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Author(s) of an accepted article transfers the full copyright ownership (including that of illustrations) to the Boreal Environment Research Publishing Board, so that the article can be copyrighted from now on under the name of the Boreal Environment Research Publishing Board and published by the Board in any available form.

The author(s) warrants that the article (including the illustrations) is an original work, not published (i.e. not available to the public in any form, incl. electronic), scheduled to be published, or submitted elsewhere in whole or in part, except in an abstract form, and that the author(s) has full authority to make this grant. The author(s) also warrants that if a part(s) of the article has been previously published elsewhere, permission(s) allowing publication of the respective material in our journal has been obtained, and an appropriate statement(s) mentioning the original source(s) has been added to the text where needed. Copy(ies) of permission(s) should preferably be submitted with the manuscript or at the latest provided upon acceptance.

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Transferring the copyrights to the Board will not render any royalty or any other financial compensation.

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