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Reprinting Material from Published Journal Articles

Blaes1985

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Wiki chapter titled: Blaes (1985)

Author(s) O. M. Blaes
Title Oscillations of Slender Tori
Reference O. M. Blaes (1985, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 216, 553 - 563)
DOI https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/216.3.553
(Scanned Images) Copyright © Royal Astronomical Society
Publisher Oxford University Press
Information Entry 2020/07/31
Author Permission

O. M. Blaes (via email dated 19 July 2020):
Dear Joel:  Yes of course, you are welcome to use these images, at least as far as I am concerned. I don’t know what constraints the journal itself puts on this, but I think what you are doing is probably under some sort of definition of “fair use”.
Regards, Omer

Copyright Permission

Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society (via email dated 31 July 2020):
Dear Prof. Joel Tohline,

RE. 1 figure, 2 equations: O. M. Blaes, Oscillations of slender tori, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 1985; 216 (3): 553–563, https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/216.3.553

Thank you for your email requesting permission to reprint the above material. Our permission is granted without fee to reproduce the material.

Before proceeding with your intended reuse, approval should be obtained from the author of the material. Contact details for authors are provided at abstract level of the appropriate article. See https://academic.oup.com/journals/ and the journal concerned. We can provide assistance with locating the author, but the responsibility for clearing this approval resides with you.

Use of the OUP Material is restricted to: Inclusion in a set of MediaWiki-based online (graduate-student-level) chapters under the broad category of "The Structure, Stability, & Dynamics of Self-Gravitating Fluids" by Prof. Joel Tohline, to be published on the following website for non-commercial purposes only in 2020: https://www.vistrails.org/index.php/User:Tohline/H_BookTiledMenu#Toroidal_.26_Toroidal-Like_2 Format: Electronic. Territory: World. Language: English.

Please note: the credit line must appear on the same page as the material and inclusion under a Creative Commons or any other open access license allowing onward use is prohibited.

This permission is limited to this particular use and does not allow you to use it elsewhere or in any other format other than specified above.

Please include a credit line in your publication citing full details of the Oxford University Press publication which is the source of the material and "By permission of Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society", along with a link to the original publication on the Oxford Academic website: https://academic.oup.com/mnras/article/216/3/553/1005987

If the credit line or acknowledgement in our publication indicates that material including any illustrations/figures etc was drawn or modified from an earlier source, it will be necessary for you to obtain additional permission from the original publisher. If this permission has not been obtained, please note this material may not be included in your publication/photocopies.

Kind regards, Emma Thornton
Permissions Executive
Academic Rights & Licensing
Oxford University Press

Additional note from Emma Thornton:  Please find formal permission grant [above] as I don't believe this would be covered by fair use.

Dyson1893

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Wiki chapter titled: Dyson (1893)

 
Author(s) F. W. (Frank Watson) Dyson
Title II.   The Potential of an Anchor Ring
Reference F. W. Dyson (1893, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. A., 184, 43 - 95)
DOI https://doi.org/10.1098/rsta.1893.0002
(Scanned Images) Copyright © 2017, Royal Society
Publisher Royal Society Publishing
Information Entry 2021/09/15
Author Permission "You do not need to seek permissions for re-use of material over 70 years old for up to 5 articles or figures — re-use is only subject to acknowledgement."
Copyright Permission

Hadley & Imamura Collaboration

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Wiki chapters titled:

 
  1. Summary for Hadley & Imamura
    2016 February 06 gmail sent to Jimmy (Imamura) and Kathryn (Hadley):  "As I have discussed your published work inside the above-referenced MediaWiki documents, I have liberally referenced and included hypertext links to your papers. For purposes of discussion, I have found it particularly useful to cut entire figures or individual figure panels out of your papers and post them inside my MediaWiki-based pages, often alongside my own plots and graphical images/animations. Your published work is, of course, copyrighted. So, in addition to liberally referencing your work, I would like to obtain explicit permission from you to copy and post figures from your three recent "Nonaxisymmetric Instabilities" papers within these MediaWiki-based documents. May I have your permission to do so?"
    2016 February 21 gmail received from Kathy:  "Jim and I have no problem with you posting our figures and such. You are welcome to check out the large data set I have amassed at www.khadley.com/research/star_disks"
  2. Analyzing Azimuthal Distortions
    2016 February 22 gmail sent to Kathy (Kathryn Hadley):  "Even since my first email message to you, I have posted some additional thoughts in my notes, online … my thoughts on your work with Jimmy can be found in" [the wiki chapter titled] Analyzing Azimuthal Distortions. "Notice that there is also a link to YouTube videos showing some of the (unpublished) results from my 1994 work with Woodward and Hachisu; and there [are a pair of chapters titled, Stability Analyses of PP Tori … Part 1 and Part 2 ], that I have added since I first emailed you."
  3. Characteristics of Unstable Eigenvectors in Self-Gravitating Tori
  4. Supplementary Dataset Generated by Hadley & Imamura Collaboration
 
Author(s) K. Z. Hadley & J. N. Imamura

WTH94

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Wiki chapter titled: Analyzing Azimuthal Distortions

 
Author(s) J. W. Woodward, J. E. Tohline & I. Hachisu
Title The Stability of Thick, Self-gravitating Disks in Protostellar Systems
Reference WTH (1994, Astrophysical Journal, vol. 420, pp. 247 - 268)
DOI https://doi.org/10.1098/173556
(Scanned Images) Copyright © American Astronomical Society
Publisher IOP Publishing
Information Entry 2021/10/03
Author Permission

J. E. Tohline is one of the original authors of this article and, therefore, has permission to reproduce copyrighted material from the paper, as granted in the "Copyright Permission" statement that immediately follows.

Copyright Permission

Reproduction of Copyrighted Materials:
 
"The AAS [American Astronomical Society] holds the copyright for all non-gold-OA [Open Access] articles published in … the Astrophysical Journal … prior to 11 Oct 2021."
 
"The AAS is eager for the information published in its journals to reach the widest possible audience and it encourages the reuse of figures, tables, or other materials in review articles, textbooks, and other appropriate means of scholarly communication. For all articles in the AAS journals for which the AAS holds the copyright, the Society grants control of the right to reproduce the material to the original authors as long as they are alive."

Posting Links to Online Databases

Hadley & Imamura Collaboration

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Wiki chapter titled: Supplementary Dataset Generated by Hadley & Imamura Collaboration

 
Author(s) K. Z. Hadley & J. N. Imamura
Title Star-Disk Data
Reference http://www.khadley.com/research/star_disks
DOI n/a
(Scanned Images) Copyright Presumably, the copyright is held by the authors.
Publisher n/a
Information Entry 2021/10/04
Request of Author(s)

(via email dated 4 June 2016):
Kathy:  I have put together an additional (comparatively short) chapter [Wiki chapter titled: Supplementary Dataset Generated by Hadley & Imamura Collaboration] that, I hope, will provide a useful portal into your very large data repository. It also explains briefly which models from your dataset might serve as good candidates for comparison with the analytic analysis of Blaes (1985) and, in so doing, helps explain Figure 3 from the (long) chapter that I pointed you to in my previous email message.

Author Permission

O. M. Blaes (via email dated 19 July 2020):
Dear Joel:  Yes of course, you are welcome to use these images, at least as far as I am concerned. I don’t know what constraints the journal itself puts on this, but I think what you are doing is probably under some sort of definition of “fair use”.
Regards, Omer

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