Citations for NAADSM should follow the examples shown below. Please pay special attention to the following:
- Be sure to include the correct version number used to generate results. If you are not sure which version of NAADSM you have, select from the menu to display the version number.
- If an experimental version was used, it should be clearly identified.
Citing the standard version of NAADSM:
NAADSM Development Team. 2013. NAADSM version number x.x.x. Free program distributed via the Internet at http://www.naadsm.org.
Citing an experimental version of NAADSM:
NAADSM Development Team. 2013. NAADSM, experimental version "Riverton", version number x.x.x. Free program distributed via the Internet at http://www.naadsm.org.
In addition to citing the specific version of the application that you use, it may be useful to include one or more of the following references as well:
Descriptions of versions of NAADSM
Harvey, N. and Reeves, A. (eds.) 2012. Model description: North American Animal Disease Spread Model 4.0, version 2.0.0. Available online at http://wwww.naadsm.org/documentation/.
Peer-reviewed publication describing NAADSM 3.0
Harvey, N., Reeves, A., Schoenbaum, M.A., Zagmutt-Vergara, F.J., Dubé, C., Hill, A.E., Corso, B.A., McNab, W.B., Cartwright, C.I., Salman, M.D., 2007. The North American Animal Disease Spread Model: A simulation model to assist decision making in evaluating animal disease incursions. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 82: 176-197.
The NAADSM User's Guide
Reeves, A., Hupalo, R., Patyk, K.A., and Hill, A.E. 2012. User’s Guide for the North American Animal Disease Spread Model, 4th ed. Fort Collins, Colorado: Colorado State University. Available online at http://wwww.naadsm.org.