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Special Fair Use Permission
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- full citation in your bibliography for each AAPG publication from which a table or figure of text is taken;
- in figure and title captions a statement or citation including the author, identification of the AAPG publication from which the figure or table was taken;
- you must use the identical copyright notice as it appears in our publication; i.e. “AAPG©[year]", and the phrase “reprinted by permission of the AAPG whose permission is required for further use”.
As a condition of grant of permission when citing an internet or web page AAPG source:
Full citation in bibliography as listed below:
author name(s), year of publication or last revision (if known), title of document, title of complete work (if applicable), URL, in angle brackets (underlined if hypertext), date of access (accessed January 1, 1998).
Example: Eaton, Susan, 2003, Canada Hydrates get close study: <http://www.aapg.org/explorer/2003/01jan/gh_stability.cfm> (accessed August 7, 2003)
- You must use the identical copyright notice as in (c) above.
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