We will start with “Author-Date” style first, so one does not get confused with too much information.
Later on, there are examples of “Notes -Bibliography” in-text examples.
The reference list style is typically used in the physical, natural, and social science areas.
The purpose of documentation is to: is designed for individuals who are publishing so it includes a great deal of information of formatting papers.
The first, and the most used, is the Notes-Biblography style, and the second is Author-Date style.
The Notes-Bibliography style is also called Chicago/Turabian: Humanities style.
Kate Turabian (1893-1987) was the dissertation secretary of the University of Chicago's graduate school and every accepted dissertation crossed her desk.
She became an expert on the Chicago style and wrote a pamphlet that described the correct style to use when writing dissertations.
Turabian In-text citation for electronic sources follows same rules as for print resources.
Golden rule here is to include sufficient information in Bibliography that could help to identify specified resource.