### 9.2 References to Sections, Equations, Tables, and Figures

One can as well refer to a label embedded in an equation, table or figure as well as labels in the text, which refer to the section or subsection they are placed in: See Equation (1), Table 1 and Figure 1 in Section 8.1.
See Equation~(\ref{equation:momentum}),
Table~\ref{table:fate_of_universe} and
Figure~\ref{figure:movie} in
Section~\ref{subsection:list_supp_env}.

Please avoid references to equations like that (1 - 2), as we want to generate hyperlinks for every single reference. Instead use this form: (1, 2).

We would like the authors to use “catchy” reference labels like

\label{figure:statistical_noise}

rather than cryptic ones like

\label{xy146}.

This helps the editorial staff if we want to double-check the reference links during the editing and converting process.