Mineralogical Association of Canada
Mineralogical Association of Canda grants the Subscriber and authorized users at the Subscriber's institution the right to access the electronic version of those the Canadian Mineralogist journal volumes for which the Subscriber maintains an electronic subscription.
It is a condition of receiving access to the electronic journals that any person who violates either the copyright or the restrictions on distribution, or
who condones such acts, may be deprived of future access, including access to back issues, without compensation or refund, while MAC retains the further right
to any legal remedies that may be available.
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