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17 de abril de 2024

Dos puestos para biólogos de campo en el Parque Nacional del bosque de Baviera, Alemania - con posibilidad de PhD

Oferta compartida por Cristina

2 positions -  Wildlife Ecologist/Ecologis (m/w/d) for the project


The rapid technical development of wildlife cameras, so-called camera traps, has led to the availability of powerful and cost-effective devices for wildlife research, which have been used in numerous projects worldwide. Significant advances in the area of database systems and data preparation have also occurred recently. However, there is still a need to make these tools available for managers and develop analysis tools that can cope with heterogeneous data sets. To advance these developments and achieve harmonisation of methods, the project „Big Picture“ has been funded by the European Union's Biodivesa scheme. The 14 partner organisations involved in the project aim to develop data management and analysis tools for integrating and further developing professional and citizen science camera trap initiatives across Europe.

The position is part of the subproject that aims to develop and apply methods for analysing interactions between vertebrate species to model spatial and temporal scales simultaneously and continuously. The analysis will focus on predator-prey relationships, the influence of predators on mesocarnivores and invasive species, and the interaction of scavengers.

The sought-after employee is responsible for planning, carrying out and coordinating the field surveys, analysing the data, publishing the results in international journals and presenting them at conferences. The area of responsibility also includes the supervision of bachelor and master students.
Your profile:

Ecologist, Wildlife Ecologis, Conservation Biologist, Landscape Ecologist or related trainingExcellent master's degree
Ability to carry out independent scientific work, possibly proven through publications
Excellent knowledge and experience in statistical modeling and the analysis of camera traping data with “R” and in dealing with large amounts of data
Excellent knowledge of English and scientific writing
Willingness to work in the field for extended periods and under difficult conditions
Driving license
We offer:

Competent and close supervision in a project striving to understand basic ecological principles within an already established broad spectrum of scientific disciplines. The positions are at the Bavarian Forest National Park Administration. Open to applicants is a 65% position according to the collective agreement of the federal states for public service (TV-L) in pay group 13. The position offers the opportunity to do PhD thesis at the University of Freiburg. The position is limited to the duration of the project, 36 months.

The workplace is generally suitable for people with severe disabilities. Otherwise, equal applicants with severe disabilities will be given preference. To achieve equality between women and men, women are particularly encouraged to apply. The National Park Administration actively promotes equality for all employees. Therefore, we we-come applications from everyone, regardless of their cultural and social background, age, religion, belief, disability, or sexual identity.

Please send your application (CV, motivation letter and your earliest possible starting date as well as certificates, including academic records) as one PDF file at the latest by Mai 15 th 2024 via e-mail with the subject "Big Picture" to

Further information: Prof. Dr. Marco Heurich

16 de abril de 2024

PhD en ecología marina en Holanda

Oferta compartida por Cristina

Job description

The department of Estuarine and Delta Systems at the Royal Netherlands Institute of Sea Research (NIOZ) in Yerseke is looking for a highly motivated PhD student with a background in experimental (marine) biology/ecology and an interest in molecular ecology to investigate the prospects of using marine vegetation (e.g., seagrass, seaweeds) to improve the health of commercially important shellfish. The position advertised is part of the Delta Climate Center‘s Iconic Project “δelta Protein”.

The department of Estuarine and Delta Systems (EDS, NIOZ-Yerseke) aims at understanding how the interplay between organisms, hydrodynamics, sediment dynamics and chemistry shapes the estuarine and delta environment in the context of natural and human-induced environmental changes. An important focus of our research is how these abiotic-biotic interactions create value for society, following for example the “Building with Nature” paradigm or investigating sustainable sources of marine biomass for food. We do frontier applied science, meaning that we link fundamental understanding to societal usage. In doing so, we aim to actively support managers with the insights needed for ecosystem conservation, ecosystem restoration, and enhancing ecosystem services (e.g., creating nature-based flood defence, alternative sources of food, biodiversity, carbon sequestration, etc.) all in the face of global change and accelerating sea level rise.


The Delta Climate Center (DCC) in Vlissingen is a new and innovative knowledge center in the field of climate adaptation. It unites science and practice through a unique partnership between the knowledge institutions Scalda, HZ University of Applied Sciences, University College Roosevelt, NIOZ, Utrecht University, and Wageningen University & Research. The core question of the DCC is: how to advance the transition towards sustainable, climate-resilient, and prosperous deltas? With the Zeeland delta as its living lab, the DCC fosters innovative and impactful solutions for future-proof deltas worldwide. The “δelta Protein” project is the first transdisciplinary Iconic Project of the DCC, and involves all its partners and many stakeholders.


The advertised PhD student position at NIOZ in Yerseke and the DCC in Vlissingen is part of the transdisciplinary consortium “δelta Protein”. It will study how the transition from animal protein to low-trophic (e.g., shellfish, plant) protein-based diets can be facilitated. This will be done by exploring the conditions needed for this transition, as well as the challenges that need to be overcome and the opportunities that will arise, all within the province of Zeeland. The project covers legal, social, technical, ecological and implementation aspects. The PhD candidate is expected to actively collaborate with members of the “δelta Protein” consortium, as well as stakeholders from companies, governmental agencies, and NGOs. The appointed candidate will obtain a PhD degree from the Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Groningen.


Within the “δelta Protein” project, novel insights are needed to facilitate the transition to a sustainable, climate change-resilient food system based on low trophic protein sources, cultivated in a nature-inclusive manner in the marine environment in Zeeland. The PhD candidate will use field and mesocosm-based experiments in combination with ecophysiological, molecular and microbial ecological approaches (incl. bioinformatics) to assess how seagrass and seaweed may improve the health of low trophic aquaculture (LTA) species (e.g. mussels, oysters) under future climate scenarios. This is an innovative nature-inclusive approach to develop future-proof, sustainable methods to produce healthier and higher quality seafood, and to improve seafood security, human health, and the environment.

Job requirements


Applicants should have a MSc degree in marine ecology, molecular / microbial ecology or related disciplines; and have experience or affinity with bioinformatics. The candidate enjoys conducting experiments both in mesocosms as in the field, performing molecular labwork, and applying data science approaches to analyse large multivariate datasets. Experience with or a keen interest in developing skills in bioinformatics are a big plus.

In this project, you will learn and apply state-of-the-art analytical techniques and research concepts to cross scientific boundaries. Excellent communication skills and an open collaborative attitude are essential for the success of the project. You will work in a transdisciplinary research environment; a very good command of spoken and written English is essential. Because of interactions with regional stakeholders, a good command of Dutch will be a plus; Dutch language courses will be offered to the appointed candidate through the NIOZ Academy - for personal and professional development.

NIOZ is a transparent institute with a healthy working climate and an inclusive culture, where people from diverse backgrounds and gender bring their talents and further develop these talents. We aim for inclusive decision-making processes and expect our leadership to show visible commitment, awareness of bias, and cultural intelligence.

CONDITIONSEmployment of this full-time position at Royal NIOZ is by NWO-I, for a total duration of 4 years.  You start with an appointment for the duration of 1 year, that, after a positive evaluation in the 9th month (Go-No go), will be extended to the full period of 4 years.
Salary compliant with scales for PhD candidate (OIOs) CAO-WVOI (Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Research Institutes). 
An appointment at NIOZ as a PhD candidate means working and learning simultaneously conform the NIOZ PhD policy.  
338 annualized holiday hours for a full-time 40-hour work week.
Pension scheme via ABP, 8% holiday allowance and a year-end bonus of 8.33%. 
2nd class public transportation travel is reimbursed 100%.
Employment benefits plan to exchange a portion of your salary for days off or vice versa, or can be used to purchase a bicycle with tax benefits.
We offer relocation expenses for employees coming from abroad and support with finding accommodation. Yerseke is located on commuting distance from major cities such as Antwerpen, Breda, Bergen op Zoom and Middelburg.

For additional information about this vacancy, please contact Dr. Jeroen van de Water or Prof. Dr. Klaas Timmermans. For additional information about the procedure, please send an e-mail to

Closing date for this vacancy is 22 April 2024

we aim to invite suitable candidates for an interview on May 1st.

Dos oportunidades de doctorado en Suecia, en genómica evolutiva y de poblaciones de plantas.

Oferta compartida por Nuria

Two open PhD positions in Tanja Slotte's research group at Stockholm University, associated with two recently funded projects!!

Stockholm University is a leading European university in Sweden’s dynamic capital city. The University has more than 33,000 students, 1,600 doctoral students and 5,500 staff members active within the natural sciences and humanities. Research and education at the Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences (DEEP) is located in the Arrhenius Laboratories, situated at the University Campus at Frescati. Research spans a broad range of biological subject areas including ecology and evolution, ecotoxicology, marine biology, plant physiology, systematics, and environmental and climate science.

Presently around 100 people, including 35 PhD students and 10 postdocs, in 25 research groups work at DEEP. The research environment is characterized by its international focus and collaborative and stimulating working environment. The senior staff are both active researchers and teachers. They teach on many different courses that are part of biology education at both Bachelors and Masters level

The Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences invites applications for two four-year PhD position part of the project in Prof. Tanja Slotte’s research group.

1. Convergent evolution and loss of a classic floral polymorphism - genetic causes and genomic consequences - funded by the Swedish Research Council. Full ad here

2. Unlocking genetic variation for climate adaptation of crops - funded by Formas. Full ad here

The application deadline is April 23, 2024 for both positions (applications should be submitted through the Stockholm University system - see link from ad).
For more details, see the complete positions' advertisements.

15 de abril de 2024

Coordinador científico para el desarrollo de un programa de conservación marina en Noruega

Oferta compartida por Cristina

Science Coordinator Science · LYSAKER

Job Description

We are seeking a dynamic and passionate Science Coordinator to join our ocean research and solutions team at the REV Ocean Fornebu office (Norway). As Science Coordinator, you will work closely with the Science Director in the development and operationalisation of the REV Ocean science programme, including the identification of key research and solutions topics, the preparation and running of the annual calls for proposals, setting up and implementing operational processes and facilitating workflows with the Science and Innovation Advisory Board. In addition, you will work with the Ocean Solutions Coordinator to develop and implement the basis for using RV REV Ocean as a multi-disciplinary floating “think-tank” for ocean solutions. Coordination on board the vessel during science and solutions cruises and representation of REV Ocean at national and international science, industry and policy meetings will be an important aspect of the role. The Science Coordinator will also contribute to developing and implementing scientific activities when the vessel is being operated in charter mode, in close collaboration with the Charter team. As Science Coordinator, you will also play a crucial role in assisting with external communications, and translating complex scientific concepts into accessible and engaging content for diverse audiences. Your work will contribute to raising awareness about ocean-related issues, promoting our research initiatives and advocating for sustainable ocean solutions. The ideal candidate will have a robust track record in marine research, including sea-going expertise and strong leadership skills, exceptional communication skills, and proficiency in various media platforms.

ResponsibilitiesAssist in the continual review of the REV Ocean science programme and priorities, in liaison with the Science Director, Science and Innovation Advisory Board and Management Team.
Operationalisation of processes for access to RV REV Ocean and running of proposal assessment, project initiation, implementation and reporting.
Assist in the development of the REV Ocean multi-disciplinary floating “think-tank” programme for ocean solutions.
Act as REV Ocean’s cruise lead during science and solutions cruises to overview activities on board and ensure coordination amongst teams.
Assist the charter mode in the development and implementation of scientific activities during charter cruises.
Represent REV Ocean at selected science, industry and policy meetings at the national and international level.
Financial, reporting and personnel management duties as specified by the Science Director.
Help create compelling written content, including articles, blog posts, press releases and educational materials to communicate relevant science and solutions to diverse audiences.
Help create content for social media platforms, fostering engagement and building a community around ocean research and solutions.
Organise and participate in outreach events, workshops and educational programmes to connect with the public and stakeholders.

Skills and Qualifications
Enthusiasm and positive interest in contributing to a healthier ocean.
Ph.D. and at least 3 years postdoctoral experience in marine science (e.g. marine biology, environmental sciences, physical oceanography, biogeochemistry).
Successful track record in fund raising, science project development/design and science delivery.
Experience of research grant review.Excellent management skills in medium to large research projects with international teams.
Experience of working at sea for extended periods of time, leading teams in a multicultural and pluri-disciplinary environment.
Ability to pass a sea-going medical and sea-survival certification.
Knowledge of ocean issues, policy and governance.
Fluency in English, both written and spoken.
Proficiency in writing, editing and proofreading scientific content with the ability to convey complex scientific concepts for various audiences and diverse communication.
Social media skills, including experience with platforms such as X, Instagram and Facebook.
Basic photography and photo editing skills to create visually appealing content.
Ability to collaborate effectively with scientists, researchers and other team members.
Creative thinking and problem-solving skills to develop innovative science, innovation and communication strategies.
Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines effectively.

If you are passionate about science, innovation and communication, committed to ocean conservation and possess the skills outlined above, we encourage you to apply and be part of our dedicated team working towards a sustainable future for our ocean. Applicants from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

What we Offer
Opportunity to work with great people in a hugely innovative arena to create real impact. 
Opportunities for growth and development, access to learning resources. 
A diverse and inclusive, internationally-minded working environment.
Open and friendly company culture. 
Flat structure with direct access to decision makers. 
Competitive salary and benefits (including pension plans, insurance, health care and more).
Access to an outstanding private medical clinic, free staffed gym and new attractive offices. 
Subsidized lunch.
All the tools you need to be productive. 

Application requirementsApplications should be submitted through this online system.
The Cover Letter should not exceed 1 page.
The CV should not exceed 4 pages.

13 de abril de 2024

Urgente- (Prácticas/Voluntariado remunerado) Research Assistant position Ozouga Chimpanzee Project (OCP), Gabon

We still have ONE vacancy for a motivated Research Assistant (RA) to collect behavioral data on central chimpanzees (Pan troglodytes troglodytes) living in the Loango National Park, Gabon. The OCP is a long-term field site conducting research on many aspects of chimpanzee behaviour, health, and cognition (For more information see:

Responsibilities include:
The RA will receive an initial training of one week at the Comparative BioCognition Group, Institute of Cognitive Science (IKW) in Osnabrück, Germany, by members of the OCP on the data collection methods and health and safety protocols. After the initial training, the RA will travel to the Loango National Park in Gabon. The RA will be responsible for conducting daily focal animal follows on the habituated chimpanzees of the OCP. This entails following a focal chimpanzee all day long, observing and documenting aspects of their behaviour. The RA will also collect fecal and urine samples, demographic and nutritional information and potentially other data needed for specific projects (e.g., audio or video recordings). Assistance with phenology transects and camera trap maintenance will also be required. The RAs are locally supervised by the OCP field-site manager and remotely by a team of experts.

Qualifications include:

The RA should have a Bachelor/Master in Biology, Anthropology, Zoology and/or Psychology with a strong interest in behavioral ecology/animal behavior. Field experience and knowledge of behavioral data collection will be a strong advantage.

Living conditions are extremely basic. There is no running water, very limited phone coverage and internet access, and only basic solar power for electricity. Satellite phones are available in the event of an emergency. Team members live in wooden huts and the food is local and basic. Additionally, the challenging aspects of living in remote tropical conditions, coupled with the necessity of both living and collaborating with team members, underscore the importance of stress resilience, excellent social skills, and maintaining professionalism in the work environment. Working with the chimpanzees is also physically demanding, so excellent physical and psychological conditions are necessary. The RA needs to speak French AND English, and needs to be able to work independently after the training in the forest. Note that the OCP adheres strictly to gender equality and will not tolerate any form of sexual harassment.

Compensation and training:
We offer the initial training of about 1 week (depending on existing knowledge and experience) by experts from the OCP in Osnabrück, Germany. Afterwards we expect a tenure of 12 months in the Loango National Park. The research assistant receives free accommodation and a compensation of 200€ per month for living expenses etc and a contribution of 50€ towards health insurance costs. After the successful tenure, we reimburse return international flights from Düsseldorf to Libreville, as well as visa costs (to a max of 1000 €).

Please apply by sending a motivation letter, a CV (including your experience with behavioural data collection), and contact information for two referees to Dr. Tobias Deschner ( and Prof. Simone Pika (, and state “RA OCP 2024” in the subject line.

We will start evaluating the applications on April 15th, 2024 and continue until the position is filled. Start of the appointment will be as soon as possible.

Profesional de medio ambiente (Madrid)

 BSA (Business Support & Advisory) es una unidad integral y global de la empresa orientada a los clientes internos. Su equipo es una pieza clave en la actuación de la empresa en tres áreas: operaciones, cumplimiento y asesoramiento. Esta área desarrolla soluciones alineadas con los objetivos estratégicos de la empresa para ser más eficientes, productivos e innovadores. Gracias a su conocimiento experto, proporciona apoyo y acompañamiento profesional en diferentes áreas (RRHH, Finanzas, Legal, IT, Real Estate & Workplace, Marketing, Compras, Seguridad & Privacidad, entre otras) para asesorar al negocio en la toma de decisiones.

#Trusted Advisor & First Choice

Buscamos profesional con experiencia en medioambiente para la incorporación al equipo EMEAL de ESG & Sustainability.


  • Cálculo de Huella de carbono de todos los países EMEAL bajo el estándar ISO 14064 y GHG Protocol
  • Implementación y gestión de Sistemas de Gestión Ambiental ISO 14001
  • Elaboración y revisión de información: informe no financiero, certificaciones y cuestionarios para las ofertas
  • Interlocución y soporte a otras áreas de la compañía, Company Information, Facilities, Producción o Compras en materia medioambiental y energética
  • Coordinación y apoyo a las personas responsables de medioambiente de todos los países EMEAL
  • Apoyo en el diseño e implementación de la estrategia de gestión de la energía de la compañía.
  • Apoyo en las auditorías de la compañía y de terceros

Experiencia: experiencia laboral de 3 a 5 años en posición similar.

Competencias técnicas:

  • Medición y cálculo de huella de carbono (ISO14064/1)
  • Implementación de sistemas de gestión y certificación ambiental y energética (ISO14001 / ISO50001)
  • Gestión de residuos y prácticas sostenibles
  • Economía circular
  • Cumplimentación de cuestionarios de índices de sostenibilidad (CDP, Ecovadis, FTSE4Good, DJSI, TCFD)
  • Diseño y ejecución de planes de reducción de emisiones
  • Conocimiento de metodología SBT Net Zero
  • Evaluación y gestión de riesgos y oportunidades asociados al cambio climático
  • Mecanismos del mercado de energía renovable
  • Conocimiento de legislación ambiental vigente

Competencias funcionales:

  • Capacidad de trabajar en equipo y de gestión de personas
  • Alto nivel de interlocución

Idiomas: excelente nivel de español e inglés (C1)

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Trabajamos día a día para crear un entorno en el que podamos explorar, vivir y potenciar nuestra propia singularidad.

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Trabaja en biología marina para la IUCN en Málaga

Oferta compartida por Marta en el Biogrupo.

Mediterranean Programme Assistant

Vacancy #: 6813
Unit: Marine Programme
Organisation: International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Location: Centre for Mediterranean Cooperation, Malaga, Spain
Reporting to: Marine Biodiversity and Blue Economy Manager
Work percentage: 100%
Grade: A2
Expected start date: 15 May 2024
Type of contract: Indefinite
Closing date: 21 April 2024


The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) was founded in 1948 and brings together over 1,200 members (States, government agencies, NGOs and affiliates) and some 17,000 scientists and experts from over 160 countries in a unique worldwide partnership. Its mission is to influence, encourage and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature and to ensure that any use of natural resources is equitable and ecologically sustainable. IUCN has approximately 1,000 staff, most of whom are located in its regional and country offices, and at its Headquarters in Gland, Switzerland. IUCN is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from qualified women and men.


Under the direct supervision of the Marine Biodiversity and Blue Economy line manager the Programme Assistant will support IUCN’s work in the Mediterranean, with a specific focus in:

1) Support the implementation of the Marine Biodiversity and Blue Economy portfolio (estimated dedication 40%). This includes:

a) Support on the development of several activities of projects and initiatives of the working line
b) Support on the development of workshops and Capacity buildings
c) Carrying out financial, logistical and administration support.
Specific Tasks
- Establishing and maintaining sound and productive working relationships with IUCN partners involved in the projects.
- Writing of reports and documents related to the activities of projects
- Elaboration of communication material

2) Support the implementation of the agriculture portfolio (estimated dedication 40%) This includes:

a) Support on the development of several activities under the projects of the working line
b) Carrying out financial, logistical and administration support.

3) Other Support to Mediterranean Programme implementation (estimated dedication 10-20%).
Specific Tasks

- Support other departments in the office for emerging issues including event organization, contracts and relations with partners
- Undertake any other task/emerging issues at the request by the line manager.


• A degree (MSc) in Conservation Biology or related field.

• A minimum of one year professional experience.

• Knowledge of IUCN tools and Office.

• Proven skills on logistics and administration.

• Excellent editing and writing skills in English and French

• Proven ability to work both independently and as part of a team

• Organizational skills

• Communication skills.

• Fluency in written and spoken English and French

• Valid EU workpermit

The minimum gross annual salary for this position is EUR 26'710. While this is an indicative amount effective as of the current date, changes may occur as per IUCN's compensation practices without prior notice. The same applies to other organisations hosted by IUCN.


Applicants are requested to apply online through the HR Management System, by opening the vacancy announcement and pressing the "Apply" button.

Applicants will be asked to create an account and submit their profile information. Applications will not be accepted after the closing date. The vacancy closes at midnight, Swiss time (GMT+1 / GMT+2 during Daylight Saving Time, DST). Please note that only selected applicants will be personally contacted for interviews.

Other job opportunities are published in the IUCN website:

About IUCN

IUCN is a membership Union uniquely composed of both government and civil society organisations. It provides public, private and non-governmental organisations with the knowledge and tools that enable human progress, economic development and nature conservation to take place together.

Created in 1948, IUCN is now the world’s largest and most diverse environmental network, harnessing the knowledge, resources and reach of more than 1,400 Member organisations and around 16,000 experts. It is a leading provider of conservation data, assessments and analysis. Its broad membership enables IUCN to fill the role of incubator and trusted repository of best practices, tools and international standards.

IUCN provides a neutral space in which diverse stakeholders including governments, NGOs, scientists, businesses, local communities, indigenous peoples organisations and others can work together to forge and implement solutions to environmental challenges and achieve sustainable development.

Working with many partners and supporters, IUCN implements a large and diverse portfolio of conservation projects worldwide. Combining the latest science with the traditional knowledge of local communities, these projects work to reverse habitat loss, restore ecosystems and improve people’s well-being.

Técnico/a de Medioambiente Iplan Gestión Integral · Barcelona

Somos IPLAN GESTIÓN INTEGRAL, empresa vinculada a servicios de ingeniería desarrollados fundamentalmente en el sector eléctrico, obra civil, energías renovables, medio ambiente y legalizaciones. Formamos parte de VULCAIN ENGINEERING, grupo internacional francés de empresas de ingeniería con un enfoque multisectorial, que trabaja en las distintas áreas claves de la infraestructura y de la energía.

Actualmente nos encontramos en la búsqueda de un/a Técnico/a de Medioambiente para incorporarse a nuestro equipo ubicado en la oficina de Barcelona.

Tus Funciones Serán

  • Elaboración de estudios de evaluación ambiental estratégica y estudios de impacto ambiental.
  • Elaboración de estudios de impacto e integración paisajística y documentación urbanística.
  • Dirección y vigilancia ambiental de obra.
  • Planes de Prevención de Incendios.
  • Consulta y gestión de los datos cartográficos de proyectos (GIS).

Perfil Requerido

  • Licenciatura o Grado en Ciencias Ambientales, Biología, Ing. Forestal, Ing. Agrónoma o Geografía. Deseable Máster relacionado a Medioambiente.

¿Qué ofrecemos?

  • Incorporación con contrato indefinido.
  • Desarrollo profesional y plan de carrera.
  • Flexibilidad horaria y modalidad de trabajo híbrido.
  • Jornada intensiva todos los viernes del año y en verano (Julio/Agosto).

Si reúnes los requisitos y te gusta lo que estás leyendo, es tú oportunidad para formar parte de una empresa en plena expansión. ¡Estamos deseando conocerte!

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