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We adopt CC-BY 4.0 license by default. The data are allowed reuse and redistribution if the data depositors have selected the CC-BY license. A few of data sets are only available through offline service due to the related laws of China. No charge is associated with either online or offline data distribution.
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Data users must cite the use of the data in the work with a formal citation. The appropriate citations can be found on the landing page, which can be copied and pasted into the documentation. There are two alternative recommended citation formats: (1) include a citation in the references; (2) text annotation. Also, please acknowledge “National Tibetan Plateau Data Center” in your work. Please browse our webpage “How to Cite Data” for the detailed information about citation and format. Furthermore, it is needed to send us one reprint of the published work for our library collection. A citation acknowledges the data contributors, and helps to track the use and impact of the data.
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