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A quantitative analysis of the carbon

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A quantitative analysis of the carbon cycle and comparison of carbon remineralization rates in marine sediment to primary production in Glacier Bay, Alaska David Eric Loughner Abstract The carbon cycle and the burial of carbon as organic matter in marine sediments is a major process a ecting the amount of carbon in the

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The Carbon Cycle Lehigh University

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Carbon Cycle Page 1 The Carbon Cycle Overview of the Carbon Cycle The movement of carbon from one area to another is the basis for the carbon cycle. Carbon is important for all life on Earth. All living things are made up of carbon. Carbon is produced by both natural and human-made (anthropogenic) sources.

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Global Carbon Cycle Modeling GLOBE.gov

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model) • Global Carbon Cycle Student Worksheets 1 and 2 (one per student) • Global Carbon Cycle Diagram – class copy, on an overhead or the board. Prerequisites • Basics of the global carbon cycle ( Carbon Background, Carbon Cycle Adventure Story, Carbon Travels Game, Getting to Know Global Carbon).

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The carbon cycle ECMWF

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The carbon cycle Interaction between all the Earth system components • Carbon reservoirs and their interactions with the atmosphere (focusing on CO 2 primarily). • Can carbon cycle –climate feedbacks improve atmospheric predictive skill? Vegetation, radiative transfer, atmospheric chemistry • Atmospheric CO 2 and CH4 analysis and forecast

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CHAPTER 1 Carbon Cycle Modelling

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features of the real carbon cycle that such models should be capable of reproducing. The second chapter presents a more detailed comparison of four simple models of the carbon cycle. Recommendations for notations and some technical procedures are given in chapter 3. Various data sets for validation of carbon cycle models are pro-posed in chapter 4.

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Carbon cycle processes Pennsylvania State University

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carbon cycle, we can perform a useful test on our model of the carbon cycle. If we add to our steady state model the CO 2 emission history for the last 100 years, we should end up with a carbon cycle in its present state. This will provide us with a very nice way of assessing the significance of our modeling results. To begin, we will make a

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The Carbon Cycle Noble

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The carbon cycle is the biogeochemical cycle by which carbon is exchanged among the biosphere, pedosphere, geosphere, hydro - sphere and atmosphere of Earth. Along with the nitrogen cycle and the water cycle, the carbon cycle comprises a sequence of events key to making Earth capable of sustaining life; it describes

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The Carbon Cycle SOEST

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The Carbon Cycle Inventories: black text Fluxes: purple arrows WHY CARBON? AN = 6 (6P/6N) AW = 12.011 Oxidation: -4 to +4 Isotopes: 11C, 12C, 13C, 14C Methane (-4) Carbon dioxide (+4) Carbon is the currency of life Carbohydrates Protein Nucleic acids All living organisms utilize the same molecular building blocks. Time Scales of Carbon Exchange

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Methodologies for Measuring the Carbon Footprint

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Carbon Footprint Development: Stages 9secure management support 9establish a team & prepare budget 9define inventory boundary 9determine sources of emissions 9select base year 9design efficient data management system Corporate Life …

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A simple carbon cycle representation for economic and

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turing the known physics and chemistry of the global carbon cycle. We describe the model below and compare it both to DICE and to state-of-the-art climate models. Equations, pa-rameter values, and initial conditions are listed in full in Appendices A.1, A.2 and A.3.

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Rhizosphere processes are quantitatively important

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Rhizosphere processes are quantitatively important components of terrestrial carbon and nutrient cycles ADRIEN C. FINZI1, ROSE Z. ABRAMOFF1, KIMBERLY S. SPILLER1,EDWARDR. BRZOSTEK2,3, BRIDGET A. DARBY1,4,MARKA.KRAMER5 and RICHARD P. PHILLIPS3 1Department of Biology and PhD Program in Biogeoscience, Boston University, Boston MA …

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The Carbon Cycle

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drive the carbon cycle. Students are first introduced to the carbon cycle in an interactive game that triggers prior knowledge and touches on how carbon moves through Earth’s interconnected spheres. Students then investigate and gather evidence of the carbon transformation that carbon atoms encounter throughout the cycle.

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GFDL’s Carbon Cycle Modeling

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Bacastow, R. and Keeling, C.D. (1973) Atmospheric carbon dioxide and radiocarbon in the natural carbon cycle: Changes from A.D. 1700 to 2070 as deduced from a geochemical model. In Woodwell, G.M. and Pecan, E.V. (Eds.) Carbon and the Biosphere. AEC Symposium Series 30, 86-135, NTIS US DoC.

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1Global Carbon Cycle Overview of the

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1 Overview of the Global Carbon Cycle 2018 2 43 KEY FINDINGS 1. Atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO 2) has increased from a preindustrial abundance of 280 parts per mil- lion (ppm) of dry air to over 400 ppm in recent years—an increase of over 40%. As of July 2017, global

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Model of the Carbon Cycle Carbon Cycle Product Carbon

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Model of the Carbon Cycle Carbon Cycle Product Carbon Cycle Process

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Title: THE CARBON CYCLE Brooklyn College

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components of the carbon cycle. Independent Activities: Students will work in pairs completing the carbon cycle. Assessment: Student’s ability to work in teams as well as use the materials provided to understan d the different parts of the carbon cycle. Follow-up This short lesson plan provides students with a preliminary

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A Review of Battery LifeCycle Analysis: State of

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cycle data either are nonexistent or, in some cases, in need of updating. Although battery manufacturing processes have occasionally been well described, detailed quantitative information on energy and material flows missing. For all but the is lithium-ion batteries, enough material production energy data constituent are

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Carbon Cycle Definition, Process, Diagram Of Carbon Cycle

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The carbon cycle is associated with the availability of other compounds as well. Further Reading: Nitrogen Cycle – An Elemental Cycle. Explore more information about the carbon cycle, its definition, process, carbon cycle diagram, or any other related topics by registering at BYJU’S.

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Lab 5: Carbon Cycle Modeling (Introduction) EARTH 103

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This carbon cycle model here is attached to a little climate model, that you can see the edge of it over here, that's the same one that we worked with in Module 3. And so, the carbon cycle model will control the atmospheric CO 2 concentration here, and then that will feed into the climate model here and control the greenhouse effect.

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HandsOn Qualitative Introduction to the Carbon Cycle

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This introduction to the carbon cycle helps students visualize and model global carbon pools in the environment. Students will identify the primary forms of carbon in global pools as well as the carbon transforming process associated with key global carbon fluxes (i.e. photosynthesis, respiration, combustion, etc).

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Black Marble User Guide Version 1 NASA

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This user guide provides an overview of NASA’s new VIIRS Level 3 Black Marble nighttime lights product suite (VNP46) to users. This document describes the theoretical basis for the algorithms, the operational processing, evaluation and validation of …

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Chemistry Model Unit 6: Human Impact: The Chemistry of

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Develop a quantitative model to describe the cycling of carbon among the hydrosphere, atmosphere, geosphere, and biosphere. [Clarification Statement: Emphasis is on modeling biogeochemical cycles that include the cycling of carbon through the ocean, atmosphere, soil, and biosphere (including humans), providing

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A INTRODUCTION TO THE GLOBAL CARBON C Globe …

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can cycle carbon among various pools within ecosystems and eventually releases it back to the atmosphere. Viewing the Earth as a whole, individual cycles like this are linked to others involving oceans, rocks, etc. on a range of spatial and temporal scales to form an integrated global carbon cycle (Figure 2). On the shortest time scales, of

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A quantitative analysis of the carbon cycle and comparison

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A quantitative analysis of the carbon cycle and comparison of carbon remineralization rates in marine Glacier Bay, Alaska: en: dc.type: Other: en  Files in this item. Name: loughd.pdf Size: 329.2Kb Format: PDF. View/ Open. This item appears in the following Collection(s) Ocean 444 and Ocean 445 -- Senior Theses [301] Show simple item record

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Unit 2: The Carbon Cycle

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Unit 2 assessment grading rubric (Acrobat (PDF) 80kB Aug18 16) 7. Summative assessment (in-class quiz): The summative assessment for this unit, which can also function as a "pre-test" or a part of a larger, whole-module exam, is …

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Earth Science Data Records of Global Forest Cover and Change

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including carbon budgets and the hydrological cycle. The moderate-resolution products are of particular value to various modeling communities, especially those concerned with regional to global carbon modeling (Ojima & Galvin 1994, et al. 1999) and regional hydrological modeling (Band 1993, Sahin & Hall 1996, Bounoua et al., 2002).

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The Carbon Cycle NASA Earth Observatory

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The Slow Carbon Cycle. Through a series of chemical reactions and tectonic activity, carbon takes between 100-200 million years to move between rocks, soil, ocean, and atmosphere in the slow carbon cycle. On average, 10 13 to 10 14 grams (10–100 million metric tons) of carbon move through the slow carbon cycle every year.

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Carbon Cycle Part 2 Modeling the Carbon Cycle

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Now have students take out their science notebooks and draw the carbon cycle model together. Start the model by drawing the Atmosphere box at the top of the page. Ask students what form carbon takes in the atmosphere (carbon dioxide). Continue to add to your model by adding boxes, labeling the subjects, and also adding lines (processes).

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Modeling the Carbon Cycle Pennsylvania State University

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Model Construction. Our simple ocean-atmosphere carbon cycle will be an open system, like our terrestrial carbon cycle models, with just three reservoirs, representing the atmosphere, the surface water of the ocean (to a depth of 100 m), the marine biota, and the deep ocean (everything below 100 m).

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IPCC — Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

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IPCC — Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

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Final Carbon Cycle Model Creation National Geographic

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Final Carbon Cycle Model Creation Final Carbon Cycle Model Creation Students collaboratively finalize their carbon cycle model as a class, with a focus on educating their peers on how carbon moves through various reservoirs on Earth, where energy is stored, sourced, and released, and the impacts of carbon on the cycles.

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ANL Publications anl.gov

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Qualitative and quantitative information from a variety of sources was used to develop a life-cycle economic model to evaluate the cost and quantify the realistic factors that are related to the permissible frequency of starter motor cycles for the average vehicle to economically minimize engine idle time.

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Carbon Cycle in the Lab LASPCUBoulder

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An OHT showing the carbon cycle (Figure 1). A copy of the carbon cycle A4 sheet for each pupil (Figure 1). Either a copy of . Carbon cycle in the lab: carbon products and the processes that link them (for pupils) worksheet for each pupil or an OHT version 1 set of A4 sheets of ‘products’, (Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, Carbon in green

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Second State of the Carbon Cycle Report

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Box 2. Why Is the Carbon Cycle Important? The carbon cycle encompasses the flow, stor-age, and transformation of carbon compounds that are central to life and to the production of food, fiber, and energy. Carbon also helps regulate Earth’s climate, including tempera-ture, weather events, and more. This report

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The Carbon Cycle and Climate Change Cengage

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Carbon Cycle and Climate Change.2 Organic Carbon Cycle 3 understanding how carbon moves from one system to another as it is transferred from one reservoir to another. The collection of chemical pathways by which carbon moves between Earth systems is called the carbon cycle, and it is the flow of carbon through this cycle that ties together

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Student Resource & Activity Manual Weebly

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Student Resource & Activity Manual Model Answers: 2004 This model answer booklet is a companion publication to provide answers for the exercises in the Senior Biology 1 Student Resource and Activity Manual 2004 edition. These answers have been produced as a separate publication to keep the cost of the manual

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Teaching the Carbon Cycle with a Consideration of

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Suggested Sequence of Carbon Cycle Unit. 1. Students construct a Budget using their allowance. (Specify that students need to show at least 5 reservoirs one source of money in their budget and spend it in 3 places. All the boxes must be connected by arrows that are labeled by the activity, e.g., "buying lunch".

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Lesson Plan Carbon Cycle RolePlay

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Divide students evenly into 7 groups and distribute the appropriate role-play card to each group. Each group will be a team of actors that will play a certain part of the carbon cycle (atmosphere, water, algae, marine snail, sediments & rocks, trees, or caterpillars). The table provided at the end of the lesson plan summarizes all the groups, their options for carbon flow, the explanation for

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WSDOT Guidance ProjectLevel Greenhouse Gas Evaluations

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model for operational emissions. Fuel cycle emissions are calculated using the FHWA fuel cycle factor (0.27). Project-level construction and maintenance emissions should be calculated using FHWA’s Infrastructure Carbon Estimator (ICE) 3. tool. The quantitative analysis must be included in the Air Quality Discipline Report.

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SLOPE daily and 250 m gross primary productivity (GPP) for

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ORNL DAAC: The SatelLite Only Photosynthesis Estimation (SLOPE) GPP product is a daily, 250 m GPP dataset covering the Contiguous United States (CONUS) from 2000 to present with 1 day latency. Gross primary productivity (GPP) quantifies the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) fixed by plants through photosynthesis. Although as a key quantity of …

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The Carbon Cycle National Geographic Society

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The movement of carbon from reservoir to reservoir is known as the carbon cycle. Carbon can be stored in a variety of reservoirs, including plants and animals, which is why they are considered carbon life forms. Carbon is used by plants to build leaves and stems, which are then digested by animals and used for cellular growth.

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Educator Guide Carbon Cycle cleanet.org

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HS-ESS2-6 Develop a quantitative model to describe the cycling of carbon among the hydrosphere, atmosphere, geosphere, and biosphere. HS-LS2-4 Use a mathematical representation to support claims for the cycling of matter and flow of organisms in an ecosystem.

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EXPERIMENT 5. CYCLIC VOLTAMMETRY Chemistry

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model is often adequate to describe electrochemical systems. Use of this model allows us to learn about the behavior of electrodes in the absence of a redox couple. For a simple parallel plate capacitor, charge on the capacitor, Q, is proportional to the voltage drop across the capacitor, E: electrode ne-O R diffusion Bulk O* R* double layer C

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Biomass Allocation and Growth Data of Seeded Plants

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ORNL DAAC: This data set of leaf, stem, and root biomass for various plant taxa was compiled from the primary literature of the 20th century with a significant portion derived from Cannell (1982). Recent allometric additions include measurements made by Niklas and colleagues (Niklas, 2003). This is a unique data set with which to evaluate allometric patterns …

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Coupling of oceanic carbon and nitrogen facilitates

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The oceanic carbon cycle is governed by air-sea gas exchange of CO 2, which fractionates isotopes such that surface ocean DIC is ~2‰, ~8.5‰ enriched compared to the atmosphere δ 13 C CO2

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Measuring the “impact”

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model of impact measurement that provides a compre-hensive approach throughout the investment life cycle. Findings and Analysis Impact measurement efforts serve a number of different objectives throughout the investment cycle. We found that measurement efforts can be logically grouped into four key measurement objectives: 1.

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What is the carbon cycle?

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The carbon cycle describes the process in which carbon atoms continually travel from the atmosphere to the Earth and then back into the atmosphere. Since our planet and its atmosphere form a closed environment, the amount of carbon in this system does not change. Where the carbon is located — in the atmosphere or on Earth — is constantly in flux.

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The carbon cycle (article) Ecology Khan Academy

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The carbon cycle. The carbon cycle is most easily studied as two interconnected subcycles: One dealing with rapid carbon exchange among living organisms. One dealing with long-term cycling of carbon through geologic processes. Although we will look at them separately, it's important to realize these cycles are linked.

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CORRIM Report: Life Cycle Assessment for the Production of

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Cradle-to-gate - LCA model which includes upstream part of the product life cycle, i.e. all steps from raw material extraction to product at factory gate. Declared Unit - Quantity of a wood building product for use as a reference unit, e.g. mass, volume, for

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