ಟೆಂಪ್ಲೇಟು:Infobox terrestrial impact site

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Impact crater/structure
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This infobox documents a terrestrial impact site, an impact crater or impact structure on Earth (separate templates exist for impact sites on the moon and other planets).

Usage[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

Fields should generally be directly from the source, such as the Earth Impact Database or Impact Field Studies Group impact list. Wikilinks and expansion of abbreviations are acceptable.

Impact crater/structure theories which have been disproven or are considered to have low confidence should not use this infobox. Editors are encouraged to remove the infobox from disproven/unlikely crater theory pages immediately without waiting to ask for permission.

Example infobox[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

The following parameters can be used to create a terrestrial impact site infobox. Please remove any parameters that are not likely to be useful.

{{Infobox terrestrial impact site
| name = <!-- mandatory -->
| other_name = 
| photo = 
| photo_size = 
| photo_alt = 
| photo_caption = 
| map = 
| map_alt = 
| map_border =
| map_caption = 
| map_size = 
| location = 
| label =
| label_position = 
| lat_d = | lat_m = | lat_s = | lat_NS = 
| long_d = | long_m = | long_s = | long_EW = 
| coordinates = 
| coordinates_ref = 
| confidence = <!-- mandatory -->
| diameter =
| depth =
| age = 
| exposed =
| drilled =
| bolide =
| translation =
| language =
| pronunciation =
| topo = 
| access = 
| country = 
| state = 
| province =
| district = 
| municipality = 
}}

Parameter documentation[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

Field Description
name Name of the impact site. This field is required.
other_name Other name for the impact crater or structure if relatively well known. For example, Meteor Crater for Barringer Crater. Quotes can be used as normal to italicize or bold the text if desired.
photo Photograph of the crater or structure. Preferably this should be a distance or aerial shot to show most/all of the crater or structure rather than a view from within it. Do not include the "File:" prefix. If uploading a new image, please put them on Commons so they can be easily used by the other language Wikipedias. If the only image available is less than 300px wide, you can use the photo_size parameter to indicate its size.
photo_size Specify the width of the photo in pixels. For example photo_size = 200 with no "px". If no value is specified, the default width is 285 pixels. A standard horizontal photographic composition will generally display well at 285px. A standard vertical composition may need to be adjusted to 180 or 220 pixels.
photo_alt Alt text for the photo, primarily for visually impaired readers. See Wikipedia:Alternative text for images.
photo_caption Description of the photograph which is displayed below. Include the month and year if known.
map The name of a location map as per Template:Location map (e.g. Indonesia or Russia). The coordinate fields (e.g. lat_d and long_d) position a pushpin coordinate marker and label on the map automatically. Example see: Mount Everest
map_alt Alt text for the map, primarily for visually impaired readers. See Alt text for maps and diagrams.
map_border
map_caption Fill out if a map caption is desired. If not specified, location will be used.
map_size Must be entered as only a number—no need for px. The default value is 250.
location Province or state first, followed by country. For USA, the county is optional but if given, be provided before the state. If a pushpin map is being used, the location will be used for the map's caption unless the map_caption parameter is set.
label Label to be used for the impact crater or structure's location on the map. If not specified, the value of the 'name parameter is used.
label_position The position of the label on the pushpin map relative to the pushpin coordinate marker. Valid options are {left, right, top, bottom, none}. If this field is not specified, the default value is right.
lat_d Latitude degrees. Can also be used for decimal degrees
lat_m Latitude minutes.
lat_s If known latitude seconds.
lat_NS N for North; S for South.
long_d Longitude degrees.
long_m Longitude minutes.
long_s If known longitude seconds.
long_EW E for East; W for West.
coordinates The latitude and longitude of the summit using the {{coord}} template with display=inline,title. If the article uses a geolinks template in the external links section, do not use the display parameter. NOTE: If a push pin map is used, this field is ignored.
coordinates_ref For any references regarding the coordinates reported. <ref> </ref> tags must be used.
confidence If the reference is the Earth Impact Database then this field should be "confirmed". Otherwise, if from the Impact Field Studies Group impacts list, use the classification "confirmed", "most probable", "probable", or "possible". This should include a citation, such as from {{Cite Earth Impact DB}} (for confirmed impact sites) or {{Cite IFSG Impact DB}} (for impact sites under current research). Do not list impact theories which have no listing, or are listed as "improbable", "rejected" or "proposed". Even if you see a story in the news, give the scientists time to classify them. This field is required.
diameter Diameter of the impact crater or structure. Impact listings always use metric units. On Wikipedia, for the international audience, these listings should include a conversion to imperial units.
depth Depth of the impact crater, in metric units. This listing should include a conversion to imperial units.
age Age of the impact. Geologic time scales may be useful here.
exposed "Yes" if the impact crater or structure is exposed at the surface. "No" if not.
drilled "Yes" if the site has been drilled by geologists. "No" if not.
bolide The type of bolide (impactor), if known. Examples include "chondrite" or "iron". Use what the source says.
translation If the impact crater or structure name is not in English, the English translation.
language The language of the translation.
pronunciation Pronunciation of the name if not obvious.
topo The name of the topographic map showing the impact crater or structure. In Canada, this is usually the National Topographic System map number while for the USA, it's the map name from the USGS. For large structures, it is probably not worthwhile to list. This should not be included for buried structures (since they won't appear on the topo map.)
access The access route to the site.
country The country where the impact crater or structure is located.
state The state where the impact crater or structure is located. (This is mutually exclusive with province.)
province The province where the impact crater or structure is located. (This is mutually exclusive with state.)
district The district where the impact crater or structure is located.
municipality The municipality where the impact crater or structure is located.

General notes[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

  • The name and confidence fields are required. Optional fields will not display if not present in the template or do not have any value.

Examples[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

Example 1[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

Meteor Crater
Barringer Crater
Meteor Crater - Arizona.jpg
Meteor Crater, also known as Barringer Crater
Impact crater/structure
Confidence Confirmed[೧]
Diameter 1.186 kilometers (0.737 mi)
Age 50,000 years
Exposed Yes
Drilled Yes
Bolide type Iron meteorite
Location
Location Coconino County, Arizona
Coordinates 35°1′38″N 111°1′21″W / 35.02722°N 111.02250°W / 35.02722; -111.02250Coordinates: 35°1′38″N 111°1′21″W / 35.02722°N 111.02250°W / 35.02722; -111.02250
Country United States
State Arizona
Municipality
Designated November 1967
Meteor Crater is located in Arizona
Meteor Crater
Meteor Crater
Location of Meteor Crater in Arizona
Access Interstate 40
{{Infobox terrestrial impact site
| name = Meteor Crater
| other_name = Barringer Crater
| photo = Meteor Crater - Arizona.jpg
| photo_size =
| photo_alt =
| photo_caption = Meteor Crater, also known as Barringer Crater
| location = [[Coconino County, Arizona]]
| map = Arizona
| map_alt =
| map_caption = Location of Meteor Crater in Arizona
| map_size =
| label_position =
| lat_d = 35 | lat_m = 1 | lat_s = 38 | lat_NS = N
| long_d = 111 | long_m = 1 | long_s = 21 | long_EW = W
| coordinates =
| coordinates_ref =
| confidence = Confirmed<ref name="EID">{{Cite Earth Impact DB | name = Barringer | accessdate = 2008-12-30 }}</ref>
| diameter = {{convert|1.186|km|mi|sp=us}}
| age = 50,000 years
| exposed = Yes
| drilled = Yes
| bolide = [[Iron meteorite]]
| topo =
| access = [[Interstate 40 in Arizona|Interstate 40]]
| country = United States
| state = [[Arizona]]
| province =
| region = US-AZ
| district =
| municipality =
{{designation list |embed=yes |designation1=NNL |designation1_date=November 1967}}
}}

Example 2[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

Santa Fe impact structure
Kluft-photo-Shatter cones-Sep-2008-Img 1711.jpg
Shatter cones at the side of Highway 475 in the Santa Fe impact structure
Impact crater/structure
Confidence confirmed[೧]
Diameter 6 kilometres (3.7 mi)-13 kilometres (8.1 mi)
Age less than 1.2 billion years
Exposed no
Drilled no
Location
Location Sangre de Cristo Mountains
Coordinates 35°45′N 105°56′W / 35.750°N 105.933°W / 35.750; -105.933
Country United States
State New Mexico
District Santa Fe County
Santa Fe impact structure is located in New Mexico
Santa Fe impact structure
Santa Fe impact structure
Location of Santa Fe impact structure in New Mexico
Access SR475 northeast of Santa Fe
{{Infobox terrestrial impact site
| name = Santa Fe impact structure
| other_name = 
| photo = Kluft-photo-Shatter cones-Sep-2008-Img 1711.jpg
| photo_size = 
| photo_alt = 
| photo_caption = [[Shatter cones]] at the side of Highway 475 in the Santa Fe impact structure
| location = [[Sangre de Cristo Mountains]]
| map = New Mexico
| map_alt = 
| map_caption = Location of Santa Fe impact structure in New Mexico
| map_size = 
| label_position = 
| lat_d = 35 | lat_m = 45 | lat_s = | lat_NS = N
| long_d = 105 | long_m = 56 | long_s = | long_EW = W
| coordinates_ref = 
| confidence = confirmed<ref name="EID">{{Cite Earth Impact DB | name = Santa Fe | linkname = santafe | accessdate = 2010-03-16 }}</ref>
| diameter = {{convert|6|km|mi}}-{{convert|13|km|mi}}
| depth = 
| age = less than 1.2 billion years
| exposed = no
| drilled = no
| bolide =
| topo = 
| access = SR475 northeast of Santa Fe
| country = United States
| state = New Mexico
| region = 
| district = [[Santa Fe County, New Mexico|Santa Fe County]]
| municipality = 
}}

See also[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

References[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

  1. ೧.೦ ೧.೧ "Barringer". Earth Impact Database. University of New Brunswick. Retrieved 2008-12-30.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help) Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "EID" defined multiple times with different content

Microformat[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

The HTML markup produced by this template includes an hCard microformat, which makes the place-name and location parsable by computers, either acting automatically to catalogue articles across Wikipedia, or via a browser tool operated by a person, to (for example) add the subject to an address book. Within the hCard is a Geo microformat, which additionally makes the coordinates (latitude & longitude) parsable, so that they can be, say, looked up on a map, or downloaded to a GPS unit. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please see the microformat project.

Sub-templates[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

If the place or venue has an "established", "founded", "opened" or similar date, use {{start date}} unless the date is before 1583 CE.

If it has a URL, use {{URL}}.

Please do not remove instances of these sub-templates.

Classes[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

hCard uses HTML classes including:

  • adr
  • agent
  • category
  • county-name
  • extended-address
  • fn
  • label
  • locality
  • nickname
  • note
  • org
  • region
  • street-address
  • uid
  • url
  • vcard

Geo is produced by calling {{coord}}, and uses HTML classes:

  • geo
  • latitude
  • longitude

Please do not rename or remove these classes nor collapse nested elements which use them.

Precision[ಬದಲಾಯಿಸಿ]

When giving coordinates, please use an appropriate level of precision. Do not use {{coord}}'s |name= parameter.