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Ashley R. Smyth
Kansas Biological Survey University of Kansas

2101 Constant Ave. Phone: 215-206-0305

Lawrence, KS 66044 arsmyth@gmail.com
EDUCATION
Institution Major Degree and Year

The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Environmental Studies BA, 2006

The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Marine Science PhD, 2013
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2016-present Postdoctoral Researcher, The University of Kansas, Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, Kansas

2014-2016 David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellow, College of William & Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, Virginia

2013-2014 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, Virginia

2008-2013 Graduate Research Assistant, Institute of Marine Science, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

2009-2010 Graduate Research Consultant, Office of Undergraduate Research, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

2007-2008 Teaching Assistant, Department of Marine Science, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill


AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS AND GRANTS
2015 Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Postdoctoral Scholar Travel Award ($1500)

2014 David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship, Society of Conservation

Biology and The Cedar Tree Foundation ($183,500)

Ecological Dissertations in Aquatic Sciences (Eco-DAS) XII, Selected Symposium Participant, National Science Foundation, Association for the Science of Limnology and Oceanography ($500)

2012 Dissertation Completion Fellowship, The University of North Carolina ($20,000)

2012 Future Faculty Fellow, The University of North Carolina ($500)

2012 Student Representative Graduate Education Day at the Capital

2012 The University of North Carolina Graduate School Impact Award ($500)

2011 Southeastern Estuarine Research Society Student Travel Award ($250)

2011 Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation Student Travel Award ($250)

2006 Mary and Watts Hill Scholarship Recipient

2006 George V. Taylor Award for Honors Undergraduate Research Recipient

2005 NSF, Research Experience for Undergraduates Fellowship

PUBLICATIONS
Journal Articles:

* Denotes student collaborator


15. Murphy, A.E.*, I.C. Anderson, A.R. Smyth, B. Song, M.W. Luckenbach. Microbial nitrogen processing in commercial hard clam (Mercenaria mercenaria) aquaculture sediments: Nitrogen removal versus recycling pathways. Accepted. Limnology and Oceanography
14. Lefcheck, J.S., S.J. Brandl, P.L. Reynolds, A.R. Smyth, S.T. Meyer. Extending rapid ecosystem function assessments to marine ecosystems: A reply to Meyer. In Press. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31 (4): 251-253 [doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2016.02.002].
13. Green, S.J., J. Armstrong, M. Bogan, E. Darling, S. Kross, C. Rochman, A.R. Smyth, D. Verissimo. 2015. Conservation needs diverse values, approaches, and practitioners. Conservation Letters 8: 385-387 [doi: 10.1111/conl.12204].
12. Rochman, C., S. Kross. J. Armstrong, M. Bogan, E. Darling, S. Green, A.R. Smyth, D. Verissimo. 2015. Scientific evidence supports a ban on microbeads. Environmental Science and Technology 49:10759-10761 [doi: 10.1021/acs.est.5b03909]. (Scientific Opinion). Featured by CNN, USA Today, The Washington Post, and The Huffington Post
11. Smyth, A.R., M.F. Piehler, J.H. Grabowski. 2015. Habitat context influences nitrogen removal by restored oyster reefs. Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (3): 716-725 [doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12435].
10. Kellogg, M.L, A.R. Smyth, M.W. Luckenbach, R. H. Carmichael, B. L. Brown, J. C. Cornwell, M. F. Piehler, M.S. Owens, D. J. Dalrymple, C.B. Higgins. 2014. Use of oysters to mitigate eutrophication in coastal waters. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 151: 156-168 [doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2014.09.025].
9. Geraldi, N.R., A.R. Smyth, M.F. Piehler, C.H. Peterson. 2014. Artificial substrates enhance non-native macroalga and N2 production. Biological Invasions 16: 1819-1831 [doi: 10.1007/s10530-013-0629-2].
8. Anderson, I.C., M.B. Brush, M.F. Piehler, C.C Currin, J.W. Stanhope, A.R. Smyth, J.D. Maxey, M. Whitehead. 2014. Climate related drivers affecting the benthic nutrient filter in a shallow photic estuary. Estuaries and Coasts 37 (Issue 1 Supplement): 46-62 [doi: 10.1007/s12237-013-9665-5].
7. Smyth, A.R., N.R. Geraldi, M.F. Piehler. 2013. Quantifying the effects of oysters on nitrogen pools and processes. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 493:23-30 [doi: 10.3354/meps10516].
6. Gonzalez, D.J, A.R. Smyth, M.F. Piehler, K.J. McGlathery. 2013. Mats of the non-native macroalga, Gracilaria vermiculophylla, alter net denitrification rates and nutrient fluxes on intertidal mudflats. Limnology and Oceanography, 58 (6): 2101-2108 [doi:10.43191/lo.2013.58.6.000]
5. Elsey-Quirk,T, A.R. Smyth, M.F. Piehler, J. Mead, D.J. Velinsky. 2013. The exchange of nitrogen through an urban tidal freshwater wetland in Philadelphia, PA USA. Journal of Environmental Quality, 42: 584-595 [doi:10.2134/jeq2012.0287]
4. Higgins, C.B., C.R. Tobias, M.F. Piehler, A.R. Smyth, R.F Dame, K. Stephenson, B.L. Brown. 2013. Effect of aquacultured oyster biodeposition on sediment N2 production in Chesapeake Bay. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 473:7-27 [doi: 10.3354/meps10062]
3. Smyth, A.R., S. P. Thompson, K.N. Siporin*, W. S. Gardner, M. J. McCarthy, M. F. Piehler. Assessing nitrogen dynamics throughout the estuarine landscape. 2013. Estuaries and Coasts 63 (1): 44-55 [doi:10.1007/s12237-012-9554-3].
2. Grabowski, J.H., R.D. Brumbaugh, R. Conrad, A.G. Keeler, J. Opaluch, C.H. Peterson, M.F. Piehler, S.P. Powers, A.R. Smyth. 2012. Economic valuation of ecosystem services provided by oyster reefs. Bioscience 61(10): 900-909
1. Piehler, M.F., and A.R. Smyth. 2011. Habitat-specific distinctions in estuarine denitrification affect both ecosystem function and services. Ecosphere 2:art12. [doi:10.1890/ES10-00082.1]. Featured in ESA’s Centennial Special among most notable articles.
Journal Articles in Review or Revision:
Smyth, A.R., N.R. Geraldi, S.P. Thompson, M.F. Piehler. Biological activity exceeds biogenic structure in influencing sediment denitrification in oyster reefs. Revision Requested. Marine Ecology Progress Series
Lunstrum, A., K.J.McGlathery, A.R.Smyth. Enhanced but limited denitrification at a Crassostrea virginica oyster aquaculture farm in Chesapeake Bay. In Review. Estuaries and Coasts
Book Chapters:
Christian, R.R., V.F. Camacho-Ibar, M.F. Piehler and A.R. Smyth. 2011. Understanding the nitrogen cycle through network models in coastal ecosystems. In: Wolanski, E and McLusky D.S. (eds.) Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science, vol. 9, pp.383-396. Waltham: Academic Press
Theses:
Smyth, A.R. 2013. Alternations in nitrogen cycling resulting from oyster-mediated benthic-pelagic coupling. PhD Dissertation in Marine Science. The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA.
Smyth, A.R. 2006. Two Marshes, One Problem: The effects of sea level rise on tidal freshwater marshes. Undergraduate Honors Thesis. The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA. Highest Honors.
Technical Reports:
Kellogg, M.L, M.W. Luckenbach, B. L. Brown, R. H. Carmichael, J. C. Cornwell, M. F. Piehler, M.S. Owens, D. J. Dalrymple, C.B. Higgins, A.R. Smyth. 2013. Quantifying nitrogen removal by oysters. NOAA Chesapeake Bay Office.
Ensign, S.H, M.F. Piehler, M.W. Doyle, A.R. Smyth. 2007. Effects of tidal flow on riparian zone hydraulics and nitrogen dynamics: implications for nutrient management in coastal creeks. North Carolina: Water Resources Research Institute of the University of North Carolina. Report 383. http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/resolver/1840.4/4113
Other Media
Ward, T., 2016. Is Oyster Aquaculture Good for the Bay? 5 Questions for Dr. Ashley Smyth. Huffington Post. Retrieved 3 February 2016. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/tim-ward/is-oyster-aquaculture-good_b_9139960.html
Rochman, C., S. Kross, M. Bogan, E. Darling, S. Green, D. Verissimo A.R. Smyth, J. Armstrong. 2015. Scientific evidence supports a ban on microbeads. Policy Brief. Society of Conservation Biology. Retrieved from: http://conbio.org/images/content_policy/03.24.15_Microbead_Brief_Statement.pdf
Smyth, A.R.. 2015. Location matters for oyster reef ecosystem services. The Applied Ecologist. Contributed post. Retrieved from: https://jappliedecologyblog.wordpress.com/2015/05/20/location-matters-for-oyster-reef-ecosystem-services/
PRESENTATIONS
Invited Seminars:
Invited Seminar, U.S. State Department, Washington, D.C. (2016)

Invited Seminar, UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of Marine Science (2016)

Invited Seminar, UNC-Chapel Hill, Curriculum for the Environment and Ecology (2015)

Invited Seminar, University of Delaware (2015)

Invited Seminar, VIMS Postdoc Symposium (2015)

Invited Seminar, Longwood University (2015)

Invited Seminar, Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland (2014)

Invited Seminar, Virginia Commonwealth University (2013)

Invited Seminar, Virginia Institute of Marine Science (2013)

Invited Seminar, The University of North Carolina-Charlotte (2013)



Invited Seminar, The University of North Carolina, Institute of Marine Science (2012)
Professional Societies And Conferences
Smyth, A.R., E. French*, B. Song, K.A. Moore. March 2016. “A tale of two species: Sediment nitrogen dynamics and microbial ecology of eelgrass and widgeongrass meadows.” The Benthic Ecology Meeting. Portland, ME (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., M.F. Piehler, W.S Gardner, M.J. McCarthy, J. Hendrickson. November 2015. “A shallow subtropical lake modulates nutrient loading to a eutrophic estuary.” Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation. Portland, OR (Oral Presentation).
Lunstrum, A.*, K.J. McGlathery, A.R. Smyth,. November 2015. “Nutrient bioextraction via harvest, denitrification and burial at an off-bottom oyster aquaculture farm.” Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation. Portland, OR (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., M.F. Piehler, J.H. Grabowski. August 2015. “Not just a culinary delicacy: Interactions between oysters and sediment nitrogen dynamics.” Ecological Society of America. Baltimore, MD (Invited Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., M.F. Piehler, J.H. Grabowski, I.C. Anderson. August 2015. “Oyster aquaculture and the environment: Is it a win-win?” International Congress on Conservation Biology. Montpellier, France (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., A.E. Murphy*, K. Hudson, B. Song, I.C. Anderson. March 2015. “Examining water quality benefits of oyster aquaculture.” National Shellfisheries Association. Monterey, CA (Invited Oral Presentation).
Lunstrum, A,*, A.R. Smyth, K.J. McGlathery. March 2015. Increased sediment denitrification at an off-bottom oyster aquaculture site in Chesapeake Bay.” National Shellfisheries Association. Monterey, CA (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., A.E. Murphy*, B. Song, I.C. Anderson. February 2015. “Oyster Reefs: A denitrification hot spot in estuarine ecosystems.” Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography. Granada, Spain. (Invited Oral Presentation).
Kellogg, M.L, A.R. Smyth, M.W. Luckenbach, R. H. Carmichael, B. L. Brown, J. C. Cornwell, M. F. Piehler, M.S. Owens, D. J. Dalrymple, C.B. Higgins. December 2014. “Use of oysters to mitigate eutrophication in coastal waters.” International Conference on Shellfish Restoration: Restoration in an Ever-Changing World. Charleston, SC (Oral Presentation).
Piehler, M.F., Smyth, A.R., Grabowski, J.H., Byers, J., Hughes, A.R., Kimbro, D. May 2014. “Assessing the effects of predators and geographic location on oyster reef sediment denitrification.” Joint Aquatic Science Meeting. Portland, OR (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., M.F. Piehler, J.H. Grabowski. November 2013. “Habitat setting influences oyster-mediated denitrification.” Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation. San Diego, CA (Oral Presentation).
Murphy, A.E*. I.C. Anderson, M. Bartoli, D. Nizolli, A.R. Smyth, M.W. Luckenbach. November 2013. “Biogeochemical responses to clam aquaculture: Sacca di Goro, Italy and Virginia, US.” Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation. San Diego, CA (Oral Presentation).
Grabowski, J.H., R.D. Brumbaugh, R. Conrad, A.G. Keeler, J. Opaluch, C.H. Peterson, M.F. Piehler, S.P. Powers, A.R. Smyth. March 2013. “Economic valuation of ecosystem services provided by oyster reefs.” The Benthic Ecology Meeting, Savannah, GA (Oral Presentation)
Smyth, A.R., N.R. Geraldi, M.F. Piehler. October 2012. “Ecosystem engineers and ecosystem services.” Marine Science Graduate Student Symposium. Morehead City, NC (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R. May 2012. “Can oyster restoration improve water quality in North Carolina?” Graduate Education Day, North Carolina State Legislature, Raleigh, NC (Poster Presentation).
Smyth, A.R. March 2012. “Improving water quality in North Carolina through oyster reef restoration.” University Research Day, The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill, NC (Poster Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., N.R. Geraldi, M. F. Piehler. November 2011. “Biotic and abiotic contributions to oyster-enhanced sediment denitrification.” Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation. Daytona Beach, FL. (Oral Presentation).
Piehler, M.P., A.R. Smyth, J.H. Grabowski. November 2011. “Quantifying and evaluating habitat-specific nitrogen removal in estuaries.” Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation. Daytona Beach, FL. (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., S. P. Thompson, K.N. Siporin*, W. S. Gardner, M. F. Piehler. May 2011. “Contributions of individual habitats to whole ecosystem nitrogen removal in shallow-water coastal systems.” 11th International Estuarine Biogeochemistry Symposium. Atlantic Beach, NC. (Poster Presentation).
Higgins, C.B., K. Stephenson, C.R. Tobias, M.F. Piehler, A.R. Smyth, R. Dame, B.B. Brown. May 2011. “Quantifying nutrient removal through oyster, Crassostrea virginica aquaculture in Chesapeake Bay, USA.” North American Benthological Society. Providence, RI. (Oral Presentation).
Elsey-Quirk, T., A. R. Smyth, M. F. Piehler, B. P. Horton, J. Mead, D. J. Velinsky. March 2011.“Denitrificaiton in an urban tidal fresh water wetland of Delaware Bay.” South Atlantic and Mid-Atlantic Chapters of the Society of Wetland Scientists Joint Meeting. Reston, MD. (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., M.F. Piehler, J.H. Grabowski. February 2011. “Location, Location, Location:

Landscape position influences oyster reef nitrogen dynamics.” Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography. San Juan, Puerto Rico. (Oral Presentation).


Higgins, C.B., M.F. Piehler, A.R. Smyth, C.R. Tobias, B.B. Brown. June 2010. “Effect of oyster biodeposition (Crassostrea virginica) on sediment denitrification and anammox: Rates in Chesapeake Bay using 15N Tracer and N2 flux measurements.” Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography. Santa Fe, NM. (Oral Presentation).
Piehler, M.F., R.R. Christian, A.R. Smyth, L.M. Stephenson*, M.J. McCarthy, W.S. Gardner. June 2010. “Shallow lakes meet Facebook: Visualizing shallow lake nitrogen cycling using social network analysis.” Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography. Santa Fe, NM. (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., N.R. Geraldi, M. F. Piehler. March 2010. “Considering the net effects of oysters on estuarine nitrogen cycling.” Benthic Ecology Meeting. Wilmington, NC. (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R., S. P. Thompson, W. S. Gardner, M. J. McCarthy, M. F. Piehler. November 2009. “Oysters modify estuarine nitrogen cycling.” Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation. Portland, OR. (Oral Presentation).
Piehler, M.F., I. Anderson, A.R. Smyth, R. Schwartz, M. Brush, C. Currin. November 2009. “Denitrification and Disturbance: Resilience through the estuarine gradient.” Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation. Portland, OR. (Oral Presentation).
Piehler, M.F., A.R. Smyth, S.H. Ensign. June 2009. "Habitat specific rates of denitrification within the estuarine continuum." Society of Wetland Scientists Annual Meeting. Madison, WI. (Oral Presentation).
Piehler, M.F., A.R. Smyth, S.P. Thompson. June 2008. “Impacts of ecosystem engineers on estuarine nitrogen cycling.” American Society of Limnology and Oceanography Summer Meeting. St Johns NS, Canada. (Oral Presentation).
Piehler, M.F., A.R. Smyth, S.P. Thompson. November 2007. “Denitrification and sediment nutrient fluxes in shallow water estuarine habitats.” Estuarine Research Federation Meeting. Providence, RI. (Oral Presentation).
Smyth, A.R, J. Hester, A. Kitto, E. Newland, E. Poarch, Z.F. Williams, R.T. Noble, C.H. Peterson, M.F. Piehler. March 2007. "Armoring the Estuary: The effects of bulkheads on salt marsh habitats." Southeastern Estuarine Research Society Meeting. Pine Knoll Shores, NC. (Poster Presentation).
Smyth, A.R, D. Velinsky, S. Ensign, M. Piehler, M. Vile. October 2006. "Two marshes, one problem: the effects of sea level rise on tidal freshwater marshes." Southeastern Estuarine Research Society Meeting. Savannah, GA. (Poster Presentation).
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Instructor, The Human Footprint on Coastal Ecosystems, William & Mary (Spring 2015)

Invited instructed discussing concepts of conservation science and sustainability


Instructor, Microbial Ecology, Virginia Institute of Marine Science (Spring 2014)

Invited instructor addressing the chemical and biological components of the marine nitrogen cycle


Teaching Fellow, Human Impacts on Estuarine Processes, UNC-Chapel Hill (Fall 2012)

Developed a module on nitrogen cycling in structured habitats. Lectures included topics on biogeochemistry, food web dynamics and microbial ecology. Students participated in a field component used to reinforce concepts introduced in lecture.


Graduate Research Consultant, Estuarine Processes, UNC-Chapel Hill (Fall 2009, 2010)

Responsible for the development and execution of student research projects. Students developed skills in the experimental design, field and laboratory methods, data analysis and presentation.


Graduate Research Consultant, North Carolina Estuaries, UNC-Chapel Hill (May 2009, 2010)

Instructed students during a field-based Maymester source on issues related to water quality in North Carolina. Helped students design and execute independent research based on their interests.


Instructor, Human Impacts on Estuarine Process, UNC-Chapel Hill (Fall 2008)

Invited instructor covering estuarine biogeochemistry


Instructor, AP Environmental Science, West Carteret High School (Fall 2008)

Invited instructor for classes on estuarine ecosystems


Teaching Assistant, The Marine Environment, UNC-Chapel Hill (Spring 2008)

Responsible for review sessions and grading of written assignments


Teaching Assistant, Estuarine Processes, UNC-Chapel Hill (Fall 2007)

Responsible for field experience component, preparation of recitation lectures and a laboratory component demonstrating concepts of modeling using MATLAB


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2015-2016 VIMS Postdoc Committee, Chair Professional Development Committee

2015-2016 VIMS Seminar Committee, Co-Chair with Dr. Rochelle Seitz

2015 Virginia Sea Grant Symposium Participant, Integration in Action, Proposal Reviewer-Hudson River Foundation, Proposal Reviewer-WHOI Sea Grant, RI Sea Grant.

2014-present Reviews Editor: Frontiers In Marine Science

2013-present Post-doctoral Representative, VIMS Post-doctoral Program Committee, VIMS Marine Science Day Volunteer

2012 Graduate Education Day, North Carolina State Legislature

2009-2012 IMS Student Representative for Marine Science Graduate Action Group

2007-2009 Recruiter for UNC Institute of the Environment-Morehead City Field Site


Journal Reviewer (Last 5 years): Journal of Environmental Quality; Estuaries and Coasts; Marine Ecology Progress Series; Limnology and Oceanography; Biogeochemistry; Aquaculture; Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science; ICES Marine Science; Aquacultural Engineering; Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology
PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation (CERF)

American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO)

Ecological Society of America (ESA)

Society of Conservation Biology (SCB-Lifetime Member)


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT TRAININGS
Filmmaking for Scientists (Barrelmaker Productions, April 2014)

Leadership (Society of Conservation Biology, October 2014)

Facilitation (Dovetail Consulting Group, January 2015)

Storytelling and Communication (Intermedia Communication, October 2015)

Media Training (Intermedia Communication, January 2016)

Policy for Scientists (Society of Conservation Biology, January 2016)

Science Communication (COMPASS, April 2016)
COLLABORATORS
Undergraduate Students Mentored

Laura Stephenson, undergraduate research assistant, UNC (2008-2009)

Kaylyn Sipporin, undergraduate research assistant, UNC (2009-2010)

Jeremy Pivor, undergraduate research assistant, REU, UNC (2011)

Kathryn Meyer, undergraduate research assistant, REU, UNC (2012)

Yishen Li, undergraduate research assistant, REU, VIMS (2014)

Jennifer Fredley, undergraduate research assistant, REU, VIMS (2014)

Nathan Hua, undergraduate research assistant, REU, VIMS (2015)

Daniel Inglese, undergraduate Capstone student, UC- Santa Cruz (2016)

Stephanie Douglas, undergraduate Capstone student, UC- Santa Cruz (2016)


Collaborators

Jonathan Grabowski, Northeastern University; Nathan Geraldi, Queens University at Belfast;

Karen McGlathery, University of Virginia; David Velinsky, Drexel University; Wayne Gardner, University of Texas-Marine Science Institute; Mark McCarthy, Wright State University; Robert Christian, East Carolina University; Kenneth Moore, Virginia Institute of Marine Science; Chelsea Rochman, University of California-Davis; Emily Darling, Wildlife Conservation Society; Stephanie Green, Oregon State University; Brent Hughes, University of California-Santa Cruz
Graduate Advisor and Post-doctoral Mentors

PhD: Dr. Michael Piehler, Department of Marine Sciences, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Institute of Marine Science

Postdoc: Dr. Iris C. Anderson, Department of Biological Sciences, Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Dr. Bongkeun Song, Department of Biological Sciences, Virginia Institute of Marine Science



Postdoc: Dr. Amy Burgin, Kansas Biological Survey, University of Kansas

Dr. Terry Loecke, Kansas Biological Survey, University of Kansas


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