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The formatting of a page is controlled by including a template code at the beginning of text. These template codes are not visible in the displayed page, but affect color, add information boxes, and automatically add categories to a page. You get to see a list of these codes every time you edit a page.

Human Systems Pages

The following templates are used for pages that describe people and thier activities:

  • {{workgroup}} - pages that describe a group of people who work together over time for a shared goal.
  • {{effort}} - an action of a workgroup, such as programmatic activity, capital projects, or stewardship
  • {{topic}} - a description of some subject or topic that presents evidence and theories
  • {{resource}} - a tool, technology, or information resource that could be useful to others
  • {{document}} - a description of a publication, either uploaded and on-wiki, or linked to and off-wiki
  • {{place}} - description of a location in the landscape that does not conform to our ecosystem framework

Ecosystem Pages

The following templates are used for pages that describe a standard ecosystem unit:

  • {{headwatersite}} - a watershed management unita watershed containing the whole of a tributary to one of the large rivers, following State Ecology's Watershed Characterization Project in the highland portions of Puget Sound.
  • {{watershedsite}} - a watershed management unita watershed containing the whole of a tributary to one of the large rivers, following State Ecology's Watershed Characterization Project tributary to a floodplain, or a coastal shoreline or inlet process unitan embayment landform, commonly a drowned stream valley, and the watershed providing freshwater inputs watershed.
  • {{floodplainsite}} - a floodplain unit with divisions generally based on local planning.
  • {{deltasite}} - a delta process unita delta landform including surrounding shallow water, uplands and the extent of tidal influence, including the watershed providing freshwater inputs assocaited with a major river mouth
  • {{embaymentsite}} - a coastal inlet or barrier-type embaymentan embayment formed in part by a barrier beach along the shoreline
  • {{beachsite}} - a shoreline process unita coastal watershed that encompasses a single contiguous beach system, following the Nearshore Project including bluff-backed beacha beach backed by a bluff, indicating opportunity for waves to recruit sediment
  • {{headlandsite}} - a shoreline process unita coastal watershed that encompasses a single contiguous beach system, following the Nearshore Project dominated by rocky shoreline landforms