Copyright and Licensing
Authors can archive the published version of their articles in personal or institutional repositories immediately after publication.
The publisher confirms that the author retains the following rights:
- the right to make various copies, including electronic ones, for personal use or personal use by the author's colleagues, provided that copies of the article will not be used for sale, for systematic distribution by mass mailing via e-mail, and will not be posted on public server;
- the right of further use by the author of the whole article or any of its parts in reviews, dissertations, books, lectures.
In all cases, a bibliographic link to the article or a hyperlink to its electronic copy on the official website of the journal is required.
The author transfers to the publisher of the scientific and production journal “Quarantine and Plant Protection” the rights to:
- publication of the article and distribution of its printed version;
- distribution of the electronic version of the article by any electronic means (placement on the official web-site of the journal, in electronic databases, repositories, etc.).
The authors retain the copyright, as well as give the right to the scientific and production journal “Quarantine and Plant Protection” to publish original scientific articles that contain the results of experimental and theoretical research and are not under consideration for publication in other publications.
All materials are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License International CC-BY, which allows others to distribute work with acknowledgment of authorship of this work and the first publication in this publication.
By the license agreement (Agreement from) which the author submits together with the manuscript, the author certifies that the submitted material:
- does not infringe the copyrights of other persons or organizations;
- has not been previously published in other publishers and has not been submitted to other publications.