Talk:Wells Gray-Clearwater volcanic field

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August 19, 2008Good article nomineeListed
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The Wells Gray-Clearwater Volcanic Field is one of the top 10 volcanic areas in Canada with recent seismic activity, the others include: Castle Rock, Mount Edziza, Mount Cayley, Hoodoo Mountain, Lava Fork Valley, Crow Lagoon, Mount Silverthrone, Mount Meager and Mount Garibaldi.

Just for consistency, could you adjust that so that the equivalent "fields" are paralleled, rather than individiual mountains; I realize that makes four of them all one Volcanic Field (Garibaldi, or Arc or Belt or whatever it is); the idea is to pivot off the word "area"; Meager is not an area, it's a mountain; likewise the others. Just a question of language/structure.Skookum1 23:09, 18 March 2007 (UTC)

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Nice intro: clear, concise and to the point. Lead paragraph is well referenced and contains sufficient internal links. The geology section is likewise: all points are referenced, it is free from gramatical errors, there is great use of images and a diagram. The information about current volcanic activity in the area is both interesting and informative. The section on monitoring is also good. The list of notable vents is a useful addition, as it leads the reader to other articles related to the subject. Well categorized. All-in-all, this is an excellent article and meets all of the Good Article criteria. J.T Pearson 08:24, 19 August 2008 (UTC)