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Robert G. Loucks

Professional Summary

August 1, 2012


Business address: The University of Texas at Austin

Bureau of Economic Geology

University Station, Box X

Austin, Texas 78713-8924

(512) 471-0366

E-mail address: bob.loucks@beg.utexas.edu


Academic Background


A.A. Math and Science, Onondaga Community College, 1964

B.A. Geology, State University of New York at Binghamton, 1967

Ph.D. Geology, The University of Texas at Austin, 1976


Areas of Expertise


  1. Carbonate and siliciclastic sedimentology/stratigraphy.

  2. Reservoir characterization.

  3. Carbonate and siliciclastic diagenesis and pore networks.


Professional Work Experience


A. Present Position: Senior Research Scientist, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (July 2000 - present).


Principal Investigator, State Lands Project.


B. Senior Research Advisor in Reservoir Characterization Group, ARCO Research and Development, Plano, Texas (October 1990 - July 2000).


Technical specialist and project leader on a number of carbonate field-development projects worldwide.


C. Research Advisor in Exploration Technology Group, ARCO Research and Development, Plano, Texas (January 1990 - October 1990).


Technical specialist and project leader on exploration technical service projects and research. Research projects included (1) developing principles of carbonate sequence stratigraphy and application to seismic data and (2) characterization of collapsed-paleocave exploration targets and developing exploration strategy for these reservoirs.


D. Director of Carbonate Depositional Systems and Diagenesis Analysis Group, ARCO Research and Development, Plano, Texas (January 1988 - January 1990).


Managed a group of 10 geologists conducting research and technical services on carbonate systems, including work on sequence stratigraphy, exploration methods, and reservoir quality prediction.


E. Director of Basin Evaluation Group, ARCO Research and Development, Plano, Texas (March 1987 - January 1988).


Managed a group of 15 geologists and statisticians conducting technical service projects on siliciclastic and carbonate regional studies, reservoir quality prediction, and risk analysis.


F. Senior Geologist with promotion to Research Advisor, ARCO Research and Development, Plano, Texas (August 1983 - March 1987).


Conducted research and technical service projects on carbonate depositional systems and reservoir quality prediction.


G. Senior Research Geologist and Stratigraphy Research Group Manager, Cities Service Research Lab, Tulsa, Oklahoma (April 1981 - August 1983).


Research on modern and ancient carbonate and evaporite depositional systems and carbonate and clastic diagenesis.


H. Research Geologist, Mobil Research Lab, Tulsa, Oklahoma (July 1980 - April 1981).


Conducted research on the origin and preservation of porosity in deeply buried sandstone strata.


I. Research Scientist, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin (November 1975 - July 1980).


Research included problems on carbonate and terrigenous depositional systems and diagenesis.


J. Teaching and Research Assistant, The University of Texas at Austin (January 1972 - November 1975).


Teaching and Research Assistant.


K. Petroleum Geologist, Texaco, Inc., Midland, Texas (June 1968 - January 1972).


Petroleum Geologist.


Professional Societies


American Association of Petroleum Geologists

American Geological Institute

Austin Geologic Society

Gulf Coast Section–Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists

International Association of Sedimentologists

Permian Basin Section–SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology)

Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists

West Texas Geological Society


Professional Registrations


Texas Board of Professional Geoscientists #1143


Awards and Honorary Societies


Top Ten Poster Presentation, AAPG Annual Convention, Long Beach, California, for "Origin and Distribution of Microrhombic Calcite and Associated Micropores in the Lower Cretaceous Stuart City Tight-Gas-Carbonate Play in South Texas", 2012


Award of Excellence "Top 10" Oral Presentation for presentation of "Spectrum of Pore Types in Siliceous Mudstones in Shale-Gas Systems," AAPG Annual Convention, Houston, April, 2011


President’s Certificate for Excellence in Presentation (Best Oral Presentation), AAPG Energy Minerals Division (EMD), 2011


Third Place, Thomas A. Philpott Excellence of Presentation Award, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies (GCAGS), 60th Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, 2010


Wallace E. Pratt Award for best AAPG Bulletin article published in calendar year 2009, 2010


Grover E. Murray Best Published Paper Award for Third-Place Paper published in GCAGS Transactions, "Preliminary Classification of Matrix Pores in Mudrocks", 2010


A. I. Levorsen Award for Best Paper presented at Gulf Coast Section, GCSSEPM/GCAGS Annual Meeting, "Preliminary Classification of Matrix Pores in Mudrocks", 2010


First Place, Thomas A. Philpott Excellence of Presentation Award, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies (GCAGS), 59th Annual Convention, Shreveport, Louisiana, 2009


EMD's President's Certificate for Excellence in Presentation, AAPG Annual Convention, for "Shell and Grain Layers in the Barnett Shale: Event Deposition or in-situ Accumulations?", 2008


Jackson School of Geosciences Outstanding Research Award, 2008


Honorable Mention, Best Poster Paper Presented at the SEG 2007 Annual Meeting for paper titled "Linear Amplitude Patterns in Corpus Christi Bay Frio Subbasin, South Texas", 2008


Co-Author, Second Place, Thomas A. Philpott Excellence of Presentation Award for "All Fill—No Spill: Slope-Fan Sand Bodies in Growth-Faulted Subbasins: Oligocene Frio Formation, South Texas Gulf Coast", 2007


Gordon Atwater Best Poster Award for "Seismic Sedimentological Expression of Higher-Order Lowstand Slope Fans and Prograding Deltas in the Frio Formation, Corpus Christi Bay, Texas," which was presented at the GCAGS/GCSSEPM Convention in Corpus Christi, 2007


EMD Best Poster Award (with Robert Reed) Annual Meeting of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2007


Permian Basin Section of SEPM Honorary Life Member Award, 2007


A. I. Levorsen Memorial Award, Southwest Section, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2006


Third Place, GCAGS Gordon I. Atwater Best Poster Award for Isochronous Correlation of Sandstone Facies within and between Growth-Faulted Frio Intraslope Sub-Basins: Common Correlation Pitfalls, 2004


Second Place, Gordon I. Atwater Best Poster Award, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, 2003


Third Place, Gordon I. Atwater Best Poster Award, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, 2003


Wallace E. Pratt Memorial Award for Best Paper in the 1999 AAPG Bulletin at the 2001 Annual AAPG Convention, 2001


Second Place, Thomas A. Philpott Excellence in Presentation, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies, 2001


Honorary Research Fellow, School of Geological Science, Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, UK, 1997 - 2001


Wallace E. Pratt Memorial Award for Best Paper in the 1999 AAPG Bulletin at the 2001 Annual AAPG Convention, 2001


MidEast AAPG Dean A. McGee International Distinguished Lecturer, 1999


SEPM Excellence of Poster Presentation, Honorable Mention, AAPG/SEPM Annual Meeting, San Diego, 1996


SEPM Excellence of Poster Presentation, Honorable Mention, AAPG/SEPM Annual Meeting, Dallas, 1990 - 1991


SEPM Excellence of Poster Presentation Award, AAPG/SEPM Annual Meeting, Dallas, 1990 - 1991


SEPM Excellence of Presentation, Honorable Mention, AAPG/SEPM Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 1990


ARCO representative to Academy of Sciences, USSR, 1990


ARCO Technical Achievement Awards for Research in Carbonate Stratigraphic Trap and Predrill Reservoir Quality Prediction, 1984 - 1985


SEPM Excellence of Presentation Award, AAPG/SEPM Annual Meeting, Calgary, 1982


Phillips Petroleum Company Fellowship, 1974 - 1975


Outstanding Graduate Student Award, The University of Texas at Austin, presented by the Houston Geological Society, 1975


Committee Responsibilities and Professional Activities


Co-Chair, Oral Session: Integrated Sequence Stratigraphic, Diagenetic, and Reservoir Architectural Analysis of Cretaceous Carbonates, Gulf of Mexico Basin, 2011 GCAGS Convention, San Antonio, 2011


Co-Chair, Oral Session: From Reservoir to Pores and Volumes I (EMD/AAPG), 2010 American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention, New OrleansApril 11,, 2010


Co-Chair, Geology of Shale/Mudrock Reservoir Systems Poster Session, 2008 American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention, San Antonio, April, 2008


Member, Karst from Recent Reservoirs Symposium Conference Committee, Karst Waters Institute, June, 2008


Associate Editor, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2007 - 2011


Chair, Building CRC 131 Space Allocation Committee, Bureau of Economic Geology, 2007


Member, Graduate Studies Committee, Jackson School of Geosciences, 2007


Co-Chair, Session III—Integrated Characterization of Mature Fields, 26th Annual GCSSEPM Foundation Bob F. Perkins Research Conference, 2006


Co-Chair, Program Advisory Committee—Reservoir Characterization: Integrating Technology and Business Practices, 26th Annual GCSSEPM Foundation Bob F. Perkins Research Conference, 2006


Co-Chair, technical session, Reservoir Characterization and Modeling: Modeling Karstified Reservoirs, American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention, Houston, Texas, 2006


Past-President, Gulf Coast Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, 2006


President, Gulf Coast Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, 2005


Co-Convenor, American Association of Petroleum Geologists Hedberg Conference, 2004


President-Elect, Gulf Coast Section–Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, 2004


Chairman, Contribution Committee, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 52nd Annual Convention, Austin, Texas, October, 2002


Member, Promotions Advisory Committee, Bureau of Economic Geology, Austin, Texas, 2002


Member, Editorial Board, American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, 2002


Session Co-Chairman, A new look at old fields: examples of reworked fields yielding significant new reserves, American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Convention, 2002


Session Co-Chairman, Reservoir quality in Gulf of Mexico siliciclastic and carbonate strata, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies 52nd Annual Convention, Austin, Texas, October, 2002


Alternate Delegate, representing Austin Geological Society, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2001


Secretary, Foundation Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 2001 - present


Organizer and Co-Chair, Classic and Carbonate Depositional Systems, Session, American Association of Petroleum Geologists/Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 1999


Initiator, organizer, and co-chair, Tertiary to Recent Larger Forminifera: Their Depositional Environments and Importance as Petroleum Reservoirs, research conference and field trip, Kingston University, London and Tunisia, Spring, 1998


Member, Research Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1997 - present


Member, Nomination Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1997


Liaison, Research Committee, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1996 - present


Liaison, Research Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1996 - present


Session Chair, Carbonate Reservoir of the World, American Association of Petroleum Geologists Hedberg Conference, Pau, France, Fall, 1996


Member, Policy Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1995 - 1997


Organizer, Petroleum Systems, AAPG/AMGP Joint International Research Conference,Mexico, September, 1994


Member, Research Committee, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1993 - present


Member, New Programs Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1991 - 1993


Organizer and Co-Chair, Deep-burial diagenetic microfabrics, Carbonate Microfabrics Symposium and Workshop, Texas A&M, 1990


Liaison, Research Committee, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1987 - 1990


Liaison, Research Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1987 - 1990


Member, Research Committee, American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 1987 - 1990


Treasurer, Mid-Continent Section, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1987 - 1989


Member, Research Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1986 - 1990


Member, Gulf Coast Section, Grant Review Board, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1984 - 1987


Member, Ad Hoc Committee, Founding Committee of the Mid-Continent Section, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1982 - 1983


Chairman, Carbonate Rock Slide-Set Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1981 - 1985


Chairman, Carbonate Rock Sub-Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1981


Co-Chair, Carbonate Rock Sub-Committee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1980


Member, Sandstone Diagenesis Subcommittee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1979 - present


Treasurer, Austin Geological Society, 1979 - 1980


Secretary, Austin Geological Society, 1978 - 1979


Member, Carbonate Rock Subcommittee, SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geologists), 1975 - present


Publications


Books, Manuals


Loucks, R. G., and Sarg, J. F., eds., 2003, Carbonate sequence stratigraphy: recent advances and applications [Chinese translation of 1993 edition]: Beijing, China Ocean Press, 555 p.


Crossey, L. J., Loucks, R. G., and Totten, M. W., eds., 1996, Siliciclastic diagenesis and fluid flow: concepts and applications: Society for Sedimentary Geology, Special Publication No. 55, 222 p.


Loucks, R. G., and Sarg, J. F., 1993, Carbonate sequence stratigraphy; recent advances and applications: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Memoir 57, 545 p.


Handford, R., Loucks, R. G., and Moshier, S. O., 1989, Nature and origin of microrhombic calcite and associated microporosity in carbonate strata: Sedimentary Geology, Special Issue, v. 63, 158 p. [187–344].


Handford, R., Loucks, R. G., and Davies, G. R., 1982, Depositional and diagenetic spectra of evaporites: Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Core Workshop No. 3, 395 p.


Loucks, R. G., 1981, Transactions of the Gulf Coast Association of Geologic Societies, SEPM Section: Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, 31st Annual Meeting, 432 p.


Halley, R. B., and Loucks, R. G., 1980, Carbonate reservoir rocks: Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, Core Workshop No. 1, 183 p.


Reports, Monographs, Brochures, Pamphlets, Bulletins


Brown, L. F., Jr., and Loucks, R. G., 2009, Chronostratigraphy of Cenozoic depositional sequences and systems tracts: a Wheeler chart of the northwest margin of the Gulf of Mexico basin: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 273, 28-p. + chart.


Hammes, Ursula, Loucks, R. G., Brown, L. F., Jr., Treviño, R. H., Montoya, Patricia, and Remington, R. L., 2007, Reservoir geology, structural architecture, and sequence stratigraphy of a growth-faulted subbasin: Oligocene Lower Frio Formation, Red Fish Bay Area, South Texas Gulf Coast: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 272, 28 p. + plate.


Loucks, R. G., Dodge, M. M., and Galloway, W. E., 1986, Controls on porosity and permeability of hydrocarbon reservoirs in lower Tertiary sandstones along the Texas Gulf Coast: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 149, 78 p.


Bebout, D. G., and Loucks, R. G., 1984, Handbook for logging carbonate rocks: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Handbook, No. 5, 43 p.


Budd, D. A., and Loucks, R. G., 1981, Smackover and Lower Buckner Formations, South Texas: depositional systems on a Jurassic carbonate ramp: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 112, 38 p.


Loucks, R. G., Richmann, D. L., and Milliken, K. L., 1981, Factors controlling reservoir quality in Tertiary sandstones and their significance to geopressured geothermal production: The University of Texas at Austin, Report of Investigations No. 111, 41 p.


Loucks, R. G., 1979, Sandstone distribution and potential for geopressured geothermal energy production in the Vicksburg Formation along the Texas Gulf Coast: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular 79-4, 33 p.


Bebout, D. G., Loucks, R. G., and Gregory, A. Ray, 1978, Frio sandstone reservoir in the deep subsurface along the Texas gulf Coast, their potential for the production of geopressured geothermal energy: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 91, 92 p.


Bebout, D. G., and Loucks, R. G., 1977, Cretaceous carbonates of Texas and New Mexico—applications to subsurface exploration: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 89, 332 p.


Bebout, D. G., Loucks, R. G., Bosch, S. C., and Dorfman, Myron H., 1976, Geothermal resources in the Frio Formation, upper Texas Gulf Coast: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Geological Circular 76-3, 47 p.


Bebout, D. G., and Loucks, R. G., 1974, Stuart City Trend (Lower Cretaceous), South Texas—a carbonate shelf margin model for hydrocarbon exploration: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Report of Investigations No. 78, 80 p.


Guidebooks


Woodruff, C. M., Jr., Collins, E. W., Potter, E. C., and Loucks, R. G., 2012, Canyon Dam Gorge and Natural Bridge Caverns: Guidebook for the Association of American State Geologists 104th Annual Meeting, Lakeway, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Society 29 p..


Ruppel, S. C., Loucks, R. G., and Gale, J. F. W., 2008, Barnett, Woodford, and related mudrock successions in Texas cores and outcrops: a core workshop prepared for the 2008 AAPG/SEPM Annual Convention: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology 82 p.


Wright, Wayne, Loucks, Bob, Gale, Julia, Kane, Jeff, and McDonnell, Angela, 2007, Paleozoic reservoir systems: Texas Hill Country—stratigraphy to petrophysics: a field trip for the Annual Meeting of the Petrophysicists and Well Log Analysts: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Field-Trip Guidebook, 77 p.


Ruppel, Stephen, Wright, Wayne, Loucks, Robert, and Gale, Julia, 2007, Outcrop analogs for Paleozoic reservoir systems: examples from the Texas Hill Country: a fieldtrip for the Annual Meeting of the Permian Basin Geological Synthesis Program: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Guidebook , 83 p.


Lucia, Jerry, Kerans, Charlie, and Loucks, Robert, 2004, Collapse Breccia Field Trip: Ordovician El Paso and Montoya Groups, Southern Franklin Mountains, El Paso, Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology Field Trip Guidebook for Hedberg Research Conference, unpaginated [21 p.].


Kerans, Charles, Lucia, Jerry, Bellian, Jerry, Loucks, Bob, and Playton, Ted, 2003, Cretaceous buildups and Paleokarst systems, Lake Medina area, South Texas: The University of Texas at Austin, Bureau of Economic Geology RCRL Annual Field Trip Guidebook, 29 p.


Loucks, R. G., and Mescher, P., 2002, Coalesced-collapsed paleocave systems: origins, spatial complexity, and reservoir implications: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting, Houston, Texas: Society for Sedimentary Geology Field Trip Guidebook, 81 p.


Grocott, J., Moody, R. T., Brown, A. A., and Loucks, R. G., 1998, Tertiary to recent larger foraminifera: their depositional environments and importance as petroleum reservoirs: Central and West Tunisia: Kingston University, Great Britain Field Trip Guidebook, 83 p.


Loucks, R. G., and Mescher, P., 1997, Interwell scale architecture, heterogeneity, and pore network development in paleocave reservoirs: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas: Society for Sedimentary Geology Field Trip Guidebook, 58 p.


Loucks, R. G., Scott, A. J., Bebout, D. G., and Mench, P. A., 1977, Lower Cretaceous carbonate tidal facies: Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies Field Trip Guidebook, 44 p.


Articles


Peer Reviewed


Dutton, S. P., Loucks, R. G., and Day-Stirrat, R. J., 2012, Impact of regional variation in detrital mineral composition on reservoir quality in deep to ultradeep lower Miocene sandstones, western Gulf of Mexico: Marine and Petroleum Geology, v. 35, p. 139‒153.


Loucks, R. G., Reed, R. M., Ruppel, S. C., and Hammes, U., 2012, Spectrum of pore types and networks in mudrocks and a descriptive classification for matrix-related mudrock pores: AAPG Bulletin, v. 96, no. 6, p. 1071‒1098.


Zeng, H., Loucks, R. G., Janson, X., Wang, G., Xia, Y., Yuan, B., and Xu, L., 2011, Three-dimensional seismic geomorphology and analysis of the Ordovician paleokarst drainage system in the central Tabei Uplift, northern Tarim Basin, western China: AAPG Bulletin, v. 95, no. 12, p. 2061‬‒2083.


Loucks, R. G., Moore, B. T., and Zeng, H., 2011, On-shelf lower Miocene Oakville sediment-dispersal patterns within a three-dimensional sequence-stratigraphic architectural framework and implications for deep-water reservoirs in the central coastal area of Texas: AAPG Bulletin, v. 95, no. 10, p. 1795‒1817.


Zeng, H., Wang, G., Janson, X., Loucks, R. G., Xia, Y., Xu, L., and Yuan, B., 2011, Characterizing seismic bright spots in deeply buried, Ordovician paleokarst strata, Central Tabei Uplift, Tarim Basin, western China: Geophysics, v. 76, no. 4, p. B127‒B137.


Day-Stirrat, R. J., Milliken, K. L., Dutton, S. P., Loucks, R. G., Hillier, S., Aplin, A. C., and Schleicher, A. M., 2011, Discussion in response to Knut Bjørlykke regarding JMPG_1376 "Open-System Chemical Behavior in Deep Wilcox Group Mudstones, Texas Gulf Coast, USA": Marine and Petroleum Geology, v. 28, p. 1383‒1384.


Loucks, R. G., Kerans, C., Janson, X., and Marhx Romano, M. A., 2011, Lithofacies analysis and stratigraphic architecture of a deep-water carbonate debris apron: Lower Cretaceous (latest Aptian to latest Albian) Tamabra Formation, Poza Rica field area, Mexico: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), Special Publication No. 96, p. 367–389.


Janson, X., Kerans, C., Loucks, R. G., Marhx, A., Reyes, C., and Murguia, F., 2011, Seismic architecture of a Lower Cretaceous platform-to-slope system, Santa Agueda and Poza Rica fields, Mexico: AAPG Bulletin, v. 95, no. 1, p. 105‒146.


Dutton, S. P., and Loucks, R. G., 2010, Diagenetic controls on evolution of porosity and permeability in lower Tertiary Wilcox sandstones from shallow to ultradeep (200–6700 m) burial, Gulf of Mexico Basin, U.S.A.: Marine and Petroleum Geology, v. 27, no. 1, p. 69–81. Reprinted in Marine and Petroleum Geology, v. 27, no. 8, p. 1775–1787.


Day-Stirrat, R. J., Dutton, S. P., Milliken, K. L., Loucks, R. G., Aplin, A. C., Hillier, S., and van der Pluijm, B. E., 2010, Fabric anisotropy induced by primary depositional variations in the silt: clay ratio in two fine-grained slope fan complexes: Texas Gulf Coast and northern North Sea: Sedimentary Geology, v. 226, p. 42–53.


Loucks, R. G., 2010, Petrographic controls on reservoir quality of the Upper Cretaceous Woodbine Group, East Texas field,
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