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Authors' Rights

All articles in NRC Research Press journals are copyright NRC Research Press or its licensors (see Copyright).

However, NRC Research Press recognizes the importance of sharing significant research among the scholarly community. With this in mind, we grant authors who have transferred copyright or granted a license to the NRC Research Press the following privileges to support this effort.

Authors will retain the right to

  • Place a draft of a submitted article(s) (pre-acceptance) on their web site or their organization's server, provided that it is not amended once accepted for publication by NRC Research Press. We encourage authors to insert hypertext links from their preprints to the NRC Research Press web site, http://pubs.nrc-cnrc.gc.ca
  • Post a published article on their web site or their organization's server six months after the NRC Research Press' original electronic publication date. The author must include NRC Research Press' copyright notice and acknowledge the article's source.
  • Make copies of their article(s) in electronic or paper format, for personal or educational use within the home institution provided no financial gain is realized.
  • Reproduce their article(s) in paper format for placement in the home institution's reserve collection.
  • Re-use all or part of their article(s) in subsequent publications provided the source is acknowledged and no financial gain is realized.

NRC Research Press must retain certain rights in order to conduct day-to-day business for the benefit of the authors, the scholarly community and NRC.

NRC Research Press will retain the right to

  • Negotiate agreements with secondary publishers and other third parties to further the dissemination of the published information.
  • Administer copyright for all published materials to permit the above negotiations and to facilitate the process of granting permission to reproduce.
  • Republish articles in alternative formats and editions.