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Seep Tents Masters Project External Review Bren School of Environmental Science & Management.

get data from engineering study or original ARCO seep tents Environmental Impact Statement Plan to get data from engineering study or original ARCO seep tents Environmental Impact Statement Bren School of Environmental Science & Management Critical Assumptions: planning period What is the/? 2.What is the global balance for methane? 3.Global Warming Potential a.IPCC (impact on radiation) Bren School of Environmental Science & Management Research V: air quality & climate D.Compare current ozone levels with /


Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services April 15-16, 2015.

(e) of this section. Examples include:  Joint or limited use of right-of-way where the proposed use would have minimal or no adverse social (including highway safety), economic or environmental impacts C2 Categorical Exclusion Training Class 59 (26)cont’d  Installation of new noise walls and other new noise mitigation projects  Construction of highway safety and truck escape ramps  Construction of/


National Environmental Research Institute, University of Aarhus, Denmark Environmental and Health Impact Assessment of Biofuels for Transportation CEEH.

Denmark Write title on the masterpage WP V Environmental and health impact assessment Result Description of impacts of using biofuels with focus on: –air quality and deposition –human exposure and public health Content Environmental impact assessment In vitro toxicological assessment Health impact assessment National Environmental Research Institute, University of Aarhus, Denmark Write title on the masterpage Environmental impact assessment air pollution impact assessment of the baseline and various biofuel/


Environmental Management at Operating Outdoor Small Arms Firing Ranges

apparent, the training briefly describes a variety of new and conventional technologies and techniques (i.e., best management practices) available to prevent environmental impact on the range. Finally, students will be able to understand range operations and monitoring that will, when appropriately designed, enable the range to operate cost-effectively without endangering the environment /


Environmental and Socioeconomic LCA of Milk in Canada 18/07/2012 Mia Lafontaine, LCA Analyst, Project Manager Quantis Canada Jean-Michel Couture Project.

Results Socioeconomic LCA Results Conclusions Insights A roadmap What’s Next 3 Section 1: Context 4 Context International efforts to account and reduce GHG emissions Consumer and media pressure towards environmental impact reduction Additional pressure on livestock Dairy Research Cluster 1: over 100 collaborators in 46 projects over three years The Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Canadian milk - a first study to/


Writing a Preliminary Assessment (The example of the Environmental Review Report) [DATE][SPEAKERS NAMES]

) In this presentation, we use the ERR as an example of a preliminary assessment ERR outline 1.Summary of proposal 2. Description of proposed activities 3. Environmental situation & host country environmental requirements 4. Evaluation of potential environmental impacts 5. Environmental mitigation, monitoring & evaluation 6. Attachments (photos, maps, individuals consulted) Note: The ERR is very similar to USAID’s IEE and to other preliminary assessments required/


Presented to: Hershey Aviation Conference By: Ed Gabsewics, Charlie Campbell & Suki Gill Date: March 3, 2010 Federal Aviation Administration Environmental.

3, 2010 29 When Should a Short Form EA Be Used? Example #1: -Off-Airport Obstruction Removal -Project includes tree topping, cutting & clearing -Environmental Impacts – Air Quality and minor wetland impacts -No other extraordinary circumstances apply Federal Aviation Administration Environmental Review Requirements March 3, 2010 30 When Should a Short Form EA Be Used? Example #2: -Land Release -Project includes releasing 20 acres of/


1 European Union – Korea Free Trade Agreement Sustainability Impact Assessment Presentation to Public Meeting March 14, 2008.

the EU and Korea face common challenges to increase productivity and labour force participation and employment rates in order to sustain economic growth with a stable and aging population. 34 Environmental Impacts The convergence in economic development levels is leading to greater commonality in concerns about protection of the environment between the EU and Korea. The potential economic benefits of increased productivity/


Climate Change Risks and Opportunities for CIBC

requirements, external commitments, and compliance to environmental regulations Provide internal expertise in environmental science & engineering, and corporate environmental management Identify and communicate emerging environmental risks and opportunities Benchmark CIBC against other FIs; Communicate internally and to the public; manage stakeholder relationships Corporate Environmental Programs Environmental Credit and Investment Risk Management Manage environmental impacts from CIBC’s own operations, i/


INTRODUCTION TO OUR SYSTEM JIM SCHELL,

All are KEY to a successful EMS. What are the major concepts of EMS? Activities, Products and Services Environmental Aspects Environmental Impacts What are the major concepts of EMS? 1. Activities, Products and Services Activity Examples – work processes performed/on at night Copier paper bleached with chlorine Fueling spills What are the major concepts of EMS? 3. Environmental Impacts Definition: Any change to the environment, whether adverse or beneficial, wholly or partly resulting from an organization’s/


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assessment procedure allows for quick estimation of releases of pollutants to the environment. The basic concept is illustrated in Figure The rapid assessment procedure may be used to assess the environmental impacts of developments. The use of waste load factors enables prediction of the approximate pollutant loadings generated by a new development project. This, in conjunction with knowledge about existing pollutant concentrations/


ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (EHS) AUDITING

and disposal areas Provide data to verify that equipment are as previously described Identify any areas of environmental impacts not previously known Tour, Part 2 Conducted in segments Walk around plant perimeter Valuable way to uncover/ during the audit Summary of recommendations Audit scope Brief description of facility including history Environmental impacts of facility All environmental permits and restrictions Review of regulations affecting facility Review of corporate policies, procedures, etc. Violation/


Environmental Management Systems Benefits of environment management systemsBenefits of environment management systems Main features of, and differences.

extent to which performance must be improved. EMAS specifies that organisations must attempt to "reduce environmental impacts to levels not exceeding these corresponding to economically viable application of best available technology".Commitments and requirements/extent to which performance must be improved. EMAS specifies that organisations must attempt to "reduce environmental impacts to levels not exceeding these corresponding to economically viable application of best available technology". Responsible /


Modelling of EIA/EMS Integration for Proposed Projects

important instrument for furthering sustainability in public and private decision-making should compare alternatives to a proposed project Part 2. Environmental Impact Assessment EIA : History It is first introduction is in U.S. By NEPA in 1970. It has been /the end of the model will be evaluated. Model is divided into two parts as “state of environment part” and “environmental impacts and management parts”. Part 5. Model Model Approach : first part of the model All project firstly effect their surroundings /


The Economic Approach to Environmental and Natural Resources, 3e

/Shafik studies is that studies based on air pollution do not generalize well to total environmental quality. Conventional air pollutants do not represent an environmental problem that accumulates over time. Air pollution is not as damaging to environmental services as other types of problems. Rothman(1998) argued that the environmental impacts should be measured not on goods produced, but on the goods consumed. This would/


Final conference of COST 356 – EST “Towards the definition of a measurable environmentally sustainable transport” WHAT TO MEASURE WITH INDICATORS: ENVIRONMENTAL.

Agricultural University of Athens, Greece The concept of chain of causalities The aim was to use a systemic approach to environmental issues, encompassing all the environmental impacts and all the potential objectives of an environmental policy In order to do this, the “pressure-state-impact” structure has been enlarged to the concept of chain of causalities 49 chains are distinguished when taking into account differentiation/


Legislations Related to Environmental Performance in Hotels in Jordan Eng. Khalid Alfayez Head of Policies & Planning Division Ministry of Environment.

the coming into force of this Law and which conducts activities that affect the Environment to prepare an environmental impact assessment report for its projects if so required by environment protection exigencies. The Minister may request any / the coming into force of this Law and which conducts activities that affect the Environment to prepare an environmental impact assessment report for its projects if so required by environment protection exigencies. Environment Protection Law Article 18: Natural/


Environmental Impact Assessment Dr. Rakesh Kumar

report along with application to the secretary, Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF), New Delhi. Basic types of EIA being practiced are given below.   Rapid Environmental Impact Assessment (REIA)   Comprehensive Environmental Impact Assessment (CEIA)   Strategic Environmental Impact Assessment (SEIA)   Sectoral Environment Impact Assessment   Regional Environmental Impact Assessment Rapid EIA   The Rapid EIA is a widely used methodology, which would mainly use available data along with baseline/


1 Environmental Aspects of Air Transportation Dr. Terry Thompson Aviation and Environment Symposium – September 2007 Science and Technology to Achieve.

and EPA-designated non-attainment areas for different pollutants can lead to different regional priorities for environmental impact. Local noise-impact concerns differ across communities, as well. 42 Metrics – Fuel Efficiency Fuel only – This / decision-support technology will be needed. EMS DECISION SUPPORT OR TECHNOLOGY NEEDED 51 Major Factors Contributing to Environmental Impacts  Routing Track location relative to other traffic and population concentration directly affects noise/emission dosage.  /


Integrated Environmental Assessment Training Manual for the Arab Region Module 1 The GEO approach to Integrated Environmental Assessment.

Rational and IEA Framework Session 3: The GEO Process and Products Session 4: Assessment and Reporting related to IEA Sessions at a Glance State of Environment (SoE) Reporting Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Integrated Assessment Practices Similar to IEA SoE reporting is likely most relevant to IEA It involves reporting on the condition of the environment. The report is based/


EIA Process, IEE, TOR Dr. Wesam Al Madhoun

incident caused by the project Assessing Significance Considerable expert judgment and technical knowledge are often required to fully understand the nature and extent of environmental impacts Categories of significance include: no impact » unknown impact significant impact » mitigated impact insignificant impact Guidelines for Assessing Significance Use rational and objective methods Provide consistency for comparison of project alternatives Document values and beliefs used in making judgement decisions/


Slide 6.1 Cooper et al: Tourism: Principles and Practice, 3e Pearson Education Limited 2005, © retained by authors Chapter 6 The environmental impact of.

Camp on Mount Everest- Nepal, by tourists and the erosion of the pathway to this site. Examples of Negative Environmental Impacts Slide 6.13 Cooper et al: Tourism: Principles and Practice, 3e Pearson Education Limited 2005, © retained by authors The/ building of high rise hotels on beach fontages is an environmental impact of tourism that achieves headline status. Tourism activites can put scarce natural resources such as water, under severe pressure/


Presented to: By: Date: Federal Aviation Administration Air Traffic Environmental Program GMU Center for Air Transportation Systems Research Donna G. Warren,

6, Sample CATEX Declaration –Airspace Management Handbook, Version 2.1, May 2004 Section 2.3.4, Initiate Preliminary Environmental Review Section 2.4.6, Conduct Environmental Study in Parallel Section 3.3.10, Environmental Impact Metrics Appendix A, Environmental Analysis Appendix B, NAR Initial Environmental Checklist Air Traffic Environmental Program 52 Federal Aviation Administration September 27, 2007 AIRSPACE ACTIONS Responsibilities –Headquarters –Service Area Documentation –Memo to the/


INTRODUCTION: World Bank Environmental and Social Safeguard Policies Training Workshop for Financial Intermediaries and Implementing Agencies May, 2011.

Monitoring – verify that mitigation measures are being implemented and that they are achieving the expected results (if not, need to modify them) Environmental Management Process Refer to other SG Policies Environmental Screening/EA Categories Environmental Screening/EA Categories Category A adverse environmental impacts are broad, diverse [not easily predictable], extend beyond local site, likely irreversible major resettlement conversion/degradation of natural habitats hazardous materials Category/


Worldwide CHINFO Conference 2009 – Environmental Law for the PAO Environmental Law and Planning for the Public Affairs Professional.

or issue  Special coordination with Cooperating Agency  Coordination with interested parties, public, state and local governments, Indian tribes  Executive summary, technical data for appendices Worldwide CHINFO Conference 2009 – Environmental Law for the PAO Environmental Impact Statement Requires Public Participation  Start with Notice of Intent  SCOPING - early and open process to determine scope of issues to be addressed and to identify the significant issues/


Environmental Impact Analysis

on proposals for legislation and other major Federal actions significantly affecting the quality of the human environment, a detailed statement by the responsible official on -- (i) The environmental impact of the proposed action (ii) Any adverse environmental effects which cannot be avoided should the proposal be implemented, (iii) Alternatives to the proposed action, (iv) The relationship between local short-term uses of mans/


Center for Public Interest Law (“CEPIL”) www.cepil.org.gh Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (“ELAW”) www.elaw.org Accra, Ghana - August 3, 2010 Empowering.

EIA Process 1. Registration of potential mining project with EPA 2. Screening of registration by EPA within 25 days 2. Scoping and Terms of Reference 3. Development of Environmental Impact Statement (“EIS”) 4. Provisional Environmental Permit Terms of Reference  Description of project.  Analysis of need for project.  Alternatives to project.  Description of site of project, why site selected, any alternative sites considered.  Identification/


Making projects more environmentally sustainable – module 6 1 Environment and climate change in development cooperation.

/8a_en.htm 28 Optional slides 29 Relevance Has the project taken into account the environmental issues identified during problem analysis and/or in the Country Environmental Profile? Has the project been given environmental objectives, or have environmental constraints been attached to its objectives, so as to properly manage its potential environmental impacts? 30 Effectiveness If the project was effective (i.e. achieved its objectives), was this/


Robert Crooks ADFD/WB Project Preparation and Appraisal Workshop Abu Dhabi, April 2010 Environmental and Social Assessments.

category for projects where WB pass through a financial intermediary before being invested in activities that have environmental impact potential. 17 How is Screening Done? Timing: Screening decision is made as soon as possible /project site, technology, design, and operation--including the "without project" situation--in terms of their potential environmental impacts. Environmental management plan (EMP). Covers mitigation measures, monitoring, and institutional strengthening, etc. Appendixes 21 Contents of /


NSF/SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing Beaudoin, et al. 1 NSF/SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally.

and enforced by courts –government approves or disapproves project –public can challenge in court 4 stages NSF/SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing Beaudoin, et al. 44 NSF/SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing Environmental Impact Assessment (cont’d) 1) Process screening - determines which aspects of existing or planned process must be evaluated a process step that generates/


Environmental management involves the management of all components of the both living and non-living This is due to the interconnected and network of.

EMS documentation 4.4.4 Requirements in ISO 14001 ISO 14001 Key Elements Policy Statement Identification of Significant Environmental Impacts Development of Objectives and Targets Implementation Plan to Meet Obj. and Targets Training Management Review How you/ meet the elements is up to you ISO 14001 Key Elements Policy Statement Identification of Significant Environmental Impacts Development of Objectives and Targets Implementation Plan to Meet Obj. and Targets Training Management Review How you meet/


ENVIRONMENTALLY PREFERABLE PRODUCTS A preliminary assessment of the status of this sector in South Africa 29 May 2000 Marcel Mitchelson.

) manufacturing stage (eg. limited use of resources). manufacturing stage (eg. limited use of resources). Criteria for EPPs Lower environmental impacts of EPPs and their contribution to environmental preservation are generally related to one of the following areas: Lower environmental impacts of EPPs and their contribution to environmental preservation are generally related to one of the following areas: the use of natural resources and energy the use/


1 State Water Resources Control Board Environmental Review Process for the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Program Presented by Lisa Lee, Environmental.

exempt from CEQA requirements if the type of activity(s) will not have a significant environmental impact (i.e. no mitigation or avoidance measures are required to reduce environmental impacts).  Exceptions to exemptions (Classes 3, 4, 5, 6 and 11) disqualify / county clerk(-s) and OPR 5. Supporting documents (including permits, BOs, etc.) 20 Required CEQA Documents, continued. Environmental Impact Report (EIR) 1. Draft and Final EIR 2. Resolution certifying the final EIR, adopting an MMRP and an applicable/


Introduction to Environmental Management Systems Environment International Ltd. June 14-16, 2005 Designing Your EMS: A USDA Workshop.

of compliance Nonconformance and corrective and preventive action Control of records EMS audits 107 Monitoring and Measurement Develop procedures to regularly monitor and measure key operations and activities with significant environmental impacts Record information tracking performance, relevant operational controls and conformance with the organization’s objectives and targets Calibrate and maintain monitoring equipment and retain associated records 108 Evaluation of Compliance Establish/


ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY TRAINING. Environmental Compliance Consists of: − Environmental Statutes (Law by Legislation) National Environmental Policy Act,

Class II EA Large Solar, Thermal, Commercial Scale >240 gallons or collector area > 1,000 SF Potential Environmental Impacts to Document: Photovoltaic– hazardous waste disposal Thermal - Land use & historic properties Wildlife, bird, insect incineration Salt / at less than 600 volts. Class II EA Large > 100kW and hub height >120 feet) Potential Environmental Impacts to Document: Threatened & Endangered species & critical habitat habitat fragmentation and displacement Migratory birds and bats Historic and/


5 – Environmental Assessment Tools 1/57 5.1 Life Cycle Analysis 5.2 Eco Design 5.3 Mass Flow Analysis.

standardized Geographic variations   quality of raw materials/energy sources   production methods   relevant environmental impacts Technology   Which type of electricity production?   Salt Electrolysis with Mercury or Membrane process?   Oldest, average/Weighing is a valuation of results and thus a normative process, depending on preferences of researcher; which environmental impact is most important? Procedure of LCIA according to ISO: - -Classification and characterisation are an obligatory /


Center for Environmental Research and Technology University of California, Riverside University of California, Davis Performance and Environmental Impact.

Cycle Analysis should be used in comparing benefits/liabilities Potential Resource – 60 million barrels oil or 2370 MW electrical power Provide diversity of product markets Extension of landfills Impacts on recycling Environmental impacts Center for Environmental Research and Technology University of California, Riverside University of California, Davis Recommendations Formal vendor evaluation Improve Characterization of MSW  Elemental analysis, heating value, biochemical properties Improve estimates of/


ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (ISO 14000). ISO 14000 is also an international system for the certification of users. ISO 14000 is also an international.

, water or land? Do we generate wastes, scrap or off-spec materials? If so, does the treatment of disposal of these materials have potential environmental impacts? Which characteristics or attributes of our products or services could result in impact the environment (through their intended use, endof- life management, etc.)? Does our land or infrastructure (e.g.,buildings) interact with the environment? Which activities/


NSF/SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing Beaudoin, et al. 1 Environmental Impacts of Manufacturing Stephen.

and enforced by courts –government approves or disapproves project –public can challenge in court 4 stages NSF/SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing Beaudoin, et al. 9 NSF/SRC Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing Environmental Impact Assessment (cont’d) 1) Process screening - determines which aspects of existing or planned process must be evaluated a process step that generates/


Ecol 3027 Pollution & EIA 1. Waste management assessment 2. Fisheries impact assessment 3. Landscape & visual impact assessment 4. Heritage impact assessment.

.2 Legislation and Guidelines 6.3 Baseline Condition 6.4 Assessment Methodology 6.5 Identification of Potential Environmental Impacts 6.6 Prediction and Evaluation of Environmental Impacts 6.7 Mitigation Measures 6.8 Evaluation of Residual Environmental Impacts 6.9 Environmental Monitoring and Audit 6.10 Conclusion and Recommendations 6.11 Impacts Summary Example: Disneyland Baseline Tsuen Wan and Outlying Islands Waste Arising District North Lantau Transfer Station/


Introduction to Environmentally Sound Design & Management [DATE][SPEAKERS NAMES]

& timber) the number of livestock, demand for water generation of waste, including disposable packaging Another failure to plan for success! All can have significant adverse environmental impacts! ENCAP EA-ESD Course: Intro to Environmentally Sound Design17 Food Aid & Environmental failure  Food Aid: Fulfills a vital need  However, Food Aid may alter the relationship between people and how they manage natural resources in their area/


22-24, March, 2010 New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.. Aviation Industry and Environment Crisis (A perspective of impacts on the human, urban and natural environments)

the runway  - General noise from ground service equipment  Recognizing the relationship between aviation and the environment, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) strives to continually consider solutions to mitigate the environmental impacts. Environmental impacts are seen as systemic beyond the control of the operators. Inefficient management of airspace, restrictive operational procedures and inadequate infrastructure can inadvertently offset the investments by airlines to mitigate its/


1 Environmental Requirements for FHWA Projects in Oregon Teresa Brasfield Susan Haupt Oregon Department of Transportation.

Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 Noise Standards Public Hearing Requirements Americans with Disabilities Act 6 NEPA “Documents” Categorical Exclusion (CE) Environmental Assessment (EA) Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) Notice of Intent (NOI) Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Record of Decision (ROD) 7 Categorical Exclusion Actions which do not individually or cumulatively have a significant effect on the human environment/


CHAPTER 2 ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS AND PROCESSING.

affected? … river, woodland, forest, local bowling alley Purpose of initial assessment is to identify potential for significant environmental impact in the initial set of alternatives (1) the results of this initial assessment become input in re-conceptualization / / from the preferred alternative have been implemented (why / why not) 2.5 Tiered Environmental Impact Statements and 2.6 Supplemental Environmental Impact Statements A couple of special case EIS procedures (1) Tiering (2) Supplemental EIS /


ESS 122: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW Lecture 7(2) Environmental Impact Assessment.

consists of those activities that require basic assessment Listing notice 2 comprises those activities that require what is now referred to as scoping and environmental impact reporting (S&EIR) –These activities are regarded as having the most significant possible impacts on the environment. The 2010 regulations and lists of activities Listing notice 3 is a new listing notice and its purpose is to/


FIN 650: Project Appraisal Lecture 10 Environmental Appraisal of Projects.

.  Irrigation Facilities (+) Borrow-pits by the side of the roads provide facility for small scale irrigation.  Landscape (-) Scattered borrow pits, unauthorized growth around road, erosion result in marred landscape. Adverse Environmental Impacts and Mitigation Measures Environment al Event ActionImpactMitigation Measures Loss Fish Breeding Loss of breading, nursery and feeding ground in flood plain. Reduction in fish protein consumption. Unemployment of fisherman. Allow/


Chapter 10 Trade and the Environment. Key Questions What are the classical theorems of international trade and the implications of extending them to environmental.

emissions standards to gain some competitive advantage? Will footloose industries migrate to ‘pollution havens’? Will countries competitively lower environmental standards to generate trade benefits resulting in a ‘race to the bottom’? What about the environmental impact of transporting goods internationally? Businessmen often argue that environmental regulations: will result in the loss of jobs, and that the production of pollution intensive goods will merely be/


Rural Transportation Summit – ADOT Environmental in Project Development January 19, 201 4.

Timeframes Group One (CE) – Up to 2 months – May still require some due-diligence Group Two (CE) – 6 to 12* months * Biology, cultural resources, 404 Individual Permit Environmental Assessment – 1 to 3 years Environmental Impact Statement – 3 to 5+ years Development/Design Purpose and Need Public and Agency Scoping (NEPA) Section 106 Consultation (Historic Preservation Act) Biological Evaluation (Endangered Species and more) Hazardous/


1 Environmental impact assessment for public investment project in Vietnam : Regulations, practice, and practical issues Ph.D. Nguyen Khac Kinh Former.

, complete project, project owner must explain to approval agencies; if necessary, they should prepare report of additional environmental impacts - Consultant organization preparing EIA report should be qualified in terms of professional staff, facilities - technical necessity. / (1) Decree no 29/2011/NĐ-CP on April 18, 2011 provides for strategic environmental assessment, environmental impact assessment, environmental protection commitments of 2 following decrees: - Decree no 80/2006/NĐ-CP on August /


OVERVIEW OF ISO 14001 ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS.

plants, people, organisms » local, regional, and global issues » interactions between any of these ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems32 Environmental Impact Examples  Reduced oxygen in a river due to waste water discharge  Contamination of the air by particulate / accidents and emergencies  Need to know all potential sources, types, and environmental impacts of emergencies ISO 14001 Environmental Management Systems91 ISO 14001 Monitoring and Measurement says: The organization shall establish and/


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