I have looked around but not quite found exactly what I was looking for. I have multiple citations from the same authors in the same year. I am using a modifiued style for Journal of geophysical research. The style is as follows:
[Dawers et al., 1993; Anders and Schlische, 1994; Davis et al., 2005]. Note the semicolon that separates each reference.
Now, if I have multiple references from the same author in the same year, what I NEED is this: [Hussain et al., 2016a, 2016b] (Note the comma separating the two years).
What I get by default is this: [Hussain et al., 2016a; Hussain et al., 2016b]. I can go in and manually exclude the author from the citation (right click->modify etc.) but then I get [Hussain et al., 2016a; 2016b]. Here, a semicolon still separates the two years. So I have two questions:
Is there a way to replace the semicolon by a comma ONLY where we separate two references from the same author from the same year
is there a way to get this into the style template in endnote rather than having to go into each single instance where this happens in the text.
Thanks a lot