Copyright and Licensing
License Terms: The authors retain copyright and also grant the journal the right to publish original scientific articles containing the results of their experimental and theoretical studies and are not under consideration for publication in other publications. All material is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License International CC-BY, which allows others to edit and take the scientific article, even for commercial purposes, as long as authorship is indicated and new material is distributed under the same license with identical terms.
If the article is to be published in the journal Ecology and Noospherology, the author must sign a copyright transfer agreement. The agreement is sent to the journal (original) or email (scanned copy) of the journal editorial office.
By this agreement the author certifies that the submitted material:
- does not infringe the copyrights of others or organizations;
- has not previously been published in other publishers and has not been published in other publications.
The author gives the editorial board of the journal "Ecology and Noospherology" the rights to:
- publication of the article in Ukrainian (English and Russian) and distribution of its printed version;
- translate the article into English (for articles in Ukrainian and Russian) and distribute the printed version of the translation;
- distribution of the electronic version of the article, as well as the electronic version of the English-language translation of the article (for articles in Ukrainian and Russian), through any electronic means (publishing on the official web site of the journal, in electronic databases, repositories, etc.).
The author reserves the right without the consent of the editorial board and the founders:
- Use articles in whole or in part for educational purposes.
- Use the material of the article in full or in part for writing your own dissertations.
- Use article materials to prepare abstracts, conference reports, and oral presentations.
- Post electronic copies of the article (including the final electronic version downloaded from the journal's official website) to:
- personal web-resources of all authors (web-sites, web-pages, blogs, etc.);
- web-resources of institutions where authors work (including electronic institutional repositories);
- non-profit, open-source web resources (such as arXiv.org).
In all cases, it is mandatory to have a bibliographic link to the article or a hyperlink to its electronic copy on the official journal site.