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Books > Earth & environment > The environment > Conservation of the environment > Conservation of wildlife & habitats > General

Managing Habitats for Conservation (Paperback, New): William J. Sutherland, David A. Hill Managing Habitats for Conservation (Paperback, New)
William J. Sutherland, David A. Hill
R1,239 Discovery Miles 12 390 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

As it becomes ever more expensive to purchase land for conservation purposes, it is becoming increasingly important both to manage existing sites properly and to create new habitats. This comprehensive volume provides a pragmatic, habitat-by-habitat guide to conservation management, in which the prescriptions and methods are based on sound science coupled with practical experience. For each habitat, the book guides the reader through the options and solutions, highlights potential problems, and gives good and bad examples of habitat management in the past. This will be required reading for all practicing ecologists, land managers, wardens, landscape architects and conservationists, and will provide a valuable reference for students of ecology, conservation and environmental science.

Kalahari Cheetahs - Adaptations to an arid region (Hardcover): Gus Mills, Margaret Mills Kalahari Cheetahs - Adaptations to an arid region (Hardcover)
Gus Mills, Margaret Mills
R1,500 R1,233 Discovery Miles 12 330 Save R267 (18%) Shipped within 4 - 9 working days

The cheetah, the fastest terrestrial animal, has widespread appeal amongst wildlife biologists and enthusiasts alike. However, like all all large carnivores, it is increasingly threatened by habitat loss and its status is now classified as 'Vulnerable' by the IUCN. This is the first comprehensive study of cheetah biology in an arid environment, a major component of its current distribution range. The book brings together results from an intensive six year study of the cheetah by the authors in the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in South Africa and Botswana. It documents a wealth of detailed and direct observations of cheetah population biology and behavioural ecology, adopting an evolutionary approach and providing a conceptual framework for future research and applied management in the context of global environmental change. Kalahari Cheetahs covers topics such as optimal foraging theory, hunting strategies and predator prey relations, mating systems and reproductive strategies and success, inter-specific competition, demography, social organisation, and population limitation. Comparisons with previous cheetah studies reveal the variability of ecological determinants on behaviour, and the behavioural flexibility and ability of these carnivores to adapt to different environments. This advanced textbook is suitable for graduate level students as well as professional researchers in felid behavioural ecology and conservation biology. It will also be of relevance and use to conservationists, wildlife managers, and African wildlife enthusiasts.

The Anthropology of Community-Based Whaling in Greenland - A Collection of Papers Submitted to the International Whaling... The Anthropology of Community-Based Whaling in Greenland - A Collection of Papers Submitted to the International Whaling Commission (Hardcover)
Marc G. Stevenson, Andrew D. Madsen, Elaine Maloney
R709 R568 Discovery Miles 5 680 Save R141 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Greenland's Inuit have for generations depended upon the hunting and sharing of whales to fulfill their needs. Yet their ability to continue their tradition in an ecologically responsible and sustainable manner is threatened by those opposed to the killing of whales. Contributions deal with various aspects of the whale hunt and the economic, social, cultural, historical, nutritional, and spiritual importance and significance of whales and whaling to Greenlandic Inuit. Chapters by: Moses Olsen; R. Petersen, E. Lemke, And F. O. Kapel; P. Hems, O. Hertz, and F. O. Kapel; Robert Petersen; Fin B. Larsen; Janne Jervin, Jens Dahl, Peder Helms, and Robert Petersen; Svend E. Larsen and Klaus G. Hansen; Erling Josefsen; Richard A. Caulfield;

Travels in Alaska (Paperback): John Muir Travels in Alaska (Paperback)
John Muir
R225 Discovery Miles 2 250 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Adventures and Confessions of a Hunter - A Memoir of a Hunter's Life (Paperback): Jack T Gaudette Adventures and Confessions of a Hunter - A Memoir of a Hunter's Life (Paperback)
Jack T Gaudette
R406 Discovery Miles 4 060 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Nature of Whiteness - Race, Animals, and Nation in Zimbabwe (Hardcover): Yuka Suzuki The Nature of Whiteness - Race, Animals, and Nation in Zimbabwe (Hardcover)
Yuka Suzuki; Series edited by K. Sivaramakrishnan
R1,644 R1,317 Discovery Miles 13 170 Save R327 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The Nature of Whiteness explores the intertwining of race and nature in postindependence Zimbabwe. Nature and environment have played prominent roles in white Zimbabwean identity, and when the political tide turned against white farmers after independence, nature was the most powerful resource they had at their disposal. In the 1970s, "Mlilo," a private conservancy sharing boundaries with Hwange National Park, became the first site in Zimbabwe to experiment with "wildlife production," and by the 1990s, wildlife tourism had become one of the most lucrative industries in the country. Mlilo attained international notoriety in 2015 as the place where Cecil the Lion was killed by a trophy hunter. Yuka Suzuki provides a balanced study of whiteness, the conservation of nature, and contested belonging in twenty-first-century southern Africa. The Nature of Whiteness is a fascinating account of human-animal relations and the interplay among categories of race and nature in this embattled landscape.

Whittled Away (Hardcover): Whittled Away (Hardcover)
R430 R345 Discovery Miles 3 450 Save R85 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

`Ireland's heritage is being steadily whittled away by human exploitation, pollution and other aspects of modern development. This could represent a serious loss to the nation.' Irish Government Report, June 1969 Nature in Ireland is disappearing at an alarming rate. Overfishing, industrial-scale farming and pollution have decimated wildlife habitats and populations. In a single lifetime, vast shoals of herring, rivers bursting with salmon, and bogs alive with flocks of curlew and geese have all become folk memories. Coastal and rural communities are struggling to survive; the foundations of our tourism and agricultural sectors are being undermined. The lack of political engagement frequently sees the state in the European Court of Justice for environmental issues. Padraic Fogarty authoritatively charts how this grim failure to manage our natural resources has impoverished our country. But all is not lost: he also reveals possibilities for the future, describing how we can fill our seas with fish, farm in tune with nature, and create forests that benefit both people and wildlife. He makes a persuasive case for the return of long-lost species like wild boar, cranes and wolves, showing how the interests of the country and its nature can be reconciled. A provocative call to arms, Whittled Away presents an alternative path that could lead us all to a brighter future.

Population Management for Survival and Recovery - Analytical Methods and Strategies in Small Population Conservation... Population Management for Survival and Recovery - Analytical Methods and Strategies in Small Population Conservation (Hardcover)
Jonathan D. Ballou, Michael Gilpin, Thomas J. Foose
R2,773 R2,030 Discovery Miles 20 300 Save R743 (27%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Places the converging disciplines of wildlife management and captive management in the context of the developing field of population and habitat viability analysis. The contributors explore the science of the demographic management of small populations, both in zoos and in the wild.

City Peregrines - A Ten-Year Saga of New York City Falcon (Hardcover): Saul Frank City Peregrines - A Ten-Year Saga of New York City Falcon (Hardcover)
Saul Frank
R454 R422 Discovery Miles 4 220 Save R32 (7%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This is more than a story of how the world's most spectacular aerial predator invaded and took over New York City. It offers more than an expansion of our understanding of nature's most ubiquitous bird. It is the personal story of how a retired business manager, Saul Frank, hiked, biked, and climbed around New York City pursuing peregrines, often at great risk to himself, but always gaining enjoyment for himself and his wife. It is the story of how our greater understanding of the world's most successful predator came from an amateur bird watcher.

Conservation Biology for All (Paperback): Navjot S. Sodhi, Paul R. Ehrlich Conservation Biology for All (Paperback)
Navjot S. Sodhi, Paul R. Ehrlich
R1,129 Discovery Miles 11 290 Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Conservation Biology for All provides cutting-edge but basic conservation science to a global readership. A series of authoritative chapters have been written by the top names in conservation biology with the principal aim of disseminating cutting-edge conservation knowledge as widely as possible. Important topics such as balancing conversion and human needs, climate change, conservation planning, designing and analyzing conservation research, ecosystem services, endangered species management, extinctions, fire, habitat loss, and invasive species are covered. Numerous textboxes describing additional relevant material or case studies are also included.
The global biodiversity crisis is now unstoppable; what can be saved in the developing world will require an educated constituency in both the developing and developed world. Habitat loss is particularly acute in developing countries, which is of special concern because it tends to be these locations where the greatest species diversity and richest centres of endemism are to be found. Sadly, developing world conservation scientists have found it difficult to access an authoritative textbook, which is particularly ironic since it is these countries where the potential benefits of knowledge application are greatest. There is now an urgent need to educate the next generation of scientists in developing countries, so that they are in a better position to protect their natural resources.

Conservation (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Clive Hambler, Susan M. Canney Conservation (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Clive Hambler, Susan M. Canney
R776 Discovery Miles 7 760 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The importance of conservation is growing each year, with increasing concerns over the destruction of biodiversity and the rising awareness of ecosystem services generating new debates on the human-nature relationship. This compact overview integrates the process, theory and practice of conservation for a broad readership, from non-specialists to students and practitioners. Taking a global perspective, it uses examples from around the world to illustrate general themes and show how problems arise from the impact of societal trends on ecological communities. A significant practical component will be particularly valuable for environmental professionals, outlining the requirements for rigorous surveys, biodiversity valuation, the assessment of impact and its mitigation. Thoroughly revised and updated, this second edition reflects trends towards embracing multiple disciplines, considering the links between ecology and the social sciences and bringing conservation to the heart of sustainability and environmental policy.

Scarlet Experiment - Birds and Humans in America (Hardcover): Jeff Karnicky Scarlet Experiment - Birds and Humans in America (Hardcover)
Jeff Karnicky
R879 R707 Discovery Miles 7 070 Save R172 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Emily Dickinson's poem "Split the Lark" refers to the "scarlet experiment" by which scientists destroy a bird in order to learn more about it. Indeed, humans have killed hundreds of millions of birds-for science, fashion, curiosity, and myriad other reasons. In the United States alone, seven species of birds are now extinct and another ninety-three are endangered. Conversely, the U.S. conservation movement has made bird-watching more popular than ever, saving countless bird populations; and while the history of actual physical human interaction with birds is complicated, our long aesthetic and scientific interest in them is undeniable. Since the beginning of the modern conservation movement in the mid-nineteenth century, human understanding of and interaction with birds has changed profoundly. In Scarlet Experiment, Jeff Karnicky traces the ways in which birds have historically been seen as beautiful creatures worthy of protection and study and yet subject to experiments-scientific, literary, and governmental-that have irrevocably altered their relationship with humans. This examination of the management of bird life in America from the nineteenth century to today, which focuses on six bird species, finds that renderings of birds by such authors as Henry David Thoreau, Emily Dickinson, Don DeLillo, and Christopher Cokinos, have also influenced public perceptions and actions. Scarlet Experiment speculates about the effects our decisions will have on the future of North American bird ecology.

Biology and Physiology of Freshwater Neotropical Fish (Paperback): Bernardo Baldisserotto, Elisabeth Criscuolo Urbinati, Jose... Biology and Physiology of Freshwater Neotropical Fish (Paperback)
Bernardo Baldisserotto, Elisabeth Criscuolo Urbinati, Jose Eurico Cyrino
R1,967 Discovery Miles 19 670 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Biology and Physiology of Freshwater Neotropical Fish is the all-inclusive guide to fish species prevalent in the neotropical realm. It provides the most updated systematics, classification, anatomical, behavioral, genetic, and functioning systems information on freshwater neotropical fish species. This book begins by analyzing the differences in phylogeny, anatomy, and behaviour of neotropical fish. Systems such as cardiovascular, respiratory, renal, digestive, reproductive, muscular, and endocrine are described in detail. This book also looks at the effects of stress on fish immune systems, and how color and pigmentation play into physiology and species differentiation. Biology and Physiology of Freshwater Neotropical Fish is a must-have for fish biologists and zoologists. Students in zoology, ichthyology, and fish farming will also find this book useful for its coverage of some of the world's rarest and least-known fish species.

Engineering Eden - The True Story of a Violent Death, a Trial, and the Fight Over Controlling Nature (Hardcover): Jordan... Engineering Eden - The True Story of a Violent Death, a Trial, and the Fight Over Controlling Nature (Hardcover)
Jordan Fisher-Smith
R547 R492 Discovery Miles 4 920 Save R55 (10%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Ecology of Browsing and Grazing II (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2019): Iain J. Gordon, Herbert H.T. Prins The Ecology of Browsing and Grazing II (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2019)
Iain J. Gordon, Herbert H.T. Prins
R3,170 Discovery Miles 31 700 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Domestic and wild large mammalian herbivores occur on every continent except Antarctica. Through their browsing and grazing, they affect the structure and distribution not only of vegetation, but also of associated fauna. Consequently, the interactions between management practices and herbivore populations influence the biodiversity, structure and dynamics of ecosystems across vast expanses around the globe: signs of human activity that will be detectable for epochs to come. As a follow-up work to The Ecology of Browsing and Grazing, published in 2008, this new volume presents cutting-edge research on the behaviour, distribution, movement, and direct and indirect impacts of domestic and wild herbivores on terrestrial ecosystems. The respective chapters highlight strategic and applied research on cross-cutting issues in palaeontology and ecology, and provide concrete recommendations on the management of large herbivores to integrate production and conservation in terrestrial systems. Given its scope, the book will appeal to students, researchers and anyone interested in understanding these fascinating wild animals and how they shape the natural world.

Animals Count - How Population Size Matters in Animal-Human Relations (Paperback): Nancy Cushing, Jodi Frawley Animals Count - How Population Size Matters in Animal-Human Relations (Paperback)
Nancy Cushing, Jodi Frawley
R1,082 Discovery Miles 10 820 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Whether their populations are perceived as too large, just right, too small or non-existent, animal numbers matter to the humans with whom they share environments. Animals in the right numbers are accepted and even welcomed, but when they are seen to deviate from the human-declared set point, they become either enemies upon whom to declare war or victims to be protected. In this edited volume, leading and emerging scholars investigate for the first time the ways in which the size of an animal population impacts how they are viewed by humans and, conversely, how human perceptions of populations impact animals. This collection explores the fortunes of amphibians, mammals, insects and fish whose numbers have created concern in settler Australia and examines shifts in these populations between excess, abundance, equilibrium, scarcity and extinction. The book points to the importance of caution in future campaigns to manipulate animal populations, and demonstrates how approaches from the humanities can be deployed to bring fresh perspectives to understandings of how to live alongside other animals.

Grassland Restoration and Management (Hardcover): David Blakesley, Peter Buckley Grassland Restoration and Management (Hardcover)
David Blakesley, Peter Buckley
R1,360 R1,233 Discovery Miles 12 330 Save R127 (9%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Following the destruction of 95% of meadows during the twentieth century, there is an urgent need to understand what little unspoiled habitat remains in order to plan the management and restoration of existing sites, as well as re-creating future grassland habitats. This book is a much-needed guide to grassland restoration and management. Providing a thorough overview of recent research on grassland restoration and its implications for practical grassland restoration and management, it introduces grassland communities and the wildlife they support, including examples of species of conservation concern, and considers the management of semi-natural grassland habitats with particular emphasis on drier grassland habitats. Chapters cover: - Grassland character and communities - Introduction to grassland wildlife - Managing semi-natural grassland - Grassland restoration - threats and challenges - Opportunities in grassland restoration - Plant material for grassland restoration - Defining success in grassland restoration. A variety of management techniques are examined, including soil amendment, cultivation, harvesting and maintenance in creating suitable conditions for the successful restoration of species-rich grasslands. It is essential reading for conservationists, site owners or managers, practitioners, conservation organizations and students of ecological restoration with an interest in the creation of new grassland habitats, the restoration of semi-natural grassland, as well as the continuing management of semi-natural (unimproved) grassland communities.

Wolf Nation - The Life, Death, and Return of Wild American Wolves (Hardcover): Brenda Peterson Wolf Nation - The Life, Death, and Return of Wild American Wolves (Hardcover)
Brenda Peterson
R520 R411 Discovery Miles 4 110 Save R109 (21%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

From Jack London to Aldo Leopold's "fierce green fire," wolves have been a central part of the American image. Many have even suggested that our national symbol, the bald eagle, be replaced with this noble creature who, like us, raises a family and is bold and loyal in protecting the pack. Brenda Peterson blends science, history, and memoir to dramatize the epic battle to restore wolves and thus the landscape and ecology of the continent. From the vicious exterminations carried out by pioneers and settlers; to the internationally celebrated triumph of the return of wolves to Yellowstone; to backlash, politics, and near-daily news of successful reintroductions, this is perhaps the most inspiring conservation story of our time. Brenda's central characters are two famous wolves: the powerful and prolific female "067," restored to Yellowstone only to be "legally" murdered, and Journey, a near-miraculous transcontinental survivor. Along with these are the scientists, ranchers, and activists who are fighting against fear, politics, greed, and scientific ignorance to bring wild wolves home to keep our environment whole.

A Storied Wilderness - Rewilding the Apostle Islands (Hardcover): James W. Feldman A Storied Wilderness - Rewilding the Apostle Islands (Hardcover)
James W. Feldman; Foreword by William Cronon
R1,656 R1,329 Discovery Miles 13 290 Save R327 (20%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The Apostle Islands are a solitary place of natural beauty, with red sandstone cliffs, secluded beaches, and a rich and unique forest surrounded by the cold, blue waters of Lake Superior. But this seemingly pristine wilderness has been shaped and reshaped by humans. The people who lived and worked in the Apostles built homes, cleared fields, and cut timber in the island forests. The consequences of human choices made more than a century ago can still be read in today's wild landscapes. A Storied Wilderness traces the complex history of human interaction with the Apostle Islands. In the 1930s, resource extraction made it seem like the islands' natural beauty had been lost forever. But as the island forests regenerated, the ways that people used and valued the islands changed - human and natural processes together led to the rewilding of the Apostles. In 1970, the Apostles were included in the national park system and ultimately designated as the Gaylord Nelson Wilderness. How should we understand and value wild places with human pasts? James Feldman argues convincingly that such places provide the opportunity to rethink the human place in nature. The Apostle Islands are an ideal setting for telling the national story of how we came to equate human activity with the loss of wilderness characteristics, when in reality all of our cherished wild places are the products of the complicated interactions between human and natural history. Watch the book trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frECwkA6oHs

Whales and Nations - Environmental Diplomacy on the High Seas (Paperback): Kurkpatrick Dorsey Whales and Nations - Environmental Diplomacy on the High Seas (Paperback)
Kurkpatrick Dorsey; Foreword by William Cronon
R553 R464 Discovery Miles 4 640 Save R89 (16%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Before commercial whaling was outlawed in the 1980s, diplomats, scientists, bureaucrats, environmentalists, and sometimes even whalers themselves had attempted to create an international regulatory framework that would allow for a sustainable whaling industry. In Whales and Nations, Kurkpatrick Dorsey tells the story of the international negotiation, scientific research, and industrial development behind these efforts -and their ultimate failure. Whales and Nations begins in the early twentieth century, when new technology revived the fading whaling industry and made whale hunting possible on an unprecedented scale. By the 1920s, declining whale populations prompted efforts to develop "rational"-what today would be called sustainable-whaling practices. But even though almost everyone involved with commercial whaling knew that the industry was on an unsustainable path, Dorsey argues, powerful economic, political, and scientific forces made failure nearly inevitable. Based on a deep engagement with diplomatic history, Whales and Nations provides a unique perspective on the challenges facing international conservation projects. This history has profound implications for today's pressing questions of global environmental cooperation and sustainability. Watch the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QsLlM5KTx0

Beneficial Microorganisms in Agriculture, Aquaculture and Other Areas (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2015): Min-Tze Liong Beneficial Microorganisms in Agriculture, Aquaculture and Other Areas (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2015)
Min-Tze Liong
R3,117 R2,761 Discovery Miles 27 610 Save R356 (11%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book focuses on the use of microorganisms in relation to agriculture, aquaculture and related fields, ranging from biofertilizers to poultry production. The latest innovations are also included to provide insights into the unlimited potentials of microorganisms in these areas.Individual chapters explore topics such as probiotics in poultry, biopurification of wastewater, converting agrowastes into value-added applications and products, rice cultivation, surfactants and bacteriocin as biopreservatives, bioplastics, crop productivity, biofloc, and the production of natural antibiotics. This volume will be of particular interest to scientists, policymakers and industrial practitioners working in the fields of agriculture, aquaculture and public health.

Cabin - An Alaska Wilderness Dream (Paperback): Eric Wade Cabin - An Alaska Wilderness Dream (Paperback)
Eric Wade
R366 Discovery Miles 3 660 Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
Habitat Conservation - Managing the Physical Environment (Paperback): A. Warren, J R French Habitat Conservation - Managing the Physical Environment (Paperback)
A. Warren, J R French
R2,370 R2,103 Discovery Miles 21 030 Save R267 (11%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Habitat Conservation examines the relationship between habitat and ecosystem dynamics. Over the last decade scientists have made advances in their understanding of this relationship and this has had major impacts on their approach to nature conservation management.
In many habitats conservation management needs to take into account the physical dynamic processes such as the impact of air, soil and water as well as the biological processes.
Covering habitats ranging from mountains to floodplains to coastal dunes and rivers this text discusses:

  • how the biological and physical processes interact in each habitat
  • explores the current and future impact of global warming and sea-level rise and;
  • uses case studies to demonstrate how different habitats can be naturally managed and restored.
Written by geomorphologists, hydrologists, climatologists and limnologists this is a fundamental text for masters and undergraduate students studying nature conservation, habitat ecology and environmental management. It will also be essential reading for all conservationists, environmental consultants, managers and engineers.
Stingless Bees of Mexico - The Biology, Management and Conservation of an Ancient Heritage (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2018): Jose... Stingless Bees of Mexico - The Biology, Management and Conservation of an Ancient Heritage (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2018)
Jose Javier G. Quezada-Euan
R3,096 R2,363 Discovery Miles 23 630 Save R733 (24%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

The stingless bees are the most diverse group of highly social bees and are key species in our planet's tropical and subtropical regions, where they thrive. In Mexico, the management of stingless bees dates back centuries, and they were an essential part of the culture and cosmogony of native peoples like the Maya. In recent decades a vast amount of information has been gathered on stingless bees worldwide. This book summarizes various aspects of the biology and management of stingless bees, with special emphasis on the Mexican species and the traditions behind their cultivation. Much of the information presented here was produced by the author and the team of researchers at the Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan in the course of three decades of working with these insects. Given the breadth of its coverage, the book offers an equally valuable reference guide for academics, students and beekeepers alike.

Decolonizing Extinction - The Work of Care in Orangutan Rehabilitation (Paperback): Juno Salazar Parrenas Decolonizing Extinction - The Work of Care in Orangutan Rehabilitation (Paperback)
Juno Salazar Parrenas
R505 R470 Discovery Miles 4 700 Save R35 (7%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

In Decolonizing Extinction Juno Salazar Parrenas ethnographically traces the ways in which colonialism, decolonization, and indigeneity shape relations that form more-than-human worlds at orangutan rehabilitation centers on Borneo. Parrenas tells the interweaving stories of wildlife workers and the centers' endangered animals while demonstrating the inseparability of risk and futurity from orangutan care. Drawing on anthropology, primatology, Southeast Asian history, gender studies, queer theory, and science and technology studies, Parrenas suggests that examining workers' care for these semi-wild apes can serve as a basis for cultivating mutual but unequal vulnerability in an era of annihilation. Only by considering rehabilitation from perspectives thus far ignored, Parrenas contends, could conservation biology turn away from ultimately violent investments in population growth and embrace a feminist sense of welfare, even if it means experiencing loss and pain.

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