Citation, Documentation of Sources

Q. I am editing a paper and changing the citations into Chicago style. The sentence in question reads: “In terms of the transition from a sociology of labour, there has been enough uptake to allow for such assessments (see Lier 2007; Castree 2007; Coe and Lier 2011; Rutherford 2010; and Coe 2013 for a more recent review).” How would I cite this in Chicago?

A. This is your lucky day: they are already in Chicago style! Please see CMOS 15.29 (“Multiple text references”) for a similar example.