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Did I cite this right? For a internet source, in-text. Other threats caused by humans cause deserts to be harmed. The article stated that “Irrigation used for agriculture, may in the long term, lead to salt levels in the soil that become too high to support plants” “(Desert Threats”). I used Purdue Owl for it.

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check here: http://lib.trinity.edu/research/citing/mlacitationstyle7thedition.pdf it depends on where off the internet you got it from
okay thanks, one question though if no author is identified, then do you use the article name, site name, or do you leave it blank?
I would leave the author as anonymous

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