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Here's a quick guide on referencing images:  

Figures and tables Including a copy of, or adapting an image, map, graph or table from a publication
In your text: Table 3 shows that the mortality rate for men is significantly higher in Eastern European
Immediately above your figure/table: Table 3. Correlation between coronary heart disease and reduced fresh food supply.
Immediately below your figure/table: Source: Adapted from Marmot and Wilkinson (2003:27).
Reference list: Marmot M and Wilkinson R (2003) Social determinants of health – the solid facts, World
Health Organization, Geneva. Copyright WHO 2003

Guide for Referencing Images: 

Click through the following slides to see how to enter images in a reference list. 

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