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  • 2015-2016 Kino Bay Center Classes and Activities
    Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Prospective Students Current Students Alumni Parents Family Faculty Staff Community 877 350 2100 Prescott College Explore History Values Vision Plan a Visit At a Glance Campus Field Stations Student Life Athletics Veterans Research Ethics IRB Employer of National Service Office of the President Academics Undergraduate Degrees Graduate Degrees Faculty Mentor Guides The Prescott Difference Academic Calendar Course Schedules Non Degree Academic Resources Community Campus Resources Exchange Opportunities Orientation Colloquium Apply Application Forms for All Programs Resident Undergraduate Degrees Resident Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Undergraduate Programs Limited Residency Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Master of Science in Counseling Limited Residency Master of Education Limited Residency Ph D Program Education Teacher Preparation Financial Aid Costs and How to Pay Apply Online True Cost Calculator Instant Decision Day Connect Faculty Mentor Guides Highlights Directory Departments Offices Experience News Events Publications Blogs Symposiums Give Ways to Give What to Give Annual Report Explore Endowments Planned Giving Donor Recognition Meet our Staff My Prescott Calendar Email Search Quicklinks Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Español 2015 2016 Kino Bay Center Classes and Activities Kino Bay Center Home Estero Santa Cruz Ramsar Site Kino Bay Center Photo Gallery Regional Ecology Culture Classes Programs 2015 2016 Kino Bay Center Classes and Activities Marine Studies Program Research Conservation Environmental Education Community Leadership Indigenous Community Partnership High School Partnerships Information Center Visitor Information Conservation Fellowship News Stories Staff Jobs Internships and Scholarships Donate to the Kino Bay Center Send Us a Message Find us on Facebook Prescott College Home Kino Bay Center Classes Programs Course descriptions for Prescott College classes offered at the Kino Bay Center can be found in the Prescott College Catalog Fall Block 2015 Aug 25 Sept 18 Conservation Fellows Independent Researchers Fall Semester 2015 Sept 28 Dec 11 Marine Conservation Phase I Conservation Biology Marine Conservation Phase II Gulf of California Conservation Case Studies Marine Conservation Phase III Applied Conservation Research Monarch Butterfly Workshop Wilderness Medicine Institute Wilderness First Aid Workshop Independent Studies Conservation Fellows Independent Researchers Winter Block 2016 Jan 12 Feb 5 Field Methods for Plant Biology Sea Kayaking and Natural History Spanish Intensive and Cultural Immersion Independent Studies Conservation Fellows Independent Researchers Spring Semester 2016 Feb 16 May 6 Marine Biology I Diversity of Marine Life Marine Biology II Oceanography Marine Biology III Field Methods for Marine Ecology Field Station Strategic Planning Workshop Advisory Board Workshop Independent Studies Conservation Fellows Independent Researchers Non Prescott College High School and College Groups Meetings and Conferences Summer Blocks 2016 May 16 Aug 5 Independent Studies Conservation Fellows Independent Researchers Information Center The information center connects community members researchers Learn more Kino Bay Center Photo Gallery The Kino Bay photo database is a searchable and diverse collection of Learn more Find

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  • Marine Studies Program
    Program Students may focus their competence major on Marine Studies or take courses to contribute to their breadth minor area or liberal arts education The Kino Bay Center for Cultural and Ecological Studies serves as a field station for many Marine Studies courses The Kino Bay Center sits amid the diverse Sonoran Desert on the coast of the Midriff Island region of the Gulf of California an area rich in marine habitats seabirds marine mammals fish mangrove estuaries and other coastal flora and fauna With our relationships with the local Mexican fishing community and the native Comcaac village we are able to explore a variety of marine environments study human interactions with the sea and participate in cooperative marine conservation research projects Marine Studies Emphasis Guidelines Marine Studies at Prescott College has a strong focus on ecology of the marine environment physical and biological oceanography and on the relationships between humans and the marine environment Students graduating with a competence in Marine Studies should have a foundation in life sciences physical sciences human ecology conservation and resource management as well as a broad scope of supporting courses in literature politics economics and humanities Direct field experience rounds out a student s understanding and respect for the power and vastness of the world s ocean Competence Environmental Studies with an Emphasis in Marine Studies 16 course minimum 8 UD minimum 4 distribution courses and ecology course required for ES competence 5 Marine Studies core courses 2 Science Foundation courses 2 Conservation Foundation courses 2 Supporting courses 1 Independent Study Senior project NOTE some courses may simultaneously apply to more than one of the categories listed above Expand All Minimize All Conservation Foundation Courses Conservation Foundation Courses Changing World Order LD UD Conservation Biology UD Conservation in America LD Earth Systems Science and Policy UD Ecological Economics Principles of LD UD Environmental Ethics UD Environmental Law LD Environmental Politics UD Global Development Issues and Energy Economics UD Philosophies of the Interpretive Naturalists LD UD Population Resources and Solutions LD Wetland Ecology and Management UD Core Courses Core Courses Coastal Ecology of the Gulf of California UD Individualized studies in AE SCUBA LD UD Marine Biology I II III 18 LD UD Marine Conservation I II III 18 LD UD Natural History and Cultural Ecology of Kino Bay LD Oceanography LD SCUBA Diving and Marine Natural History LD Sea Kayaking and Marine Natural History LD Wilderness Explorations and Landscape Studies Dos Californias I II III 18 LD UD Independent Studies UD We suggest the following sequence of Marine Studies core courses First year Natural History and Cultural Ecology of Kino Bay Second Year Marine Biology and Oceanography Third Year Marine Conservation Coastal Ecology of the Gulf of California Fourth Year Independent studies and or Senior Project List of Courses List of Courses The listing of courses below is intended to be a guide suggesting the types of courses that could be included in an Environmental Studies Competence with an emphasis in Marine Studies

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  • Research and Conservation Program
    Resident Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Undergraduate Programs Limited Residency Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Master of Science in Counseling Limited Residency Master of Education Limited Residency Ph D Program Education Teacher Preparation Financial Aid Costs and How to Pay Apply Online True Cost Calculator Instant Decision Day Connect Faculty Mentor Guides Highlights Directory Departments Offices Experience News Events Publications Blogs Symposiums Give Ways to Give What to Give Annual Report Explore Endowments Planned Giving Donor Recognition Meet our Staff My Prescott Calendar Email Search Quicklinks Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Español Research and Conservation Program Kino Bay Center Home Estero Santa Cruz Ramsar Site Kino Bay Center Photo Gallery Regional Ecology Culture Classes Programs Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Marine Mammal Studies Shrimp Trawler By catch Studies Wetland Studies Research Support and Collaboration Environmental Education Community Leadership Indigenous Community Partnership High School Partnerships Information Center Visitor Information Conservation Fellowship News Stories Staff Jobs Internships and Scholarships Donate to the Kino Bay Center Send Us a Message Find us on Facebook Prescott College Home Kino Bay Center Research Conservation Photo By Maria Johnson Increasing scientific knowledge and conservation efforts The purpose of the Prescott College Kino Bay Center Research and Conservation Program RCP is to Contribute to increasing scientific knowledge of the ecosystems and biodiversity in the region Contribute to the development and implementation of collaborative intercultural initiatives to achieve sustainable relationships between human communities and the biodiversity and ecosystems in the region Support and motivate collaboration between academic non government research and community groups interested in conservation in the region The Kino Bay Center Research and Conservation Program RCP implements the Center s research agenda and supports research projects conducted through collaborative agreements with approximately ten Mexican and American research government NGO community and academic institutions The Center has supported dozens of projects in a broad array of disciplines ranging from geology to community based fisheries management and desert ecology The Center provides support for research and conservation projects in many ways including boat time lab and desk space communications logistical support local knowledge data collection and sharing meeting facilities research design and implementation lodging and workshop facilitation The RCP maintains the Center s research metadata base and publications bibliography as well as a rich database of photographs The Center facilitates and hosts regular workshops and small conferences including an international conference in 2007 entitled Linking Research Education and Conservation in the Eastern Midriff Island Region of the Gulf of California Attended by over 40 researchers conservation practitioners and educators the conference highlighted the Kino Center s role in forming connections between researchers in order to clarify conservation priorities in the region Kino Bay Center Research Conservation Research Support and Collaboration Supporting researchers and resource managers from academic government non government institutions Learn more Marine Mammal Program The Marine Mammal Program at Kino Bay contributes to the knowledge

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  • American Oystercatcher (Haematopus palliates) nest abundance and success on Isla Alcatraz
    Veterans Research Ethics IRB Employer of National Service Office of the President Academics Undergraduate Degrees Graduate Degrees Faculty Mentor Guides The Prescott Difference Academic Calendar Course Schedules Non Degree Academic Resources Community Campus Resources Exchange Opportunities Orientation Colloquium Apply Application Forms for All Programs Resident Undergraduate Degrees Resident Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Undergraduate Programs Limited Residency Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Master of Science in Counseling Limited Residency Master of Education Limited Residency Ph D Program Education Teacher Preparation Financial Aid Costs and How to Pay Apply Online True Cost Calculator Instant Decision Day Connect Faculty Mentor Guides Highlights Directory Departments Offices Experience News Events Publications Blogs Symposiums Give Ways to Give What to Give Annual Report Explore Endowments Planned Giving Donor Recognition Meet our Staff My Prescott Calendar Email Search Quicklinks Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Español American Oystercatcher Haematopus palliates nest abundance and success on Isla Alcatraz Kino Bay Center Home Estero Santa Cruz Ramsar Site Kino Bay Center Photo Gallery Regional Ecology Culture Classes Programs Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Marine Mammal Studies Shrimp Trawler By catch Studies Wetland Studies Research Support and Collaboration Environmental Education Community Leadership Indigenous Community Partnership High School Partnerships Information Center Visitor Information Conservation Fellowship News Stories Staff Jobs Internships and Scholarships Donate to the Kino Bay Center Send Us a Message Find us on Facebook Prescott College Home Kino Bay Center Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Project Description Little is published on American Oystercatchers in the Gulf of California It is estimated that the subspecies found in northwestern Mexico H p frazari has the smallest population of any of the Oystercatcher subspecies in North America estimated to be 3 000 individuals in 2009 Starting in 2008 each season 4 10 nests have been found on Isla Alcatraz and nesting success has been evaluated Project Results In the spring of 2009 three of the five nests hatched young while the condition of one other nest was unknown At least one nest was lost without hatching young to either by predation or trampling by humans In spring of 2010 eight nests were found but only one nest had eggs for more than two consecutive weeks One two week old chick was observed Due to the incubating time of this species and the lack of chicks on the island it is assumed that only one nest was successful that year The causes of failure for the other seven nests are unknown but are likely related to predation by gulls vultures or ravens and human presence on the island Reports Publications Research and Conservation Program Report 2007 2011 Prescott College Kino Bay Center for Cultural and Ecological Studies Reporte de proyectos de investigación en el Área de Protección deFlora y Fauna Islas del Golfo de California 2010 11 Centro de Estudios Culturales y Ecológicos Prescott College A C Bahía Kino Sonora Reporte de

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  • Craveri’s Murrelet vocalization recording
    Meet our Donors Meet our Staff Resources for Prospective Students Current Students Alumni Parents Family Faculty Staff Community Featured Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Prospective Students Current Students Alumni Parents Family Faculty Staff Community 877 350 2100 Prescott College Explore History Values Vision Plan a Visit At a Glance Campus Field Stations Student Life Athletics Veterans Research Ethics IRB Employer of National Service Office of the President Academics Undergraduate Degrees Graduate Degrees Faculty Mentor Guides The Prescott Difference Academic Calendar Course Schedules Non Degree Academic Resources Community Campus Resources Exchange Opportunities Orientation Colloquium Apply Application Forms for All Programs Resident Undergraduate Degrees Resident Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Undergraduate Programs Limited Residency Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Master of Science in Counseling Limited Residency Master of Education Limited Residency Ph D Program Education Teacher Preparation Financial Aid Costs and How to Pay Apply Online True Cost Calculator Instant Decision Day Connect Faculty Mentor Guides Highlights Directory Departments Offices Experience News Events Publications Blogs Symposiums Give Ways to Give What to Give Annual Report Explore Endowments Planned Giving Donor Recognition Meet our Staff My Prescott Calendar Email Search Quicklinks Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Español Craveri s Murrelet vocalization recording Kino Bay Center Home Estero Santa Cruz Ramsar Site Kino Bay Center Photo Gallery Regional Ecology Culture Classes Programs Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Marine Mammal Studies Shrimp Trawler By catch Studies Wetland Studies Research Support and Collaboration Environmental Education Community Leadership Indigenous Community Partnership High School Partnerships Information Center Visitor Information Conservation Fellowship News Stories Staff Jobs Internships and Scholarships Donate to the Kino Bay Center Send Us a Message Find us on Facebook Prescott College Home Kino Bay Center Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Project Description In 2008 a Prescott College senior project student received funding from the Wild at Heart Foundation and training and equipment from the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology to record vocalizations of Craveri s Murrelets preferably at nest sites so that the recordings could be used for reintroduction efforts on other islands This was the first time that vocalizations of this species had been recorded Project Results Vocalization recordings of fledging from one nest on Isla Alcatraz were obtained and submitted to the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology Reports Publications Research and Conservation Program Report 2007 2011 Prescott College Kino Bay Center for Cultural and Ecological Studies Craveri s Murrelet on Alcatraz Island Nest Discovery and Vocalization Recording 2009 Hurley Emma Poster presented at Prescott College Baccalaureate Information Center The information center connects community members researchers Learn more Kino Bay Center Photo Gallery The Kino Bay photo database is a searchable and diverse collection of Learn more Find us on Facebook Find the Prescott College Kino Bay Center on Facebook Visit site Español My Academic Interests

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  • Double-crested Cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus albociliatus) nest distribution, abundance, and chronology on Isla Alcatraz
    Departments Offices Experience News Events Publications Blogs Symposiums Give Ways to Give What to Give Annual Report Explore Endowments Planned Giving Donor Recognition Meet our Staff My Prescott Calendar Email Search Quicklinks Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Español Double crested Cormorant Phalacrocorax auritus albociliatus nest distribution abundance and chronology on Isla Alcatraz Kino Bay Center Home Estero Santa Cruz Ramsar Site Kino Bay Center Photo Gallery Regional Ecology Culture Classes Programs Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Marine Mammal Studies Shrimp Trawler By catch Studies Wetland Studies Research Support and Collaboration Environmental Education Community Leadership Indigenous Community Partnership High School Partnerships Information Center Visitor Information Conservation Fellowship News Stories Staff Jobs Internships and Scholarships Donate to the Kino Bay Center Send Us a Message Find us on Facebook Prescott College Home Kino Bay Center Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Project Description Isla Alcatraz supports the largest Double crested Cormorant nesting colony in the Gulf of California In 1997 a pilot project focusing on monitoring the colony was initiated by Prescott College Since 2001 seasonal monitoring has been continued to observe population changes and trends over time In the 2013 2014 season we initiated a productivity study of the Double crested Cormorant population in order to collect data on nesting success We are continuing this project this year and into the future with the hope that by collecting more detailed information we can better understand population dynamics on Isla Alcatraz Project Results Nest counts of Double crested Cormorants on Isla Alcatraz have ranged from 605 in 2013 to 1968 in 2011 with an average of 1363 nests This accounts for an estimated 5 7 of the Pacific coast population and 35 7 of the Gulf of California population In 2013 2014 the breeding population failed with a peak of 605 active nests a mid season low of 88 nests and fewer than 5 fledgling chicks observed These results demonstrate how long term monitoring by Prescott College is vital to the conservation and management of this critical cormorant population Reports Publications Reporte de proyectos de investigación en el Área de Protección deFlora y Fauna Islas del Golfo de California 2010 11 Centro de Estudios Culturales y Ecológicos Prescott College A C Bahía Kino Sonora Research and Conservation Program Report 2007 2011 Prescott College Kino Bay Center for Cultural and Ecological Studies Fleishman A B 2010 2 5 March 2010 Monitoreo del cormorán doble cresta Phalacrocorax auritus albociliatus en Isla Alcatraz Bahía de Kino Sonora México 2009 2010 Paper presented at the XII Congreso de la Asociación del Mar de Cortés y VI Simposium Internacional sobre el Mar de Cortés Guaymas Sonora Reporte de proyectos de investigación en el Area de Proteccion de Flora y Fauna Islas del Golfo de California 2009 2010 Centro de Estudios Culturales y Ecológicos Prescott College A C Bahía Kino Sonora Duberstein J N Jimenez Serrania V Pfister T Lindquist

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  • Impact of Semana Santa visitors on the nest success of the Yellow-footed Gull (Larus livens)on Isla Alcatraz
    Parents Family Faculty Staff Community 877 350 2100 Prescott College Explore History Values Vision Plan a Visit At a Glance Campus Field Stations Student Life Athletics Veterans Research Ethics IRB Employer of National Service Office of the President Academics Undergraduate Degrees Graduate Degrees Faculty Mentor Guides The Prescott Difference Academic Calendar Course Schedules Non Degree Academic Resources Community Campus Resources Exchange Opportunities Orientation Colloquium Apply Application Forms for All Programs Resident Undergraduate Degrees Resident Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Undergraduate Programs Limited Residency Master of Arts Program Limited Residency Master of Science in Counseling Limited Residency Master of Education Limited Residency Ph D Program Education Teacher Preparation Financial Aid Costs and How to Pay Apply Online True Cost Calculator Instant Decision Day Connect Faculty Mentor Guides Highlights Directory Departments Offices Experience News Events Publications Blogs Symposiums Give Ways to Give What to Give Annual Report Explore Endowments Planned Giving Donor Recognition Meet our Staff My Prescott Calendar Email Search Quicklinks Directory Calendar Email My Academic Services My Prescott My Classroom Moodle Library Admissions Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Español Impact of Semana Santa visitors on the nest success of the Yellow footed Gull Larus livens on Isla Alcatraz Kino Bay Center Home Estero Santa Cruz Ramsar Site Kino Bay Center Photo Gallery Regional Ecology Culture Classes Programs Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Marine Mammal Studies Shrimp Trawler By catch Studies Wetland Studies Research Support and Collaboration Environmental Education Community Leadership Indigenous Community Partnership High School Partnerships Information Center Visitor Information Conservation Fellowship News Stories Staff Jobs Internships and Scholarships Donate to the Kino Bay Center Send Us a Message Find us on Facebook Prescott College Home Kino Bay Center Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Project Description The Isla Alcatraz Yellow footed Gull colony is significant comprised of 350 nests and an estimated 2 of the global breeding population Previous Prescott College studies have identified the nesting season and location of Yellow footed Gulls on Isla Alcatraz as well as the periods of high human use on the island Because this species nests in the spring on the beaches of the island they are susceptible to disturbance during the high human use periods around Semana Santa Easter Spatial distribution and nest success is monitored to assess the impact of Semana Santa visitors on the colony to inform island management Project Results Little disturbance was observed during the Easter holiday in 2009 2010 and 2011 Reports Publications Reporte de proyectos de investigación en el Área de Protección de Flora y Fauna Islas del Golfo de California 2010 11 Centro de Estudios Culturales y Ecológicos Prescott College A C Bahía Kino Sonora Reporte de proyectos de investigación en el Area de Proteccion de Flora y Fauna Islas del Golfo de California 2009 2010 Centro de Estudios Culturales y Ecológicos Prescott College A C Bahía Kino Sonora Research and Conservation Program Report 2007 2011 Prescott College Kino Bay Center for Cultural and Ecological Studies Information Center The

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  • Isla Alcatraz Program
    Financial Aid Virtual Tour Give to Prescott College Sustainability Employment Opportunities Español Isla Alcatraz Program Kino Bay Center Home Estero Santa Cruz Ramsar Site Kino Bay Center Photo Gallery Regional Ecology Culture Classes Programs Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Marine Mammal Studies Shrimp Trawler By catch Studies Wetland Studies Research Support and Collaboration Environmental Education Community Leadership Indigenous Community Partnership High School Partnerships Information Center Visitor Information Conservation Fellowship News Stories Staff Jobs Internships and Scholarships Donate to the Kino Bay Center Send Us a Message Find us on Facebook Prescott College Home Kino Bay Center Research Conservation Waterbird Monitoring Studies Project Description Isla Alcatraz is a small island located 1 4 km offshore of the town of Bahía Kino Sonora Mexico In 1999 Prescott College in collaboration with CONANP APFF Islas del Golfo de California began a 5 year program to gather baseline information about the island This included both ecological and human use inventories and information on the vegetation communities ichthyofauna marine invertebrates marine algae mammals nesting cormorants and wading birds and offshore and on shore human use of the island These data were analyzed to develop a management plan for the island and submitted to CONANP in 2005 Subsequent ongoing monitoring of the nesting bird populations has occurred resulting in three publications Duberstein et al 2005 Pfister et al 2006 Galvan 2007 Prescott College has been the only organization monitoring these waterbird populations for the past 11 years Due to the relatively large amount of information known about Isla Alcatraz and its proximity to shore and the community of Bahía Kino Isla Alcatraz is a classroom case study and model for island conservation and management in the Gulf of California All studies on Isla Alcatraz are done in collaboration with CONANP Project Results Continued monitoring and directed studies have found 14 species of nesting waterbirds on Isla Alcatraz including the largest known nesting colony in the eastern Midriff Islands of the federally protected Craveri s Murrelet listed as endangered under NOM 059 SEMARNAT 2010 The two principle groups of people using the island were tourists and fishermen The non native house mouse Mus musculus was found to exist on the island over forty species of plants were recorded a vegetation community map was generated using GIS and the presence of the fish eating bat Myotis Vivesi was confirmed All data were analyzed and included in a management plan solicited by and submitted to CONANP APFF Islas del Golfo de California The Kino Bay Center Environmental Education Program in collaboration with CONANP facilitates annual environmental education activities in the fifth and sixth grade classrooms of Bahia Kino to raise awareness about the island s ecological and social importance and to promote citizen participation in island conservation Reports Publications Reporte de proyectos de investigación en el Área de Protección deFlora y Fauna Islas del Golfo de California 2010 11 Centro de Estudios Culturales y Ecológicos Prescott College A C Bahía Kino Sonora Reporte de proyectos de investigación en el

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