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This user agreement establishes the terms and conditions of a license for you to use the BioModelos web platform and the information contained therein. For the purposes of this agreement, the information of BioModelos includes the visualization of biological records through the geographic viewer of the platform, the distribution models of species developed from these records and the statistics and indicators calculated from the models. By accessing and/or using BioModelos, it is presumed that you have read, accepted and agree to comply with all the terms and conditions of this user agreement. The rights and obligations related to the use of BioModelos in accordance with this user agreement are personal and are not transferable to any natural or legal person. Eventually, these terms and conditions of use of BioModelos may be modified, which will be recorded on this page. Consequently, it is your responsibility to review and comply with the established terms and conditions, provided that you access or use BioModelos.
BioModelos contains material protected by the laws and treaties related to intellectual property, therefore, the information of BioModelos is protected by the agreements, the laws and regulations of copyright throughout the world. The Alexander von Humboldt Biological Resources Research Institute is the sole and exclusive owner of the BioModelos application, including trademark, trade name, trade secret and other intellectual property rights over this application. Since the information that rests in BioModelos is the result of a collaboration process between the Alexander von Humboldt Institute and registered users, its administration and management corresponds exclusively to the Alexander von Humboldt Institute, according to the terms and scopes stipulated in the registration and publication forms. The Alexander von Humboldt Institute exclusively holds the patrimonial rights as author of the information generated from all the activity of registered users in BioModelos, particularly in the "edition and contribution" and "records and filters" modules. In any case, the Alexander von Humboldt Institute will recognize the author's moral rights for each contribution consigned by registered users in BioModelos. Once the information in BioModelos has been recorded by the "Publishers", the Alexander von Humboldt Institute will have a license for its use and disposal, according to the Creative Commons licenses with which said information is published, in accordance with what was established with the publisher(s) in the publication form. You agree not to alter or eliminate any copyright symbol or other identification related to the authorship of any of the materials contained or made available in BioModelos.general_3_title: "Productos derivados"
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Unless required for specific analyzes, no version of the BioModelos information should be used after it has been replaced by a later version. It is your responsibility to verify if an update of the information published in BioModelos is available.
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You or the Alexander von Humboldt Institute may terminate this user agreement at any time, with immediate effect, with or without prior notice to the other party. Termination of this agreement automatically terminates your license to use BioModelos and any other content or material contained therein. The dispositions of sections 3, 4, and 5 will survive any termination of this user agreement.
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By registering in BioModelos, the user, in addition to accepting the previously defined terms and conditions of use, must accept the following BioModelos contribution treatment policy: Are considered contributions to BioModelos all information related to the distribution of species that is entered by registered users of BioModelos, including but not limited to: reports and errors editions of records, editions to distribution models, selection of ecological variables by species, comments in forums, ratings to distribution models and expert maps. The Alexander von Humboldt Institute reserves the right to: store, distribute, use, advance any disposition acts or eliminate the contributions made by registered BioModelos users, as well as, the information regarding the origin of the contribution (name, email, date and IP address of the contributor), even when the user deletes their BioModelos registry.
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1. That the model(s) that are uploaded to BioModelos are the authorship of the people listed in the model publication form (hereinafter publishers) or have the transfer of rights valid for that purpose. 2. That all authors of the model or set of models accept or authorize their publication in BioModelos from the moment the information is uploaded. 3. That the biological records that accompany the model are of open use, are owned or their use exclusively for visualization purposes in BioModelos has been authorized explicitly or implicitly (eg. through a Creative Commons license) by the owners of the information or who have some assignment or authorization in regards to the information. 4. That the publishers authorize the download and use of their models by third parties through BioModelos under the conditions provided by the Creative Commons license indicated in the model publication form.
1. Will offer activity statistics (viewing and downloading) and usage profile at the request of the publishers of the information. 2. Will grant the corresponding credit to the model publishers in the BioModelos page and in the metadata that accompany the models of their authorship, based on the information registered in the publication form. 3. Will use the biological records that accompany the model only for visualization in BioModelos under the conditions determined by the publishers in the model publication form. In no case will its use or download be enabled in BioModelos, unless this is expressly authorized in the model publication form. 4. It reserves the right to publish the models as well as download them at any time on the site.