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Re-use of articles (or selected content of articles) published Open Access under the Creative Commons by Attribution Licence (CC-BY) is unrestricted and no permission is required for re-use of content, subject however to the following conditions:


(1) The original authors and original source of publication must be acknowledged;

(2) No additional restrictions can be applied to how others can use the new publioshed version and a link should be made to the Creative Commons by Attribution (CC-BY) 4.0 licence;

(3) Any changes should be indicated.


These are conditions of the Creative Commons Licence. Note that copyright still exists in the article and the copyright holder can revoke the license if the conditions are breached. Open Access does not mean that the article is in the Public Domain.


Only articles clearly marked with "CC BY" in the top right corner of the front page are published with the Creative Commons by Attribution Licence and can be reproduced without permission. The CC-BY option was not available for Inter-Research journals before 1 April 2013. Articles marked "Open Access" or "Free Access" but not marked "CC BY" were made freely accessible to all users at the time of publication but are subject to standard copyright law regarding reproduction and distribution.


All other articles


Re-use of a reasonable amount of content of IR articles (figures, tables, text, data) for scientific use is generally free of charge, but permission must first be obtained. Please send an email to: Permissions with the following details:

(1) Specific details of the material you wish to use: (i) the article authors, title, year of publication, volume number and page range, doi, and (ii) the specific figure number, table number, text section, etc.

(2) The title of the publication in which it will be used, and the name of the publisher or owner

(3) How the publication will be distributed (print, electronic, members-only, open on the world wide web).


Attach any forms or licence documents that have been supplied to you by your publisher.


The following may be reproduced without seeking permission from Inter-Research, but with acknowledgement of the original published source:


(1) The article title, list of authors and affiliations, volume number, page range, and its doi

(2) The text of the abstract and the key words.


Author self-archiving


Authors of papers published by Inter-Research should consult the page Open Access for their rights regarding author self-archiving ('Green' Open Access).