User talk:Silvereagle2150

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Hi Silvereagle2150 -- welcome to SourceWatch/CoalSwarm -- I just added some citation tags to your additions to the articles on Pleasants Power Station, John Amos Plant and Bruce Mansfield Power Station (and the same may apply to the earlier pages you have done too). We ask editors to add full references to each key point in an article -- in this way a skeptical reader can go directly to a credible primary or secondary source and check the information or find out more. It add credibility to the page and increases the likelihood that it will be cited by readers. See Help:References for more details on how to do it. On some of the dates I have added a citation tag for each bullet point -- it may be that there is one reference which is the source for a number of points -- there is a way of doing this without repeating the full reference each time. (If you could indicate where a source is used for a number of points in the one section I'll show you how to handle repeat citations on the first page that you do. And if you have any other queries, please feel free to drop me a line by posting a note to User talk:Bob Burton. With thanks --Bob Burton 15:15, 17 February 2009 (EST)

Note on formatting

Hi again -- I have made some tweaks to the Eddystone page so you can see our normal formatting style. If you click here you can see the changes I have made. For the pages you have already done -- as with the other existing pages on power stations by other editors the data source on the pollutants is roughly there (I hadn't realised that the refs weren't in the right place but at least there is a source there -- so we might be able to get a bot to go through and sort it out). But adding the full refs on the news sources for the recent pages and adding the data sources on further pages you would would be appreciated. with thanks --Bob Burton 20:38, 17 February 2009 (EST)

Mitchell Plant and Kammer Plant

Saw your note about merging these two plant pages. It's interesting that they share the same site, so really they are two units of the same overall power plant, right? Normally they'd be called Mitchell Unit 1 and Unit 2, or Kammer Unit 1 and Unit 2. What do you think about keeping them as separate pages but reference them to each other? That way, people will find the articles whether they search for "Mitchell" or for "Kammer." Interested in your thoughts. Thanks -- --Tednace 13:16, 18 February 2009 (EST)

re references

Hi - thats fine -- and thanks for your additions.--Bob Burton 15:00, 20 February 2009 (EST)

duplicate angle brackets

Hi - noticed that some of the footnotes have an extraneous right angle bracket. Started deleting them but realized you were actively editing the page.--Tednace 11:36, 3 March 2009 (EST)