Publications

Peer review papers

Peer review papers

  • Gill, Brian; Kondratieff, Boris; Casner, Kayce; Encalada, C. Andrea; Flecker, Alex; Gannon, Dustin; Ghalambor, Cameron; Guayasamin, Juan; Poff, LeRoy; Simmons, Mark; Thomas, Steven; Zamudio, Kelly; Funk, W. Chris. In press. Cryptic species diversity reveals biogeographic support for the 'Mountain Passes Are Higher in the Tropics' Hypothesis. Proc. R. Soc. B.
  • Boyero, L. Pearson, R. G., Swan, C. M., Hui, C., Gessner, M. O., Pérez, J., Alexandrou, M. A., Graca M. A. S., Cardinale B. J., Albariño, R. J., Arunachalam, M., Barmuta, L. A., Boulton, A. J., Bruder, A., Callisto, M., Chauvet E., Death, R., Dudgeon, D., Encalada, A. C., Ferreira, V., Figueroa, R., Flecker A. S., Goncalvez, Jr., Helson J. E., Iwata T., Jinggut T., Mathooko, J. M., Mathuriau, C., M’Erimba, C. Moretti M. S., Pringle, M., Ramirez, A., Ratnarajah, L., Rincón, J. & C. M. Yule. 2016. Biotic and abiotic variables influencing plant litter breakdown in streams: a global study. Proc. R. Soc. B 283: 20152664. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2015.2664
  • Auerbach, D. A., Buchanan, B. P., Alexiades, A. V., Anderson, E. P. Encalada, A. C., Larson, E. I. McManamay, R. A. Poe, G. L. Walter, M. T. and A. S. Flecker. 2016. Towards catchment classification in data-scarce regions. Ecohydrology. doi: 10. 1002/eco.1721.
  • Finn D. S., Encalada, A. C., & H. Hampel. 2016. Evidence for isolation among mountains but not between stream types in Ecuador’s highest altitude mayfly. Freshwater Science.
  • Cordero-Rivera, A., Encalada, A. C., Sánchez-Guillén, R. A., Santolamazza-Carbone S. & N. von Ellenrieder. 2016. The status of Rhionaeschna galapagoensis (Currie, 1901) with notes on its biology and a description of its ultimate instar larva (Odonata: Aeshnidae). Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 39. 1
  • Boyero, L. Pearson, R. G., Swan, C. M., Hui, C., Albariño, R. J., Arunachalam, M., Callisto, M., Chará, J. Chará-Serna A. C., Chauvet E., Cornejo, A., Dudgeon, D., Encalada, A. C., Ferreira, V., Gessner, M. G. Gonçalves Jr, J. F., Graça, M. A. S., Helson J. E., Mathooko, J. M., McKie, B. G., Moretti M. S. & C. M. Yule. 2015. Latitudinal gradient of nestedness and its potential drivers in stream detritivores. Ecography 38: 949–955, 2015. doi: 10.1111/ecog.00982.
  • Vimos, D. J., Encalada, A. C., Ríos-Touma, B., Suárez E. & N. Prat. 2015. Effects of exotic trout on benthic communities in High-Andean tropical streams. Freshwater Science 34(2): 000-000. doi: 10. 1086/681540.
  • Boyero et al. 2015. Leaf litter breakdown in tropical streams: is variability the norm? Freshwater Science 34(2): 000–000. doi: 10.1086/681093.
  • Graça, M. A. S., Ferreira V., Canhoto C., Encalada A. C., Guerrero-BolañoF., Wantzen K. M. & L. Boyero. 2015. A conceptual model of litter breakdown in low order streams. International Review of Hydrobiology 100: 1–12. doi: 10.1002/iroh.201401757.
  • Heino J., Melo A. S., Bini L. M., et al. 2015. A comparative analysis reveals weak relationships between ecological factors and beta diversity of stream insect metacommunities at two spatial levels. Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10. 1002/ece3. 1439.
  • Swing, K., Denkinger, J., Carvajal L. V, Encalada, A. C., Silva X., Coloma L. A., Guerra J. F., Campos Yánez, F., Zak, V., Riera P., Rivadeneira, J. F., & H. Valdebenito. 2014. Las colecciones científicas: percepciones y verdades sobre su valor y necesidad. Revista Bitácora Académica USFQ 1: 1-46.
  • Araújo, C., Moreira-Santos, M, Sousa, J. P., Ochoa-Herrera, V., Encalada, A. C. & R. Ribeiro. 2014. Contaminants as habitat disturbers: PAH-driven drift by Andean páramo stream insects. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 108: 89–94.
  • Araújo, C., Moreira-Santos, M, Sousa, J. P., Ochoa-Herrera, V., Encalada, A. C. & R. Ribeiro. 2014. Active avoidance from a crude oil soluble fraction by an Andean páramo copepod. Ecotoxicology. doi: 10.1007/s10646-014-1268-9.
  • Knee, K. L. & A. C. Encalada, 2013. Land Use and Water Quality in a Rural Cloud Forest Region (Intag, Ecuador). River Res. Applic. doi: 10.1002/rra.2634:1535-1467.
  • Suárez E., Arcos E., Moreno C., Encalada, A. C. y M. Álvarez. 2013. Influence of vegetation types and ground cover on soil water infiltration capacity in a high-altitude páramo ecosystem. Avances en Ciencias e Ingenierías. Vol. 5, No. 1, Pags. B14-B21. 22
  • Ríos-Touma, B., A. C. Encalada, & N. Prat Fornells. 2012. Oviposition of Aquatic Insects in a Tropical High Altitude Stream. Environmental Entomology 41(6): 1322-1331.
  • Ferreira, V., Encalada, A. C. & M. A. S. Graça. 2012. Effects of litter diversity on decomposition and biological colonization of submerged litter in temperate and tropical streams. Freshwater Science, 31(3): 945–962.
  • Ríos-Touma, B., Prat Fornells, N. & A. C. Encalada. 2012. Invertebrate drift and colonization processes in a tropical Andean stream. Aquatic Biology 14: 233–246. doi: 10.3354/ab00399.
  • Encalada, A. C. & Peckarsky, B. L. 2012. Large-scale manipulation of mayfly recruitment affects population size. Oecologia 168(4): 967-976.
  • Ríos-Touma, B., Encalada A. C., & N. Prat Fornells. 2011. Macroinvertebrate Assemblages of an Andean High-Altitude Tropical Stream: The Importance of Season and Flow. Internat. Rev. Hydrobiol 96(6): 667–685.
  • Boyero, L., Pearson, R. G., Dudgeon, D., Graça, M. A. S., Gessner, M. O., Albariño, R. J., Ferreira, V. Yule, C. M., Boulton, A. J., Arunachalam, M., Callisto, M., Chauvet, E., Ramírez, A., Chará, J., Moretti, M. S., Gonçalves, J. F. Jr., Helson, J. E., Chará-Serna, A. M., Encalada, A. C., Davies, J. N., Lamothe, S., Cornejo, A., Castela, J. Li, A. O. Y., Buria, L. M., Villanueva, V. D., Zúñiga, M. D. and C. M. Pringle. 2011. Global distribution of a key trophic guild contrasts with common latitudinal diversity patterns. Ecology 92(9): 1839–1848.
  • Encalada, A. C., and B. L. Peckarsky. 2011. The influence of recruitment on within-generation population dynamics of a mayfly. Ecosphere 2(10): 107-114.
  • Peckarsky, B. L., Encalada, A. C., McIntosh. 2011. Why do vulnerable mayflies thrive in trout streams? American Entomologist 57: 152-164.
  • Boyero L., Pearson R. G., Dudgeon D., Ferreira V., Graça, M. A. S., Gessner M. O., Boulton A. J., Chauvet E., Yule C. M., Albariño R. J., Ramírez A., Helson J. E., Callisto M., Arunachalam M., Chará J., Figueroa R., Mathooko J. M., Gonçalves J. F. Jr, Moretti M. S., Chará-Serna A. M., Davies J. D., Encalada A. C., Lamothe S., Buria L. M., Castela J., Cornejo A., Li A. O. Y, M’Erimba C., Díaz Villanueva V., Zúñiga M., Swan C. M. and Barmuta L. A. 2011. Global patterns of stream detritivores distribution: implications for biodiversity loss in changing climates. Global Ecology and Biogeography. doi: 10. 1111/j. 1466-8238. 2011. 00673. x
  • Capps, K., Graça, M. A. S., Encalada, A. C. and A. Flecker. 2011. Leaf litter breakdown across three flooding regimes in a seasonally-flooded Amazonian watershed. Journal of Tropical Ecology 27: 205–210.
  • Encalada, A. C., Calles, J. Ferreira, V., C. Canhoto and Graça, M. C. 2010. Effects of riparian land use on the relationship between benthic communities and leaf litter processing in tropical montane forest streams. Freshwater Biology 55: 1719-1733.
  • Ríos Touma B., Encalada, A. C., Prat Fornell, N. 2009. Leaf litter dynamics and its use by invertebrates in a high-altitude tropical Andean Stream. Internat. Rev. Hydrobiol. 94: 357-371.
  • Arroyo D. C & A. C. Encalada. 2009. Evaluación de la calidad de agua a través de macroinvertebrados bentónicos e índices biológicos en ríos tropicales en bosque de neblina montano. Avances de Ciencia e Ingeniería. 1: 11-20.
  • Wilcox, A. C., Peckarsky, B. L., Taylor, B. W. and Encalada, A. C. 2008. Hydraulic and geomorphic effects on mayfly drift in high-gradient streams at moderate discharges. Ecohydrology 1: 176–186.
  • Encalada, A. C. and B. L. Peckarsky. 2007. A comparative study of the costs of alternative mayfly oviposition behaviors. Behav Ecol Sociobiol 61: 1437-1448.
  • Encalada, A. C. and B. L. Peckarsky. 2006. Selective oviposition behavior of the mayfly Baetis bicaudatus. Oecologia 148: 526 – 537.
  • Peckarsky, B. L. Hughes, J. M., Mather P. B. Hillyer, M. and Encalada A. C. 2005. Are populations of mayflies living in adjacent fish and fishless streams genetically differentiated? Freshwater Biology 50: 42-51.
  • Jacobsen, D. & A. C. Encalada. 1998. The macroinvertebrate fauna of Ecuadorian highland streams in wet and dry seasons. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie, 142 (1): 53-70.
  • Jacobsen, D., R. Schultz & A. C. Encalada. 1997. Structure and diversity of stream invertebrate assemblages: the influence of temperature with altitude and latitude. Freshwater Biology, 38: 247-261.

Non-academic papers

Non-academic papers

  • Encalada, A. C. 2010. Funciones ecosistémicas y diversidad de los ríos: Reflexiones sobre el concepto de caudal ecológico y su aplicación en el Ecuador. Polemika No. 5 pp 40. ISBN: 978-9978-68-030-8.

Books or Book Chapters

Books or Book Chapters

  • Suárez, E. Encalada, A. C., y M. Álvarez. 2013. Flores comunes de los páramos de Palugillo, Papallacta y Antisana. Universidad San Francisco de Quito. 64pp. ISBN 978-9942-11-414-3
  • Encalada, A. C., Rieradevall, M. Ríos-Touma, B. García, N. y Prat, N. 2011. Protocolo simplificado y guía de evaluación de la calidad ecológica y ríos andinos (CERA-s). USFQ, UB, AECID, FONAG, Quito, 83pp. ISBN 978-9942-02734-3.
  • Maldonado, M., Maldonado-Ocampo, J. A., Ortega, H., Encalada, A. C., Carvajal-Vallejos, F. M., Rivadeneira, J. F., Acosta, F., Jacobsen, D., Crespo, A. and Rivera-Rondón, C. A. 2011. Biodiversity in aquatic system of the tropical Andes. In: Herzog, S. K., Martínez, R., Jørgensen, P. M. and Tiessen, H. (Editors). Climate Change and Biodiversity in the Tropical Andes. Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) and Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE). ISBN: 978-85-99875-05-6.
  • Anderson E. P., Encalada A. C., Maldonado-Ocampo J. A., McClain M. E., Ortega H, and Wilcox B. P. 2011. Environmental flows: a tool for addressing effects of river alterations and climate change in the Andes. In: Herzog, S. K., Martínez, R., Jørgensen, P. M. and Tiessen, H. (Editors). Climate Change and Biodiversity in the Tropical Andes. Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) and Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment (SCOPE). ISBN: 978-85-99875-05-6.
  • Encalada, A. C. y Martínez, C. 2006. Integridad Ecológica de la Provincia de Cotopaxi, Ecuador. En: Atlas de la Provincia de Cotopaxi. C. Martínez (Ed.). EcoCiencia, Quito. pp 342.

Grants Approved

Grants Approved

  • January 2016. Collaboration Grant USFQ. An experimental approach to understand how climate change affects tropical stream ecosystem function. PI: Andrea Encalada. Postdoctoral Researcher: Andrea Landeria-Dabarca.
  • January 2015. Chancellor Grant USFQ. Cuantificación de Indicadores Bacterianos y Protozoarios Patógenos en riachuelosde la Zona de Antisana, Mudadero y Cerro Puntas. Main PIs: Andrea Encalada and Gabriel Trueba.
  • May 2012. Collaborative Research: Long-term sustainability of water resources and biodiversity under scenarios of climate change in the Napo watershed, Ecuador. Grant awarded by PEER Program, NSF-USAID funds. Main PIs: Andrea Encalada and Juan Guayasamin.
  • January 2012. Collaboration Grant USFQ: Long-term sustainability of water resources and biodiversity under scenarios of climate change in the Napo watershed, Ecuador. Grant awarded by USFQ. Main PI: Andrea Encalada. Co-PIs in the project Dr. Esteban Suárez, Dr. Valeria Ochoa, Dr. Rodny Peñafiel, Dr. Alex Flecker, Dr. LeRoy Pofff.
  • February 2012. Chancellor Grant USFQ: “El cambio climático y su posible efecto en comunidades de insectos acuáticos: Enfoque integrativo basado en rasgos de vida, para predecir la variación en la vulnerabilidad de las especies en regiones tropicales y templadas”. Grant awarded by USFQ. Main PI: Andrea Encalada.
  • January 2011. Collaborative Research: An integrative traits-based approach to predicting variation in vulnerability of tropical and temperate stream biodiversity to climate change. Awarded by NSF-DEB (Dimensions of Biodiversity Program). Main PI: Dr. LeRoy Poff, Colorado State University, with the participation of 8 other PIs from 3 other USA Universities and 3 Ecuadorian Universities, A. C. Encalada PI in the project.
  • June 2011. Encalada, A. C. and B. L. Peckarsky. Oral presentation: “Population size response to large-scale recruitment manipulation of the mayfly Baetis bicaudatus”. SEFS7 Meeting, Girona, España.
  • June 2011. Ríos-Touma, B., Encalada, A. C., González, F., Rieradevall M. and Prat Fornells, N. Oral presentation: “Aquatic Insects Secondary Production and Phenology of a Páramo Stream at Latitude 0”. SEFS7 Meeting, Girona, España.
  • July 2010. Encalada, A. C. Canhoto, C. and M. Graça. Oral presentation: “Consumption and preference of decaying leaves by aquatic insects in montane tropical streams”. AIL Meeting Ponta Delgada, Açores Islands, Portugal.
  • July 2010. Ríos-Touma, B., Encalada, A. C., González, F., Rieradevall, M. and N. Prat. Oral presentation: “Flow Changes and Macroinvertebrates in a Highland Tropical Stream” AIL Meeting Ponta Delgada, Açores Islands, Portugal.
  • July 2010. N. Prat., Ríos-Touma, B., Encalada, A. C., Acosta, R. González, F., Villamarin, C. and Rieradevall, M. July 2010. Oral presentation: “Los Ríos Tropicales de Alta Montaña de Los Andes. Estructura y Calidad Ecológica”. AIL Meeting Ponta Delgada, Açores Islands, Portugal.
  • June 2010. Encalada, A. C., Canhoto, C. and M. Graça. Oral presentation: “Decomposition in a tropical rainforest stream: fewer decomposers or harder leaves?” NABS/ASLO Meeting Santa Fe, New Mexico USA.
  • June 2010. Graça, M; Canhoto, C; Abelho, M; Ferreira, V; Encalada, A. C.; Oral presentation: Can we predict litter decomposition rates and the role of shredders across systems? NABS/ASLO Meeting Santa Fe, New Mexico USA.
  • June 2010. Rosero, D., Encalada, A. C., Jowett, I. G. Oral presentation: Habitat Suitability Models for Aquatic Invertebrates in Highland Tropical Streams: An Alternative for The Assessment of the Impacts of Water Abstractions. NABS/ASLO Meeting Santa Fe, New Mexico USA.
  • June 2010. Rios-Touma, B; Encalada, A. C., Gonzalez, F; Prat, N; Oral presentation: Macroinvertebrate Phenology in Páramo Streams at 0° Latitude. NABS/ASLO Meeting Santa Fe, New Mexico USA.
  • June 2010. Ordóñez, V., Encalada, A. C., Ríos, B., Prat, N., Vimos, D. Oral presentation: Effects of Land Use On the Ecological Integrity of High-Altitude Andean Streams in Northern Ecuador. NABS/ASLO Meeting Santa Fe, New Mexico USA.
  • July 2009. Ríos-Touma, B., Encalada, A. C., Prat, N. Oral presentation: Comunidades de macroinvertebrados en un río tropical altoandino: la importancia del microhábitat, el caudal y la esta. Congreso Internacional Paramundi. Loja-Ecuador.
  • July 2008. Encalada, A. C. & Graca, M. Organizing Committee. Plant Litter Processing in Freshwater Congress. Coimbra. Portugal: Oral presentation: “Shredders are important agents in litter decomposition in montane tropical streams”.
  • May 2008. Capps K. S., Encalada A. C., M. A. S. Graça & A. Flecker. The effects of flooding regime, macroinvertebrates, and tree species on leaf litter breakdown in a seasonally-flooded Amazonian watershed. North American Benthological Society 56th Annual meeting. Salt Lake City, Utah, USA 25-30 May.
  • April 2008. Encalada, A. C. Congreso de Ecología de Bolivia, Cochabamba, Bolivia. Oral presentation: “Efecto del uso del suelo en las tasas de descomposición de hojarasca y en la estructura de las comunidades bénticas en ríos de bosque montano tropical”.
  • August 2007. Encalada, A. C., Canhoto, C. & M. Graca. Freshwater Biological Association (SEFS) Meeting. Palermo, Italy: Oral presentation: “Effect of riparian land use on leaf litter breakdown and invertebrate community composition in tropical montane streams”.
  • June 2004. Encalada, A. C. & Peckarsky, B. NABS Meeting North American Benthological Society Meeting. Talk: “Recruitment limitation in Ephemeroptera”. Vancouver, Canada.
  • November 2002. Encalada, A. C. and Peckarsky, B. L. I Congreso de Ecología y Medio Ambiente. Talk: “Reclutamiento y Comportamiento de Oviposición de la Efímera Baetis bicaudatus en ríos de las Montañas Rocosas en Colorado”. Universidad San Francisco de Quito (USFQ), Ecuador.
  • October 2002. Encalada, A. C. Institute of Marine and Aquatic Sciences. Seminar: “Oviposition Behavior and Recruitment in Aquatic Insects”. University of Coimbra, Portugal.
  • June 2002. Encalada, A. C. and Peckarsky, B. NABS (North American Benthological Society) Congress. Talk: Does local recruitment of the mayfly Baetis bicaudatus determine local larval abundance? Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, USA.
  • January 2002. Encalada, A. C. and Peckarsky, B. Ecology and Evolutionary Symposium. Talk: “Oviposition of the mayfly Baetis bicaudatus: Does local recruitment determine larval abundance?” Cornell University, USA.
  • June 2001. Encalada, A. C. and Peckarsky, B. NABS (North American Benthological Society) Congress. Talk: Can availability of oviposition sites predict recruitment of the mayfly Baetis bicaudatus”. LaCrosse, USA.
  • May 2000. Encalada, A. C. and Peckarsky, B. NABS Congress. Talk: “Selective Oviposition Behavior of the Mayfly Baetis bicaudatus in Colorado Mountain Streams”. Keystone, USA.
  • July 1997. Encalada, A. C. Lecturer of the Status Report of the GLOBE Program in Ecuador. Second Annual GLOBE Conference. Washington D. C., USA.

Students and Associate Researchers LEA

Students and Associate Researchers LEA

Present Post-Doctoral Researchers

  • Andrea Landeira, Ph.D. graduated from Universidad de Vigo, Spain. Present position, postdoctoral research associate at Laboratorio de Ecología Acuática-USFQ.

Past Post-Doctoral Researchers

  • Blanca Ríos Touma, Ph.D. graduated from Universidad de Barcelona, Barcelona- España. Present position, Assistant Professor at Universidad Tecnológica Indoamérica. Ecuador.
  • Karen Knee, Ph.D. graduated from Stanford University, California- USA. Present position, Assistant Professor. American University Washington D. C.

Fulbright Visiting Scholar

  • Alex Alexiades, Ph.D. graduated from Cornell University. Present position, postdoctoral research associate at Laboratorio de Ecología Acuática-USFQ.

Present Students

  • María Virginia Gabela, Bachelor student in Ecology, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor).
  • Christian Moreno, Master student. Maestría en Ecología Universidad San Francisco de Quito.
  • Patricio Mena, Master student. Maestría en Ecología Universidad San Francisco de Quito.
  • Chris James, Master student. Maestría en Ecología Universidad San Francisco de Quito.

Past Students

  • Ana Eguiguren, Bachelor student in Ecology, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor).
  • María José Troya, Bachelor student in Biology, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor)
  • María Cristina de la Paz, Bachelor student in Biology, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor).
  • Edgar Guerrón, Bachelor student in Ecology. University of Vienna and Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor).
  • Anabel Rosales, Bachelor student in Environmental Communication, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor). Graduated in June 2012.
  • José Pontón, Bachelor student in Ecology, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor). Graduated in June 2012.
  • María José Rendón, Bachelor student in Ecology, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor). Graduated in June 2012.
  • Maja Celinscak, Master student in the EMAE Program (European Master of Applied Ecology) (A. C. Encalada, co-advisor with J. P. Sousa, University of Coimbra). Graduated in July 2011.
  • Daniela Rosero, Master student in the Ecology Program, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor). Graduated in May 2011.
  • Verónica Ordoñez, Master student in the Ecology Program, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor). Graduated on December 2010.
  • Diego Vimos, Master student in the Ecology Program, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, supervisor). Graduated on November 2010.
  • Gabriela Castillo, Bachelor Honor Thesis in Ecology, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador (A. C., supervisor). Graduated May 2010.
  • Natalia Garcia, Bachelor Honors Thesis in Ecology. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. (A. C. Encalada, USFQ project supervisor). Graduated in May 2009.
  • Blanca Ríos Touma, Ph.D. Universidad de Barcelona, Barcelona- España (Dr. Narcis Prat main advisor & A. C. Encalada, co-advisor), graduated 2008.
  • Juan A. Calles, M. Sc. University of Van Amsterdam. (A. C. Encalada, Supervisor & Dr. Michael Krak, Academic Advisor at Amsterdam). Graduated 2006.
  • Carolina Arroyo, Bachelor Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, committee member) Graduated 2005.
  • Cristina Ibarra, Degree in Biology. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, co-advisor with Dr. Olivier Dangles).
  • Daniel Cisneros, Degree in Biology. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador. (A. C. Encalada, co-advisor with Dr. Olivier Dangles).
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