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In any publications or reports resulting from the use of these instruments, please include the following statement in the acknowledgment section. You are also encouraged to acknowledge NSF and the NGF in any contacts with the news media or in general articles.
"The instruments used in the field program were provided by the National Geoelectromagnetic Facility at Oregon State University. Unless otherwise indicated, data collected during this experiment will be available through the IRIS Data Management Center, or where appropriate, through another designated national data distribution and archiving facility. The National Geoelectromagnetic Faciliity is supported by the National Science Foundation."
In any publications or reports resulting from the use of MT data extracted from the IRIS Data Management System, please include the following statement in the acknowledgement section.
Survey Reference: Schultz, A., G. D. Egbert, A. Kelbert, T. Peery, V. Clote, B. Fry, S. Erofeeva and staff of the National Geoelectromagnetic Facility and their contractors (2006-2018). "USArray TA Magnetotelluric Transfer Functions". doi:10.17611/DP/EMTF/USARRAY/TA. Retrieved from the IRIS database on INSERT DATE YOU EXTRACTED THE DATA FROM IRIS DMS.
Specific Site Reference: Schultz, A., G. D. Egbert, A. Kelbert, T. Peery, V. Clote, B. Fry, S. Erofeeva and staff of the National Geoelectromagnetic Facility and their contractors (2006-2018). "USArray TA Magnetotelluric Transfer Functions: REU60". doi:10.17611/DP/11455918. Retrieved from the IRIS database on INSERT DATE YOU EXTRACTED THE DATA FROM IRIS DMS.
Acknowledgements: The USArray MT project is led by PI Adam Schultz. He would like to thank the Oregon State University MT team and their contractors, lab and field personnel over the years for assistance with data collection, quality control, processing and archiving, as well as numerous districts of the U.S. Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, the U.S. National Parks, the collected State land offices, and the many private landowners who permitted access to acquire the MT TA data. USArray TA was funded through NSF grants EAR-0323311, IRIS Subaward 478 and 489 under NSF Cooperative Agreement EAR-0350030 and EAR-0323309, IRIS Subaward 75-MT under NSF Cooperative Agreement EAR-0733069 under CFDA No. 47.050, and IRIS Subaward 05-OSU-SAGE under NSF Cooperative Agreement EAR-1261681.
Release Status: Unrestricted Release
Conditions of Use: All data and metadata for this survey are available free of charge and may be copied freely, duplicated and further distributed provided that this data set is cited as the reference, and that the author(s) contributions are acknowledged as detailed in the Acknowledgements. Any papers cited in this file are only for reference. There is no requirement to cite these papers when the data are used. Whenever possible, we ask that the author(s) are notified prior to any publication that makes use of these data.
While the author(s) strive to provide data and metadata of best possible quality, neither the author(s) of this data set, nor IRIS make any claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of this information, and expressly disclaim liability for errors and omissions in the contents of this file. Guidelines about the quality or limitations of the data and metadata, as obtained from the author(s), are included for informational purposes only.