Wikipedia:WikiProject Hawaii/Northwestern Hawaiian Islands task force
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Welcome to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands task force. SeanMD80 is the lead coordinator.
The scope of this task force covers:
- The article Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
- All ten of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands: French Frigate Shoals, Gardner Pinnacles, Kure Atoll, Laysan, Lisianski Island, Maro Reef, Midway Atoll, Necker Island, Nihoa, Pearl and Hermes Atoll.
- The article Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument
- Maintain the List of species of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
- The articles Max Schlemmer and Tanager Expedition.
|Northwestern Hawaiian Islands articles by quality and importance|
|WikiWork factors (?)||ω =209||Ω = 4.75|
Temporary page for detailed comments: Wikipedia:WikiProject Hawaii/Assessment/NWHI
|Pritchardia remota ||Mid||March 27, 2008||Start||Status: Expansion in progress... —Viriditas | Talk 09:17, 7 April 2008 (UTC) (edit comment)|
|Hawaiian Islands National Wildlife Refuge ||High||March 27, 2008||Stub|
|Nihoa Millerbird ||High||March 27, 2008||Stub||Needs to be expanded to the quality and structure of Laysan Finch. As such, needs a description, range and behavior, and conservation sections. SeanMD80talk | contribs 03:10, 23 March 2008 (UTC) (edit comment)|
|Gardner Pinnacles ||Mid||March 27, 2008||Stub||Needs to be broken up into sections. One section with info on geography/geology, one section for history (though by nature not as prolific as some of the other NWHI), on for ecology. SeanMD80talk | contribs 02:42, 23 March 2008 (UTC) (edit comment)|
|Maro Reef ||Mid||March 27, 2008||Stub||Of all the NWHI, Maro Reef is the most looked-over and ignored in terms of sources and documentation, so we have to take what we can get. Ostensibly should have a history, geology, and ecology section just like the others, but its a coral reef, not really an island. If need be, geology and ecology sections will be one. SeanMD80talk | contribs 03:05, 23 March 2008 (UTC) (edit comment)|
|Nihoa Carnation ||Mid||March 27, 2008||Stub|
|Nihoa Conehead Katydid ||Mid||March 27, 2008||Stub|
|Nihoa trapdoor spider ||Mid||March 27, 2008||Stub|
|Tanager Expedition ||Mid||March 27, 2008||Stub|
|Thaumatogryllus conanti ||Mid||March 27, 2008||Stub|
|Sesbania tomentosa ||March 27, 2008||Stub|
|See also: assessed article categories.||Last update: March 30, 2008|
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Compared to finding textual info, finding photos for these articles is a breeze. Since most of the people that go to the NWHI are government-employed, the photos that they take are free-for-use. Just search google, and as long as it is clear that a USFWS or NOAA, or perhaps USGS employee took the photo, you can upload it.
Additionally, Kim and Forest Starr have released all of their photos under the CC-Att. 3.0 license.
WikiProject Hawaii/Northwestern Hawaiian Islands task force is one of the United States WikiProjects.