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COMMISSION DE LA CARTE
GEOLOGIQUE DU MONDE

COMMISSION FOR THE
GEOLOGICAL
MAP OF THE WORLD

77, rue Claude-Bernard - 75005 Paris - France
Tél. +33 1 - 47 07 2284  - Fax +33 1 - 43 36 9518 
E-mail: ccgm@club-internet.fr - http://www.ccgm.org

 

Dr. Paul Hearn, Jr.
US Geological Survey
MS917 National Center
Reston, Va 20192
U.S.A.

Our ref. 1600/092
Paris, 8 October 2002

SUBJECT: authorization for reproduction

Dear Dr.Hearn,

Following our exchange of e-mails of past days concerning your request for the use of UNESCO/CCGM maps in USGS series of Global GIS project, on behalf of UNESCO and CCGM we are pleased to grant USGS non-exclusive permission to use the maps defined below, provided that you meet criteria indicated hereafter.

UNESCO/CGMW copyrighted material to be used or reproduced:

  1. International Geological Map of Africa at 1:5 M (copyright: CCGM/UNESCO, 1990)

  2. Geological Map of South and East Asia at 1:5 M (copyright: CCGM/UNESCO, 1990)

  3. International Geological Map of Europe and the Mediterranean Region at 1:5 M (copyright: CCGM/UNESCO/BGR, 1971)

  4. Sheets 2, 3 (for Mexico and Canada) and 9 (Europe) of the Geological Atlas of the World at 1:10 M (copyright: CCGM/UNESCO, 1984).

CRITERIA REQUIRED FOR REPRODUCTION

  1. Print the required copyright credit line on the relevant references of the material: "Reprinted/abstracted/excerpted) with permission from (FULL REFERENCE CITATION) © (as indicated above), (YEAR) and web sites (www.ccgm.org and www.unesco.org)".

  2. Permission is granted free of charge for non-commercial use.

  3. Please send to CCGM and UNESCO Publishing office one voucher copy of your publication.

Thank you for your interest in our publications and if you have any questions on the above, do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail or by mail.

Yours sincerely,

Philippe Rossi
Secretary General

Copy: Ms. Georgina Almeida, Editorial and Rights Division, Unesco Publishing, Paris

 


 



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