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Robert E. Gill Jr.

Title: Research Wildlife Biologist
Address: 4210 University Dr., Anchorage, AK 99508-4626
Phone: (907) 786-7184
Fax: (907) 786-7021
Email: rgill@usgs.gov

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Education and/or Training

M.S.1972San Jose State University, San Jose, CABiology
B.A.1970San Jose State College, San Jose, CAWildlife Management

Areas of Specialization and/or Research Interests

Avian migration, population assessment, demographics, shorebird ecology and conservation, estuarine ecology.

Professional Experience

1996 - PresentWildlife Biologist, USGS, Alaska Science Center, Anchorage, Alaska
1993 - 1996Wildlife Biologist, NBS Alaska Science Center, Anchorage, Alaska
1987 - 1993Wildlife Biologist, USFWS, Alaska Fish and Wildlife Research Center, Anchorage, Alaska
1984 - 1987Wildlife Biologist, Denver Wildlife Research Center, Anchorage, Alaska
1981 - 1983Wildlife Biologist, Seattle National Fisheries Research Center, Anchorage, Alaska
1976 - 1980Wildlife Biologist, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Anchorage, Alaska
1973 - 1976Wildlife Biologist, California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, California

Professional Activities and/or Memberships

Western Field Ornithologists (Board of Directors, 1999-present; Assoc. Editor)
Cooper Ornithological Society (Life Member)
American Ornithologists' Union (Life Member, Elected Member)
Wader Study Group (Executive Committee, 1999-2008; Assoc. Editor)
Arctic Institute of North America (Life Member)
Australasian Wader Studies Group (North American Representative, 2001-present)
Russian Working Group on Waders
New Zealand Wader Study Group
Miranda Naturalists Trust (Life Member)
Australasian Wader Study Group

Websites of Interest

Shorebird Research at the Alaska Science Center

Publications

Total pubs: 83

Amundson, C. L., C. M. Handel, D. R. Ruthrauff, T. L. Tibbitts, and R. E. Gill, Jr.. In Review. Hierarchical models of bird distribution and abundance across national parks of southwestern Alaska. USGS Open-File Report. [Details]

Hooijmejer, J., R. E. Gill, Jr., D. M. Mulcahy, T. L. Tibbitts, R. Kentie, G. J. Gerritsen, L. W. Bruinzeel, C. Tijssen, C. M. Harwood, and T. Piersma. 2014. Abdominally implanted satellite transmitters affect reproduction and survival rather than migration of large shorebirds. Journal of Ornithology 155(2):447-457. doi:10.1007/s10336-013-1026-4 [Details] [Full Publication]

Gill, R. E., Jr., D. C. Douglas, C. M. Handel, T. L. Tibbitts, G. Hufford, and T. Piersma. 2014. Hemispheric-scale wind selection facilitates bar-tailed godwit circum-migration of the Pacific. Animal Behaviour 90:117-130. doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2014.01.020 [Details] [Full Publication]

Sonsthagen, S. A., T. L. Tibbitts, R. E. Gill, Jr., I. Williams, and S. L. Talbot. 2014. Spatial genetic structure of bristle-thighed curlews (Numenius tahitiensis): breeding area differentiation not reflected on the non-breeding grounds. Conservation Genetics In Press. doi:10.1007/s10592-014-0654-4 [Details] [Full Publication]

Ruthrauff, D. R., A. A. Dekinga, R. E. Gill, Jr., and T. Piersma. 2013. Identical metabolic rate and thermal conductance in Rock Sandpiper (Calidris ptilocnemis) subspecies with contrasting nonbreeding life histories. The Auk 130(1):1-9. doi:10.1525/auk.2012.12081 [Details] [Full Publication]

Gill, R. E., Jr., C. M. Handel, and D. R. Ruthrauff. 2013. Intercontinental migratory connectivity and population structuring of Dunlins (Calidris alpina) from western Alaska. Condor 115(3):525-534. doi:10.1525/cond.2013.120127 [Details] [Full Publication]

Warnock, N., C. M. Handel, R. E. Gill, Jr., and B. J. McCaffery. 2013. Residency times and patterns of movement of postbreeding Dunlin on a subarctic staging area. Arctic 66(4):In Press. [Details]

Ruthrauff, D. R., R. E. Gill, Jr., and T. L. Tibbitts. 2013. Coping with the cold: an ecological framework for the abundance and distribution of rock sandpipers during winter in upper Cook Inlet, Alaska. Arctic 66(3):269-278. [Details]

Ruthrauff, D. R., A. A. Dekinga, R. E. Gill, Jr., R. W. Summers, and T. Piersma. 2013. Ecological correlates of variable organ sizes and fat loads in the most northerly-wintering shorebirds. Canadian Journal of Zoology 91(10):698-705. doi:10.1139/cjz-2013-0070 [Details] [Full Publication]

Battley, P. F., N. Warnock, T. L. Tibbitts, R. E. Gill, Jr., T. Piersma, C. J. Hassell, D. C. Douglas, D. M. Mulcahy, B. D. Gartrell, R. Schuckard, D. S. Melville, and A. C. Riegen. 2012. Contrasting extreme long-distance migration patterns in Bar-tailed Godwits Limosa lapponica. Journal of Avian Biology 43(1):21-32. doi:10.1111/j.1600-048X.2011.05473.x [Details] [Full Publication]

Sutherland, W. J., J. A. Alves, T. Amano, C. H. Chang, N. C. Davidson, C. M. Finlayson, J. A. Gill, R. E. Gill, Jr., P. M. González, T. G. Gunnarsson, D. Kleijn, C. J. Spray, T. Székely, and D. B. A. Thompson. 2012. A horizon scanning assessment of current and potential future threats facing migratory shorebirds. Ibis 154(4):663-679. doi:10.1111/j.1474-919X.2012.01261.x [Details] [Full Publication]

Gutiérrez, J. S., M. W. Dietz, J. A. Masero, R. E. Gill, Jr., A. A. Dekinga, P. F. Battley, J. M. Sánchez-Guzmán, and T. Piersma. 2012. Functional ecology of saltglands in shorebirds; flexible responses to variable environmental conditions. Functional Ecology 26(1):236-244. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2435.2011.01929.x [Details] [Full Publication]

Ruthrauff, D. R., T. L. Tibbitts, R. E. Gill, Jr., M. N. Dementyev, and C. M. Handel. 2012. Small population size of Pribilof Rock Sandpipers confirmed through distance-sampling surveys in Alaska. Condor 114:544-551. [Details]

Williams, I., B. M. Guzzetti, J. R. Gust, G. K. Sage, R. E. Gill, Jr., T. L. Tibbitts, S. A. Sonsthagen, and S. L. Talbot. 2012. Polymorphic microsatellite loci identified through development and cross-species amplification within shorebirds (Charadriidae and Scolopacidae). Journal of Ornithology 153(2):593-601. doi:10.1007/s10336-011-0811-1 [Details] [Full Publication]

Hall, J. S., J. C. Franson, R. E. Gill, Jr., C. U. Meteyer, J. L. TeSlaa, S. Nashold, R. J. Dusek, and H. S. Ip. 2011. Experimental challenge and pathogenesis of HPAI H5N1 in Dunlin (Calidris alpina), an intercontinental migratory species. Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses 5(5):365-372. doi:10.1111/j.1750-2659.2011.00238.x [Details] [Full Publication]

Lindstrom, A., R. E. Gill, Jr., S. E. Jamieson, B. J. McCaffery, L. Wennerberg, M. Wikelski, and M. Klaassen. 2011. A puzzling migratory detour: Are fueling conditions in Alaska driving the movement of juvenile Sharp-tailed Sandpipers?. Condor 113(1):129-139. doi:10.1525/cond.2011.090171 [Details] [Full Publication]

Mulcahy, D. M., B. D. Gartrell, R. E. Gill, Jr., T. L. Tibbitts, and D. R. Ruthrauff. 2011. Coelomic implantation of satellite transmitters in the Bar-tailed Godwit (Limosa lapponica) and the Bristle-thighed Curlew (Numenius tahitiensis) using Propofol, Bupivacaine, and Lidocaine. Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery 42(1):54-64. [Details] [Full Publication]

Pearce, J. M., A. M. Ramey, H. S. Ip, and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 2010. Limited evidence of trans-hemispheric movement of avian influenza viruses among contemporary North American shorebird isolates. Virus Research 148(1-2):44-50. doi:10.1016/j.virusres.2009.12.002 [Details] [Full Publication]

Handel, C. M. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 2010. Wayward youth: Trans-Beringian movement and differential southward migration by juvenile Sharp-tailed Sandpipers. Arctic 63(3):273-288. [Details] [Full Publication]

Gill, R. E., Jr., P. S. Tomkovich, R. David, M. N. Dementyev, and A. Dibben-Young. 2010. Longevity, movements, and site fidelity in Wandering Tattlers Heteroscelus incanus. Wader Study Group Bulletin 117:187-189. [Details]

Fernandez, G., J. B. Buchanan, R. E. Gill, Jr., R. B. Lanctot, and N. Warnock. 2010. Conservation plan for Dunlins with breeding populations in North America (Calidris alpina arcticola, C. a. pacifica, and C. a. hudsonia). Version 1.1. Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Manomet, Massachusetts. Manomet Center for Conservation Science and Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network [Details]

McCaffery, B. J., R. E. Gill, Jr., D. S. Melville, A. C. Riegen, P. S. Tomkovich, M. N. Dementyev, M. G. Sexson, R. Schuckard, and S. Lovibond. 2010. Variation in timing, behaviour, and plumage of spring migrant Bar-tailed Godwits on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska. Wader Study Group Bulletin 117:179-185. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., T. L. Tibbitts, D. C. Douglas, C. M. Handel, D. M. Mulcahy, J. C. Gottschalck, N. Warnock, B. J. McCaffery, P. F. Battley, and T. Piersma. 2009. Extreme endurance flights by landbirds crossing the Pacific Ocean: Ecological corridor rather than barrier?. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276(1656):447-457. doi:10.1098/rspb.2008.1142 [Details] [Full Publication]

Ip, H. S., P. L. Flint, J. C. Franson, R. J. Dusek, D. V. Derksen, R. E. Gill, Jr., C. R. Ely, J. M. Pearce, R. B. Lanctot, S. M. Matsuoka, D. B. Irons, J. B. Fischer, R. M. Oates, M. R. Petersen, T. F. Fondell, D. A. Rocque, J. C. Pedersen, and T. C. Rothe. 2008. Prevalence of influenza A viruses in wild migratory birds in Alaska: Patterns of variation in detection at the crossroads of international flyways. Virology Journal 5:71. doi:10.1186/1743-422x-5-71 [Details] [Full Publication]

Davidson, N. C. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 2008. How do Ruddy Turnstones Arenaria interpres prepare to cross the Pacific?. Wader Study Group Bulletin 115:33-35. [Details]

Davidson, N. C. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 2008. How do Ruddy Turnstones Arenaria interpres prepare to cross the Pacific? - a "pre-script" . . .. Wader Study Group Bulletin 115:127. [Details]

McCaffery, B. J., C. M. Handel, R. E. Gill, Jr., and D. R. Ruthrauff. 2007. The blind men and the elephant: Concerns about the use of juvenile proportion data. Stilt 50:194-204. [Details] [Full Publication]

Ruthrauff, D. R., T. L. Tibbitts, R. E. Gill, Jr., and C. M. Handel. 2007. Inventory of montane-nesting birds in Katmai and Lake Clark National Parks and Preserves. Final Report to the National Park Service, USGS Alaska Science Center, Anchorage, Alaska. [Details] [Full Publication]

Piersma, T., R. E. Gill, Jr., P. DeGoeij, A. A. Dekinga, M. L. Shepherd, D. R. Ruthrauff, and T. L. Tibbitts. 2006. Shorebird avoidance of nearshore feeding and roosting areas at night correlates with presence of a nocturnal avian predator. Wader Study Group Bulletin 109:73-76. [Details]

Morrison, G., B. J. McCaffery, R. E. Gill, Jr., S. K. Skagen, S. L. Jones, G. W. Page, C. L. Gratto-Trevor, and B. Andres. 2006. Populations estimates of North American shorebirds, 2006. Wader Study Group Bulletin 111:67-85. [Details]

Stroud, D., D. P. Smith, D. E. Blanco, N. C. Davidson, B. Ganter, R. E. Gill, Jr., P. M. González, L. Haanstra, R. I. G. Morrison, T. Piersma, D. Scott, O. Thorup, R. West, J. Wilson, and C. Zockler. 2006. The conservation and population status of the world's waders at the turn of the millennium. Boere, G., C. Galbraith, and D. Stroud, (eds.). Waterbirds around the world. The Stationery Office, Edinburgh, UK. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., T. Piersma, G. Hufford, R. Servranckx, and A. C. Riegen. 2005. Crossing the ultimate ecological barrier: Evidence for an 11,000-km-long non-stop flight from Alaska to New Zealand and Eastern Australia by Bar-tailed Godwits. Condor 107:1-20. [Details]

Tibbitts, T. L., D. R. Ruthrauff, R. E. Gill, Jr., and C. M. Handel. 2005. Inventory of montane-nesting birds in the Arctic Network of National Parks, Alaska. Arctic Network Inventory and Monitoring Program, USDI National Park Service NPS/AKARCN/NRTR-2006/02, 156 p. [Details]

Talbot, S. L., J. R. Gust, G. K. Sage, R. E. Gill, Jr., T. L. Tibbitts, R. B. Lanctot, and B. J. McCaffery. 2004. Population differentiation of breeding Bristle-thighed Curlews (Numenius tahitiensis). USGS Unpublished Report. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and P. S. Tomkovich. 2004. Subarctic, alpine nesting by Baird's Sandpipers Calidris bairdii. Wader Study Group Bulletin 104:1-13. [Details]

Marks, J. S., T. L. Tibbitts, R. E. Gill, Jr., and B. J. McCaffery. 2002. Bristle-thighed Curlew (Numenius tahitiensis). No. 705 in A. Poole and F. Gill, (eds.). The Birds of North America, Philadelphia, PA, USA. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., P. S. Tomkovich, and B. J. McCaffery. 2002. Rock Sandpiper (Calidris ptilocnemis). No. 691 in A. Poole and F. Gill, (eds.). The Birds of North America, Philadelphia, PA, USA. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., P. S. Tomkovich, and B. J. McCaffery. 2002. Wandering Tattler (Heteroscelus incanus). No. 642 in A. Poole and F. Gill, (eds.). The Birds of North America, Philadelphia, PA, USA. [Details]

Morrison, R. I. G., R. E. Gill, Jr., B. A. Harrington, S. K. Skagen, G. W. Page, C. L. Gratto-Trevor, and S. M. Haig. 2001. Estimates of shorebirds populations in North America. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper 104. [Details]

McCaffery, B. J. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 2001. Bar-tailed Godwit (Limosa lapponica). No. 581 in A. Poole and F. Gill, (eds.). The Birds of North America, Philadelphia, PA, USA. [Details]

Handel, C. M. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 2001. Black Turnstone (Arenaria melanocephala). No. 593 in A. Poole and F. Gill, (eds.). The Birds of North America, Philadelphia, PA, USA. [Details]

Handel, C. M. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 2000. Mate fidelity and breeding site tenacity in a monogamous sandpiper, the Black Turnstone. Animal Behaviour 58:471-481. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and B. J. McCaffery. 1999. Bar-tailed godwits (Limosa lapponica) in Alaska: a population estimate from the staging grounds. Wader Study Group Bulletin 88:49-54. [Details]

Piersma, T. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 1998. Guts don't fly: small digestive organs in obese Bar-tailed Godwits. The Auk 115:196-203. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and T. L. Tibbitts. 1998. Seasonal shorebird use of intertidal habitats in Cook Inlet, Alaska. Final Report. U.S. Department of Interior. MMS OCS Study 99-0012 [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., P. Canevari, and E. Iversen. 1998. Eskimo Curlew (Numenius borealis). No. 337 in A. Poole and F. Gill, (eds.). The Birds of North America, Philadelphia, PA, USA. [Details]

Foin, T. C., E. J. Garcia, R. E. Gill, Jr., S. D. Culberson, and J. N. Collins. 1997. Recovery strategies for the California Clapper Rail (Rallus longirostris obsoletus) in the heavily-urbanized San Francisco estuarine ecosystem. Landscape and Urban Planning 38:229-243. [Details]

Warnock, N. W. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 1996. Dunlin (Calidris alpina). No. 203 in A. Poole and F. Gill, (eds.). The Birds of North America, Philadelphia, PA, USA. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. 1996. Alaska shorebirds: status and conservation measures at a terminus of the East Asian-Australasian flyway. Wetlands International-Asia Pacific, Kuala Lumpur, and International Waterfowl and Wetlands Research Bureau-Japan Committee, Tokyo(116):21-42. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., C. A. Babcock, C. M. Handel, W. R. Bulter, Jr., and D. G. Raveling. 1996. Migration, fidelity, and use of autumn staging grounds in Alaska by Cackling Canada Geese (Branta canadensis minima). Wildfowl 47:42-61. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and S. E. Senner. 1996. Alaska and its importance to Western Hemisphere shorebirds. International Wader Studies 8:8-14. [Details]

Lanctot, R. B., R. E. Gill, Jr., T. L. Tibbitts, and C. M. Handel. 1995. Brood amalgamation in the Bristle-thighed Curlew (Numenius tahitiensis): process and function. Ibis 137:559-569. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., C. M. Handel, and G. W. Page. 1995. Western North American shorebirds. Pages 60-65 in E. T. LaRoe III, G. S. Farris, C. E. Puckett and P. D. Doran, (eds.). Our Living Resources 1994: A report to the nation on the distribution, abundance and health of U.S. plants, animals and ecosystems. US Deptartment of Interior, National Biological Service, 530 p. [Details]

Page, G. W. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 1994. Shorebirds in western North America: late 1800s to late 1900s. Studies in Avian Biology 15:147-160. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., R. W. Butler, P. S. Tomkovich, T. Mundkur, and C. M. Handel. 1994. Conservation of North Pacific shorebirds. Transactions of the North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 59:63-78. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and K. L. Kincheloe. 1993. Are Bald Eagles an important predator of Emperor Geese?. Journal of Raptor Research 27:34-36. [Details]

McCaffery, B. J. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 1992. Antipredator strategies in breeding Bristle-thighed Curlews. American Birds 46:378-383. [Details]

Handel, C. M. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 1992. Roosting behavior of premigratory Dunlins (Calidris alpina). The Auk 109:57-72. [Details]

Handel, C. M. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 1992. Breeding distribution of the Black Turnstone. Wilson Bulletin 104:122-135. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and R. L. Redmond. 1992. Distribution, numbers, and habitat associations of Bristle-thighed Curlews (Numenius tahitiensis) on Rangiora Atoll. Notornis 39:17-26. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., R. B. Lanctot, J. D. Mason, and C. M. Handel. 1991. Observations on habitat use, breeding chronology and parental care in Bristle-thighed Curlews on the Seward Peninsula, Alaska. Wader Study Group Bulletin 61:28-36. [Details]

Marks, J. S., R. L. Redmond, P. Hendricks, R. B. Clapp, and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 1990. Notes on longevity and flightlessness in Bristle-thighed Curlews. The Auk 107:779-781. [Details]

Norton, D. W., S. E. Senner, R. E. Gill, Jr., P. D. Martin, J. M. Wright, and A. K. Fukuyama. 1990. Shorebirds and herring roe in Prince William Sound, Alaska. American Birds 44:367-371/508. [Details]

Lobdell, J. E. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 1990. Avifaunal remains from the Utqiagvik Village site, North Alaska. Pages 280-284 in E. F. Hall, Jr., (ed.). Utqiagvik Excavations. Volume 1. North Slope Borough Commission on Inupiat history, language and culture. Barrow, Barrow, AK, USA. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and C. M. Handel. 1990. The importance of subarctic intertidal habitats to shorebirds: a study of the central Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska. Condor 92:709-725. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., B. J. McCaffery, and T. G. Tobish. 1988. Bristle-thighed Curlews, biologists, and bird tours - a place for all. Birding 20:148-155. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. 1986. What won't Turnstones eat?. British Birds 79:402-403. [Details]

Handel, C. M. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 1983. Yellow birds stand out in a crowd. North American Bird Bander 8:6-9. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and L. R. Mewaldt. 1983. Pacific Coast Caspian Terns: dynamics of an expanding population. The Auk 100:369-381. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., C. M. Handel, and L. A. Shelton. 1983. Memorial to a Black Turnstone: An exemplar of breeding and wintering site fidelity. North American Bird Bander 8:98-101. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and J. D. Hall. 1983. Use of nearshore and estuarine areas by gray whales (Eschrichtius robustus) in the eastern Bering Sea. Arctic 36:275-281. [Details]

Petersen, M. R. and R. E. Gill, Jr.. 1982. Population and status of Emperor Geese along the north side of the Alaska Peninsula. Wildfowl 33:31-38. [Details]

Handel, C. M., M. R. Petersen, R. E. Gill, Jr., and C. J. Lensink. 1981. An annotated bibliography of literature on Alaskan water birds. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Biological Report (formerly FWS/OBS) 81/12, 515 p. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr., M. R. Petersen, and P. D. Jorgensen. 1981. Birds of the northcentral Alaska Peninsula, 1976-1980. Arctic 34:286-306. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and C. M. Handel. 1981. Shorebirds of the eastern Bering Sea. Pages 719-738 in D. W. Hood and J. A. Calder, (eds.). The eastern Bering Sea shelf: oceanography and resources. Vol. 2. University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA, USA. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and C. M. Handel. 1980. First record of the Common Cuckoo from mainland North America. Condor 82:472. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and L. R. Mewaldt. 1979. Dispersal and migration of San Francisco Bay produced Herons, Egrets, and Terns. North American Bird Bander 4:4-13. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. 1979. Status and distribution of the California Clapper Rail (Rallus longirostris obsoletus). California Fish and Game 65:36-49. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and G. A. Sanger. 1979. Tufted Puffins nesting in estuarine habitat. The Auk 96:792-794. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. and P. D. Jorgensen. 1979. A preliminary assessment of the timing and migration of shorebirds along the northcentral Alaska Peninsula. Studies in Avian Biology 2:110-120. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. 1977. Breeding avifauna of the South San Francisco Bay estuary. Nesting Birds 8:1-12. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. 1977. Unusual foraging by a Fork-tailed Storm-petrel. The Auk 94:385-386. [Details]

Gill, R. E., Jr. 1976. On the foraging and prey selection of nesting Caspian Terns. California Fish and Game 62:155. [Details]

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