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Other classes[edit]

I know this prolly has been asked a lot, but I was wondering that with a project, is there a way to add our other classes such as List, Image, etc to our assessment. I work with the Illinois Project, and on our Assessment Page we have that list off to the right. Is there a way currently for us to add the other classes to this list so that we can keep track of them better and know what we have. If there isn't, is this something that could be created? I am sure there are other projects that would be interested in knowing this, so any help in this matter would be much appreciated. Thank you!--Kranar drogin 02:01, 14 September 2007 (UTC)

There is a new bot (User:Erwin85Bot) that counts any category you wish, with the right codes. I use it to create the following page: {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Aviation/Maintenance/Assessment}}
Article
class
Project
Aviation Aircraft Airlines Airports Military
Aviation
Aviation
accident
Rotorcraft Gliding Defunct
Airlines
Air sports Biography Aero
engine
Featured article FA 124 15 0 3 148 12 0 1 0 1 69 3
Featured list FL 5 0 2 1 8 1 0 0 2 1 3 0
A-Class article A 23 12 1 0 86 0 3 0 0 1 29 0
GA 150 111 29 46 353 50 0 6 13 1 94 0
B 783 2,033 50 317 2,117 385 120 167 54 71 305 126
C 2805 5,762 176 1,772 3,846 466 327 591 101 503 615 527
Start 10811 3,652 883 2,942 10,167 401 321 318 692 210 1,856 672
Stub 17340 1,737 1,620 9,766 4,584 379 128 50 599 244 1,466 79
List 1579 433 721 608 501 133 24 12 50 9 98 9
Template 1260 942 205 302 237 116 26 10 6 95 16 116
Category 6053 3,818 700 1,084 866 592 80 100 422 55 230 181
Disambig 511 25 28 496 40 20 1 1 1 1 1 1
File 250 134 71 15 59 6 6 1 7 0 11 140
Portal 632 36 1 1 2 4 0 0 1 0 20 0
Project 45 7 9 5 3 5 1 2 1 1 1 7
Unassessed 185 4 6 74 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 1
Total 64,188 18,887 4,637 17,885 24,316 2,614 1,058 1,262 1,976 1,201 5,086 1,880

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I also use it to create a multitude of maintenance pages, see:Wikipedia:WikiProject Aviation/Maintenance. - Trevor MacInnis (Contribs) 02:25, 22 November 2007 (UTC)

Test welcome to soil project[edit]

Hello, Paleorthid/Sandbox, and welcome to the Soil WikiProject! I hope you will be happy helping here. You should begin by reading these pages: help, policies and guidelines, and how to write better articles. If you want some ideas of which pages to work on, read the project to to do list or the worklist.

Even though it is a good idea to research an article (like looking at the discussion page) before making large changes, please be bold and try! Any changes you make that are not perfect can be fixed later. We are also working most on soil science stubs, and creating new articles from a list of new soil science articles needed.

If you want to ask a question or talk with other members, you can visit the "village pump" at Wikipedia:Village pump. Administrators on Wikipedia can also help you with more difficult problems. You can also ask me for help. The best way to do that is to leave a message on my talk page. You should always sign your messages on Talk pages by typing "~~~~" (four tildes) at the end of your words.

Good luck and happy editing!

State Soil[edit]

San Joaquin is an officially designated state symbol, the State Soil of California.

The California Central Valley has more than 500,000 acres of San Joaquin soils, named for the south end of that valley. This series is the oldest continuously recognized soil series within the State. It is one of California's Benchmark Soils, and a soil profile of it is displayed in the International Soil Reference and Information Centre's World Soil Museum.

The San Joaquin series became the Official State Soil on August 20 1997,[1] the result of efforts by students and teachers from Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School in Madera, natural resource professionals, the Professional Soil Scientists Association of California, legislators, and various state universities.

These soils are used for irrigated crops, such as wheat, rice, figs, almonds, orangess, and grapes, and for pasture and urban development. San Joaquin soils formed in old alluvium on hummocky topography. A cemented hardpan a few feet beneath the surface restricts roots and water percolation.[2]

San Joaquin soils are classified in USDA soil taxonomy as fine, mixed, active, thermic Abruptic Durixeralfs [3]

San Joaquin Soil Profile[edit]

  • Surface layer: brown loam
  • Subsoil - upper: brown loam
  • Subsoil - lower: brown clay
  • Substratum: light brown and brown, indurated duripan with 70 to 90 percent silica-sesquioxide cementation

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "San Joaquin: The California State Soil". Professional Soil Science Association of California. Retrieved 2006-11-11. 
  2. ^ "San Joaquin - California State Soil" (PDF). USDA - NRCS. Retrieved 2006-11-11. 
  3. ^ Soil Survey Staff. "Official Soil Series Descriptions". USDA - NRCS. Retrieved 2006-11-11. 

{{California-geo-stub}} {{soil-sci-stub}} Category:Pedology

Link recycling[edit]

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In X, Y means Z[edit]

In X , Y means/describes/occurs/is/refers_to Z:

  1. On a glacier, the accumulation zone is
  2. On a glacier, the zone of ablation occurs
  3. In geography, aspect (geography) generally refers to
  4. In agriculture, a terrace (agriculture) is
  5. In rock climbing or ice climbing, a pitch is
  6. In the physical sciences, non-life is
  7. In biology a relict is ... In geology a relict is
  8. In biology the term type locality (biology) is used to refer to
  9. In some natural sciences, type locality (geology) is ... It is most commonly used in geology for ...
  10. In soil science, bulk soil is

Y, in X, means/describes/occurs/is/refers_to Z |is_a_term_used_in:

  1. Parent material, in soil science, is
  2. Confluence (geography), in geography, describes
  3. A reach in geography is
  4. A thalweg in geology is
  5. Respiration (dab) is a term used in both

Other:

  1. The Plasticity index (often abbreviated as PI) is a numerical measure of the plasticity of a soil.
  2. A topographical summit (topography) is.. Colloquially, a summit generally refers to ...

Wikipedia is not a bibliography[edit]

WP:NOT >> Listcruft --- bibliography/reference bloat/spam/masquerade -- trivial

-- orgy of references -- A muddle of true sources and further reading -- Examples:

base condition or process of degradation[edit]

soil and waste treatment[edit]

Soil biota generally runs on oxygen. Not coincidentally, so do most waste treatment processes. A healthy soil can recycle most any waste material that passes by it. Soil biota, especially bacteria, feed on oxygen demanding constituents in the waste and consume organic matter of any kind. Clay particles in the soil act as electrostatic filters capable of adsorbing and detaining virus pathogens. The soil also chemically locks up chemicals like phospates.

Fallacies[edit]

Pretty tables[edit]

Prettytable example
Foo Bar Baz Quux
100 Cake Monster in the closet NO!
Wikipedia ^______^ Darth Vader 42
Moo 1.618033989 Pay your bills Bach

Soil profile info[edit]

UALS copyrighted gif

CSU gif unspecified copyright

USDA pdf w soil profile graphic, horizons designated

soil profile lesson from NRCS

soil profile description

test area[edit]

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Registered users can sign their posts by clicking the signature icon that appears on your editing toolbar.

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OR THIS:
== Request for edit summary ==
Hi. Just a tip. It is good to use an edit summary (and a relevant one) when you contribute. For example the summary of this edit was a bit misleading, referring to a previous section. Just thought I would let you know. :) Thanks.

Professional engineer[edit]

Licensing controversy[edit]

Population[edit]

  • Currently over 2 million practicing engineers in the USA [1] divided by 295,734,134 USA population [2] is over 0.68%
  • Current 1.45 million employed engineers [3] in the USA divided by 295,734,134 USA population is 0.49%
  • 1992 1.9 million total engineers in the USA divided by 240 million USA population is 0.79% [4]
  • Current 27,501 Professional Engineers licensed in New York State [5] divided by a population of 19,227,088 [6] is 0.14%

Note: For whatever reason the US Bureau of Labor statistics thinks there are far less than 2 million engineers. But the ratios of totals to apparent licensed to totals are still as wide as the New York stats infer.

VP actions[edit]

Tool bar[edit]

Article Tools[edit]

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DYK checklist[edit]

QPQ: None required.

Overall: Symbol confirmed.svg 3288 characters (547 words). My first ever DYK review: I visited the talk page and checked added article content. No issues identified, IMO this hook is ready to queue. Paleorthid (talk) 22:18, 19 February 2016 (UTC)

New DYK Nom[edit]

| article         = Friedrich Albert Fallou
|    article2     = 
| status          = moved
| ALT1            = ...that the founder of modern soil science, Friedrich Albert Fallou, was a lawyer and tax assessor who "studied soils as a hobby"?
| hook            = ...that the founder of modern soil science, Friedrich Albert Fallou, was a lawyer and tax assessor who studied soils as an independent scientist?
| author          = 
|    author2      = 
| image           = Friedrich_Albert_Fallou_1794_1877_German_Soil_Scientist.jpg
|    caption      = Fallou, Friedrich Albert. German. Founder of Modern Soil Science. Photo taken before his death in 1877
| comment         = 
  • This article was created in userspace from a translation of the German version.
  • It moved from draft article space to main space on February 16.
  • HOBBY: The phrase "...studied soils as a hobby" is verbatim in 2 sources, Asio 2005 originated it and the cited Alfred Hartemink source repeats it. That he "...studied soils as an independent scientist" is a better fit for the article.
| reviewed        =