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== Help and advice appreciated ==
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Good morning,
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This article on environmental geography is my first foray into Citizendium.  I intend it as a general reference to be supplemented with links into the sub-topics and areas within the discipline, several of which I am working on simultaneously. 
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Currently, the article is fairly ugly and I will continue to revise it to bring it up to standard.  I would appreciate help and comments from all readers to help me learn how to do this, particularly those people familiar with Citizendium standards and procedures.
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Thank you,
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[[User:Johanna Haas|Johanna Haas]] 10:50, 13 November 2007 (CST)

Revision as of 16:50, 13 November 2007


Article Checklist for "Environmental geography"
Workgroup category or categories Geography Workgroup [Editors asked to check categories]
Article status Stub: no more than a few sentences
Underlinked article? Not specified
Basic cleanup done? No
Checklist last edited by Johanna Haas 07:46, 13 November 2007 (CST)

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Help and advice appreciated

Good morning,

This article on environmental geography is my first foray into Citizendium. I intend it as a general reference to be supplemented with links into the sub-topics and areas within the discipline, several of which I am working on simultaneously.

Currently, the article is fairly ugly and I will continue to revise it to bring it up to standard. I would appreciate help and comments from all readers to help me learn how to do this, particularly those people familiar with Citizendium standards and procedures.

Thank you,

Johanna Haas 10:50, 13 November 2007 (CST)