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    Authors: Aiello Gemma (1); Galli Claudia Ines (2); Alonso Ricardo Narciso (2); Coira Lidia Beatriz (3); +22 Authors

    This book contains six chapters dealing with the investigation of seismic and sequence stratigraphy and integrated stratigraphy, including the stratigraphic unconformities, in different geological settings and using several techniques and methods, including the seismo-stratigraphic and the sequence stratigraphic analysis, the field geological survey, the well log stratigraphic interpretation and the lithologic and palaeobotanical data. Book chapters were separated into two main sections: i) Seismic and sequence stratigraphy, ii) Integrated stratigraphy. There are three chapters in the first section, including the application of sequence and seismic stratigraphy to the fine-grained shales, to the fluvial facies and depositional environments and to the Late Miocene geological structures offshore of Taiwan. In the second section, there are three chapters dealing with the integrated stratigraphic investigation of Jurassic deposits of the southern Siberian platform, with the stratigraphic unconformities, reviewing the related geological concepts and studying examples from Middle-Upper Paleozoic successions and finally, with the integrated stratigraphy of the Cenozoic deposits of the Andean foreland basin (north-western Argentina).

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    Authors: Gianolla, Piero;
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    Authors: S. V. Semichatov;

    The present paper summarizes some of the recent work on the stratigraphy of the Middle Carboniferous in the south-eastern and eastern parts of European USSR., work which throws new light on the position of the Moscovian stage in the Carboniferous succession. The Moscovian stage is at the present generally accepted as corresponding to the whole of the Middle Carboniferous (Danshin, Schwetzow, Khimenkow, and others), but the evidence of a break at the base of the Moscovian beds near Moscow justifies us in putting the question—is the Moscovian stage to be regarded as corresponding to the whole series of Middle Carboniferous deposits or was the deposition of the Moscovian series of beds preceded by erosion not only of part of the Lower Carboniferous, but also of part of the Middle Carboniferous? At the same time the new data concerning the character of the boundary of the Moscovian with the Upper Carboniferous tends to prove that at this boundary also there are signs of a hiatus.

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  • Authors: Hassanein, Walid;

    The Aptian-Early Albian interval of the southern Tethyan margin is poorly understood since sedimentary successions are frequently incomplete and dating is difficult. The Essaouira-Agadir Basin (EAB), Morocco, presents numerous, very good and accessible outcrops of the Early Cretaceous series. The aim of this work is to (1) establish an integrated stratigraphic framework of the Aptian-Albian series based on (a) high-resolution ammonites and calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy, (b) identification of sedimentary discontinuities and (c) carbon isotope stratigraphy; (2) reconstruct the paleoenvironmental evolution during this interval through both sedimentary facies evolution and qualitative and quantitative nannofossil analyses, and (3) propose a functioning model for the sedimentation on the mixed, carbonate/clastic ramp of the EAB.In the EAB, the Late Barremian is defined by the sarasini ammonite zone and the NC5 nannofossil zone. The Barremian/Aptian boundary is defined by ammonites. The Early Aptian is defined by the deshayesi to furcata ammonite zones, and is bounded by a first minimum 13C value at the base and a first maximum value at the Early/Late Aptian Boundary. The Late Aptian interval, is defined by four ammonite zones (martini, melchioris, nolani and jacobi), two discontinuity surfaces, four maximum and minimum 13C values, and by the upper part of the NC6, the NC7 and the lowermost part of the NC8 nannofossil zones. The Aptian/Albian boundary is placed within the discontinuity D4 (base of the Leymeriella tardefurcata ammonite zone), supported by the First Occurrence (FO) of the Prediscosphaera columnata and Hayesites albiensis nannofossil taxa, and by decreasing 13C values. Early Albian times are represented by the tardefurcata and mammillatum ammonite zones, the FO of Hayesites albiensis, and by minimum 13C values.The facies and depositional environments of the Aptian-Early Albian rocks are identified based on their lithology, sedimentary structures, fossil content and microfacies. These allowed to identify (1) four types of key surfaces related subaerial or submarine erosion, (2) four sedimentary carbonated facies in the Aptian corresponding to outer to inner ramp depositional environments, and (3) four Early Albian sedimentary facies, represented by sandstones and shales, of basin to middle ramp depositional setting. These facies reflect deposition in adjacent and gradational paleoenvironments. The Aptian-Early Albian stratigraphic interval of the EAB, has been subdivided into two major cycles, floored by two major erosional surfaces. The latest Barremian-Aptian cycle is underlined by a major karstified-erosional surface and consists of four third-order depositional sequences. The Early Albian cycle, overlies a major submarine erosional surface, and also contains four depositional sequences. In each cycle, the vertical changes in facies indicates a deepening upward trend related to sea level rise.The carbonate production in the EAB is higher in the Aptian than during the Early Albian, due to warm conditions, slow rise of sea level, shallow depth of the basin, and little detrital influx. The nannofossil total absolute abundance decreases from the Aptian to the Early Albian, due to increasing sedimentation rate, associated with rapid subsidence. The nutrient input, fertility and calcareous nannofossil primary productivity is higher in the Early Albian with respect to the Aptian, and are mainly controlled by rising sea level and upwelling currents. The Latest Aptian-Early Albian period is characterized by a high abundance of cold taxa, and the migration of cosmopolitan biota from Boreal realm into the Tethyan realm, which may reflect the occurrence of a glacial climatic event.; L’intervalle Aptien-Albien inférieur de la marge sud-téthysienne est mal connu en raison de successions souvent incomplètes et de difficultés à les dater. Le Bassin d’Essaouira-Agadir (BEA), au Maroc, présente de nombreuses coupes, bien exposées et accessibles du Crétacé inférieur. Le but de ce travail est de (1) établir un cadre stratigraphique intégré de la série apto-albienne, basé sur (a) la biostratigraphy haute résolution des ammonites et des nannofossiles calcaires, (b) l’identification des discontinuités sédimentaires et (c) la stratigraphy isotopique du carbone; (2) reconstituer l’évolution paléoenvironnementale pendant cet intervalle, par l’étude des facies sédimentaires et l’analyse qualitative et quantitative des nannofossiles, et (3) proposer un modèle de fonctionnement de la plateforme-rampe mixte, carbonate-clastique, du BEA.Dans le BEA, le Barrémien supérieur est défini par la zone d’ammonites à sarasini et par la zone de nannofossiles NC5. La limite Barrémien-Aptien est définie par les ammonites. L’Aptien inférieur est déterminé par les zones d’ammonites à desahayesi jusqu’à furcata, et est limité par un premier minimum de 13C à la base, et par un premier maximum à la limite Aptien inférieur-moyen. L’Aptien supérieur est défini par quatre zones d’ammonites (martini, melchioris, nolani et jacobi), deux surfaces de discontinuité, quatre maxima et minima de 13C, et comprend la partie supérieure de NC6, NC7 et la base de NC8. La limite Aptien-Albien est placée dans la discontinuité D4 (base de la zone d’ammonites à Leymeriella tardefurcata), en accord avec la première occurrence (FO) des nannofossiles Prediscosphaera columnata et Hayesites albiensis, et par une diminution des valeurs de 13C. L’Albien inférieur est daté par les zones d’ammonites à tardefurcata et mammillatum, par la FO du nannofossile Hayesites albiensis, et par des valeurs minimales de 13C.Les faciès et environnements de dépôt des sédiments aptien à Albien inférieur ont été déterminés par leur lithologie, les figures sédimentaires, leur contenu faunique et les microfaciès. Ils ont permis d’identifier (1) quatre types de surface liées à des érosions subaériennes ou sous-marines, (2) quatre faciès sédimentaires carbonatés dans l’Aptien, correspondant à des environnements de rampe interne à distale, et (3) quatre faciès sédimentaires argilo-gréseux dans l’Albien inférieur, représentant des dépôts de rampe médiane à hémipélagiques. Ces faciès reflètent des milieux adjacents et passant de l’un à l’autre. L’intervalle Aptien-Albien inférieur du BEA a été subdivisé en deux cycles, soulignés par deux surfaces d’érosion majeures. Le cycle Barrémien terminal-Aptien est souligné par une surface karstifiée et erosive et comprend quatre séquences de dépôt de troisème ordre. Le cycle Albien surmonte une surface majeure d’érosion sous-marine, et contient au moins quatre sequences de dépôt. Dasns chaque cycle, l’évolution vertical des faciès indique un approfondissement ds milieux de depot liée à une hausse eustatique.Dans le BEA, production carbonatée est plus élevée à l’Aptien qu’à l’Albien inférieur, en raison d’un climat chaud, une lente montée du niveau de la mer, un milieu de dépôt peu profond et de faibles apports détritiques. L’abondance totale absolue des nannofossiles décroît entre l’Aptien et l’Albien inférieur, en raison d’un taux de sedimentation plus élevé associé à une subsidence plus rapide. L’apport en nutriments, la fertilité et la production primaire sont plus élevés à l’Albien inférieur qu’à l’Aptien, et sont principalement contrôlés par la montée du niceau de la mer et les courants d’upwellings. La transition Aptien terminal-Albien inférieur est marquée par l’abondance de taxons d’eau froide et par la migration de faunes cosmopolitaines du domaine boréal vers le domaine téthysien, qui pourrait traduire un événement climatique froid, voire glaciaire.

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    Authors: Magyar, Imre; Sztanó, Orsolya; Sebe, Krisztina; Katona, Lajos; +14 Authors

    A new stratigraphic standard for the open lacustrine to deltaic Pannonian Stage is emerging from the combined sedimentological, lithostratigraphical, sequence stratigraphical, biostratigraphical, seismic stratigraphical, geochronological, and magnetostratigraphical investigations of 6 long drill cores. These were drilled by Paks II Nuclear Power Plant Plc. as a preparatory step for the construction of a new power plant near the city of Paks, Central Pannonian Basin, between 2015 and 2016. The boreholes are in a distance of 8-12 km from each other, and five of them fully penetrated the local Pannonian sequence in a thickness of 390 to 662 m. Each core includes offshore clay marl deposited far from sediment entry points (Endrőd Fm), heterolithic, sandy siltstones of a <200 m high shelf-margin slope (Algyő Fm), and several stacked deltaic deposits from prodelta silts to sandy mouth bars, heterolithics, lignite and sandy channel-fills of the delta plain (Újfalu Fm). Magnetostratigraphic investigations from two cores and authigenic 10Be/9Be dating from two others were combined by means of seismic correlation between the boreholes, and thus they provide a solid geochronological and chronostratigraphic basis for the interpretation of the sedimentologial and paleontological records of the cores. The continuous representation of the earliest Pannonian (11.6–9.1 Ma) in the cores needs further investigation, as neither magnetostratigraphy nor authigenic 10Be/9Be dating gave reliable age data from the basal, condensed calcareous marls. The 9.1 to 6.5 Ma interval, however, is represented in the cores by various lithologies and abundant and sometimes excellently preserved fossils. In the deltaic succession, 8 sedimentary sequences were correlated between the cores; as their duration is not more than 400 kyr each, they can be regarded as 4th-order sequences. The paleontological record of the cores shows a very good agreement with the formerly established biochronostratigraphical system. The cores provide an insight into the evolution of the sedimentary environment and the biota of Lake Pannon between 9.1 and 6.5 Ma with a so far unprecedented temporal and spatial resolution.

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    Authors: COSENTINO, D; CIPOLLARI, P; DI BELLA; L, ESPOSITO; +9 Authors

    The historical site of the Monte Mario lower Pleistocene succession (Rome, Italy) is an important marker of the Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary. Recently, the Monte Mario site was excavated and restudied. A spectacular angular unconformity characterizes the contact between the Monte Vaticano and the Monte Mario formations, which marks the Pliocene/Pleistocene boundary. Biostratigraphical analyses carried out on ostracod, foraminifer, and calcareous nannofossil assemblages indicate an Early Pliocene age (topmost Zanclean, 3.81–3.70 Ma) for the underlying Monte Vaticano Formation, whereas the Monte Mario Formation has been dated as early Pleistocene (Santernian, 1.66–1.59 Ma). Palaeomagnetic analyses point to C2Ar and C1r2r polarity chrons for the Monte Vaticano and the Monte Mario formations, respectively. The Monte Mario Formation consists of two obliquity-forced depositional sequences (MM1 and MM2) characterized by transgressive systems tracts of littoral marine environments at depths, respectively, of 40–80 m and 15–20 m. The data obtained from foraminifer and ostracod assemblages allow us to reconstruct early Pleistocene relative sea-level changes near Rome. At the Plio/Pleistocene transition, a relative sea-level drop of at least 260 m occurred, as a result of both tectonic uplift of the central Tyrrhenian margin and glacio-eustatic changes linked to early Pleistocene glaciation (Marine Isotope Stage 58).

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    Authors: Aiello Gemma (1); Galli Claudia Ines (2); Alonso Ricardo Narciso (2); Coira Lidia Beatriz (3); +22 Authors

    This book contains six chapters dealing with the investigation of seismic and sequence stratigraphy and integrated stratigraphy, including the stratigraphic unconformities, in different geological settings and using several techniques and methods, including the seismo-stratigraphic and the sequence stratigraphic analysis, the field geological survey, the well log stratigraphic interpretation and the lithologic and palaeobotanical data. Book chapters were separated into two main sections: i) Seismic and sequence stratigraphy, ii) Integrated stratigraphy. There are three chapters in the first section, including the application of sequence and seismic stratigraphy to the fine-grained shales, to the fluvial facies and depositional environments and to the Late Miocene geological structures offshore of Taiwan. In the second section, there are three chapters dealing with the integrated stratigraphic investigation of Jurassic deposits of the southern Siberian platform, with the stratigraphic unconformities, reviewing the related geological concepts and studying examples from Middle-Upper Paleozoic successions and finally, with the integrated stratigraphy of the Cenozoic deposits of the Andean foreland basin (north-western Argentina).

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    Authors: Gianolla, Piero;
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    Authors: S. V. Semichatov;

    The present paper summarizes some of the recent work on the stratigraphy of the Middle Carboniferous in the south-eastern and eastern parts of European USSR., work which throws new light on the position of the Moscovian stage in the Carboniferous succession. The Moscovian stage is at the present generally accepted as corresponding to the whole of the Middle Carboniferous (Danshin, Schwetzow, Khimenkow, and others), but the evidence of a break at the base of the Moscovian beds near Moscow justifies us in putting the question—is the Moscovian stage to be regarded as corresponding to the whole series of Middle Carboniferous deposits or was the deposition of the Moscovian series of beds preceded by erosion not only of part of the Lower Carboniferous, but also of part of the Middle Carboniferous? At the same time the new data concerning the character of the boundary of the Moscovian with the Upper Carboniferous tends to prove that at this boundary also there are signs of a hiatus.

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    The Aptian-Early Albian interval of the southern Tethyan margin is poorly understood since sedimentary successions are frequently incomplete and dating is difficult. The Essaouira-Agadir Basin (EAB), Morocco, presents numerous, very good and accessible outcrops of the Early Cretaceous series. The aim of this work is to (1) establish an integrated stratigraphic framework of the Aptian-Albian series based on (a) high-resolution ammonites and calcareous nannofossil biostratigraphy, (b) identification of sedimentary discontinuities and (c) carbon isotope stratigraphy; (2) reconstruct the paleoenvironmental evolution during this interval through both sedimentary facies evolution and qualitative and quantitative nannofossil analyses, and (3) propose a functioning model for the sedimentation on the mixed, carbonate/clastic ramp of the EAB.In the EAB, the Late Barremian is defined by the sarasini ammonite zone and the NC5 nannofossil zone. The Barremian/Aptian boundary is defined by ammonites. The Early Aptian is defined by the deshayesi to furcata ammonite zones, and is bounded by a first minimum 13C value at the base and a first maximum value at the Early/Late Aptian Boundary. The Late Aptian interval, is defined by four ammonite zones (martini, melchioris, nolani and jacobi), two discontinuity surfaces, four maximum and minimum 13C values, and by the upper part of the NC6, the NC7 and the lowermost part of the NC8 nannofossil zones. The Aptian/Albian boundary is placed within the discontinuity D4 (base of the Leymeriella tardefurcata ammonite zone), supported by the First Occurrence (FO) of the Prediscosphaera columnata and Hayesites albiensis nannofossil taxa, and by decreasing 13C values. Early Albian times are represented by the tardefurcata and mammillatum ammonite zones, the FO of Hayesites albiensis, and by minimum 13C values.The facies and depositional environments of the Aptian-Early Albian rocks are identified based on their lithology, sedimentary structures, fossil content and microfacies. These allowed to identify (1) four types of key surfaces related subaerial or submarine erosion, (2) four sedimentary carbonated facies in the Aptian corresponding to outer to inner ramp depositional environments, and (3) four Early Albian sedimentary facies, represented by sandstones and shales, of basin to middle ramp depositional setting. These facies reflect deposition in adjacent and gradational paleoenvironments. The Aptian-Early Albian stratigraphic interval of the EAB, has been subdivided into two major cycles, floored by two major erosional surfaces. The latest Barremian-Aptian cycle is underlined by a major karstified-erosional surface and consists of four third-order depositional sequences. The Early Albian cycle, overlies a major submarine erosional surface, and also contains four depositional sequences. In each cycle, the vertical changes in facies indicates a deepening upward trend related to sea level rise.The carbonate production in the EAB is higher in the Aptian than during the Early Albian, due to warm conditions, slow rise of sea level, shallow depth of the basin, and little detrital influx. The nannofossil total absolute abundance decreases from the Aptian to the Early Albian, due to increasing sedimentation rate, associated with rapid subsidence. The nutrient input, fertility and calcareous nannofossil primary productivity is higher in the Early Albian with respect to the Aptian, and are mainly controlled by rising sea level and upwelling currents. The Latest Aptian-Early Albian period is characterized by a high abundance of cold taxa, and the migration of cosmopolitan biota from Boreal realm into the Tethyan realm, which may reflect the occurrence of a glacial climatic event.; L’intervalle Aptien-Albien inférieur de la marge sud-téthysienne est mal connu en raison de successions souvent incomplètes et de difficultés à les dater. Le Bassin d’Essaouira-Agadir (BEA), au Maroc, présente de nombreuses coupes, bien exposées et accessibles du Crétacé inférieur. Le but de ce travail est de (1) établir un cadre stratigraphique intégré de la série apto-albienne, basé sur (a) la biostratigraphy haute résolution des ammonites et des nannofossiles calcaires, (b) l’identification des discontinuités sédimentaires et (c) la stratigraphy isotopique du carbone; (2) reconstituer l’évolution paléoenvironnementale pendant cet intervalle, par l’étude des facies sédimentaires et l’analyse qualitative et quantitative des nannofossiles, et (3) proposer un modèle de fonctionnement de la plateforme-rampe mixte, carbonate-clastique, du BEA.Dans le BEA, le Barrémien supérieur est défini par la zone d’ammonites à sarasini et par la zone de nannofossiles NC5. La limite Barrémien-Aptien est définie par les ammonites. L’Aptien inférieur est déterminé par les zones d’ammonites à desahayesi jusqu’à furcata, et est limité par un premier minimum de 13C à la base, et par un premier maximum à la limite Aptien inférieur-moyen. L’Aptien supérieur est défini par quatre zones d’ammonites (martini, melchioris, nolani et jacobi), deux surfaces de discontinuité, quatre maxima et minima de 13C, et comprend la partie supérieure de NC6, NC7 et la base de NC8. La limite Aptien-Albien est placée dans la discontinuité D4 (base de la zone d’ammonites à Leymeriella tardefurcata), en accord avec la première occurrence (FO) des nannofossiles Prediscosphaera columnata et Hayesites albiensis, et par une diminution des valeurs de 13C. L’Albien inférieur est daté par les zones d’ammonites à tardefurcata et mammillatum, par la FO du nannofossile Hayesites albiensis, et par des valeurs minimales de 13C.Les faciès et environnements de dépôt des sédiments aptien à Albien inférieur ont été déterminés par leur lithologie, les figures sédimentaires, leur contenu faunique et les microfaciès. Ils ont permis d’identifier (1) quatre types de surface liées à des érosions subaériennes ou sous-marines, (2) quatre faciès sédimentaires carbonatés dans l’Aptien, correspondant à des environnements de rampe interne à distale, et (3) quatre faciès sédimentaires argilo-gréseux dans l’Albien inférieur, représentant des dépôts de rampe médiane à hémipélagiques. Ces faciès reflètent des milieux adjacents et passant de l’un à l’autre. L’intervalle Aptien-Albien inférieur du BEA a été subdivisé en deux cycles, soulignés par deux surfaces d’érosion majeures. Le cycle Barrémien terminal-Aptien est souligné par une surface karstifiée et erosive et comprend quatre séquences de dépôt de troisème ordre. Le cycle Albien surmonte une surface majeure d’érosion sous-marine, et contient au moins quatre sequences de dépôt. Dasns chaque cycle, l’évolution vertical des faciès indique un approfondissement ds milieux de depot liée à une hausse eustatique.Dans le BEA, production carbonatée est plus élevée à l’Aptien qu’à l’Albien inférieur, en raison d’un climat chaud, une lente montée du niveau de la mer, un milieu de dépôt peu profond et de faibles apports détritiques. L’abondance totale absolue des nannofossiles décroît entre l’Aptien et l’Albien inférieur, en raison d’un taux de sedimentation plus élevé associé à une subsidence plus rapide. L’apport en nutriments, la fertilité et la production primaire sont plus élevés à l’Albien inférieur qu’à l’Aptien, et sont principalement contrôlés par la montée du niceau de la mer et les courants d’upwellings. La transition Aptien terminal-Albien inférieur est marquée par l’abondance de taxons d’eau froide et par la migration de faunes cosmopolitaines du domaine boréal vers le domaine téthysien, qui pourrait traduire un événement climatique froid, voire glaciaire.

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    Authors: Magyar, Imre; Sztanó, Orsolya; Sebe, Krisztina; Katona, Lajos; +14 Authors

    A new stratigraphic standard for the open lacustrine to deltaic Pannonian Stage is emerging from the combined sedimentological, lithostratigraphical, sequence stratigraphical, biostratigraphical, seismic stratigraphical, geochronological, and magnetostratigraphical investigations of 6 long drill cores. These were drilled by Paks II Nuclear Power Plant Plc. as a preparatory step for the construction of a new power plant near the city of Paks, Central Pannonian Basin, between 2015 and 2016. The boreholes are in a distance of 8-12 km from each other, and five of them fully penetrated the local Pannonian sequence in a thickness of 390 to 662 m. Each core includes offshore clay marl deposited far from sediment entry points (Endrőd Fm), heterolithic, sandy siltstones of a <200 m high shelf-margin slope (Algyő Fm), and several stacked deltaic deposits from prodelta silts to sandy mouth bars, heterolithics, lignite and sandy channel-fills of the delta plain (Újfalu Fm). Magnetostratigraphic investigations from two cores and authigenic 10Be/9Be dating from two others were combined by means of seismic correlation between the boreholes, and thus they provide a solid geochronological and chronostratigraphic basis for the interpretation of the sedimentologial and paleontological records of the cores. The continuous representation of the earliest Pannonian (11.6–9.1 Ma) in the cores needs further investigation, as neither magnetostratigraphy nor authigenic 10Be/9Be dating gave reliable age data from the basal, condensed calcareous marls. The 9.1 to 6.5 Ma interval, however, is represented in the cores by various lithologies and abundant and sometimes excellently preserved fossils. In the deltaic succession, 8 sedimentary sequences were correlated between the cores; as their duration is not more than 400 kyr each, they can be regarded as 4th-order sequences. The paleontological record of the cores shows a very good agreement with the formerly established biochronostratigraphical system. The cores provide an insight into the evolution of the sedimentary environment and the biota of Lake Pannon between 9.1 and 6.5 Ma with a so far unprecedented temporal and spatial resolution.

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