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16–31 July 2021 The 4th International Electronic Conference on Atmospheric Sciences


Dear Colleagues,

You are cordially invited to participate in the 4th International Electronic Conference on Atmospheric Sciences. In this meeting, we hope to build on the success of this conference series. We acknowledge that sharing our work face-to-face with our colleagues is preferred, but the continuing COVID-19 crisis has made this impossible. Technology is continuously improving the virtual experience and thus we will be taking advantage of the latest developments in order to create a quality online experience. Additionally, this will allow us to save for future conference budgets as well as increase our level of interaction. This online conference represents a new initiative that provides researchers of atmospheric science the opportunity to present their research and exchange ideas with their colleagues. Feedback from participants of the previous editions indicated that they were pleased with this format and would like to see the meeting grow.

For the 4th International Electronic Conference on Atmospheric Sciences, the range of topics will be more general; however, we are open to subject areas of thematic importance. During the last few decades, great strides have been made in all general areas of atmospheric science. We have seen the proliferation of remote sensing technologies and techniques for their use in research and forecasting. We have seen advances in the understanding of synoptic and dynamic meteorology, which have improved weather forecasting. Advances in the capabilities of atmospheric modeling as well as increases in computing power have enhanced our understanding of atmospheric behaviors on all time and space scales. Additionally, there have been discoveries related to the behavior of smaller-scale systems, especially those that interact with human activity, health, and economics. These have inspired techniques through which people can be warned when these events might affect them. The increased understanding of interannual and interdecadal variability in climate has also led to the development of long-range forecasting and projection. In conclusion, this conference will be organized around the following sessions and related themes, which correspond to the journal Atmosphere.

Conference Sessions

  • Aerosols;
  • Air Quality;
  • Air Quality and Human Health;
  • Climatology;
  • Meteorology;
  • Biometeorology;
  • Atmospheric Techniques, Instrumentation, and Modelling;
  • Biosphere/Hydrosphere/Land–Atmosphere Interactions;
  • Upper Atmosphere;
  • Planetary Atmospheres.

Conference Topics

  • Atmospheric Physics: remote sensing; satellite and RADAR meteorology; water cycles; nowcasting; mesoscale models.
  • Atmospheric Chemistry: air quality; atmospheric chemistry; upper atmospheric chemistry.
  • Synoptic and Dynamic Meteorology: forecasting techniques; cyclone and anticyclone development; the jet stream and its behavior; blocking anticyclones; operational meteorology; forecast skills; forecast models.
  • Regional Climate and Interannual Variability: El Nino; teleconnections; long-range prediction and projection; climate modeling; climate change; downscaling techniques.
  • Tropical Meteorology: tropical storms; atmosphere–ocean interactions; modeling convection; the general circulation.

Accepted papers will be gathered in the journal Proceedings. Selected extended versions will be published in Atmosphere Special Issue "Advances in Atmospheric Sciences" after peer review with a discount of 20% on the article processing charge.

Prof. Dr. Anthony R. Lupo
Chair of ECAS 2021

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1–4 September 2021 17th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2021)

Athens, Greece

The 17th International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST2021), will be held in Athens, Greece from 1 to 4 September 2021.

The conference is organised by the Global Network of Environmental Science and Technology jointly with the University of the Aegean (Greece) and the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Greece). CEST2021 is academically supported by the University of Salerno (Italy), the University of Cincinnati (USA) and the Imperial College London (UK) as well as a group of distinguished scientists – the members of the Conference Scientific Committee.

CEST2021 is under the patronage of UNESCO’s Water Assessment Programme, International Water Association (IWA), A.C. Laskaridis Charitable Foundation, and under the auspices of the Municipality of Athens. The non-governmental organization Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water (PSIPW), is collaborating with CEST and offers travel grants to students and researchers from low-income countries.

Established in 1989, the International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology (CEST) is a leading environmental conference where top experts, scientists, entrepreneurs, representatives of public administration and social initiatives present state-of-the-art research on current and emerging environmental issues.

The last (2019) event was successful, counting 420 participants from 81 countries originating from 6 continents (Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, and Australia). The programme included over 550 presentations (oral and poster) covering 28 unique research areas. Participants also benefited from the interaction with 25 distinguished invited speakers who delivered keynote and plenary talks.

Conference thematic areas and topics

CEST2021 topics will cover all the latest trends in Environmental Science and Technology as well as basic fields of research. The sessions are divided in nine thematic areas as follows:

  • Water and wastewater treatment and reuse
  • Hydrology and water resources
  • Waste management
  • Environmental management and policies
  • Environmental pollution
  • Ecology and ecosystem management
  • Analysis of environmental systems
  • Environmental health
  • Innovative environmental solutions

More info as well as registration and submission of paper are available at Abstracts can be submitted online until 23 December 2020.

Contact – Conference Secretariat CEST2021

Tel. 0030-210-6492451- 452, FAX: 0030-210-6492499
e-mail: [email protected],

9–11 March 2021 Earth Explorers for Climate - The contribution from SMOS

Cornwall, UK

The Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) mission – the European Space Agency’s (ESA) water mission – will complete its 10th year in orbit in November 2019. Thanks to its excellent technical status and the high quality data it provides over land, ocean and ice, a large number of scientific and operational applications have been developed. The mission was primarily conceived to provide global observations of soil moisture and ocean salinity, two key variables used in predictive hydrological, oceanographic and atmospheric models. SMOS observations though also provide information on vegetation, in particular plant available water and water content in a canopy, drought index and flood risks, surface ocean winds in storms, freeze/thaw state and sea ice and its effect on ocean-atmosphere heat fluxes and dynamics affecting large-scale processes of the Earth’s climate system. This symposium will explore address the use of a decade of SMOS data for climate research. Many processes, especially related to climate, occur on temporal and spatial scales that are well beyond the lifetime of an individual mission. Ten years of SMOS data are hence a valuable long-term consistent satellite data records to study these processes and to understand changes in the Earth System, for example in the global water or carbon cycle. In addition, longer data records increase the level of confidence in estimating extreme events, such as droughts or tropical cyclones.

29 March–1 April 2021 2021 National Hurricane Conference

New Orleans, LA, USA

The primary goal of the National Hurricane Conference is to improve hurricane preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation in order to save lives and property in the United States and the tropical islands of the Caribbean and Pacific. In addition, the conference serves as a national forum for federal, state and local officials to exchange ideas and recommend new policies to improve Emergency Management. To accomplish these goals, the annual conference emphasizes:

  • Lessons Learned from Hurricane Strikes
  • State of the art programs worthy of emulation
  • New ideas being tested or considered
  • Information about new or ongoing assistance programs
  • The ABC’s of hurricane preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation — in recognition of the fact that there is a continual turnover of emergency management leadership and staff

30–31 March 2021 International Transport and Air Pollution Conference

Graz, Austria

The International Transport and Air Pollution Conference (TAP) has been held since 1986 in Graz (Austria), Zurich (Switzerland), Avignon, Reims, Toulouse and Lyon (France), Boulder (Colorado, USA) and Thessaloniki (Greece) and has turned into a key event of dialogue and networking in the areas of transport and air pollution, between scientists, researchers, transport users and decision makers. After the successful events organized in Zurich in 2017 and in Thessaloniki in 2019, this 24th TAP conference will take place in Graz, Austria. It is organized by the Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Thermodynamics of Graz, University of Technology. The main topicsof the 24th TAP Conference include energy consumption and GHG emissions from vehicles, open issues for pollutant emissions, such as tampering, retrofits of software and hardware and non-regulated pollutants, emissions from non-road mobile machinery and other transport modes and measurements and simulation of traffic related environmental impacts and air quality.

8–9 April 2021 The Thirteenth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses

Vancouver, Canada

Founded in 2009, the Climate Change: Impacts & Responses Research Network is brought together by a common concern for the science of, and social responses to, climate change. We seek to build an epistemic community where we can make linkages across disciplinary, geographic, and cultural boundaries. As a Research Network, we are defined by our scope and concerns and motivated to build strategies for action framed by our shared themes and tensions. The Thirteenth International Conference on Climate Change: Impacts & Responses features research addressing the following annual themes. Each year we also focus on a Special Focus that presents a timely challenge.

11–14 April 2021 The 11th International Conference onWeather Radar and Hydrology (WRaH 2021)

Nanjing, China

It is a great honor to host and organize the International Conference on Weather Radar and Hydrology (WRaH) in Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology (NUIST), China, April 11-14, 2021. The conference intends to be used as a forum for participants to effectively share interesting research outcomes and practical experiences regarding weather radar and hydrology & water resources in the world.

18–21 April 2021 7th International Conference on Environmental Odour Monitoring & Control

Giardini Naxos, Taormina, Italy

It is our pleasure to promote the 7th International Conference on Environmental Odour Monitoring & Control that will be held on 18-21 April 2021 in Giardini Naxos, Taormina, Italy. NOSE2020 is organized by AIDIC, The Italian Association of Chemical Engineering. The field of odour measurement and assessment is of growing interest in many sectors. The NOSE conference series, since its first edition in 2008, focuses on the most recent developments regarding environmental odour monitoring and control. However, in recent years, the conference has widened its scope by including also other fields in which odour evaluation and measurement by means of different, sensorial and/or instrumental techniques, is becoming particularly interesting, such as product development, medical diagnosis, indoor air quality. The aim of the NOSE conference series is to give the opportunity to the scientific and industrial community members from all over the world to meet, exchange experiences and ideas, as well as discuss the main innovations related to odours, thereby including a wide range of different topics in order to give an all-embracing point of view on this continuously progressing issue.

19–30 April 2021 The EGU General Assembly 2021


The EGU General Assembly 2021 will bring together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The EGU aims to provide a forum where scientists, especially early career researchers, can present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of geoscience. The EGU is looking forward to cordially welcoming you at its General Assembly.

20–23 April 2021 Odors and Air Pollutants Conference 2021

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

Join environmental professionals from around the world for a showcase on odors and air pollutants management. This year in Cincinnati, you will gain knowledge and explore the latest approaches, practices, processes, technologies, case studies, and research in all aspects of odor control and treatment. The Call for Abstracts for the 2021 conference will be announced soon.

20–22 April 2021 18th Annual Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop

Virtual Meeting

The 18th Annual Climate Prediction Applications Science Workshop (CPASW) will bring together a diverse community to share developments in research and application of weather and climate information for societal decision-making. Participants will include researchers, service producers, resource managers, planners, practitioners, social scientists, and others making weather and climate-sensitive decisions. NOAA’s National Weather Service Climate Services Branch, Arizona State University, the Arizona State Climate Office, and many climate services partners are collaborating in the organization of the CPASW.

The workshop will convene in Phoenix, Arizona, April 20-22, 2021, for discussion centered on the theme of “Providing services for the cascading effects of intensifying heat in a rapidly growing region."

The workshop will address the following focus areas:

  • Understanding, monitoring, and predicting environmental changes and their impacts
  • Services for resilience to cascading effects of heat and its impacts to / or coupled with:
    - Socio-economic concerns (e.g., health, urban/infrastructure, agriculture, emergency management, energy, governance, etc)
    - Hydrological issues (e.g., extreme precipitation, flash flooding, drought, snow, water depletion, land desertification, etc)
    - Wildfire and air quality
  • Transboundary issues and partnership (e.g., cross-border services, sustaining international partnerships, effective stakeholder engagement, etc)
  • Other topics in climate services for resilience

The workshop will gather experts from the region, the nation, and the world to focus on extreme events and the role of climate services. It will provide an opportunity for sharing effective strategies for understanding decision maker requirements, communicating extremes threats, and the heightened uncertainty and attribution of extreme events.

26–29 April 2021 Heat Pumps 2020 - Mission for the Green World

Ramada Plaza Hotel Jeju, Korea

Energy and the environment – two topics that are always of great concern to human beings. Heating and cooling play a great role in our daily life, we use a tremendous amount of fossil fuels for heating and cooling. When changing temperature levels using substantial energy input, a heat pump is always recommended as promising technologies against climate change. With this in mind, the 13th IEA Heat Pump Conference will be held in Jeju Island from Monday, September 21st through Thursday, September 24th in 2020. With the theme ‘Heat Pumps – Mission for the Green World’, we aim to address global climate change and discuss necessary actions.

27–30 April 2021 Air Sensors International Conference (ASIC) 2021

Pasadena, CA, USA

The UC Davis Air Quality Research Center welcomes you to join us at our seccond Air Sensors International Conference! The AQRC's mission is to facilitate research on the scientific, engineering, health, social and economic aspects of gaseous and particulate atmospheric pollutants. ASIC will bring together government agencies, researchers, industry members, community scientists and educators to help move that mission forward with air sensor technology.

17–19 May 2021 The 2nd Transportation, Air Quality, and Health Symposium

Riverside, CA, USA

Join us at the Transportation, Air Quality, and Health (TAQH2021) Symposium, hosted by the Center for Advancing Research in Transportation Emissions, Energy and Health (CARTEEH) and co-sponsored by Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) and University of California, Riverside (UCR). This one-of-a-kind event will bring together experts from transportation and health. We will discuss research, policy, and emerging issues related to transportation emissions, energy, air quality, exposures, and human health.

1–3 June 2021 2021 Global Conference on Health and Climate Change

Glasgow, UK

The 2021 Global Conference on Health & Climate Change with a special focus on Climate Justice, will convene at the margin of the COP26 UN climate change conference.  The aim of the conference is to support and showcase Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) to the Paris Agreement which are ambitious, based on the principles of justice and equity, and promote and protect health. It will also mobilize the rapidly growing movement of health professionals around the world who are now driving ambitious climate action. The conference will be organized by the World Health Organization (WHO) and by the Global Climate and Health Alliance (GCHA), in close collaboration with Glasgow Caledonian University and its Centre for Climate Justice, with the UK Health Alliance on Climate Change, and other partners.

7–10 June 2021 Healthy Buildings America 2021

Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

In the tradition of the International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (ISIAQ) HEALTHY BUILDINGS (HB) Conferences dating back to 1988, we are proud to announce the 16th conference in this series. The Conference is being held in Honolulu, Hawaii, June 7–10, 2021 hosted by the Cleaning Industry Research Institute (CIRI). ISIAQ program chairs, Dr. Kerry Kinney and Dr. Richard Shaughnessy, have selected the theme “Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice – In the Age of COVID-19 and Beyond,” This groundbreaking conference will connect the scientific research of ISIAQ’s core membership with the experience of practitioners and technicians in the fields of IAQ pertaining to ventilation, buildings, building maintenance, indoor chemistry, cleaning, disaster restoration, biological contamination, comfort, and health implications of indoor exposures. Special emphasis will be placed on COVID-19 and implications on the indoor environment for this and future generations. Healthy Buildings 2021 – America will be presented both on-site (with appropriate social distancing measures) and via digital livestream. We look forward to seeing you in Honolulu, in 2021!

14–18 June 2021 The 20th conference on "Harmonisation within Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling for Regulatory Purposes"

Tartu, Estonia

The 20th International conference on Harmonisation within Atmospheric Dispersion Modelling for Regulatory Purposes (Harmo20) is aimed towards model developers, model users, environmental protection agencies and legislation experts. What distinguishes this conference from many others is its focus on common tools and methodologies.

20–24 June 2021 The 12th Asian Aerosol Conference (AAC)

Taipei, Taiwan

Dear Colleagues and Friends

On behalf of the organizing committee, I am honored to welcome you to Taipei, Taiwan for the 12th Asian Aerosol Conference (AAC), to be held from June 20-24, 2021. Taipei is a modern and dynamic cosmopolitan metropolis; from the world's tallest building (2004-2010) to the biggest collection of Chinese art, Taipei invites you to experience fascinating contrasts - a mix of the modern and traditional, with a generous dash of energy and friendly smiles to make this meeting your most memorable trip to Asia.

In this major biennial 4-day-event, with an ice-breaker reception on the evening of Sunday, June 20th, a wide range of interesting aerosol science and technology topics will be discussed. There will be plenary/keynote speeches and parallel platform/poster sessions as well as an exhibition area to provide opportunities to engage with leading companies offering state-of-the-art instrumentation and services in aerosol science and technology. We will also be hosting presentations for the Asian Young Aerosol Scientist Award to recognize outstanding contributions by young aerosol scientists in Asian countries, and honoring Asian Aerosol Fellow awardees for their outstanding services to the Asian Aerosol Research Assembly and significant contributions to the field of aerosol science and technology.

Asia, with more than 4.5 billion people living in 49 different nations, is the fastest growing economic region in the world. Asian aerosol scientists certainly need to do more to promote the advancement of aerosol science in the region.

With our best and collective efforts, we aim to ensure that AAC 2021 will be a productive and valuable experience for the participants. We look forward to welcoming you to Taipei in June, 2021 for the 12th Asian Aerosol Conference! 

Yours Sincerely,
Chih-Chieh Chen

28–29 June 2021 The 1st International Conference on Moisture in Buildings 2021

UCL, London, UK

The 1st International Conference on Moisture in Buildings 2021 (ICMB21) will be held in 28-29 June 2021 at UCL, London (unless the COVID-19 situation in 2021 will require it to take place online). The aim of the conference is to bring together academics and industry working on any aspect of moisture induced damage on built environment. The conference topics include, but not limited to:

  • Monitoring & modelling of moisture in buildings
  • Ventilation, airtightness & moisture in buildings
  • Moisture in existing building & retrofit
  • Flooding and escape of water
  • Materials performance and building decay
  • Indoor mould growth
  • Moisture in historic/traditional buildings
  • Financial, insurance & legal context & consequences of moisture in buildings
  • Impact of moisture in buildings on health and wellbeing
  • Moisture in buildings education

Further details regarding the committees, important dates, submission and publication can be found at Abstract submissions are open until 15 November 2020. Please contact us at [email protected] or [email protected] if you have any queries. Registrations are now open - please visit

24–25 July 2021 Radiation and Climate (GRS) 2021

Lewiston, ME, USA

The focus of this meeting is to facilitate discussion on bringing observations and models closer together in order to improve understanding and reduce uncertainties in the role of cloud and aerosol in climate projections. Observations provide information on the behavior of Earth systems whereas models represent our quantitative understanding and have predictive capability. Due to differences in temporal and spatial scales, the definition of phenomena, and observational uncertainty, bringing observations to bear on models is a challenging task; yet, addressing the most pressing science demands the synergistic use of models and observations. Topics in this conference will include cloud microphysics, interactions between clouds and the general atmospheric circulation, aerosol and aerosol-cloud interactions, climate sensitivity and cloud feedback, and Earth observation system requirements.

1–6 August 2021 Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) Annual Meeting AOGS2021


Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) was established in 2003 to promote geosciences and its application for the benefit of humanity, specifically in Asia and Oceania and with an overarching approach to global issues. Asia Oceania region is particularly vulnerable to natural hazards, accounting for almost 80% human lives lost globally. AOGS is deeply involved in addressing hazard related issues through improving our understanding of the genesis of hazards through scientific, social and technical approaches. AOGS holds annual conventions providing a unique opportunity of exchanging scientific knowledge and discussion to address important geo-scientific issues among academia, research institution and public. Recognizing the need of global collaboration, AOGS has developed good co-operation with other international geo-science societies and unions such as the European Geosciences Union (EGU), American Geophysical Union (AGU), International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), Japan Geo-science Union (JpGU), and Science Council of Asia (SCA).

12–16 September 2021 16th International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Conference

University of Manchester, UK

We are delighted to host the IGAC 2020 Science Conference in Manchester.  IGAC is the leading global atmospheric chemistry conference.  It is run biannually and attracts approximately 600 international scientists, industry leaders, and early career researchers from around the world and includes many leading funding agencies.

12–16 September 2021 The International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC)

Virtual Conference

We are delighted to host the IGAC 2020 Science Conference in Manchester.  IGAC is the leading global atmospheric chemistry conference.  It is run biannually and attracts approximately 600 international scientists, industry leaders, and early career researchers from around the world and includes many leading funding agencies.  

The Scientific Steering Committee has developed an exciting programme that spans air pollution to global change and links fundamental research to policy development, interfacing atmospheric science with wider biogeochemistry of the Earth System.  The conference follows the strong tradition of previous IGAC conferences, not only highlighting cutting edge scientific research in atmospheric chemistry, but also fostering international collaborations, and highlighting scientists and their research from developing and emerging regions.  As in previous years, the IGAC Science Conference encourages early career scientists and makes every effort to showcase their science.  We have an exciting early career programme to develop the next generation of leaders in our field and also to foster their interaction within and across our community.

19–22 September 2021 The Second AOGS-EGU Joint Conference on New Dimensions for Natural Hazards in Asia (NATHAZARDS 2021)

Yogyakarta, Indonesia

New Dimensions for Natural Hazards in Asia: An AOGS-EGU Joint Conference is a joint AOGS / EGU venture dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of natural hazards. This international conference brings together students, early career and established scientists from all areas of the globe. The aim is to discuss current advances in knowledge and new perspectives relevant to natural hazards in the Asian region.

26–29 September 2021 15th International Conference on Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Physics: COMECAP 2021

Ioannina, Greece

COMECAP 2021 strives during its 4 days organization to bring together researchers in the areas of Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Physics, as well as to highlight all the latest methodologies, modeling tools and theoretical approaches which will attract scientists and researchers from the international scientific community.

3–9 October 2021 Quadrennial Ozone Symposium (QOS2021)

Yonsei University, Korea

I am very pleased to invite you to attend the Quadrennial Ozone Symposium (QOS) in Seoul, South Korea, on October 3 (Sunday) - 9 (Saturday), 2021. Despite its tiny fraction, ozone is a crucial gas in the Earth Atmosphere. The ozone layer in the stratosphere protects life on Earth by filtering out damaging ultraviolet radiation from the sun. In the troposphere, ozone is an important greenhouse gas and a strong pollutant at ground level. Since the last QOS that took place in Edinburgh in 2016, a variety of new developments have taken place on all facets of atmospheric ozone, including its observation and impact on human health and ecosystems. The Symposium’s program addresses all these aspects. Through the foreseen keynote talks, presentations at the sessions and discussions at poster sessions and side events, QOS 2021 is of high interest for all scientists throughout the world interested in atmospheric ozone and more generally in the study of the Earth’s atmosphere.

25–29 October 2021 The 17th European Space Weather Week

Glasgow, UK

The ESWW is the main annual event in the European Space Weather calendar. It is the European forum for Space Weather as proven by the high attendance to the past editions. ESWW17 will again adopt the central aim of bringing together the diverse groups in Europe working on different aspects of Space Weather: scientists, engineers, satellite operators, power grid technicians, communication and navigation specialists, people working in aviation, space weather service providers, etc. ESWW is an excellent place to meet people, to exchange knowledge and ideas, to discuss the latest on solar activity, how space weather influences the earth environment and our technologies and how to deal with space weather.

1–3 December 2021 International Aerosol Modeling Algorithms Conference 2021

Davis, CA, USA

The Seventh International Aerosol Modeling Algorithms Conference focuses on fostering continued research and improvements of physics and algorithms in particulate matter (PM) models through (but not limited to):

  • Identifying the strengths and weaknesses of current PM models.
  • Identifying short and long-term science improvements.
  • Fostering a broad discussion on developing emissions profiles for PM and precursors to satisfy photochemical modeling needs.
  • Considering state-of-the-science numerical techniques and new directions in algorithm development to improve the accuracy and efficiency of PM models and assessments.
  • Envisioning the future of PM modeling for regulatory applications, including episodic, seasonal and annual simulations.

IAMA’s goal is to bring together scientists and engineers worldwide, from academia, government and industry, to exchange current state of the art progress on efficiently and accurately modeling the atmospheric processes that form particles in the atmosphere.

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