Under the spirit of the AAp Data Policy it is an expected behavioural norm that any person intending to access and use AAp data will, as a matter of practice, contact the data originator to discuss intended usage before applying the data.

If you are citing work relating to this metadata record, include the following in the references section of your paper. This is the bibliographic reference for the dataset and the metadata record that describes it:

Woods, R. (2016, updated 2017) Annual report on vertebrate biology at Macquarie Island, 1990 Australian Antarctic Data Centre - CAASM Metadata (https://data.aad.gov.au/metadata/records/Vertebrate_Biology_MI_1990)

Furthermore, any data sources you have used should be listed and cited in the methods section of your paper. If the publisher in question will not allow a dataset to be listed in the references section, as a last resort, include a "casual" citation in the acknowledgements section. For example:

We would like to thank [person/organisation] for providing [data] (doi: [doi, if available])