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The scope of application of the Alpine Convention is defined by its perimeter. Due to changes in the administrative units within the Contracting Parties occurred since the entry into force of the Alpine Convention and its Protocols, some municipalities are currently only partially included in the Alpine Convention perimeter. In such cases, the data displayed refer to the whole municipality.LIABILITY
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The Alpine Convention Atlas at the website www.atlas.alpconv.org allows registered users to upload or create their own content. The PSAC can by no means be held responsible for the content generated and published by the users of the Alpine Convention Atlas, nor for copyright violations they might commit. Each user is responsible for content, respect of copyright and related rights as well as correctness of the material they publish or upload on www.atlas.alpconv.org . The responsibility for opinions expressed in the uploaded content rests solely with their authors, and their posting on this website does not constitute an endorsement by the PSAC of the opinions expressed therein.
All content of the Alpine Convention Atlas (which includes layers, maps, documents and comments) is moderated by the PSAC, which reserves the right to remove any user's created content without prior notice or justification.USER REGISTRATION
It is possible to register to the Atlas to access advanced functions and to save/upload your own content. By registering you accept the privacy agreement reported in the section below. By registering you also make your username, profile picture and any other information you fill in visible to any other user of the website. Once you are registered, you may be contacted by other registered users through the internal email function: the PSAC carries no responsibility or liability whatsoever for the content of possible messages you may receive.
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In case it is stated that a limited usage license applies, the information or the document is freely available and can be accessed from the website www.atlas.alpconv.org or, if available, through the dedicated WMS function.
The rights on the datasets belong to the original authors (check the field “Supplemental information”): it is therefore not allowed to re-use, download, share, re-distribute, transform or change the original datasets or information without prior permission.
Where available, it is allowed to use, share, distribute, transform or change the output of the WMS request that serves the layer in a bitmap format, e.g. PNG, GIF or JPEG, as well as to download, share and distribute a static image of the layers, obtained through the dedicated functions, provided that appropriate credit is given to the data provider (Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention-PSAC) and to the authors/sources (these can be generally found in the metadata under "additional information"). Additionally, it must be indicated if changes were made with respect to the original work. When the work or one of its derivatives is used in a publication, appropriate notice must be given to Send Email .
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It is allowed to download the raw data used in this dataset in different formats (tabular, JSON, GML) as well as in the shapefile format. It is allowed to use, share, distribute, transform or change, this data provided that appropriate credit is given to the data provider (Alpine Convention or www.atlas.alpconv.org) and to the authors/sources (these can be generally found in the metadata under "Supplemental information"). Additionally, it must be indicated if changes were made with respect to the original work. When the work or one its derivatives is used in a publication, appropriate notice must be given to Send Email .
Where available, it is allowed to use, share, distribute, transform or change the output of the WMS request that serves the layer in a bitmap format, e.g. PNG, GIF or JPEG, as well as to download, share and distribute a static image of the layers, obtained through the dedicated functions, provided that appropriate credit is given to the data provider (Permanent Secretariat of the Alpine Convention (PSAC) and, to the authors/sources (these can be generally found in the metadata under " Supplemental information"). Additionally, it must be indicated if changes were made with respect to the original work. When the work or one its derivatives is used in a publication, appropriate notice must be given to Send Email .
It is moreover allowed to, use, share, distribute, re-post, transform or change the full metadata, which are also available as a free download in a TXT or HTML format, provided attribution is given and changes are indicated.
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This information was updated on: 01/03/2021