Wikipedia:WikiProject UK geography/Assessment

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How to assess articles[edit]

To assess an article, add |class= and |importance= to the WikiProject banner on the article's talk page to get this:

{{WPUKgeo|class=|importance=}}

To assess the quality of the article, add either stub, start, C, B, GA, A, FA or List after class=.

Example:
{{WPUKgeo|class=GA|importance=}}

To assess the importance of the article, add low, mid, high, or top after importance=.

Example:
{{WPUKgeo|class=GA|importance=high}}
The following is a list of parameters for different quality ratings and importance ratings
Featured article FA
Featured list FL
A-Class article A
GA
B
C
Start
Stub
List
Needed

The following values may be used for the class parameter to describe the quality of the article:

Top
High
Mid
Low
???

The following values may be used for importance assessments:

Quality scale[edit]

WikiProject article quality grading scheme

Importance scale[edit]

Importance Type of article Examples
Top Articles that are central to WikiProject UK geography, Constituent countries
Capital cities
Major motorways and rivers
Highest mountain
United Kingdom, England
Belfast
River Thames, M1
Ben Nevis
High Settlements, typically cities or boroughs, with a population in excess of 100,000
Counties; unitary authority areas
Regions of England
Nationally significant buildings
Large rivers and primary roads, canals and railways
World Heritage sites
Major landmarks and/or areas
National Parks
Seas, channels, firths, major estuaries, major lakes and other large bodies of water
National Trails and Long Distance Routes
Mountain ranges, mountains with a relative height of over 900 metres (3,000 ft)
Manchester, Peterborough
Norfolk, BANES
South West England
Buckingham Palace
West Coast Main Line
Durham Castle and Cathedral
Mourne Mountains
St Kilda
Irish Sea, Windermere
South West Coast Path
Pennines
Mid Settlements, typically towns, with a population in excess of 10,000 but less than 100,000
Local government districts other than unitary authority areas
Grade I listed buildings and Scheduled Ancient Monuments
Sites of Special Scientific Interest
Less important roads, rivers, canals and railways
AONBs, National Scenic Areas
Bays, inlets, small lakes and reservoirs
Long-distance footpaths of 50 kilometres (31 mi) or more
Munros and Marilyns with a relative height above about 150 metres (490 ft)
Bridgwater, Huntingdon, Stamford
Huntingdonshire
Thorpe Hall
Mendip Hills
A4, River Avon, Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal
Flat Holm, Caenlochan
Ulley Reservoir, Bridgwater Bay
Great Glen Way
Helvellyn
Low Settlements, typically villages, with a population of less than 10,000
Civil and ecclesiastical parishes
Grade II* & II listed buildings
National Nature Reserves
Minor areas
Minor streams, roads, canals and railways
Local footpaths and cycle routes
Hills below 150 metres (490 ft)
Chew Stoke
Carlton
Odd Rode
Broadcasting House
Glen Roy
Highbury
River Ericht, Nant-y-Ffrith
Great Eastern Pingo Trail
Ham Hill
None Unassessed, importance still to be determined