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MARB 689Special Topics

4 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

MARB 5293Thesis Research

2 Semester Credit Hours

Implementation of the Thesis Proposal and the production of a rough draft of the thesis submitted to the graduate committee of the student for initial editing and comment. A course section will be created for the student to enroll.

Prerequisite: MARB 5292.

MARB 5392Thesis Proposal

3 Semester Credit Hours

Thesis students must submit a completed proposal for their thesis project. A course section will be created for the student to enroll. Upon successful completion and submission of the proposal signed by the graduate committee of the student, students may then register for MARB5393 - Thesis Research.If courseis not completed by end of the semester, a grade of "IP" will be awarded. An "IP" is a permanent, non-punitive, grade notation. In order to receive a qualitative grade the student must enroll in this course in a subsequent semester.

MARB 5393Thesis Research

3 Semester Credit Hours

Implementation of the Thesis Proposal, and the production of a rough draft of the thesis submitted to the graduate committee of the student for initial editing and comment. A course section will be created for the student to enroll.Ifcourse is not completed by end of the semester, a grade of "IP" will be awarded. An "IP" is a permanent, non-punitive, grade notation. In order to receive a qualitative grade the student must enroll in this course in a subsequent semester.

Prerequisite: MARB5392.

MARB 5394Thesis Submission

3 Semester Credit Hours

Completion of the final draft of the thesis, signed by the graduate committee of the student and ready for binding and distribution. A course section will be created for the student to enroll.If courseis not completed by end of the semester, a grade of "IP" will be awarded. An "IP" is a permanent, non-punitive, grade notation. In order to receive a qualitative grade the student must enroll in this course in a subsequent semester.

Prerequisite: (MARB5392 and 5393*).
* May be taken concurrently.

MARB 5397Directed Research

3 Semester Credit Hours

Emphasis on experimental design as related to selected biological topics. Application of research skills. For M.S. students selecting the non-thesis option. Students may register for up to 9 semester hours, but only 3 semester hours will count towards a non-thesis degree. Directed Research is only open to M.S. students.If course is not completed by end of the semester, a grade of "IP" will be awarded. An "IP" is a permanent, non-punitive, grade notation. In order to receive a qualitative grade the student must enroll in this course in a subsequent semester.

MARB 5940Master's Project Research

1-9 Semester Credit Hours

Research related to the M.S. project. Open only to M.S. students in marine biology with consent of the graduate advisor. Does not count as credit toward regular graded (non-research, non-variable credit) coursework for M.S. degree requirement in marine biology.

MARB 6301Coral Reef Conservation Issues

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

Survey of challenges and threats facing coral reef ecosystems in the 21st century and discussion of conservation and management strategies. Topics include biology and ecology of reef ecosystems, climate change impacts, coaral bleaching, over-fishing and the effectiveness and design of marine protected areas.

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Prerequisite: (BIOL3428).

MARB 6310Physiological Adaptations in Animals

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

A study of the physiological adaptations of animals to their environment, including osmoregulatory and temperature regulatory mechanisms.

MARB 6312Communicating Science Seminar

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

Covers communication topics ranging from proposal writing to professional presentations with a minor emphasis on additional non-traditional communication formats. Must be taken to fulfill degree plan requirements by all Marine Biology graduate students and is recommended in the first spring of the degree.

MARB 6314Aquatic Animal Nutrition

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

The study of current concepts in aquatic animal nutrition including nutrient sources and requirements, deficiency effects, ingestive/digestive/metabolic processes, formulation and processing of feeds, and practical feeding considerations for selected aquatic species.

MARB 6327Marine Restoration Ecology

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

Overview of the rapidly expanding practice of restoring degraded marine, estuarine, and coastal ecosystems.Teaching methods will include lectures, discussion, paper critiques, field visits, and restoration plans.Course will explore ecological theory as it applies to restoration, restoration planning and implementation strategies, and controversies surrounding the practice of restoration.

MARB 6333Marine Benthic Ecology

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

The ecology of benthic assemblages with emphasis on species and habitats below diver depths. Micro to mesoscale spatial patterns, including bathymetric distribution, abundance and size-structure, diversity gradients, energetics and feeding strategies, and zoogeography of the benthos will be covered. Hydrothermal vents, cold seeps and sea mount fauna will receive special attention.

MARB 6335Aquatic Microbiology

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

Types and distribution of microorganisms in aquatic environments. Interactions with other organisms. Role in nutrient cycling, degradation of organic substances, pollution, water purification.

Prerequisite: BIOL2420.

MARB 6340Marine Organisms and Processes

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

This course will introduce students to the biology of major plant and animal groups in the ocean. Students will also learn about important physical and chemical features of the oceans, and how these interact with marine life to regulate marine ecosystem function.

MARB 6341Evolution and Genomics of Marine Organisms

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

This course will introduce students to the evolutionary history of life in the ocean. Students will also learn about modern evolutionary theory, processes of speciation and processes which create diversity and adaptive capacity within species. Finally, the course will touch on functional genetics and the use of modern molecular techniques to understand organismal evolution and function.

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MARB 6342Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

An introduction to integrative biological study using genome-wide approaches and bioinformatics. The "-omics" technologies (Genomics, Proteomics, Metabolomics, etc.) will be surveyed for current and potential contributions to understanding biological function at molecular, cellular, organismal and ecosystem levels. Offered in Fall semester of odd-years only.Cross listed with BIOL5340.

MARB 6343Oceans and Human Health

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

Oceans are increasingly recognized for their role in the health of the human population, both as a source of waterborne disease and a source of new bioactive (medicinal) agents. Indeed, healthy oceans are essential to the habitability of our planet – for humans and all other forms of life. Students will explore links between oceans, pollution, human well-being, ecosystem services, resource management, and the science and legislation governing the enforcement of water quality standards. This multidisciplinary subject will be addressed using a combination of lecture and discussion of primary literature. Offered in Fall semester of even-years only.

MARB 6353Down the River: Ecology of Gulf Coast Fishes

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

This course covers aspects of ecology and biogeography of riverine and estuarine fishes while exposing students to field sampling techniques and museum preparation of specimens. This will be a unique opportunity for students to gain an in-depth understanding of the biological complexity of Texas Gulf Coast river systems while gaining hands-on experience in field and museum ichthyological techniques that are employed by state, federal and academic researchers alike.

MARB 6360Computation for 21st Century Biologists

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

This is a 3 credit course for graduate students that introduces the powerful open-source computing tools that are used in biological research for the creation, organization, manipulation, processing, analysis, and archiving of “big data”. This course is designed to prepare and enable students to use computational tools for bioinformatic applications in advanced courses and independent research projects. The primary topics covered are: data formats and repositories, command line Linux computing and scripting, regular expressions, super-computing, computer programming with PYTHON and R, data visualization with R, version control and dissemination of scripts and programs with GIT, typesetting with LATEX, and organizing data with SQL relational databases. While not a formal requirement, it is assumed that students have a firm command of basic algebra. Cross listed with BIOL4360 andBIOL5360

MARB 6362Global Change and Its Impact on Aquatic Ecosystems

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

This course will introduce students to the effects of climatic and anthropogenic change on aquatic ecosystem structure and function. Includes readings from the current literature and development of a research proposal.Cross-listed with CMSS6362.

MARB 6363Geomicrobiology

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

An exploration of the interface between geological and biological processes focused on the mutual effects of microorganisms and Earth's chemistry. Topics include biomineralization, origin and evolution of life, microbial weathering and rock formation, and influences on environmental problems.

MARB 6371Evolutionary Genetics

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

An advanced introduction to evolutionary processes and their genetic basis, focusing on theoretical and experimental approaches to the study of population genetics, phylogeography, coalescence theory, evolutionary ecology, and molecular evolution.

Prerequisite: BIOL2416.

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MARB 6373Marine Biodiversity and Conservation Science

3 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours)

Biodiversity, including genetic diversity of individual populations to ecosystem diversity, will be addressed, with focus on the marine realm. Methods for assessing and quantifying diversity will be included. Threats to biodiversity, including resource extraction, invasive species, habitat alteration, global warming and ocean acidification, will be covered, as will techniques for recovering and restoring damaged ecosystems. Marine ecosystem management will be discussed, including marine protected areas, and state, federal and international fisheries and resource management issues.

MARB 6392Dissertation Proposal

3 Semester Credit Hours

Ph.D. students must submit a completed proposal for their dissertation project. A course section will be created for the student to enroll. Upon successful completion and submission of the proposal signed by the graduate committee of the student, students may then register for MARB6393 - Dissertation Research.Ifcourse is not completed by end of the semester, a grade of "IP" will be awarded. An "IP" is a permanent, non-punitive, grade notation. In order to receive a qualitative grade the student must enroll in this course in a subsequent semester.

MARB 6393Dissertation Research

3 Semester Credit Hours

Implementation of the Dissertation Proposal, and the production of a rough draft of thedissertation submitted to the graduate committee of the student for initial editing and comment. A course section will be created for the student to enroll.Ifcourse is not completed by end of the semester, a grade of "IP" will be awarded. An "IP" is a permanent, non-punitive, grade notation. In order to receive a qualitative grade the student must enroll in this course in a subsequent semester.

Prerequisite: MARB6392.

MARB 6394Dissertation Submission

3 Semester Credit Hours

Completion of the final draft of thedissertation, signed by the graduate committee of the student and ready for binding and distribution. A course section will be created for the student to enroll.Ifcourse is not completed by end of the semester, a grade of "IP" will be awarded. An "IP" is a permanent, non-punitive, grade notation. In order to receive a qualitative grade the student must enroll in this course in a subsequent semester.

Prerequisite: MARB6392 and (MARB6393 or 6393*).
* May be taken concurrently.

MARB 6408Microbial Ecology

4 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours, 3 Lab Hours)

Relationships between microorganisms and their biotic and abiotic environments. Role of microorganisms in biogeochemical cycling. Methodology in microbial ecology. Biotechnological aspects.

Co-requisite: SMTE0092.

MARB 6428Fisheries Ecology

4 Semester Credit Hours (4 Lecture Hours)

FISHERIES ECOLOGY Advanced study of theory and techniques in fisheries science including behavior of fisheries populations and applications to resource management with emphasis in tidal-influenced waters. Includes readings in the current literature and a research project. The laboratory will emphasize practical sampling design and data interpretation. SMTE0091 is a co-requisite for this course. Documented completion of this safety training is required early in the semester for continued participation in this course.

MARB 6430Marine Plankton

4 Semester Credit Hours (4 Lecture Hours)

Investigation of the systematics, distribution and ecology of marine plankton.Cross listed with BIOL5430.

Co-requisite: SMTE0091.

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MARB 6431Phycology

4 Semester Credit Hours (4 Lecture Hours)

Study of the major groups of freshwater and marine algae; morphology, ecology, systematics, life cycles and physiology. Laboratories emphasize collection, identification and culturing techniques.

Co-requisite: SMTE0092.

MARB 6436Marine Ecology

4 Semester Credit Hours (4 Lecture Hours)

Advanced studies in structure and habitats of marine environments. Emphasis on factors influencing distribution of marine organisms, including field trips to areas along the Texas coast.

Prerequisite: BIOL3428.

Co-requisite: SMTE0091.

MARB 6452Ecology and Evolution of Fishes

4 Semester Credit Hours (3 Lecture Hours, 3 Lab Hours)

This course covers aspects of fish ecology from individual, population, community, and ecosystem levels. We discuss the role of the environment on fish physiology and behavior, food-web dynamics, community assembly and diversity, ecosystem interactions, and anthropogenic impacts on fishes with a focus on conservation.

Co-requisite: SMTE0091.

MARB 6590Special Topics

5 Semester Credit Hours (5 Lecture Hours)

An advanced study of a biological topic. May be repeated with full credit in another area of marine biology.

Prerequisite: SMTE0091*, 0092* or 0093*.
* May be taken concurrently.

MARB 6596Directed Independent Study

1-5 Semester Credit Hours (1-5 Lecture Hours)

Study in areas of current interest. A total of six semester hours of Directed Independent Study may be counted towards the M.S. or Ph.D. degree.

MARB 6940Dissertation Project Research

1-9 Semester Credit Hours

Research related to thedissertation project. Open only toPh.D. students in Marine Biology with consent of the graduate advisor. Does not count as credit toward regular graded (non-research, non-variable credit) coursework forPh.D. degree requirement in Marine Biology.

FAQs

Is there a lot of math in marine biology? ›

A lot of marine biologists use a huge amount of maths, and it's getting more mathematical all the time.”

Is marine biology a hard major? ›

It is a long and arduous journey to becoming a respectable marine biologist. To take up marine biology, one must choose subjects such as mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology during your undergrad years. A degree in marine biology is the safest way to reach your career goals.

How much math do you need for marine biology? ›

AP tests which can grant relevant course credit for the Marine Biology Major requirements (requires a specific score on AP tests): Mathematics: Calculus AB or BC (MATH 124, 125) Chemistry (CHEM 142, 152, 162) Physics 1, Physics 2, Physics C: Mechanics, or Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism (PHYS 114, 115, 121, 122)

What are the disadvantages of being a marine biologist? ›

Immersing yourself in the study of saltwater biomes can be a fascinating career. Some drawbacks may include competition for good jobs and potential safety risks when working at sea. Job security can also be a concern during an economic downturn when government grants that fund scientific research are cut.

Does marine biology pay well? ›

The salaries of Marine Biologists in the US range from $13,292 to $356,999 , with a median salary of $64,435 . The middle 57% of Marine Biologists makes between $64,439 and $161,815, with the top 86% making $356,999.

Is it easy to get a job in marine biology? ›

While some of this may be true, there are also long days, travel to sometimes inconvenient places and frequently not enough income. Marine biologist jobs are hard to get, so to be competitive, you need to plan early.

Are marine biologists in high demand? ›

Marine biology is a highly competitive field in which the supply of marine scientists far exceeds the demand. Federal and state governmental agencies, the U.S. Navy, and the U.S. Coast Guard are important employers, but the number of positions is limited.

Is it fun to be a marine biologist? ›

As a marine biologist, we get to study the ocean and all the animals and creatures that live in it. The most fun parts of my job are that I'm going to see something and learn something new every day and that I get to travel I get to meet wonderful people who are also excited about what we're doing.

Do marine biologists use chemistry? ›

Much of chemistry falls into 3 categories: inorganic, organic and biochemistry, which are all very useful to Marine Biologists.

What skills are needed for marine biology? ›

To become a Marine Biologist, you'll need:
  • to be accurate and methodical in field and laboratory work.
  • patience to repeat experiments several times.
  • analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • strong team skills, especially when working at sea.
  • to be able to work on your own for long periods of time.

How does marine biology use trigonometry? ›

Trigonometry in marine biology;

Marine biologists often use trigonometry to establish measurements. For example, to find out how light levels at different depths affect the ability of algae to photosynthesize. Trigonometry is used in finding the distance between celestial bodies.

Who is the most famous marine biologist in the world? ›

1. Charles Darwin (1809 – 1882)

Is being a marine biologist stressful? ›

Marine biologists tend not to find their jobs stressful, which likely contributes positively to career satisfaction.

How many days a week do marine biologists work? ›

The hours vary depending if I am in the office or in the field and what my deadlines are. I would say I work a minimum of 8 hours per day in the office, but usually about 10. I sometimes work on weekends. It can be as high as 12-15 hours per day when we are in the field and of course that's 7 days a week.

What is the highest paying marine biology job? ›

10 Highest Paying Marine Biology Jobs
  • #6. Aquatic Veterinarian.
  • #5. Marine Archaeologist.
  • #4. Ocean Engineer.
  • #3. Oceanographer.
  • #2. Marine Researcher.
  • #1. Marine Resource Economist.
  • Conclusion.
  • Similar articles.
2 Oct 2022

What type of marine biology makes the most money? ›

8 highest-paying marine biology jobs that require a degree
  • Environmental planner.
  • Scientist.
  • Professor.
  • Data scientist.
  • Animal trainer.
  • Research assistant.
  • Commercial diver.
  • Ship captain.
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Where do marine biologists get paid the most? ›

Top companies for Marine Biologists in United States
  • Bureau of Ocean Energy Management. 3.7 $91,369per year. 9 reviews5 salaries reported.
  • Cabela's Inc. 3.4 $25,374per year. 2,818 reviews5 salaries reported.
  • U.S. Marine Corps. 4.4 $25,197per year. 27,933 reviews6 salaries reported.
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How long does it take to get a PhD in marine biology? ›

Marine biologists must complete at least a bachelor's degree, which takes about four years. Marine biologists who pursue master's degrees may take an additional two to three years to complete their education, and earning a PhD will take up to six years more.

Is it too late to become a marine biologist? ›

There are loads of ways to get involved with the marine world and, from what I found, experience, knowledge and connections can take you just as far as a degree can. Really, it's never too late!

What is the future outlook for marine biologists? ›

What is a Marine Biologist?
Degree RequiredPhD
Job Growth (2020-2030)5% growth (for zoologists and wildlife biologists)*
Median Salary (2020)$66,350 (for zoologists and wildlife biologists)*
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How much money does a marine biologist make with a PhD? ›

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Marine Biology Jobs by Salary
Job TitleRange
Job Title:BioinformaticianRange:$63k - $148k (Estimated *)
Postdoctoral Research AssociateRange:$40k - $57k (Estimated *)
Research ScientistRange:$54k - $101k (Estimated *)
Zoologist or Wildlife BiologistRange:$58k - $147k (Estimated *)
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Where do most marine biologists work? ›

Where do Marine Biologists Work? Those who marine biologists work for are typically government departments and institutions at the state and federal levels. Marine biologists that are not government-employed can be found at private research institutions or universities.

Do marine biologists scuba dive? ›

One question that we frequently get asked by students considering a career in marine biology is whether they need to learn to SCUBA dive. Marine biologists do not have to be able to dive. Many roles are lab or office based and field work frequently involves surveys which are boat based or on the shoreline.

What are the chances of getting a job as a marine biologist? ›

According to the DISCOVER career information system, marine biologist jobs are expected to grow at a rate of 1.3 percent per year. These statistics do not take into account degree or experience level. Some marine biologists should expect to have a better outlook than others -- such as those with master's or Ph. D.

What do marine biologists wear? ›

Hi Sophia, In Florida and other tropical areas, lightweight clothing that is capable of getting wet is what I see for most activities. Gear can also include waders and rubber boots, for more hands-on jobs. Often times marine biologists will have rain gear as well, since weather can be unpredictable at sea.

How happy are marine biologists? ›

The majority of marine biologists find their personalities quite well suited to their work, with relatively few having complaints about their fit.

Why is marine biology so popular? ›

Well, according to Medhora, the appeal of marine biology lies in a combined interest in animals and a fascination of the ocean. “Roles like marine biologists are exciting to kids because working with animals is appealing, as is working in the deep blue water.

What do marine biologist do all day? ›

A typical day can range from hours of diving on beautiful reefs; sampling the ocean from boats and ships; working up samples in the laboratory; figuring out the results on computers or writing up the findings for publication.

What type of math is used in marine biology? ›

Marine biologists often use algebra and trigonometry to establish measurements. For example, in investigating how the light level at different depths affects the ability of algae to photosynthesize, marine biologists may utilize mathematical models, that range from logarithmic functions to hyperbolic tangent functions.

What do you have to be good at to be a marine biologist? ›

Most marine biologist jobs require an undergraduate (Bachelor's) degree in (marine) biology or ecology, aquatic biology, animal science, zoology, botany or conservation biology. Many also accept degrees in a related field such as environmental science, natural resources management, geology or oceanography.

What are some jobs that don't require math? ›

20 high-paying jobs that don't require math
  • Compliance manager.
  • Marketing manager.
  • Music teacher.
  • Historian.
  • Recruitment manager.
  • Art director.
  • Web developer.
  • Documentation manager.

Do I need physics for marine biology? ›

According to University of California Santa Cruz, high school students who wish to study marine biology at the college level should take precalculus, physics, chemistry and, of course, biology.

Do marine biologists use chemistry? ›

Much of chemistry falls into 3 categories: inorganic, organic and biochemistry, which are all very useful to Marine Biologists.

How does marine biology use trigonometry? ›

Trigonometry in marine biology;

Marine biologists often use trigonometry to establish measurements. For example, to find out how light levels at different depths affect the ability of algae to photosynthesize. Trigonometry is used in finding the distance between celestial bodies.

Is college calculus hard? ›

Calculus is expected to be difficult; it should not be impossible. But, too often, this course becomes a gatekeeper that pushes students out of careers in science, technology, engineering and math — or STEM — fields, especially women and marginalized students.

Who is the most famous marine biologist in the world? ›

1. Charles Darwin (1809 – 1882)

How long does it take to get a PhD in marine biology? ›

Marine biologists must complete at least a bachelor's degree, which takes about four years. Marine biologists who pursue master's degrees may take an additional two to three years to complete their education, and earning a PhD will take up to six years more.

What are 5 things marine biologist do? ›

EnvironmentalScience.org says that the duties for marine biologists include, “conducting species inventories, testing and monitoring sea creatures exposed to pollutants, collecting and testing ocean samples, preserving specimens and samples of unknown species and diseases, and mapping the distribution, ranges, or ...

What is the highest paying job without science? ›

Keep reading for a look at 26 positions that had a low science-importance score and were also high-paying.
  1. Computer and information systems managers.
  2. Marketing managers. ...
  3. Financial managers. ...
  4. Lawyers. ...
  5. Advertising and promotions managers. ...
  6. Sales managers. ...
  7. Compensation and benefits manager. ...
  8. Public relations and fundraising managers. ...
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What job makes the most money with the least education? ›

  1. Police Officer. Although many police officers do have college degrees, the minimum educational requirement is a high school diploma. ...
  2. Commercial Pilot. ...
  3. Gaming Manager. ...
  4. Electrical Powerline Installer and Repairer. ...
  5. Elevator Installer and Repairer. ...
  6. Transportation Inspector.

In which field there is no Maths? ›

Commerce without Maths has scores of fields that you can choose from. You can pursue an array of degree programs like Law, Education, Fine Arts, Arts courses, Event Management, Hospitality Management courses and much more.

Is marine biology in high demand? ›

Marine biology is a highly competitive field in which the supply of marine scientists far exceeds the demand. Federal and state governmental agencies, the U.S. Navy, and the U.S. Coast Guard are important employers, but the number of positions is limited.

Is marine biology competitive? ›

Marine Biology is a field that is very competitive with large numbers of graduates entering the sector every year, so work experience is a necessity. The permanent jobs that are on offer usually require postgraduate qualifications, and can be in the far-flung reaches of the world.

Which skill is critical for a career in marine biology? ›

Marine Biologist Job Required Skills

Marine biologists need patience and determination along with excellent problem-solving skills to find solutions to challenges whilst out on the ocean. They often also need practical skills such as boat handling, scuba diving and first aid knowledge.

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