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Fire in North American Wetland Ecosystems and Fire-Wildlife Relations: An Annotated Bibliography

Subject Index For Appendix A
The Literature On Fire-Wildlife Relations Indexed In Wildlife Review 1935-September 1987


Use of Fire in Refuges, Parks, Wilderness, and Natural Areas

759 Agee, James K. RESEARCH NATURAL AREAS AND FIRE IN THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM. 
         U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-173. p. 72. 1984. WR 196
    
760 Albini, Frank A.  A WILDLAND FIRES. Am. Sci. 72(6):590-597. 1984. WR 203
    
761 Alexander, Martin E. and Dennis E. Dube. FIRE MANAGEMENT IN WILDERNESS AREAS, 
         PARKS, AND OTHER NATURE RESERVES. In: The Role of Fire in Northern 
         Circumpolar Ecosystems. Ross W. Wein and David A. MacLean, editors. p. 
         273-297. 1983. WR 203
 
762 Anderson, Stanley H., compiler. EFFECTS OF THE 1976 SENEY NATIONAL WILDLIFE 
         REFUGE WILDFIRE ON WILDLIFE AND WILDLIFE HABITAT. U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv. 
         Resour. Publ. 146. ii + 28p. July 1982. WR 187
    
763 Apfelbaum, Steven I. and Alan Haney. CHANGES IN BIRD POPULATIONS DURING 
         SUCCESSION FOLLOWING FIRE IN THE NORTHERN GREAT LAKES WILDERNESS. U.S. 
         For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-212. p. 10-16. 1986. WR 203
    
764 Barrett, S. W. and B. M. Kilgore. WILDERNESS FIRE HISTORY STUDIES IN THE 
         NORTHERN ROCKIES. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 315. 1985. 
         Abstract only. WR 199
    
765 Blakey, Harold L. THE ROLE OF BRUSH CONTROL IN HABITAT IMPROVEMENT ON THE 
         ARANSAS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE. Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Conf. 12:179-184. 
         1947. WR 53-34
    
766 Blankenship Daniel J. INFLUENCE OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON SMALL MAMMALS IN 
         CUYAMACA RANCHO STATE PARK, CALIFORNIA. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. 
         PSW-58. p. 587. 1982. WR 199
    
767 Bonnicksen, Thomas M. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION BASE FOR PARK WILDERNESS FIRE 
         MANAGEMENT PLANNING. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 168-
         173. 1985. WR 199
    
768 Botti, Stephen J. and Tom Nichols. THE YOSEMITE AND SEQUOIA-KINGS CANYON 
         PRESCRIBED NATURAL FIRE PROGRAMS 1968-1978. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. 
         Natl. Parks 10:46-63. 1980. WR 200

769 Bradbury, J. P. EFFECTS OF FOREST FIRE AND OTHER DISTURBANCES ON WILDERNESS 
         LAKES IN NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA. II. PALEOLIMNOLOGY. Arch. Hydrobiol. 
         106(2):203-217. 1986. WR 202
    
770 Bratton, Susan P. FIRES EAST AND FIRES WEST: ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT. U.S. 
         Natl. Park Serv. Annu. Sci. Res. Meeting 7:34. 1981. Abstract only. 
         WR 199
    
771 Cameron, Chris. HAWAII VOLCANOES: AN UNUSUAL FIRE REGIME. U.S. For. Serv. 
         Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 317. 1985. Abstract only. WR 199
    
772 Comer, Robert D. and Rebecca S. Low. EFFECTS OF A SMALL BURN ON RESIDENT 
         AVIAN COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND IMPLICATIONS FOR SMALL PARK MANAGEMENT. 
         J. Colo.-Wyo. Acad. Sci. 14(1):55. Apr. 1982. Abstract only. WR 190
    
773 Czuhai, Eugene and Charles T. Cushwa. A RESUME OF PRESCRIBED BURNINGS ON THE 
         PIEDMONT NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Note SE-86. 
         [4p.] Feb. 1968. WR 131-11
 
774 Davison, K. L. VEGETATION RESPONSE AND REGROWTH AFTER FIRE ON CUMBERLAND ISLAND 
         NATIONAL SEASHORE, GEORGIA. U.S. Natl. Park Serv. NPS/R/RM/SER-69. 137p. 
         1984. From U.S. Government Reports 85(11):11. 1985. Available from NTIS 
         as PB85-163624/GAR. WR 200
    
775 Ewell, Diane M. and H. Thomas Nichols PRESCRIBED FIRE MONITORING IN SEQUOIA 
         AND KINGS CANYON NATIONAL PARKS. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. 
         p. 327-328. 1985. Abstract only. WR 199
    
776 Fischer, W. C. WILDERNESS FIRE MANAGEMENT PLANNING GUIDE. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. 
         Tech. Rep INT-171. 61p. 1984. From U.S. Government Reports 84(25):9. 
         1984. Available from NTIS as PB84-239813. WR 197
    
777 Fischer, William C. ELEMENTS OF WILDERNESS FIRE MANAGEMENT PLANNING. U.S. For. 
         Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. 138-144. 1985. WR 199
    
778 Foxx, Teralene S. and Loren D. Potter FIRE ECOLOGY AT BANDELIER NATIONAL 
         MONUMENT. Proc Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:396-402. 1980. 
         WR 200
    
779 Frenzel, R. W.; E. E. Starkey and H. C. Black. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING 
         ON SMALL MAMMAL COMMUNITIES IN LAVA BEDS NATIONAL MONUMENT CALIFORNIA. 
         Proc. First Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks, U.S. Natl. Park Serv. Trans. 
         Proc. Ser. No. 5. Vol. I. p. 287-292. 1979. WR 179
    
780 Gruell, George E. THE IMPORTANCE OF FIRE IN THE GREATER YELLOWSTONE ECOSYSTEM. 
         West. Wildlands 12(3)14-18. 1986. WR 203
    
781 Harmon, Mark E. FIRE DISTURBANCE AND VEGETATION RECOVERY IN THE LOW ELEVATION 
         FORESTS OF WESTERN GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Proc. Second 
         Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:143-158. 1980. WR 200
    
782 Harmon, Mark E. THE DISTRIBUTION AND DYNAMICS OF FOREST FUELS IN WESTERN 
         GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. 
         Natl. Parks 10:261-275. 1980. WR 200
    
783 Hawkes, Brad C. FIRE HISTORY AND ECOLOGY OF FOREST ECOSYSTEMS IN KLUANE 
         NATIONAL PARK--FIRE MANAGEMENT IMPLICATIONS. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. 
         Rep. INT-182. p. 350. 1985. Abstract only. WR 199
    
784 Hemstrom, Miles A. FIRE IN THE FORESTS OF MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK. 
         Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:119-129. 1980. WR 200
    
785 Huff, Mark H. CLIMATIC FACTORS INFLUENCING LARGE LIGHTNING FIRES IN 
         OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:
         219-230. 1980. WR 200 

786 Janke, Robert A. and John L. Lowther. POST-FIRE SUCCESSION IN THE BOREAL 
         FOREST TYPE OF ISLE ROYALE NATIONAL PARK. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. 
         Natl. Parks 11:99-135. 1980. WR 200
    
787 Johnson, Janet L.; Jerry F. Franklin and Richard G. Krebill, coordinators. 
         RESEARCH NATURAL AREAS: BASELINE MONITORING AND MANAGEMENT. PROCEEDINGS 
         OF A SYMPOSIUM IN MISSOULA, MONTANA, MARCH 21, 1984. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. 
         Tech. Rep. INT-173. 84p. 1984. WR 196
    
788 Keown, Larry D. FIRE BEHAVIOR PREDICTION TECHNIQUES FOR PARK AND WILDERNESS 
         FIRE PLANNING. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 162-167. 1985. 
         WR 199
    
789 Kilgore, Bruce M. EVALUATING DIRECT RESPONSE TO UNDERSTORY BURNING IN A PINE-
         FIR-LARCH FOREST IN GLACIER NATIONAL PARK. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. 
         Rep. INT-212. p. 26-34. 1986. WR 203
    
790 Kilgore, Bruce M. RESTORING FIRE'S NATURAL ROLE IN AMERICA'S WILDERNESS. West 
         Wildlands 10(3):2-8. 1984. WR 197
    
791 Kovalicky, Tom. THE WILDERNESS FIRE MANAGEMENT PLAN. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. 
         Rep. INT-182. p. 136-137. 1985. WR 199
    
792 Laren, Richard D. NATURAL FIRE MANAGEMENT IN ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK: A 
         CASE STUDY OF THE OUZEL FIRE. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 
         10:37-45. 1980. WR 200
    
793 Leenhouts, Willard P. and James L. Baker. VEGETATION DYNAMICS IN DUSKY SEASIDE 
         SPARROW HABITAT ON MERRITT ISLAND NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE. Wildl. Soc. 
         Bull. 10(2):127-132. 1982. WR 188
    
794 Lopoukhine, N. and C. White. FIRE MANAGEMENT OPTIONS IN CANADA'S NATIONAL 
         PARKS. North. For. Res. Cent. Inf. Rep. (Canada) NOR-X271. p. 59-68. 
         1985. WR 2C5
    
795 Lotan, James E.; Burce M. Kilgore; William C. Fischer and Robert W. Mutch, 
         coordinators. PROCEEDINGS - SYMPOSIUM AND WORKSHOP ON WILDERNESS FIRE. 
         MISSOULA, MONTANA, NOVEMBER 15-18, 1983. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. 
         INT-182. 434p. 1985. WR 199
    
796 Lotan, James E. FIRE IN RESEARCH NATURAL AREAS IN THE FOREST SERVICE. U.S. 
         For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-173. p. 68-69. 1984. WR 196
    
797 Lovaas, Allan L. INTRODUCTION OF PRESCRIBED BURNING TO WIND CAVE NATIONAL 
         PARK. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 4(2):69-73. 1976. WR 167
    
798 Mangan, Richard J. FIRE SUPPRESSION FOR WILDERNESS AND PARKS: PLANNING 
         CONSIDERATIONS. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 159-161. 
         1985. WR 199

799 Martin, Bradford D. VEGETATION RESPONSES TO PRESCRIBED BURNING IN CUYAMACA 
         RANCHO STATE PARK, CALIFORNIA. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-58. 
         p. 617. 1982. WR 199
    
800 Martin, Robert E.; Craig M. Olson and James Sleznick, Jr. RESEARCH/MANAGEMENT 
         PRESCRIBED BURNING AT LAVA BEDS NATIONAL MONUMENT. Proc. Second Conf. 
         Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:64-77. 1980. WR 200
    
801 Mastroqiuseppe, R. J. VEGETATION DYNAMICS AND PRESCRIBED FIRE EFFECTS, CRATER 
         LAKE NATIONAL PARK, OREGON. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:
         389-395. 1980. WR 200
    
802 McCool, Stephen F. and George H. Stankey. VISITOR ATTITUDES TOWARD WILDERNESS 
         FIRE MANAGEMENT POLICY - 1971-84. U.S. For. Serv. Res. Pap. INT-357. 7p. 
         1986. WR 202
    
803 Moir, William H. TWO CENTURIES OF FIRE IN THE HIGH CHISOS BIG BEND NATIONAL 
         PARK, TEXAS. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:171-189. 1980. 
         WR 200
    
804 Olson, Craig M.; Arlen H. Johnson and Robert E. Martin. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED 
         FIRES ON VEGETATION IN LAVA BEDS NATIONAL MONUMENT. Proc. Second Conf. 
         Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:375-388. 1980. WR 200
    
805 Omi, Philip N. FUEL DYNAMICS IN TWO NATURAL FIRES IN SEQUOIA-KINGS CANYON 
         NATIONAL PARKS. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:337-345. 
         1980. WR 200
    
806 Omi, Philip N. FIRE AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARR. Proc. 
         Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:21-36. 1980. WR 200
    
807 Parsons, David J.; David M. Graber; James K. Agee and Jan W. Van Wagtendonk. 
         NATURAL FIRE MANAGEMENT IN NATIONAL PARKS. Environ. Manage. 10(1):21-24. 
         1986. WR 203
    
808 Parsons, David J. and Richard P. Hedlund. FIRE HISTORY IN THE FOOTHILL ZONE 
         OF SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARR. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:
         104-118. 1980. WR 200
    
809 Parsons, David J. and Steven DeBenedetti. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED FIRE ON ANNUAL 
         GRASSLANDS IN SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 65(2):258. June 
         1984. Abstract only. WR 195
 
810 Purcell, Alice; Roger Schnoes and Edward Starkey. THE EFFECTS OE PRESCRIBED 
         BURNING ON MULE DEER IN LAVA BEDS NATIONAL MONUMENT. Proc. Second Conf. 
         Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:346-374. 1980. WR 200
    
811 Rakestraw, L.; M. Coffman and J. Ferris. FIRE AND LOGGING HISTORY OF VOYAGEUR'S 
         NATIONAL PARK. Proc. Second Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:130-142. 1980. 
         WR 200
    
812 Reiswig, Barry. HABITAT MANAGEMENT ON THE DES LAC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE. 
         N.D. Outdoors 42(2):12-14. Aug. 1979. WR 180
    
813 Rochefort, Regina M. and Robert F. Doren. EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK: FIRE. U.S. 
         For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 373. 1985. Abstract only. WR 199
    
814 Romme, William H. and Dennis H. Knight. FIRE HISTORY IN SUBALPINE FORESTS OF 
         YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARR. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 
         374. 1985. Abstract only. WR 199
    
815 Saveland, James M. WILDERNESS FIRE ECONOMICS: THE FRANK CHURCH-RIVER OF NO 
         RETURN WILDERNESS. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-212. p. 39-48. 
         1986. WR 203
    
816 Saveland, James and Richard Hildner. FIVE-YEAR REVIEW OF FIRE IN THE MOOSE 
         CREEK RANGER DISTRICT, SELWAY-BITTERROOT WILDERNESS. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. 
         Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 375. 1985. Abstract only. WR 199
    
817 Sheppard, Paul R. and James P. Lassoie. A NONDESTRUCTIVE METHOD FOR DATING 
         LIVING, FIRESCARRED TREES IN WILDERNESS AREAS. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. 
         Rep. INT-212. p. 35-38. 1986. WR 203
    
818 Shown, Douglas A. THE EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON BIRD AND SMALL MAMMAL 
         COMMUNITIES IN THE GRASSLANDS OF WIND CAVE NATIONAL PARK. M.S. thesis, 
         Mich. Technol. Univ. 1982. WR 194
    
819 Skinner, Thomas V.; Michael W. Hilbruner; Richard D. Laven and Philip N. Omi. 
         A FIRE CHARACTERISTICS CHART FOR INTERPRETING MODELED FIRE BEHAVIOR IN 
         ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK. U.S. For. Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 
         378-382. 1985. WR 199
    
820 Steuter, Allen A. FIRE AS A MANAGEMENT TOOL OF THE NATURE CONSERVANCY. U.S. 
         Por. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-173. p. 70-71. 1984. WR 196
    
821 Stratton, Donald A.; Susan P. Bratton and Dean M. Simon. AN INVENTORY OF FOREST 
         FIRE FUELS AT CUMBERLAND ISLAND NATIONAL SEASHORE, GEORGIA. Natl. Park 
         Serv. Coop. Unit CPSU Tech. Rep. (Univ. Cal) 6. 33p. 1984. WR 200
 
822 Sumners, Richard Rogers. THE ADMINISTRATION OF FIRE MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE 
         NATIONAL PARK SERVICE. M.S. thesis, Calif. State Univ. (Fullerton) 44p. 
         1978. WR 177
    
823 Swanson, John and Alan Dennistion. PUBLIC INVOLVEMENT IN WILDERNESS FIRE 
         MANAGEMENT. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 388. 1985. 
         Abstract only. WR 199
    
824 Swanson, John R. and Alan E. Denniston. THE PARK-CARIBOU PLAN: AN EXAMPLE OF 
         INTEGRATED PLANNING. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 215-219. 
         1985. WR 199
    
825 Swetnam, Thomas W. and John H. Dieterich. FIRE HISTORY OF PONDEROSA PINE FORESTS 
         IN THE GILA WILDERNESS, NEW MEXICO. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. 
         p. 390-397. 1985. WR 199
    
826 Swetnam, Thomas William. FIRE HISTORY OF THE GILA WILDERNESS, NEW MEXICO. M.S. 
         thesis, Univ. Ariz. 158p. 1983. From Masters Abstr. 21(4):298. Dec. 1983. 
         WR 195
    
827 Tarapchak, S. J. and H. E. Wright, Jr. EFFECTS OF FOREST FIRE AND OTHER 
         DISTURBANCES ON WILDERNESS LAKES IN NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA. I. LIMNOLOGY. 
         Arch. Hydrobiol. 106(2):177-202. 1986. WR 202
    
828 Taylor, Dale L.; Frenchie Malotte and Douglas Erskine. COOPERATIVE FIRE 
         PLANNING FOR LARGE AREAS: A FEDERAL, PRIVATE, AND STATE OF ALASKA EXAMPLE. 
         U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-182. p. 206-214. 1985. WR 199
    
829 Taylor, Dale L. FOREST FIRES AND THE TREEHOLE NESTING CYCLE IN GRAND TETON 
         AND YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARKS. Proc. First Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks, 
         U.S. Natl. Park Serv. Trans. Proc. Ser. No. 5. Vol. I. p. 509-511. 
         1979. WR 179
    
830 Taylor, Dale L. COMPETITION BETWEEN MOUNTAIN BLUEBIRDS AND TREE SWALLOWS IN 
         POST-FIRE AREAS OF YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK. Natl. Ceogr. Soc. Res. Rep. 
         14:655-667. 1982. WR 194
    
831 Taylor, Jonathan G. and Robert W. Mutch. FIRE IN WILDERNESS: PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE, 
         ACCEPTANCE, AND PERCEPTIONS. U.S. For. Serv. Cen. Tech. Rep. INT-212. p. 
         49-59. 1986. WR 203
    
832 Tiagwad, Tamara E.; Craig N. Olson and Robert E. Martin. SINGLE-YEAR RESPONSE 
         OF BREEDING BIRD POPULATIONS. TO FIRE IN A CURLLEAF MOUNTAIN-MAHOGANY-BIG 
         SAGEBRUSH COMMUNITY. In: Ecological Research in National Parks of the 
         Pacific Northwest: Proceedings of the 2nd Conference on Scientific Research 
         in National Parks, Edward E. Starkey, Jerry F. Franklin, and Jean W. 
         Matthews, technical coordinators. p. 101-110. 1982. WR 190
    
833 Turner, Monica Goigel. EFFECTS OF FERAL HORSE GRAZING, CLIPPING, TRAMPLING AND 
         A LATE WINTER BURN ON SALT MARSH, CUMBERLAND ISLAND NATIONAL SEASHORE, 
         GEORGIA. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Am. 66(2):285. 1985. Abstract only. WR 198
    
834 Turner, Sally. THE FIRE HISTORY OF CUMBERLAND ISLAND NATIONAL SEASHORE 1900-
         1983. Natl. Park Serv. Coop. Unit CPSU Tech. Rep. (Univ. Gal) 7. 113p. 
         1984. WR 200
    
835 Van Wagtendonk, Jan W. THE ROLE OF FIRE IN THE YOSEMITE WILDERNESS. U.S. For. 
         Serv. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-212. p. 2-9. 1986. WR 203
    
836 Van Wagtendonk, Jan W. and Stepen J. Botti. MODELING BEHAVIOR OF PRESCRIBED 
         FIRES IN YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK. J. For. 82(8):479-484. Aug. 1984. WR 195
    
837 Wakimoto, Ronald H. CURRENT FIRE MANAGEMENT RESEARCH IN GLACIER NATIONAL PARK. 
         West. Wildlands 10(3):20-25. 1984. WR 197
    
838 West, Neil E. and Walter L. Loope. OCCURRENCE OF WILDLIFE IN ZION NATIONAL 
         PARK IN RELATION TO ECOSYSTEM AND RECORD TAKING VARIABLES. Proc. Second 
         Conf. Sci. Res. Natl. Parks 10:210-218. 1980. WR 200
    
839 Wood, M. SMALL MAMMAL COMMUNITIES AFTER TWO RECENT FIRES IN YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL 
         PARK. M.S. thesis, Mont. State Univ. 58p. 1981. WR 183
    
840 Young, Richard Paul. FIRE ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT IN PLANT COMMUNITIES OF MALHEUR 
         NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, SOUTHEASTERN OREGON. Ph.D. dissertation, Oreg. 
         State Univ. 183p. 1986. From Diss. Abstr. Int. B Sci. Eng. 47(9):3610. 1987. 
         WR 205
    
841 Young, Richard P. and Richard F. Miller. EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ON UPLAND 
         VEGETATION OF MALHEUR NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, SOUTHEAST OREGON. Soc. 
         Range Manage. Annu. Meeting 37:[14.] 1984. Abstract only. WR 198

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