., commas and spaces are not supported), citations are cross referenced using a 6 digit notation *.
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Cross reference labels begins with 4 letters:
If the citation has one author, the first 4 letters of name are used
If the citation has two authors, the first 2 letters of author 1 and first 2 letters of author 2 are used
If the citation has three authors, the first 2 letters of author 1, first letter of author 2, and first letter of author 3 are used
If the citation has four authors, the first letter of each author is used
If the citation has more than four authors, the first letter of first four authors is used
Exceptions are made for American Lifelines Alliance (ALA) and United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)
The next two digits are the year (century ignored). If the 6 digits match another citation, a lower case letter (a, b, …) is added. Cross reference notation will be updated to a standard format when better options come available.