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2012

2011

2010

  • Kong, D., Zhang, K. and Schubert, G Shapes of two-layer models of rotating planets, Journal of Geophysical Research, pp E12003, vol. 115
  • Li, L., Liao X., Chan, K. and Zhang, K On nonlinear multiarmed spiral waves in slowly rotating fluid systems, Physics of Fluid, pp 011701, vol. 22
  • Liao X. and Zhang, K. Asymptotic andrnnumerical solutions of the initial value problem in rotatingrnplanetary fluid cores, Geophysical Journal Internationalrn, pp 181–192, vol. 180
  • Zhang, K., Kong, D. and Liao, X On fluid flows in precessing narrow annular channels: asymptotic analysis and numerical simulation, J. Fluid Mech, pp 116 - 146, vol. 656
  • Zhang, K., Kong, D. and Liao, X On fluid flows in precessing narrow annular channels: asymptotic analysis and numerical simulation, J. Fluid Mech, pp 116 - 146, vol. 656

2009

  • Palguta, J., Schubert, G., Zhang, K. and Anderson, D Constraints on the location, magnitude, and dimensions of Ganymede\'s mass anomalies. , Icarus, pp 615-625, vol. 201
  • Chan K., Zhang K. and X. Liao An EBE finite element method for simulating nonlinear flows in rotating spheroidal cavities, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, pp (in press)
  • Christensen UR, et al. and Zhang, K. A numerical dynamo benchmark , Phys. Earth Planet. Inter, pp 3-4, vol. 172
  • Liao, X. and Zhang, K Inertial oscillation, inertial wave and initial value problem in rotating annular channels, Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 199 - 222, vol. 103
  • Liao, X. and Zhang, K A new integral property of inertial waves in rotating fluid spheres. , Proc R. Soc. Lond, pp 1075-1091, vol. 465
  • Zhan, X., Liao, X., R. Zhu and Zhang, K Convection in rotating annular channels heated from below: Part 3. Experimental boundary conditions, Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn. , pp 443-466, vol. 103
  • Zhang, K. and Liao, X The onset of convectionrnin rotating circular cylinders with experimental boundary conditions. , J. Fluid Mech, pp 63-73, vol. 622

2008

  • Chan, K. H., Liao, X. and Zhang, K Multilayered solar interface dynamos: from a Cartesian kinematic dynamo to a spherical dynamic dynamo, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Cambridge University Press, pp 22-32, vol. 247
  • Chan, K., Zhang K., L. Li and X. Liao On the effect of an electrically heterogeneous lower mantle on planetary dynamos , Phys. Earth Planet. Inter, pp 204-210, vol. 169
  • Chan, K., X. Liao and Zhang K Three-dimensional multilayered spherical dynamic interface dynamo using the Malkus-Proctor formulation, Astrophy. J, pp 1392--1403, vol. 682
  • Dai, Z., Zhang K., G. Schubert and X. Liao Simulations of nonlinear pore-water convection in spherical shells, Phys. of Fluids, pp 026601, vol. 20
  • Dai, Z., Zhang K., Liao, X. and Schubert, G Hydrothermal convection in moderately thin spherical shells, Phy. Rev. Lett, pp 028501, vol. 101
  • Li, L., X. Liao, K. Chan and K. Zhang Linear and nonlinear instabilities in rotating cylindrical Rayleigh-Benard convection, Phys. Rev. E
  • Li, L., X. Liao and Zhang, K Countertraveling waves in rotating Rayleigh-Benard convection, Phys. Rev. E, pp 027301, vol. 77
  • Liao, X. and Zhang K. On viscous decay factors for spherical inertial modes in rotating planetary fluid cores: comparison between asymptotic and numerical analysis , Phys. Earth Planet. Inter, pp 211-219, vol. 169
  • Liao, X. and Zhang K The mathematical problem of inertial waves in rapidly rotating planets and stars, AMS/IP Studies in Advanced Mathematics, pp 831-860, vol. 42
  • Zhang, K. and Liao, X On the initial value problem in a rotating circular cylinder, J. Fluid Mech, pp 425--443, vol. 610

2007

  • Zhang, K., Liao, X. and Busse, F.H Asymptotic theory of inertial convection in a rotating cylinder, J. Fluid Mech, pp 449-471, vol. 575
  • Chan, K.H., Zhang, K., Li, L. and Liao, X A new generation of convection-driven spherical dynamos using EBE finite element method, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter. , pp 251-265, vol. 163
  • Feng, T., Liao, X. and Zhang, K A quasi-geostrophic convection model for planetary systems using a domain decomposition method, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter. 163:266-282, pp 266-282, vol. 163
  • Gibbons, S.J., Gubbins, D. and Zhang K Convection in rotating spherical fluid shells with inhomogeneous heat flux at the outer boundary, Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 347, vol. 347 - 370
  • Liao, X., Feng T., and Zhang, K On the saturation and temporal variation of mean zonal flows: an implication for equatorial jets on giant planets, Astrophys. J, pp L41-L44 , vol. 666
  • Liao, X., Zhang, K. and Chang, Y Nonlinear torsional oscillations in rotating systems, Phys. Rev. Lett, pp 1-4, vol. 98:094501
  • Roberts, P.H., Schubert, G., Zhang, K., Liao X. and Busse, F.H. Instabilities in a fluid layer with phase changes, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiorsrn, pp 147-157, vol. 165
  • Zhang, K Earth's core convection, Encycl. Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism, Springer, pp 80-82
  • Zhang, K Equilibration of generated magnetic field: weak and strong-field dynamo, Encycl. Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism, Springer, pp 262-263
  • Zhang, K. and Liao, X Magnetoconvection, Encycl. Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism, Springer, pp 630-632
  • Zhang, K., Liao, X. and Busse, F.H Asymptotic solutions of convection in rapidly rotating non-slip spheres, J. Fluid Mech, pp 371-380, vol. 578
  • Zhang, K., Liao, X. and Zhu, R Nonlinear convection in rotating convection: Slip-stick travelling waves, Phys. Review E, pp 055302(R), vol. 75

2006

  • Chan, K., Zhang, K.and Zou, J Spherical interface dynamos: mathematical theory, finite element approximation, and application, SIAM J. Numerical Analysis, pp 1877-1902, vol. 44
  • Chang, Y., Liao X. and Zhang, K Convection in rotating annular channels heated from below: Part 2 Transition to turbulence, Geophys.Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 215-241, vol. 100
  • Liao, X. and Zhang, K On the convective excitation of torsional oscillations in rotating systems, Astrophys. J, pp L113-116, vol. 638
  • Liao, X., Zhang, K. and Chang, Y On boundary-layer convection in a rotating fluid layer, J. Fluid Mech, pp 375-384, vol. 549
  • Zhang, K. and Schubert, G Comparison of terrestrial and solar dynamos, Rep. Prog. Phys, pp 1581-1605, vol. 69
  • Zhang, K., Liao, X., Zhan, X. and Zhu, R Convective instabilities in a rotating vertical Hele-Shaw cell, Phys. of Fluids, pp 1-10, vol. 18:124102
  • Zhang, P., Gilbert, A.D. and Zhang, K Nonlinear dynamo action in rotating convection and shear, J. Fluid Mech, pp 25-49, vol. 546

2005

  • Busse, F.H., Zhang, K. and Liao, X On slow inertial waves in the solar convection zone, Astrophys. J, pp L171-L174, vol. 631
  • Li.,L., Zhang P., Liao, X. and Zhang, K Multiplicity of nonlinear thermal convection in a spherical shell, Phys. Review, pp 1-9, vol. E 71:016301
  • Liao, X. Zhang, K. and Feng, T On thermal instabilities and differential rotation in rapidly rotating stars: A new quasi-geostrophic approximation, Astrophys. J, pp 518-528, vol. 631
  • Liao, X., Zhang, K. and Chang, Y Convection in rotating annular channels heated from below: Part 1 Linear stability and weakly nonlinear mean flows, Geophys.Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 445-465, vol. 99
  • Liao, X., Zhang, K. and Gubbins, D A multi-layered kinematic dynamo model: implications of a stratified upper layer in the Earth's core, Geophys. Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 377-395, vol. 99
  • Zhang, K., Liao, X. and Schubert G Pore water convection within carbonaceous chondrite parent bodies: Temperature-dependent viscosity and flow structure, Phys. Of Fluids, pp 1-12, vol. 17:086602

2004

  • Zhang, K. and Liao, X A new asymptotic method for the analysis of convection in a rapidly rotating sphere, J. Fluid Mech, pp 319-346, vol. 518
  • Zhang, K., Liao, X. and Earnshaw, P On inertial waves and oscillations in a rapidly rotating fluid spheroid, J. Fluid Mech, pp 1-40, vol. 504
  • Chan, K.H., Liao, X., Zhang, K. and Jones, C.A Non-axisymmetric spherical interface dynamos, Astronomy and Astrophysics, pp L37-L40, vol. 423
  • Schubert, G., Chan, K. Liao, X. and Zhang, K Planetary dynamos: effects of electrically conducting flows overlying turbulent regions of magnetic field generation, Icarus, pp 305-315, vol. 172
  • Zhang, K. and Liao, X The Poincare equation: a new polynomial and its unusual properties, J. Mathematical Physics, pp 4777-4790, vol. 45
  • Zhang, K., Chen, D. and Jones C An incompressible stratified fluid model of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9's collision with Jupiter, C. Astron. and Astrophys, pp 176-185, vol. 45
  • Zhang, K., Liao, X. and Schubert, G A sandwich interface dynamo: linear dynamo waves in the Sun, Astrophys. J, pp 468-480, vol. 602
  • Zhang, K., Weeks, M. and Roberts, P.H Effect of electrically conducting walls on rotating magnetoconvection, Physics of Fluid, pp 2023-2032, vol. 16
  • Zhang, P. and Zhang, K Vacillating flows between two differentially rotating spheres, FJ Applied Mathematics, pp 1-24, vol. 14(1)

2003

  • Jones, C.A., Soward, A.M. and Zhang, K Edited Earth's Core and Lower Mantle, A M Soward and M Ghil, 'The Fluid Mechanics of Astrophysics and Geophysics, Taylor and Francis, London, New York', pp VII+218pp, vol. 11
  • Young, E.D., Zhang, K. and Schubert, G Conditions for pore water convection within carbonaceous chondrite parent bodies, Earth and Planetary Science Letter, pp 249-259, vol. 213
  • Zhang, K. and Liao, X The kinematic theory of solar dynamo, C J Astron Astrophys, pp 12-32, vol. 3
  • Zhang, K., Chan, K.H., Zou, J., Liao, X. and Schubert, G A three-dimensional spherical nonlinear interface dynamo, Astrophys. J, pp 663-679, vol. 596
  • Zhang, K., Chan, K.H., Zou, J., Liao, X. and Schubert, G.A Three-dimensional spherical nonlinear interface dynamo, Astrophys J 596, pp 663-679
  • Zhang, K., Liao, X. and Li, L Differential rotation driven by precession, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, pp 39-51, vol. 87
  • Zhang, K., Liao, X. and Schubert, G Non-axisymmetric instabilities of a toroidal magnetic field, Astrophys J, pp 1124-1137, vol. 36

2002

  • Chen, X. and Zhang, K Nonlinear convection in a rotating annulus with a finite gap, Geophys and Astrophys Fluid Dyn, pp 499-518, vol. 96
  • Liao, X. and Zhang, K On multiple jet flows in Jupiter's atmosphere, Acta Astronomica sinicaVOL:43, pp 225-235
  • Liao, X., Zhang, K. and Earnshaw, P On the viscous damping of inertial oscillation in planetary fluid interiors, Phys Earth Planet Inter, pp 125-136, vol. 128
  • Weeks, M. and Zhang, K Thermal generation of Alfven waves in oscillatory magnetoconvection: diffusively modified modes, Geophys and Astrophys Fluid Dyn, pp 405-424, vol. 96
  • Wicht, J., Jones, C.A. and Zhang, K Instability of zonal flows in rotating spherical shells: An application to Jupiter, Icarus, pp 425-435, vol. 155
  • Zhang, K. and Gubbins, D Convection-driven hydromagnetic waves in planetary fluid cores, J Mathematical and Computer Modelling, pp 389-401, vol. 36
  • Zhang, K. and Schubert, G From penetrative convection to teleconvection, Astrophys J, pp 461-476, vol. 572
  • Zhang, P., Liao, X. and Zhang, K Patterns in spherical Rayleigh-Benard convection, Phys Rev E, pp 55203-8, vol. 66

2001

  • Chan, K.H., Zhang, K., Zou, J. and Schubert, G A nonlinear vacillating dynamo induced by an electrically heterogeneous mantle, Geophy. Res. Lett, pp 4411-4414, vol. 28
  • Chan, K.H., Zhang, K., Zou, J. and Schubert, G A nonlinear, 3-D spherical $\alpha^2$ dynamo using a finite element method, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter, pp 35-50, vol. 128
  • Christensen, U.R. et al and Zhang, K A numerical dynamo benchmark, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter, pp 125-136, vol. 128
  • Jones, C.A., Zhang, K. and Soward, A.M. (edi.) Dynamics and Magnetic Fields of the Earth's and Planetary Interiors, Elselvier
  • Schubert, G. and Zhang, K Spherical oscillatory alpha dynamo induced by magnetic coupling between a fluid shell and an inner electrically conducting core, Astrophys. J, pp L149-L151, vol. 532
  • Schubert, G. and Zhang, K Effects of an electrically conducting inner core on planetary and stellar dynamos, Astrophys. J, pp 930-942, vol. 557
  • Zhang, K. and Schubert, G Teleconvection: Remotely driven thermal convection in rotating stratified spherical layers, Science, vol. 290
  • Zhang, K., Earnshaw, P., Liao, X. and Busse, F.H On inertial waves in a rotating fluid sphere, Journal of Fluid Mechanics, pp 103-119, vol. 437

2000

  • Roberts, P.R. and Zhang, K Generation of thermal Alfven waves by magnetoconvection, J. Fluid Mech. , pp 201-223, vol. 420
  • Schubert, G. and Zhang, K Spherical Oscillatory alpha^2 Dynamo Induced by Magnetic Coupling Between a Fluid Shell and an Inner Electrically Conducting Core: Relevance to the Solar Dynamo, Astrophys. J, pp L149-L151, vol. 532
  • Zhang, K. and Gubbins, D Is the Geodynamo Process Intrinsically Unstable?, Geophysical Journal International, pp F1-F4, vol. 140
  • Zhang, K. and Gubbins, D Scale disparities and magnetohydrodynamics in the Earth's core, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond, pp 899-920, vol. 358
  • Zhang, K. and Schubert, G Magnetohydrodynamics in rapidly rotating spherical systems, Ann. Rev. Fluid Mech, pp 409-443, vol. 32

1999

  • Sarson, G.R., Jones, C.A. and Zhang, K Dynamo action in a uniform ambient field, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, pp 47-68, vol. 111
  • Zhang, K Nonlinear magnetohydrodynamic convective flows in the Earth's fluid core, 'Phys. Earth Planet. Int.,', pp 93-103, vol. 111
  • Zhang, K., Chen, C. and Greed, G Finite-amplitude convection rolls with integer wavenumbers, Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, pp 264-296, vol. 90 No. 3-4

1998

  • Bassom, A.P. and Zhang, K Finite amplitude thermal inertial waves in a rotating fluid layer, Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, pp 193-214, vol. 87 No. 3-4
  • Zhang, K. and Greed, G.T Convection in rotating annulus: An asymptotic theory and numerical solutions, Phys. Fluids, pp 2396-2404, vol. 10 No. 9
  • Zhang, K. and Roberts, P.H The dynamical effects of hyperviscosity on numerical geodynamo models, Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, pp 215-223, vol. 88 No. 3-4
  • Zhang, K., Jones, C.A. and Sarson, G.R The dynamical effects of hyperviscosity on numerical geodynamo models, Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica, pp 247-253, vol. 42

1997

  • Greed, G.T. and Zhang, K An asymptotic theory for convection driven inertial waves in a rotating annulus, Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, pp 75-101, vol. 86
  • Sarson, G.R., Jones, C.A., Zhang, K. and Schubert, G Magnetoconvection dynamos and the magnetic fields of Io and Ganymede, Science, pp 1106-1108, vol. 276
  • Schubert, G. and Zhang, K Foundering of the lithosphere at the onset of subduction, Geophysical Research Letters, pp 1527-1529, vol. 24
  • Zhang, K. and Busse, F.H Convection in spherical fluid shells with an outer crust of variable thickness, Combust. Sci. Techno, pp 171-200, vol. 130
  • Zhang, K. and Jones, C.A The effect of hyperviscosity on geodynamo models, Geophysical Research Letters, pp 2869-2872, vol. 24
  • Zhang, K. and Roberts, P.H Thermal inertial waves in a rotating fluid layer: Exact and asymptotic solutions, Physics of Fluids, pp 1980-1987, vol. 9
  • Zhang, K. and Schubert, G Linear penetrative spherical rotating convection, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, pp 2509-2518, vol. 54

1996

  • Chen, D. and Zhang, K An analytical model of the comet's collision with Jupiter, 'Earth, Moon and Planets', pp 23-32, vol. 73
  • Greed, G.T. and Zhang, K Two- and three-dimensional linear convection in a rotating annulus, Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, pp 23-34, vol. 82
  • Schubert, G., Zhang, K., Kivelson, M.G. and Anderson, J.D The magnetic-field and internal structure of Ganymede, Nature, pp 544-545, vol. 384
  • Zhang, K Convection, instability and the changing of the Earth's magnetic-field, Surveys in Geophysics, pp 219-224, vol. 17
  • Zhang, K. and Gubbins, D Convection in a rapidly rotating spherical fluid shell with an inhomogeneous temperature boundary-condition at finite Prandtl number, Physics of Fluids, pp 1141-1148, vol. 9
  • Zhang, K. and Jones, C.A On small Roberts number magnetoconvection in rapidly rotating systems, Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. A, pp 981-995, vol. 452
  • Zhang, K. and Schubert, G Penetrative convection and zonal flow on Jupiter, Science, pp 941-943, vol. 273
  • Zhang, K., Jones, C.A. and Chen, D Estimates for the effective electrical-conductivity of the core in the interior of Jupiter and Saturn, Earth, Moon and Planets, pp 221-236, vol. 73

1995

  • Drew, S.J., Jones, C. A. and Zhang, K Compressible convection in a rapidly rotating spherical shell, Geophys. and Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 241-254, vol. 80
  • Zhang, K On coupling between thePoincare equation and the heat equation: non-slip boundary condition, J. Fluid Mech, pp 239-256, vol. 284
  • Zhang, K Spherical shell rotatingconvection in the presence of toroidal magnetic field, Proc R. Soc. Lond, pp 245-268, vol. 448
  • Zhang, K. and Busse, F. H On hydromagnetic instabilitiesdriven by the Hartmann boundary layer in a rapidly rotatingsphere, J. Fluid Mech, pp 363-283, vol. 304
  • Zhang, K. and Fearn, D Hydromagnetic wavesin a rotating spherical shell generated by poloidal decay modes, Geophys. and Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 193-209, vol. 81
  • Zhang, K. and Schubert, G Spatial symmetry\r\nbreaking in rapidly rotating convective spherical shells, Geophysical Research Letters, pp 1265-1268, vol. 22

1994

  • Bassom, A. P. and Zhang, K Stronglynonlinear convection cells in a rapidly rotating fluid layer, Geophys. and Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 223-238, vol. 76
  • Zhang, K On coupling between thePoincare equation and the heat equation, J. Fluid Mech, pp 211-229, vol. 268
  • Zhang, K. and Fearn, D Hydromagnetic wavesin a rotating spherical shell generated by toroidal decay modes, Geophys. and Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 123-147, vol. 77
  • Zhang, K. and Jones, C. A. Convective motions in the Earth's fluid core, Geophysical Research Letters, pp 1939-1942, vol. 21

1993

  • Gubbins, D. and Zhang, K Symmetryproperties of the dynamo equations for paleomagnetism andgeomagnetism, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter, pp 225-241, vol. 75
  • Zhang, K Spherical inertial oscillation and convection, M. Proctor , Theory of Solar and Planetary Dynamos,Cambridge University Press, pp 339-346
  • Zhang, K On equatorially trapped boundary inertial waves, J. Fluid Mech, pp 203-217, vol. 248
  • Zhang, K. and Fearn, D How strong is theinvisible component of the magnetic field in the Earth's core?, Geophysical Research Letters, pp 2083-2088, vol. 20
  • Zhang, K. and Gubbins, D Convection in a rotating sphericalfluid shell with inhomogeneous temperature boundary conditions at infinite Prandtl number, J. Fluid Mech, pp 209-232, vol. 250
  • Zhang, K. and Gubbins, D Nonlinear aspects of core-mantle interaction, Geophysical Research Letters, pp 2969-2972, vol. 20
  • Zhang, K. and Jones, C. A The influence of Ekman boundary layers on rotating convection, Geophys. and Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 145-162, vol. 71

1992

  • Zhang, K Convection in a rapidly rotatingspherical fluid shell at infinite Prandtl number: Transition tovacillating flows, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter, pp 236-248, vol. 72
  • Zhang, K Rotating spherical convectionwith applications to planetary systems, D. B. Stone and Roncorn S. K, Flow and Creep in the Solar System: Observations, Modeling and Theory, Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp 83-96
  • Zhang, K. and Gubbins, D. On convection inthe Earth's core forced by lateral temperature variations in thelower mantle, Geophysical Journal International, pp 247-255, vol. 108

1991

  • Gubbins, D., Zhang, K. and Hutchson, K Dynamics of the secular variation, Geophys. and Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 396, vol. 60
  • Zhang, K Vacillatory convection in arotating spherical fluid shell at infinite Prandtl number, J. Fluid Mech, pp 607-628, vol. 228
  • Zhang, K Convection in a rapidly rotatingspherical fluid shell at infinite Prandtl number: steadilydrifting rolls, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter, pp 156-169, vol. 68
  • Zhang, K Parameterized rotating convectionfor core and planetary atmosphere dynamics, Geophysical Research Letters, pp 685-689, vol. 18

1990

  • Zhang, K Nonlinear MHD dynamos in rotatingspherical shells, in Core-Mantle Interactions, Surveys in Geophysics, pp 329-353, vol. 11
  • Zhang, K. and Busse, F. Generation of magnetic fields by convection in a rotating spherical fluid shell of infinite Prandtl number, Phys. Earth Planet. Inter, pp 208-222, vol. 59

1989

  • Zhang, K. and Busse, F Convection drivenmagnetohydrodynamic dynamos in rotating spherical shells, Geophys. and Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 97-116, vol. 49
  • Zhang, K., Busse, F. and Hircshing, W. Numerical models in the theory of geomagnetism, F.J. Lowes et al, Geomagnetism and paleomagnetism,Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp 347-358

1988

  • Busse, F. and Zhang. K Dynamics of the Earth's core and the geodynamo, Smylie, D. E. and Hide, R, Structure and Dynamics of Earth's Deep Interior, pp 113-119
  • Zhang, K. and Busse, F Finite amplitude convection and magnetic field generation in a rotating spherical shell, Geophys. and Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 33-53, vol. 44

1987

  • Zhang, K. and Busse, F On the onset ofconvection in rotating spherical shells, Geophys. and Astrophys. Fluid Dyn, pp 119-147, vol. 39

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