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Seamounts and their info box
I gather that seamounts are now part of WP volcanoes, I might be wrong, but anyway the infobox for seamounts doesn't seem to work the same way that infobox mountain does - particularly the map seems to fail if you change the infobox from mountain to seamount - not quite sure why.
I spotted this while trying to add a map image to Taney Seamounts which seems to work now (as I've just used infobox mountain there for the moment) - anyone with template skills might want to look. also incidentally the article above is an orphan - so if you want to deorphan it that's cool too. EdwardLane (talk) 13:15, 25 February 2016 (UTC)
Large expansion to the Mount Adams (Washington) article
Hi, I have worked up a large re-work/expansion of the Mount Adams (Washington) article on my user subpage. I reworked several sections, expanded other sections, and added a few new sections. In the process I also corrected some inaccurate or outdated information. I took ideas from the various pages of the other Cascade mountains and incorporated them into my re-work. All of the additional material I have incorporated has been taken from what I believe are reliable sources as I can personally vouch for a lot of the information they provide.
I would like your input on what you think I should do in terms of incorporating my re-work into the Mount Adams (Washington) article. You can view my re-work on my user subpage, located here. I have also posted on the Mountains Wikiproject as well. I would like to get as much input as possible before I do anything. Thanks, Nedst3r (talk) 05:10, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
- One tiny suggestion: Leave a inline citation at the end of every paragraph. As I was informed when working on other volcano articles, it's not immediately obvious otherwise what the source is otherwise.Jo-Jo Eumerus (talk, contributions) 08:36, 26 February 2016 (UTC)
- OK, thanks for the suggestion. I think most all have citations unless it falls under general knowledge, but I'll double check before I do anything.
- Okay, I have copied my rework into the Mount Adams (Washington) article. Have at it. Nedst3r (talk) 19:05, 2 April 2016 (UTC)
Laguna del Maule
Greetings, I've lately been writing up a rewrite for Laguna del Maule (volcano) and came up with User:Jo-Jo Eumerus/Laguna del Maule volcano. I'll do a copyedit tomorrow on it but one issue that has been on my mind is how much information to include from "Laguna del Maule Volcanic Field, Eruptive history of a Quaternary basalt-to-rhyolite distributed volcanic field on the Andean rangecrest in central Chile" - it's a very detailed description of this field including some volcanoes most sources don't consider part of LdM, so I was wondering about how much of that to include.Jo-Jo Eumerus (talk, contributions) 22:46, 12 July 2016 (UTC)