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Use of material

All material (text and pictures) on this website are under the exclusive copyright of the authors. The material can be freely used for non-commercial purposes provided proper reference is given to clearly identify all material that has been used. Figures must not be modified in any way, and whole sentences must not be lifted from the text. When referencing information, please refer to the author, the site name and location, and the date the information has been retrieved:
Andersen J C Ø and Brooks C K, 2003, The (virtual) Skaergaard Intrusion, URL =, accessed 12 February 2003.
In-text citations and citations in presentations can be abbreviated as long as the material used is clearly identifiable. Full credit must be distributed elsewhere in the presentation. Commercial users and media require copyright clearance from the authors. Please direct your request to the webmaster on email:

Linking to this website

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Students! Can you trust this website?

This website is meant as a resource of information on the Skaergaard intrusion. However, you must realise that the information contained within these pages do not have the same credibility as a double peer-reviewed scientific paper. Anybody can put up a website on the net, and anybody can publish whatever they like - whether it is true or not! This site is probably more credible than most, because the authors are clearly identified and their scientific backgrounds can be verified. As such, we would rate our webpages to be as credible as an undergraduate textbook. Feel free to use the information for your studies, but be aware that before you base your conclusions on scientific information presented here, you should always verify it by more credible sources (the double peer-reviewed scientific papers).

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