Oregon Sea Grant

Oregon Sea Grant Science serving Oregon's coast Based at Oregon State University since 1971, Oregon Sea Grant funds research, outreach, scholarships and K-12 marine education.

We also run the public education wing at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport.

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On IndividuWhale.com, which was funded partly by Oregon Sea Grant, people can meet:🐳 Buttons, who has been issued an hon...
12/30/2021
New website describes 9 of Oregon’s gray whales

On IndividuWhale.com, which was funded partly by Oregon Sea Grant, people can meet:
🐳 Buttons, who has been issued an honorary library card by the Port Orford Public Library.
🐳 Solé, who can be spotted at her favorite foraging ground she returns to each year.
🐳 Scarlett (shown here), who has a large scar on her back and has been observed in the Pacific Northwest since 1996.
🐳 Six other "whale-known" cetaceans.

After reading about the whales, people can try their hand at identifying them through photos. They can also learn about how researchers use photos, drones and p**p samples to study whales; why kelp forests are important to gray whales; and what stresses whales out.

On IndividuWhale.com, which was funded partly by Oregon Sea Grant, people can try their hand at identifying the whales through photos.

Environmental consultant Sergio Vallesi will offer two online workshops about watershed degradation and restoration on J...
12/22/2021

Environmental consultant Sergio Vallesi will offer two online workshops about watershed degradation and restoration on Jan. 26 and March 30. Oregon Sea Grant's Guillermo Giannico is coordinating the events. Register at bit.ly/32pW0Tc.

Participants will learn about the various degrees and causes of watershed degradation, and methods of prioritizing, planning and interlinking watershed restoration projects. Cost is $150 for each workshop or $250 for both. The workshops are designed for people who include coordinators and technicians at watershed councils and staff at soil and water conservation districts.

Sergio is a consultant for the World Bank Group, among other clients. He has experience in water resource engineering, dam safety, watershed ecology, environmental impact assessments and economic valuations.

Environmental consultant Sergio Vallesi will offer two online workshops about watershed degradation and restoration on Jan. 26 and March 30. Oregon Sea Grant's Guillermo Giannico is coordinating the events. Register at bit.ly/32pW0Tc.

Participants will learn about the various degrees and causes of watershed degradation, and methods of prioritizing, planning and interlinking watershed restoration projects. Cost is $150 for each workshop or $250 for both. The workshops are designed for people who include coordinators and technicians at watershed councils and staff at soil and water conservation districts.

Sergio is a consultant for the World Bank Group, among other clients. He has experience in water resource engineering, dam safety, watershed ecology, environmental impact assessments and economic valuations.

Do you work for a tribe, public agency, nonprofit or nongovernmental organization? Want to host an intern this summer? C...
12/21/2021

Do you work for a tribe, public agency, nonprofit or nongovernmental organization? Want to host an intern this summer? Check out Oregon Sea Grant's summer scholars program at bit.ly/2L2WCDK.

For 10 weeks, paid undergraduates assist hosts with field and lab work, policy development or public engagement. University faculty can apply to host if they’re partnered with a government agency. Applications are due Jan. 7.

Past hosts have included ODFW, the Haystack Rock Awareness Program, the South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve and the USDA Agricultural Research Service in Newport.

Do you work for a tribe, public agency, nonprofit or nongovernmental organization? Want to host an intern this summer? Check out Oregon Sea Grant's summer scholars program at bit.ly/2L2WCDK.

For 10 weeks, paid undergraduates assist hosts with field and lab work, policy development or public engagement. University faculty can apply to host if they’re partnered with a government agency. Applications are due Jan. 7.

Past hosts have included ODFW, the Haystack Rock Awareness Program, the South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve and the USDA Agricultural Research Service in Newport.

Do you haul a boat? #DYK they can carry aquatic invasive species like quagga and zebra mussels? That's why they need to ...
12/20/2021

Do you haul a boat? #DYK they can carry aquatic invasive species like quagga and zebra mussels? That's why they need to be inspected. If you're hauling a boat to Washington, Oregon, Idaho or Montana, call 1-844-311-4873 so you can avoid travel delays, and inspectors can ensure you're complying with the law. bit.ly/3pc3FO7

On the call, you say where the watercraft has been and where it's going. The four states are then notified, and a representative can contact you for more information or to arrange for the watercraft to be inspected and perhaps decontaminated.

(photo by James Dominguez)

Do you haul a boat? #DYK they can carry aquatic invasive species like quagga and zebra mussels? That's why they need to be inspected. If you're hauling a boat to Washington, Oregon, Idaho or Montana, call 1-844-311-4873 so you can avoid travel delays, and inspectors can ensure you're complying with the law. bit.ly/3pc3FO7

On the call, you say where the watercraft has been and where it's going. The four states are then notified, and a representative can contact you for more information or to arrange for the watercraft to be inspected and perhaps decontaminated.

(photo by James Dominguez)

Jim Larison, a former head of communications for Oregon Sea Grant, has published a memoir about his time as a filmmaker ...
12/20/2021
Oregon filmmaker looks back on a globe-trotting, often hair-raising, National Geographic career

Jim Larison, a former head of communications for Oregon Sea Grant, has published a memoir about his time as a filmmaker for the National Geographic Society. Jim began working at Oregon Sea Grant in 1978 and became its communications director in 1983.

James Larison’s new memoir, “On Assignment,” recounts his trips throughout the world to make more than 30 environmental films for the National Geographic Society.

Funded by Oregon Sea Grant, researchers at Oregon State University have created a story map about the Klamath River, whi...
12/17/2021

Funded by Oregon Sea Grant, researchers at Oregon State University have created a story map about the Klamath River, which will soon become the site of the largest river restoration project in U.S. history. bit.ly/3mbij6k

Scroll through the maps, text and photos and learn about:
-- The hydropower dams that will be removed over the next several years to restore salmon and improve water quality.
-- Key events involving the river, its users and its fish.
-- How removal of the dams may affect nutrients, oxygen, toxins and algae in the river.
-- Interviews researchers conducted to understand how people view the potential impacts of dam removal.

Funded by Oregon Sea Grant, researchers at Oregon State University have created a story map about the Klamath River, which will soon become the site of the largest river restoration project in U.S. history. bit.ly/3mbij6k

Scroll through the maps, text and photos and learn about:
-- The hydropower dams that will be removed over the next several years to restore salmon and improve water quality.
-- Key events involving the river, its users and its fish.
-- How removal of the dams may affect nutrients, oxygen, toxins and algae in the river.
-- Interviews researchers conducted to understand how people view the potential impacts of dam removal.

Bruce Koike taught volunteers at Oregon Sea Grant's Hatfield Marine Science Center Visitor Center the art of gyotaku thi...
12/16/2021

Bruce Koike taught volunteers at Oregon Sea Grant's Hatfield Marine Science Center Visitor Center the art of gyotaku this week. Here's a print he made of a rockfish. 🐟 🎨

(photos by Adriene Koett-Cronn)

Laura Baker, a Malouf scholar funded by Oregon Sea Grant, gives us an update on her research in this blog post: bit.ly/3...
12/15/2021

Laura Baker, a Malouf scholar funded by Oregon Sea Grant, gives us an update on her research in this blog post: bit.ly/3GLamfS. She's looking at the ecological, economic and cultural importance of razor clams in Oregon. Last summer, she interviewed razor clam harvesters, business owners and community leaders on the northern Oregon coast.

Laura is a master's student in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences - Oregon State University.

Laura Baker, a Malouf scholar funded by Oregon Sea Grant, gives us an update on her research in this blog post: bit.ly/3GLamfS. She's looking at the ecological, economic and cultural importance of razor clams in Oregon. Last summer, she interviewed razor clam harvesters, business owners and community leaders on the northern Oregon coast.

Laura is a master's student in the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences - Oregon State University.

Are you a graduate student interested in coastal resource management and policy? Check out these two-year fellowships: b...
12/14/2021

Are you a graduate student interested in coastal resource management and policy? Check out these two-year fellowships: bit.ly/31Yaf1L. Deadline to apply is Jan. 21. Applications must be submitted to the Sea Grant office in the state where you received or will receive your degree. In Oregon, that would be us. 🙂

You must be a U.S. citizen who will complete a master’s or other advanced degree in the U.S. between Aug. 1, 2020, and July 31, 2022. The 12 positions will start in August 2022 and will be in Alaska, California, Delaware, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Oregon and Washington, D.C.

Are you a graduate student interested in coastal resource management and policy? Check out these two-year fellowships: bit.ly/31Yaf1L. Deadline to apply is Jan. 21. Applications must be submitted to the Sea Grant office in the state where you received or will receive your degree. In Oregon, that would be us. 🙂

You must be a U.S. citizen who will complete a master’s or other advanced degree in the U.S. between Aug. 1, 2020, and July 31, 2022. The 12 positions will start in August 2022 and will be in Alaska, California, Delaware, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Oregon and Washington, D.C.

The National Sea Grant College Program and the NOAA Fisheries Service are accepting applications from doctoral students ...
12/13/2021

The National Sea Grant College Program and the NOAA Fisheries Service are accepting applications from doctoral students for a fellowship of up to three years in marine resource economics. Deadline is Jan. 27. If you're in Oregon, apply through Oregon Sea Grant at bit.ly/2DjE7cI.

The National Sea Grant College Program and the NOAA Fisheries Service are accepting applications from doctoral students for a fellowship of up to three years in marine resource economics. Deadline is Jan. 27. If you're in Oregon, apply through Oregon Sea Grant at bit.ly/2DjE7cI.

The National Sea Grant College Program and the NOAA Fisheries Service are accepting applications from doctoral students ...
12/13/2021

The National Sea Grant College Program and the NOAA Fisheries Service are accepting applications from doctoral students for fellowships of up to three years in marine population and ecosystem dynamics. Deadline is Jan. 27. If you're in Oregon, apply through Oregon Sea Grant at bit.ly/2ZjstHJ.

The National Sea Grant College Program and the NOAA Fisheries Service are accepting applications from doctoral students for fellowships of up to three years in marine population and ecosystem dynamics. Deadline is Jan. 27. If you're in Oregon, apply through Oregon Sea Grant at bit.ly/2ZjstHJ.

Oregon Sea Grant's Leigh Torres is on the cover of the latest issue of the Oregon State University Alumni Association (O...
12/10/2021

Oregon Sea Grant's Leigh Torres is on the cover of the latest issue of the Oregon State University Alumni Association (OSUAA)'s magazine. She's part of a team studying connections between zooplankton, whales and human-made debris. Read the story at bit.ly/3Gw73cq.

Leigh is a professor in the College of Agricultural Sciences - Oregon State University, is with the Marine Mammal Institute and is also a specialist with the Oregon State University Extension Service.

Oregon Sea Grant's Leigh Torres is on the cover of the latest issue of the Oregon State University Alumni Association (OSUAA)'s magazine. She's part of a team studying connections between zooplankton, whales and human-made debris. Read the story at bit.ly/3Gw73cq.

Leigh is a professor in the College of Agricultural Sciences - Oregon State University, is with the Marine Mammal Institute and is also a specialist with the Oregon State University Extension Service.

Interested in how Oregon's coastal communities are dealing with erosion, landslides, flooding and the threat of a tsunam...
12/02/2021

Interested in how Oregon's coastal communities are dealing with erosion, landslides, flooding and the threat of a tsunami? Check out the case studies in this new website developed by Oregon Sea Grant's Felicia Olmeta-Schult. bit.ly/OCHRMapper

Interested in how Oregon's coastal communities are dealing with erosion, landslides, flooding and the threat of a tsunami? Check out the case studies in this new website developed by Oregon Sea Grant's Felicia Olmeta-Schult. bit.ly/OCHRMapper

King tides are expected on the Oregon coast Dec. 3-5. If you plan to visit, be careful of flooding, dangerous waves and ...
12/02/2021

King tides are expected on the Oregon coast Dec. 3-5. If you plan to visit, be careful of flooding, dangerous waves and unusually high tides. Find a safe place to take your photos, far away from the water. www.oregonkingtides.net

Pictured here is Nehalem during the Nov. 6 king tide. (photo by Tyler Sloan)

King tides are expected on the Oregon coast Dec. 3-5. If you plan to visit, be careful of flooding, dangerous waves and unusually high tides. Find a safe place to take your photos, far away from the water. www.oregonkingtides.net

Pictured here is Nehalem during the Nov. 6 king tide. (photo by Tyler Sloan)

Police received calls that a sea lion was moving through a trailer park. Police, firefighters and others spent hours coa...
12/02/2021
Sea lion lost in neighborhood

Police received calls that a sea lion was moving through a trailer park. Police, firefighters and others spent hours coaxing the young, male sea lion back to the water. After several breaks to help manage his stress and soak him with garden hoses, he was successfully guided back to the river.

A Lincoln City neighborhood received an unusual visitor Friday evening when a sea lion made its way onto land from the Siletz River and wandered out onto the road before

Getting ready for holiday travel? Students with Oregon Sea Grant's Academic Traveler program can tell you what not to pa...
12/02/2021

Getting ready for holiday travel? Students with Oregon Sea Grant's Academic Traveler program can tell you what not to pack so you don't carry pests and diseases on food and handicrafts. Stop by their table in the Quad by the Memorial Union (MU) - Oregon State University on Dec. 2 from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. You can fill out their survey on travel and get a snack, ramen and swag while you learn about the risks of these invasive species. #DontPackAPest

Getting ready for holiday travel? Students with Oregon Sea Grant's Academic Traveler program can tell you what not to pack so you don't carry pests and diseases on food and handicrafts. Stop by their table in the Quad by the Memorial Union (MU) - Oregon State University on Dec. 2 from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. You can fill out their survey on travel and get a snack, ramen and swag while you learn about the risks of these invasive species. #DontPackAPest

🦀 Looks like Dungeness crab will be on the menu this holiday season. Oregon fishermen can begin pulling up their pots to...
12/01/2021

🦀 Looks like Dungeness crab will be on the menu this holiday season. Oregon fishermen can begin pulling up their pots today as the 2021-22 crabbing season kicks off. This is the first time the harvest has opened on time since the 2014-15 season. 🦀

🦀 Looks like Dungeness crab will be on the menu this holiday season. Oregon fishermen can begin pulling up their pots today as the 2021-22 crabbing season kicks off. This is the first time the harvest has opened on time since the 2014-15 season. 🦀

We are pleased to introduce Kaegan Scully-Engelmeyer, who today begins a one-year fellowship managed by Oregon Sea Grant...
12/01/2021

We are pleased to introduce Kaegan Scully-Engelmeyer, who today begins a one-year fellowship managed by Oregon Sea Grant and funded by Oregon DEQ. He will help convene and facilitate a group that will develop methodologies for assessing how ocean acidification and hypoxia impact Oregon's ocean.

He will also review scientific literature, compile and analyze data, develop informational materials and assist DEQ with preparing reports.

Kaegan earned a doctorate this year from the Portland State University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.

We are pleased to introduce Kaegan Scully-Engelmeyer, who today begins a one-year fellowship managed by Oregon Sea Grant and funded by Oregon DEQ. He will help convene and facilitate a group that will develop methodologies for assessing how ocean acidification and hypoxia impact Oregon's ocean.

He will also review scientific literature, compile and analyze data, develop informational materials and assist DEQ with preparing reports.

Kaegan earned a doctorate this year from the Portland State University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.

Flushable wipes? Not so much! Since the pandemic hit, marinas have seen a strong uptick in the amount of boaters putting...
11/30/2021

Flushable wipes? Not so much! Since the pandemic hit, marinas have seen a strong uptick in the amount of boaters putting “flushable” wipes into their heads or port-a-potties. This ends up clogging pumpout and port-a-potty dump stations because these wipes do not break down, and instead cause serious problems to equipment.

Many managers of coastal pumpout and port-a-potty dump stations in Oregon have described significant issues with wipes clogging their systems since the start of the pandemic. The wipes caused blockages that shut down some facilities for days to weeks while managers tore up yards of piping to find and remove the clog and replace the pipes. In one case, a clog had created so much pressure that the pumpout station broke, and sewage spilled into the waterway.

Flushable wipes? Not so much! Since the pandemic hit, marinas have seen a strong uptick in the amount of boaters putting “flushable” wipes into their heads or port-a-potties. This ends up clogging pumpout and port-a-potty dump stations because these wipes do not break down, and instead cause serious problems to equipment.

Many managers of coastal pumpout and port-a-potty dump stations in Oregon have described significant issues with wipes clogging their systems since the start of the pandemic. The wipes caused blockages that shut down some facilities for days to weeks while managers tore up yards of piping to find and remove the clog and replace the pipes. In one case, a clog had created so much pressure that the pumpout station broke, and sewage spilled into the waterway.

In this podcast, Oregon Sea Grant's Felicia Olmeta-Schult interviews Tiara Moore, a postdoctoral scholar at The Nature C...
11/29/2021

In this podcast, Oregon Sea Grant's Felicia Olmeta-Schult interviews Tiara Moore, a postdoctoral scholar at The Nature Conservancy and the founder of A WOC Space and Black in Marine Science. Tiara talks about environmental DNA, falling in love with the ocean, and the struggles of being #BIMS. bit.ly/31augSk

Felicia hosts the podcast as a volunteer with Coastal News Today.

In this podcast, Oregon Sea Grant's Felicia Olmeta-Schult interviews Tiara Moore, a postdoctoral scholar at The Nature Conservancy and the founder of A WOC Space and Black in Marine Science. Tiara talks about environmental DNA, falling in love with the ocean, and the struggles of being #BIMS. bit.ly/31augSk

Felicia hosts the podcast as a volunteer with Coastal News Today.

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1600 SW Western Blvd, Ste 350
Corvallis, OR
97333

We are located in the University Plaza office building, on the southwest corner of Western Blvd. and 15th Street, just south of the main OSU campus. Corvallis Transit System buses stop at several nearby locations.

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Oregon Sea Grant is part of a nationwide network of 34 Sea Grant programs under the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. We are based at Oregon State University, with additional offices at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport and elsewhere on the Oregon coast.

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Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

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#BestofSeaGrant Oregon Sea Grant’s popular Shop at the Dock tours returned to Newport this summer! The tours teach people how seafood is caught and how to buy it from fishermen off their boats. See the stops on a tour led by Angee Doerr: bit.ly/OR-SG-shopatthedock. Photo of Angee Doerr, a fisheries specialist with Oregon Sea Grant, leading a Shop at the Dock tour in Newport, OR by Trav Williams of Broken Banjo Photography. #FishyFriday #fish #seafood #fishing #fishermen #docks #local #tourism #ocean #coasts
Seabirds, such as the #endangered Short-tailed albatross, often flock to fishing vessels attracted by bait meant for fish. They can become injured or killed in fishing gear. Fortunately, the combined efforts of fishermen, scientists, and policymakers have reduced seabird deaths substantially. Learn about the 6 Ways U.S. Fisheries Reduce Albatross Bycatch: https://go.usa.gov/xeyxy GET INVOLVED! Join us for a virtual meeting on December 10, 2021 from 9am to 2pm PST for a presentation on our results from research projects observing seabird cable strikes and other interactions, as well as testing of mitigation measures in the West Coast at-sea whiting fishery: https://go.usa.gov/xeytS #Seabirds #Fisherman #Bycatch #Fisheries #Ocean #OceanProtection #Bait #Birds #OceanLife #FishWatch #SustainableSeafood #Albatross Oregon Sea Grant Washington Sea Grant Oregon State University Hatfield Academic Programs NOAA Fisheries Service
Think twice before disposing of "disposable wipes!" Thank you Oregon Sea Grant for helping with education and maintenance inspections to help protect our waterways.
While the Fishermen First Aid and Safety Training (FFAST) program equips fishermen with tools and know-how to best respond to fishing- related injuries, organizations like the Newport Fishermen's Wives show us how important community resiliency is and how FFAST is part of it. This video was produced by the OSU Marine Studies Initiative with assistance from the College of Public Health & Human Sciences - Oregon State University and features interviews with several members of Newport Fishermen's Wives and Oregon Sea Grant Extension Agent Angee Doerr. There is still room in our FFAST class scheduled for November 29th, so contact Angee today at [email protected] or 541-648-6816 to sign up you and/or your crew! https://youtu.be/iCUEk01fblY
Curious what it’s like to be a Knauss Fellow? Current fellows share their experiences on the Knauss Blog! Elle Wibisono from Rhode Island Sea Grant illustrates a day in the life of a legislative fellow, learning about and participating in the inner workings of the U.S. Congress: bit.ly/wibisono-knauss-blog Lu Wang from Oregon Sea Grant describes life at sea as a Knauss Fellow with NOAA Ocean Exploration an opportunity that expanded her horizons both professionally and personally: bit.ly/wang-knauss-blog And the latest on the Knauss Blog, Maine Sea Grant fellow Marina Cucuzza shares her work with NOAA Fisheries Service & NOAA Climate.Gov to incorporate local knowledge in national decision-making for climate-ready fisheries: bit.ly/cucuzza-knauss-blog #SeaGrant #KnaussBlog #KnaussTips #FallisForFellowships #KnaussFellow #Fellowships #Education #ProfessionalDevelopment #WorkforceDevelopment #Career #MarineScience #Policy #Government #LocalKnowledge
Looking for seafood in your state? Oregon Sea Grant compiled a list of the types of seafood you can find in Oregon, where to find them & how to cook them: bit.ly/EatOregonSeafood Visit your local Sea Grant website to find out more about your local seafood! 📷: Amber Morris, the fish buyer for Local Ocean's restaurant and fish market in Newport, fillets a Chinook salmon. Credit: Tiffany Woods / Oregon Sea Grant #SeaGrant #Oregon #Seafood #NationalSeafoodMonth #EatOregonSeafood #EatLocal #ChinookSalmon #Salmon #Fish #Shellfish #SeafoodMarket
Plan now to find out what condition our condition is in at the online event October 28th and 29th. Check out the link below for registration info. #KennyRogers #StateofTheCoast Oregon Sea Grant
Working with Oregon Sea Grant Summer Scholars, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Oregon Marine Reserves program recently completed a new survey of visitors that focused on marine reserve awareness, knowledge, and support, and how the reserves are related to visitors’ travel decisions. A total of 1,526 visitors completed the new survey, which was conducted this summer at shoreside locations along at Cape Perpetua, Otter Rock, Cascade Head and Cape Falcon marine reserve sites. According to the data, awareness has gradually increased over the last few years. Most visitors were from Oregon and adjoining states. Most were repeat visitors. While the visitors were supportive of the idea of marine reserves, few thought they were very knowledgeable about the reserves. And awareness that they are currently visiting one of Oregon’s marine reserve sites has gradually increased over the years. Learn more about the Oregon Marine Reserve program here: https://oregonmarinereserves.com/
We appreciate the generations of support that our industry has received from our friends at Oregon Sea Grant. 🦀🦀🦀 #EatOregonSeafood
Honored to receive the 2021 #SaferChoice Partner of the Year Award. "In support of the Biden-Harris Administration goals, winners were also recognized for work that promotes #environmentaljustice, bolsters resilience to the impacts of #climatechange, results in cleaner #air or #water, or improves drinking water." A big shout out to DEQ's #Toxics Use & #HazardousWaste Program and our partners, including Oregon Sea Grant, Oregon Applied Sustainability Program, Pollution Prevention Resource Center and of course, U.S. EPA, Region 10 Learn more about our commitment to eliminate #toxic #waste & #preventpollution @ https://go.usa.gov/xM5vC & https://epa.gov/saferchoice/safer-choice-partner-year-awards #p2 #oregon #greenchemistry
We want to say congratulations our friends and colleagues at the Oregon Sea Grant as they celebrate 50 years. What a milestone, and thank you for the work you do for our coastal communities and all of Oregon!
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