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Volume 33, #3 2016

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Final Centennial Thoughts
Dwight T. Pitcaithley and Rolf Diamant

Letter from Woodstock
More Than Campfire Conversation
Rolf Diamant

The Heart of the Matter:
New Essential Reading on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites

Climate Change in Wildlands: Pioneering Approaches to Science and Management, edited by Andrew J. Hansen, William B. Monahan, David M. Theobold, and S. Thomas Olliff
Reviewed by Stephen Woodley

Connecting People to Nature: Today’s Regional Park Systems
Lynn Wilson, guest editor

Connecting to Nature Where You Live: The Beauty of Regional Parks
Lynn Wilson

An Urban Park District Looks to the Future
Robert E. Doyle

Regional Parks and Greenspaces Planning in Portland, Oregon:
The Politics and Science of Providing for Nature in Cities
Mike Houck

Ontario’s Greenbelt: Acres of Possibility
Burkhard Mausberg

Urbs in Solitudinem
Harry Klinkhamer

Regional Parks and Near Wilderness:
Connecting Local People with Nature, Serving Bigger-Picture Conservation Planning, and Addressing Changing Values of Wilderness
Michael Walton

Total Economic Value of US National Park Service Estimated to be $92 Billion:
Implications for Policy

Michelle Haefele, John Loomis, and Linda Bilmes

A National Park System for the 21st Century
Robert Manning, Rolf Diamant, Nora Mitchell, and David Harmon

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Volume 33, #2 2016

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Second Sentence for a Second Century:
Integrating the Mission of the National Park Service

Denis P. Galvin

Letter from Woodstock
Thoughts on Kenai Fjords and Maine Woods
Rolf Diamant

Scaling Up: Landscape-scale Conservation in North America
Brent A. Mitchell, guest editor

Zooming Out
Brent A. Mitchell

National Parks and the Scaling Up Imperative
Raymond M. Sauvajot

Landscape Conservation Cooperatives:
Working Beyond Boundaries to Tackle Large-Scale Conservation Challenges

Tom Olliff, Rua Mordecai, Janet Cakir, Benjamin S. Thatcher, Gary M. Tabor,
Sean P. Finn, Hilary Morris, Yvette Converse, Amanda Babson, William B. Monahan, andn Elsa M. Haubold

National Heritage Areas: Learning from 30 Years of Working to Scale
Brenda Barrett and Eleanor Mahoney

Connecting Humans and Nature:
The Appalachian Trail Landscape Conservation Initiative

Dennis Shaffer

Chesapeake: A Network of Conservationists Across 64,000 Square Miles
Jonathan L. Doherty and Suzanne E. Copping

Connecting Leaders to Advance Policy and Practice:
The Practitioners’ Network for Large Landscape Conservation

Shawn Johnson

A Journey’s End?
Elaine F. Leslie and Jodi Hilty

The Confederate Monument Movement as a Policy Dilemma for Resource Managers of
Parks, Cultural Sites, and Protected Places: Florida as a Case Study

Irvin D.S. Winsboro

The Evolution of the National Park Service: A Hundred Years of Changing Ideas
Compiled by David Harmon and Rebecca Conard


Volume 33, #1 2016

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Worth and Value in 21st-Century Parks: The Critical Role of Public Financing
Duncan Morrow

Letter from Woodstock
What's In a Name? A Lot More than Money
Rolf Diamant

The Heart of the Matter: New Essential Reading on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites
Keeping the Wild: Against the Domestication of Earth, and Protecting the Wild: Parks and Wilderness, the Foundation for Conservation, both edited by George Wuerthner, Eileen Crist, and Tom Butler
Reviewed by David Harmon

Bison Conservation in Northern Great Plains National Parks and the Need for Reliable Funding
Daniel S. Licht

The Rise, Fall, and Legacy of Part Two of the National Park System Plan: Natural History
Craig L. Shafer

Saving the BC Bar Dude Ranch: A New Method for Setting Preservation Priorities
Frank Matero

America's Lost National Park Units: A Closer Look
Joe Weber

The Role of the National Park Service in Recognizing Scientific Achievement

Editorial Introduction

Recognizing Science: American Scientific Achievement and the Role of the National Park Service
National Park System Advisory Board Science Committee

Volume 32, #3 2015

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Holding Course
Michael Soukup

Letter from Woodstock
Find Your System
Rolf Diamant

The Heart of the Matter: New Essential Reading on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites
Protected Area Governance and Management, edited by Graeme L. Worboys et al.
Reviewed by David Harmon

Man and Nature at 150: Reflections in Contemporary Conservation
Brent A. Mitchell, guest editor

Brent A. Mitchell

Marsh's Man and Nature at 150
David Lowenthal

Marsh, Mayors, and Civic Stewardship: With David Lowenthal in Italy
Rolf Diamant

Bushwacking to the Source: The Most Influential Nature Book You've Never Read
John Elder

Conservation and Soft Diplomacy: Engagement Abroad Brings Benefits at Home
Brent A. Mitchell

The Necessity of Stewardship: George Perkins Marsh and the Nature of Conservation
Nora J. Mitchell and Rolf Diamant

The View from Mount Tom: Perspectives from the Childhood Landscape of George Perkins Marsh
Christina Marts

Climate Change: Responding to the Crisis Portended by George Perkins Marsh
Nicholas A. Fisichelli, Gregor W. Schuurman, and Edmund Sharron

The Alaska Lands Controversy: A Fight Bigger than the Last Frontier
Chance Finegan

Visitor Perceptions of Roadside Bear Viewing and Management in Yellowstone National Park
Leslie Richardson, Kerry Gunther, Tatjana Rosen, and Chuck Schwartz

The Role of Universities in Protected Area Management: Considerations for the Future
B. Derrick Taff, Megan Jones, Brett Bruyere, Peter Newman, James R. Barborak, Michael J. Manfredo, and Ryan Finchum

Volume 32, #2 2015

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
The NPS Franchise: A Better Way to Protect Our Heritage
Holly Fretwell

Letter from Woodstock
Fresh Eyes on Alcatraz and Ellis Islands
Rolf Diamant

Remembering Ted Sudia, Co-founder of the George Wright Society

When the Sacred Encounters Economic Development in Mountains
Lawrence S. Hamilton

From Conflict to Resolution in the Two Big-Y Parks: Ending 20 Years of Controversy in Yellowstone and Yosemite
Michael J. Yochim

Place and Proximity: A Spatial Analysis of Visitors' Place Attachment at Kenai Fjords National Park, Alaska
Shawn K. Davis and Karina C. Mullen

Protecting American Lands with Justice William O. Douglas
Adam M. Sowards

Bringing Cities to Nature at the 2015 George Wright Society Conference
Lynn Wilson

Gullah Geechee Corridor's Management Plan is Meaningful to Many
Ronald Daise

Saving the Old Wallville School
Joe Flanagan

The Value of Parks in a Time of Sliding Baselines
Kathleen Dean Moore

Volume 32, #1 2015

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Planning for Permanent Emergency: "Triage" as a Strategy for Managing Cultural Resources Threatened by Climate Change
Michelle L. Berenfeld

Letter from Woodstock
Preserved and Enlarged Forever
Rolf Diamant

Dual Management of Wildlife in Alaska:Making Federal Practice Align with Federal Mandates
Kyle Joly, Sanford P. Rabinowitch, and Julie Lurman Joly

Preserving a Natural Wolf Population in Yellowstone National Park, USA
Tony Povilitis

Cultural Resource Management and Planning for the Impacts of Climate Change
Shaun Eyring and Brian Goeken, guest editors

Stephanie Toothman

An NPS Framework for Addressing Climate Change with Cultural Resources
Marcy Rockman

Fulfilling the Promise of "Parks to People" in a Changing Environment: The Gateway National Recreation Area Experience
Helen Mahan

Cultural Landscape Preservation in Context: Responding to a Changing Environment
Bob Page

Every Place has a Climate Story: Interpreting Climate Change at Historic Sites
Angela M. Richman

A Decision Framework for Managing Cultural Landscapes Impacted by Climate Change: A Preliminary Report
Robert Z. Melnick, Olivia Burry-Trice, and Veronica Malinay

"Far-Reaching Effects:" The United States Military and the National Parks during World War II
Janet A. McDonnell

Volume 31, #3 2014

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Making the Transition to the Third Era of Natural Resources Management
Nathan L. Stephenson

Letter from Woodstock
When Will We Really Have a System of National Parks?
Rolf Diamant

Global Change and the World's Iconic Protected Areas
Paul J. Eagles and Patricia A. Taylor, guest editors

Iconic Parks as Environmental Arks
Patricia A. Taylor

Global Change and Human Impact Challenges in Managing Iconic National Parks
R.W. (Bill) Carter, Stephen J. Walsh, Chris Jacobson, and Marc L. Miller

A Conceptual Framework for Studying Global Change, Tourism, and the Sustainability of Iconic National Parks
Marc L. Miller, R.W. (Bill) Carter, Stephen J. Walsh, and Sheila Peake

Climate Change Adaptation in the Great Barrier Reef Iconic National Park System
Pedro I.J. Fidelman

Ecotourism in the Galapagos: Management of a Dynamic Emergent System
Diego Quiroga

Sociopolitical Change and Interpretation Emphasis in Kruger National Park, South Africa
Sheila Peake and R.W. (Bill) Carter

Viewing an Iconic Animal in an Iconic National Park: Bears and People in Yellowstone
Patricia A. Taylor, Kerry A. Gunther, and Burke D. Grandjean

Examining Threats to Iconic National Parks through Modeling Global Change, Biocomplexity, and Human Dynamics
Stephen J. Walsh, R.W. (Bill) Carter, Scott Lieske, Diego Quiroga, and Carlos F. Mena

The Antiquities Act and How Theodore Roosevelt Shaped It
Francis P. McManamon

Principles of Sustainable Transportation in the National Parks
Robert Manning, Steven Lawson, Peter Newman, Jeffrey Hallo, and Christopher Monz

Nature Needs Half: A Necessary and Hopeful New Agenda for Protected Areas in North America and around the World
Harvey Locke

Volume 31, #2 2014

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Professionalism and its Discontents
Diane Barthel-Bouchier

Letter from Woodstock
An Urban Parks Agenda for Everyone?
Rolf Diamant

Our Shared Conservation Legacy: Past, Present, and Future—The First Legacy Organization Workshop
Ryan L. Sharp

NPS–USGS Collaboration to Support Science and Resource Management in the National Parks
Vincent L. Santucci, guest editor

Vincent L. Santucci

Interagency Partnership to Assess and Restore a Degraded Urban Riverine Wetland: Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve, Virginia
Brent W. Steury, Ronald J. Litwin, Erik T. Oberg, Joseph P. Smoot, Milan J. Pavich, Geoffrey Sanders, and Vincent L. Santucci

USGS Ecosystem Research for the Next Decade: Advancing Discovery and Application in Parks and Protected Areas through Collaboration
Charles van Riper III, James D. Nichols, G. Lynn Wingard, Jeffrey L. Kershner, James Cloern, Robert B. Jacobson, Robin P. White, Anthony D. McGuire, Byron K. Williams, Guy Gelfenbaum, and Carl D. Shapiro

Climate Change and Plant Community Composition in National Parks of the Southwestern US: Forecasting Regional, Long-Term Effects to Meet Management Needs
Seth M. Munson, Jayne Belnap, Robert H. Webb, J. Andrew Hubbard, M. Hildegard Reiser, and Kirsten Gallo

Interagency Collaboration on an Active Volcano: A Case Study at Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park
Jim Kauahikaua and Cindy Orlando

USGS Geologic Mapping and Karst Research in Ozark National Scenic Riverways, Missouri, USA
David J. Weary and Victoria M. Grant

Mercury in the National Parks
Colleen Flanagan Pritz, Collin Eagles-Smith, and David Krabbenhoft

Connecting the Dots: A Collaborative USGS–NPS Effort to Expand the Utility of Monitoring Data
James B. Grace, Donald R. Schoolmaster, Jr., E. William Schweiger, Brian R. Mitchell, Kathryn Miller, and Glenn R. Guntenspergen

The US Geological Survey–National Park Service Water Quality Partnership
Alan C. Ellsworth, Mark Nilles, and Gary Rosenlieb

Synthesis of Thirty Years of Surface Water Quality and Aquatic Biota Data in Shenandoah National Park: Collaboration between the US Geological Survey and the National Park Service
Karen C. Rice, John D. Jastram, John E.B. Wofford, and James P. Schaberl

Collaborative Socioeconomic Tool Development to Address Management and Planning Needs
Leslie Richardson, Chris Huber, Cathy Thomas, Liz Donovan, and Lynne Koontz

Park Break: Collaborative Opportunity Established for Graduate Students
Robin P. White, John Donahue, and Debbie O'Leary

Volume 31, #1 2014

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
From Civil War to Civil Rights
Marty Blatt

Letter from Woodstock
Lincoln, Olmsted, and Yosemite: Time for a Closer Look
Rolf Diamant

The Heart of the Matter: New essential reading on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites
To Conserve Unimpaired: The Evolution of the National Park Idea, by Robert B. Keiter
Reviewed by Paul Schullery

Facilities Management in the National Park Service: A Model for Sustainability and Preservation
Tim Harvey, Ralph J. Coury, and Sarah E. Burke, guest editors

The Science Underlying Facility Management in the National Park Service—Much More than Meets the Eye
Tim Harvey

Preserving the Past: Managing the National Park Service Historic Asset Portfolio
Mary Tidlow

National Park Service Facility Management: International and Interagency Cooperation
Steve Olig

Maintained Landscapes in the National Park Service
Charlie Pepper and Susan Dolan

A Mission for Sustainability amidst a Changing Climate
Ryan Michelle Scavo

Reconciling Competing Visions in New Deal Parks: Natural Conservation, Historic Preservation, and Recreational Development
Angela Sirna

"Green and Shady Camps": E.P. Meinecke and the Restoration of America's Public Campgrounds
Terence Young

A Bird in Our Hand: Weighing Uncertainty about the Past against Uncertainty about the Future in Channel Islands National Park
Scott A. Morrison

Rejoinder to "Discernment and Precaution: A Response to Cochrane and Mech"
Tim Cochrane

Volume 30, #3 2013

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
An Enlightened Beginning: The National Park Service and the American Latino Heritage
Joseph P. Sánchez and Angelica Sánchez-Clark

Letter from Woodstock
The Presidio Matters
Rolf Diamant

The Heart of the Matter: New essential reading on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites
Revolutionary Parks: Conservation, Social Justice, and Mexico's National Parks, 1910–1940, by Emily Wakild
Reviewed by Nelly Robles García

Last of His Kind? Some Reflections on the Career and Legacy of George P. Hartzog, Jr.
Laura J. Feller

Six Shutdown Lessons for the National Park Service and its Supporters
David Harmon

Selected Papers from the 2013 George Wright Society Conference

Tort Liability in National Parks and
How NPS Tracks, Manages, and Responds to Tortious Incidents

Scott Breen

Proposing New Barrens National Natural Landmarks
Mary C. Brickle, Todd R. Lookingbill, and Katharina A.M. Engelhardt

Expanding Parks and Reducing Human Numbers: A Superior Alternative to Embracing the Anthropocene Era
Philip Cafaro

Can Organizations Learn? Exploring a Shift from Conflict to Collaboration
Nelly Robles Garcia and Jack Corbett

Spiritual Outcomes of Park Experience: A Synthesis of Recent Social Science Research
Paul Heintzman

Protecting Historical Heritage: The Commemorative Integrity Evaluation Program at Parks Canada's National Historic Sites
Patricia E. Kell

Co-managing Parks with Aboriginal Communities: Improving Outcomes for Conservation and Cultural Heritage
Greg Leaman

Dissecting Credibility: Components of Credibility for Science/Resource Management Professionals
Jerry M. Mitchell, Christie Anastasia, Ben Bobowski, and Giselle Mora-Bourgeois

Establishing the Science Foundation to Sustain High-Elevation, Five-Needle Pine Forests Threatened by Novel Interacting Stresses in Four Western National Parks
A.W. Schoettle, J. Connor, J. Mack, P. Pineda Bovin, J. Beck, G.M. Baker, R.A. Sniezko, and K.S. Burns

Two More Views on the Future of Wolves at Isle Royale National Park

Island Complications: Should We Retain Wolves on Isle Royale?
Tim Cochrane

The Case for Watchful Waiting with Isle Royale's Wolf Population
L. David Mech

Discernment and Precaution: A Response to Cochrane and Mech
John A. Vucetich, Rolf O. Peterson, and Michael P. Nelson

Volume 30, #2 2013

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Considerations of Culture, Community, Change, and the Centennial
M. Melia Lane-Kamahele

Letter from Woodstock
Uncertain Footing on Hallowed Ground?
Rolf Diamant

The Heart of the Matter: New essential reading on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites
Managing Outdoor Recreation: Case Studies in the National Parks, by Robert E. Manning and Laura E. Anderson
Reviewed by Robert G. Dvorak

Simply "Being There": A Legitimate Point on the Geotourism and National Park Visitor Opportunity Spectrum
John Watson

Striving toward Best Practices: Innovations in International Protected Area Capacity Development
Eick von Ruschkowski and Thomas E. Fish, guest editors

Thomas E. Fish and Eick von Ruschkowski

The IUCN Protected Area Capacity Development Program
David Reynolds and Nigel Dudley

The State of Human Dimensions Capacity for Natural Resource Management: Needs, Knowledge, and Resources
Natalie R. Sexton, Kirsten M. Leong, Brad J. Milley, Melinda M. Clarke, Tara L. Teel, Mark A. Chase, and Alia M. Dietsch

Building Capacity to Enhance Protected Area Management Effectiveness: A Current Needs Assessment for the Asian Context
A.W. Don Carlos, T.L. Teel, M.J. Manfredo, and V.B. Mathur

Visitor Management in Brazil's Protected Areas: Benchmarking for Best Practices in Resource Management
Robert C. Burns and Jasmine Cardozo Moreira

Marine Protected Area Management Capacity Development: Assessing and Responding to Local and Regional Needs
Thomas E. Fish and Anne H. Walton

Climate Change Communication Campaign Planning: Using Audience Research to Inform Design
Jessica Thompson, Shawn Davis, and Karina Mullen

Training Future Decision-Makers in Park Management: Transatlantic Capacity Building through the EU's ERASMUS Programme
Eick von Ruschkowski, Arne Arnberger, Robert C. Burns, Thomas E. Fish, and Alena Salašová

Starker Leopold's Second Thoughts on the Leopold Report: A Recently Discovered Transcript of a 1975 Speech

David M. Graber

"What We're Talking about Here are Dynamic Processes that Don't Stop": A Speech to the National Park Service Western Region Superintendents' Resource Management Seminar, April 28, 1975
A. Starker Leopold

Volume 30, #1 2013

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
NPS Design Tradition in the 21st Century
Ethan Carr

Letter from Woodstock
Stewards of Our Heritage
Rolf Diamant

The Heart of the Matter: New essential reading on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites
Museums, Monuments, and National Parks: Toward a New Genealogy of Public History, by Denise D. Meringolo
Reviewed by John H. Sprinkle, Jr.

The World Heritage Convention and the National Park Service, 1993–2009
Peter Stott

Climate Adaptation Strategies are Limited by Outdated Legal Interpretations
Julie Lurman Joly

Resilience in a Protected Area: Prospects for Fathom Five National Marine Park, Lake Huron, Canada
S.R. Parker and S.D. Murphy

The Requirement to Leave Park Resources and Values "Unimpaired"
Molly N. Ross

Reflections on the Beginning of the George Wright Society and Why It Was Created
Vernon C. (Tom) Gilbert

Are Isle Royale Wolves Too Big to Fail? A Response to Vucetich et al.
Ted Gostomski

Response to Gostomski
John Vucetich, Rolf O. Peterson, and Michael P. Nelson

Volume 29, #3 2012

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
What Should NPS Tell Visitors (and Congress) about Climate Change?
Philip Cafaro

Letter from Woodstock
Revisiting Leopold — More Frequently
Rolf Diamant

From Model T's to Computer Models: Integrating Transportation and Visitor Capacity Research and Planning at Yosemite National Park
Nathan Reigner, Steven Lawson, David White, Bret Meldrum, and Robert Manning, guest editors

Integrating Transportation and Recreation in Yosemite National Park
Bret Meldrum and Henrietta DeGroot

Assessing and Modeling Visitors' Evaluations of Park Road Conditions
in Yosemite National Park

Dave D. White, Stacy Tschuor, and Bill Byrne

Using Transportation to Manage Recreation Carrying Capacity
Nathan Reigner, Brett Kiser, Steve Lawson, and Robert Manning

Transportation, Recreation, and Capacities in Yosemite National Park
Doug Whittaker, Bo Shelby, Bret Meldrum, Henrietta DeGroot, and James Bacon

Getting There: Yosemite and the Politics of Transportation Planning
in the National Parks

Christopher E. Johnson

Developing Landscape Plant Selection Lists for the Presidio of San Francisco
Mark Frey

The Effects of Ecotourism on Women's Traditional Activities
in Gateway Communities Bordering Fray Jorge National Park, Chile

Susan Qashu

Leopold Redux: Revisiting and Reinterpreting a Seminal Report

Editorial Introduction

America's Next Best Idea: The National Park System Looks to the Future
Mary Ellen Hannibal

Revisiting Leopold: Resource Stewardship in the National Parks
National Park System Advisory Board Science Committee

Volume 29, #2 2012

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Beyond the 59th Park: Reforming the Nomenclature of the US National Park System
David Harmon

The Heart of the Matter: New essential reading on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites
Rambunctious Garden, by Emma Marris
Reviewed by David M. Graber

Letter from Woodstock
Keeping on the Path
Rolf Diamant

Economic Significance Analysis of Visitation to Remote Alaska Public Lands: A Case Study of Katmai National Park and Preserve
Ginny Fay and Neal Christensen

Using Integrated Research and Interdisciplinary Science: Potential Benefits and Challenges to Managers of Parks and Protected Areas
Charles van Riper III, Robert B. Powell, Gary Machlis, Jan W. van Wagtendonk, Carena J. van Riper, Eick von Ruschkowski, Steven E. Schwarzbach, and Russell E. Galipeau

Communicating about Wildlife-associated Disease Risks in National Parks
Darrick T. Evensen, Daniel J. Decker, and Kevin T. Castle

Management Response to Eroding Wildland Buffers between Developed and Protected Areas through Education and Collaborative Planning Efforts
J. Keith Gilless and Rachel C. Smith

The State of History in the National Park Service: A Conversation and Reflections

Imperiled Promise: The State of History in the National Park Service—Opening the Discussion
Anne Whisnant, Marla Miller, Gary Nash, and David Thelen

A Sobering Report—Imperiled Promise: The State of History in the National Park Service
Lisa Mighetto

The Need for Intellectual Courage, the History Leadership Council, and the History Advisory Board
Timothy S. Good

Engaging New and Diverse Audiences in the National Parks: An Exploratory Study of Current Knowledge and Learning Needs
Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Daniel Laven, Robert Manning, and Nora Mitchell

Volume 29, #1 2012

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
The Park Idea as Catalyst and Conscience
George B. Hartzog III

Letter from Woodstock
William E. Brown: Now More Than Ever
Rolf Diamant

The Kenya Wildlife Service in the 21st Century: Protecting Globally Significant Areas and Resources
John Waithaka, guest editor

Historical Factors that Shaped Wildlife Conservation in Kenya
John Waithaka

Laying the Foundation for Conservation of Kenya's Natural Resources in the 21st Century
Julius Kipng'etich

The History and Evolution of National Parks in Kenya
Mungumi Bakari Chongwa

Protection of Marine Areas in Kenya
Arthur Tuda and Mohamed Omar

Wildlife as a Lifeline to Kenya's Economy: Making Memorable Visitor Experiences
Paul Udoto

Wildlife Conservation Education
Paul Mbugua

Beyond Philanthropy: Community Nature-based Enterprises as a Basis for Wildlife Conservation
Munira Anyonge-Bashir and Paul Udoto

The Role of the Kenya Wildlife Service in Protecting Kenya's Wildlife
David Karanja

Challenges and Opportunities for Conserving Some Threatened Species in Kenya
Charles Musyoki, Samuel Andanje, Mohammed Said, Monica Chege, George Anyona, Luke Lukaria, and Bernard Kuloba

The National Elephant Conservation and Management Strategy (2012–2021) at a Glance
Patrick Omondi and Shadrack Ngene

Mega-Translocations: The Kenya Wildlife Service at its Best
Isaac Lekolool

Medicine in the Wild: Strategies towards Healthy and Breeding Wildlife Populations in Kenya
David Ndeereh, Vincent Obanda, Dominic Mijele, and Francis Gakuya

Wildlife Management and Conservation in View of International Conventions
James G. Njogu

Mobilizing Resources for Wildlife Conservation in Kenya beyond the 21st Century
Edwin W. Wanyonyi

Should Isle Royale Wolves be Reintroduced? A Case Study on Wilderness Management in a Changing World
John A. Vucetich, Michael P. Nelson, and Rolf O. Peterson

The World Heritage Convention and the National Park Service: The First Two Decades, 1972–1992
Peter H. Stott

Volume 28, #3 2011

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Revisiting the Organic Act: Can It Meet the Next Century's Conservation Challenges?
Robert B. Keiter

The Heart of the Matter: New essential reading on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites
Sacred Natural Sites: Conserving Nature and Culture, edited by Bas Verschuuren, Robert Wild, Jeffrey A. McNeely, and Gonzalo Oviedo
Reviewed by David Harmon

Fulfilling the International Mission of the US National Park Service
Stephen Morris and Jonathan Putnam, guest editors

The Importance of International Involvement of the National Park Service
Jonathan B. Jarvis

Linking NPS to the World:
The Role of the National Park Service Office of International Affairs

Stephen Morris and Jonathan Putnam

Collecting and Diffusing "the World's Best Thought": International Cooperation by the National Park Service
Terence Young and Lary M. Dilsaver

The World Heritage Convention and the National Park Service, 1962–1972
Peter H. Stott

Perspectives from the Field on International Engagement

Binational Cooperation in the Big Bend Region
Joe Sirotnak

Rocky Mountain National Park's Sister Park Relationship
Ben Bobowski and Vaughn Baker

Sister Parks as a Tool to Protect Shared Resources: An Example from St. Croix National Scenic Riverway
Christopher E. Stein

White Sands National Monument and Cuatrociénegas: An International Collaborative with Tangible and Intangible Benefits
Kevin Schneider

International Experience: A Gateway to Professional Development
Cynthia Orlando

International Experience: Personally Rewarding and Good for NPS
Bob Krumenaker

The Wilderness Act: The Minimum Requirement Exception
Frank Buono

A Model Process for Developing Adaptation Options for Natural Heritage Areas in an Era of Rapid Climate Change
Paul A. Gray, Christopher J. Lemieux, Thomas J. Beechey, and Daniel J. Scott

Volume 28, #2 2011

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A Legacy of Neglect: The Ozark National Scenic Riverways
Susan Flader

The Role of Environmental History in the National Parks
David Louter and Lisa Mighetto, guest editors

David Louter and Lisa Mighetto

Toward a History of Environmental History in the National Parks
Mark Fiege

The Need for Legible Landscapes: Environmental History and NPS Management at Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
James W. Feldman

The Changing Face of the Country: Environmental History and the Legacy of the Civil War at Stones River National Battlefield
Rebecca Conard

Isle Royale National Park: Balancing Human and Natural History in a Maritime Park
Philip V. Scarpino

Restoring the Past: Environmental History and Oysters at Point Reyes National Seashore
Timothy Babalis

The State of Climate Change Adaptation in Canada’s Protected Areas Sector
Christopher J. Lemieux, Thomas J. Beechey, Daniel J. Scott, and Paul A. Gray

Volume 28, #1 2011

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A Personal Reflection on the 2011 George Wright Society Conference
Robert A. Winfree

The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Projecting America’s Best Ideals: International Engagement and the National Park Service
Brent A. Mitchell

The Heart of the Matter: New essential reading on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites
Uncertain Path: A Search for the Future of National Parks, by William C. Tweed
Reviewed by David J. Parsons

The Impacts of Removing Lead from Natural Resource Activities in
the National Park System

Elaine Leslie, guest editor

Elaine Leslie

Conflicts in Lead Ammunition and Sinker Regulation: Considerations for US National Parks
Vernon G. Thomas

The Quest to Eliminate Lead from Units of the National Park System: Understanding and Reaching Out to Audiences
Danielle J. Ross-Winslow and Tara L. Teel

A Thumbnail Sketch of Federal Laws Governing Lead and the Environment
Frank Buono

Lead Issues at National Park Service Units: Identifying Potential Sources and Minimizing Exposure
National Park Service Office of Public Health

Place-based Environmental Governance in the Waterton Biosphere Reserve, Canada: The Role of a Large Private Land Trust Project
Julia M. McCuaig and Michael S. Quinn

Volume 27, #3 2010

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
This Land is Your Land, This Land is My Land: People and Public Lands Redux
Carolyn Finney

The Heart of the Matter: New essential reading on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites
Beyond Naturalness: Rethinking Park and Wilderness Stewardship in an Era of Rapid Change, edited by David N. Cole and Laurie Yung
Reviewed by David Harmon

Natural Resource Challenges in Parks Assessed by NPCA’s Center for State of the Parks
Gail Dethloff

“An Orderly, Balanced and Comprehensive Panorama . . . of American History”: Filling Thematic Gaps within the National Park System
John H. Sprinkle, Jr.

Measuring Connections in the Sea: Pushing the Boundaries of Seascape Genetics at Channel Islands National Park
Crow White

Smokey Says, “Get Your Ash Off My Beach”: Implementing a Smoke-free Beach Policy at Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
Jim Milestone, Nathan Read, and Louis Jarvis

The Le Conte Memorial Lectures and Park Interpretation—A Historical Account
Karen Merritt

Managing the National Park Service in the Information Age
Harry Butowsky

Volume 27, #2 2010

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Whose America? Whose Idea? Making "America's Best Idea" Reflect New American Realities
John J. Reynolds

The Heart of the Matter: New essential reading on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites
The World’s Protected Areas: Status, Values, and Prospects in the 21st Century, edited by Stuart Chape, Mark Spalding, and Martin Jenkins
Reviewed by David M. Graber

The Parks Canada Agency: Meeting the Needs and Expectations of Canadians
John Waithaka, guest editor

Parks Canada: Building on Our Strengths to Achieve New Heights
Alan Latourelle

Filling in the Gaps: Establishing New National Parks
Kevin McNamee

Ecological Integrity and Canada’s National Parks
Stephen Woodley

Parks Canada’s National Historic Sites: Past, Present, and Future
Larry Ostola

National Marine Conservation Areas—Extending Parks Canada’s Reach into Canada’s Oceans and Great Lakes
Doug Yurick

Setting the Stage for Visitor Experiences in Canada’s National Heritage Places
Ed Jager and Annique Sanche

Mobilizing Support for Canada’s National Treasures
Daniel Rosset

Canada’s Northern National Parks: Unfragmented Landscapes, Unforgettable Experiences,Wilderness, and Spiritual Homeland
David Murray

Parks Canada Science: Providing Knowledge for Better Service to Canadians
John Waithaka

Two Paths One Direction: Parks Canada and Aboriginal Peoples Working Together
Steve Langdon, Rob Prosper, Nathalie Gagnon

International Engagement: Enhancing the Global Parks Agenda
Marc Johnson and John Pinkerton

Traductions françaises courtoisie des Parcs Canada

Agence Parcs Canada : répondre aux besoins et aux attentes des Canadiens
John Waithaka, rédacteur en chef invité

Parcs Canada : Miser sur nos forces pour atteindre de nouveaux sommets
Alan Latourelle

Combler les lacunes : créer de nouveaux parcs nationaux
Kevin McNamee

L’intégrité écologique et les parcs nationaux du Canada
Stephen Woodley

Lieux historiques nationaux de Parcs Canada : passé, présent et avenir
Larry Ostola

Aires marines nationales de conservation – Étendre la portée de Parcs Canada aux océans et aux Grands Lacs du Canada
Doug Yurick

Ouvrir la voie à l’expérience du visiteur dans les lieux patrimoniaux du Canada
Ed Jager et Annique Sanche

Mobiliser la population pour appuyer la conservation du patrimoine national
Daniel Rosset

Parcs nationaux du Nord du Canada : paysages unifiés, expériences inoubliables, milieux sauvages et patrie « spirituelle »
David Murray

La recherche scientifique à Parcs Canada : apporter des connaissances afin de mieux servir les Canadiens
John Waithaka

Deux voies une direction: Parcs Canada et les peuples autochtones travaillent de concert
Steve Langdon, Rob Prosper, Nathalie Gagnon

Engagement international : promouvoir les activités de Parcs Canada sur la scène internationale
Marc Johnson et John Pinkerton

Volume 27, #1 2010

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
An Idea in Trouble: Thoughts about the Future of Traditional National Parks in the United States
William C. Tweed

Geoparks: Think Outside the Park
Heidi Bailey and Wesley Hill, guest editors

The UNESCO Global Network of National Geoparks
Patrick J. McKeever, Nickolas C. Zouros, and Margarete Patzak

Lesvos Petrified Forest Geopark, Greece: Geoconservation, Geotourism, and Local Development
Nickolas C. Zouros

Economic Effects of Geotourism in Geopark TERRA.vita, Northern Germany
Joachim W. Härtling and Irene Meier

Geoparks: Creating a Vision for North America
Richard Calnan, Sally R. Brady, and Wesley Hill

Protection of Geological Heritage: A North American Perspective on Geoparks
Godfrey S. Nowlan, Peter Bobrowsky, and John Clague

The Future of North American Geoparks
Heidi Bailey and Wesley Hill

Reaching Conservation-oriented Goals: Perspectives from the 2008 Park Break Program at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
Carena J. van Riper and Michelle P. Dela Cruz

Keeping Up with the Mountain: The Challenge and Prospect of an Adjusted Management Paradigm
Sarah Stehn

Sustainable Management of the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem
Tony Prato and Daniel B. Fagre

Loss of a Sacred Shrine: How the National Park Service Anguished over Yellowstone’s Campfire Myth, 1960–1980
Lee H. Whittlesey

Volume 26, #3 2009

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Ethnography in a National Park Service Second Century
Jerry L. Rogers

Ocean Currents, Dune Hollows, and Mountain Peaks: Park Break as a Pedagogical Approach to Collaborative Experiential Learning in the National Parks
Tinelle D. Bustam, Michelle Moorman, Carena J. van Riper, Sarah Stehn, and Rebecca Stanfield McCown

Moving Public Participation beyond Compliance: Uncommon Approaches to Finding Common Ground
Kirsten M. Leong, John F. Forester, and Daniel J. Decker

Ethnography in the National Park Service: Past Lessons, Present Challenges, Future Prospects
Jacilee Wray, guest editor

Jacilee Wray

Creating Policy for the National Park Service: Addressing Native Americans and Other Traditionally Associated Peoples
Jacilee Wray, Alexa Roberts, Allison Peña, and Shirley J. Fiske

Rethinking Ethnography in the National Park Service
David Ruppert

Under Native American Skies
Walter R. Echo-Hawk

Applied Ethnography and Park Management at Pipestone National Monument
Michael J. Evans

Working with Traditionally Associated Groups: A Form of Civic Engagement
Jenny Masur

Ethnographic Overviews and Assessments: An Example from Wrangell–St. Elias National Park and Preserve
Barbara A. Cellarius

A Balancing Act: Ethnography, Subsistence, and Alaska Parks
David J. Krupa

The Challenge of Ethnography
Erin McPherson and Kat Byerly

Volume 26, #2 2009

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Diary for a Second Century: A Journey across America’s National Park System in Search of its Future
Rolf Diamant

Visitor Satisfaction and Support for Park Fees: Examining the Effects of Frontcountry, Backcountry, and Information in Rocky Mountain National Park
Patricia A. Taylor and Burke D. Grandjean

Evaluating the Quality of Biological Objectives for Conservation Planning in the National Wildlife Refuge System
Richard L. Schroeder

Why is Biodiversity Conservation Important in Protected Landscapes?
Nigel Dudley

Engaging Local Communities in Sea Turtle Conservation: Strategies from Nicaragua
Richard Smith and Sarah Otterstrom

Healthy Parks, Healthy People: The Health Benefits of Contact with Nature in a Park Context
Cecily Maller, Mardie Townsend, Lawrence St Leger, Claire Henderson-Wilson, Anita Pryor, Lauren Prosser, and Megan Moore

The Prairie Dog: A Century of Confusion and Conflict in Park Management
Daniel S. Licht, Cay Ogden, and Myron Chase

Civil Society and Protected Areas: Lessons from Canada’s Experience
Harvey Locke

Volume 26, #1 2009

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
George Melendez Wright and the National Park Idea
Dayton Duncan

Traditional Cultural Properties: Putting Concept into Practice
Charles W. Smythe and Frederick F. York, guest editors

The National Register Framework for Protecting Cultural Heritage Places
Charles W. Smythe

Rethinking Traditional Cultural Properties?
Thomas F. King

Traditional Cultural Places and the National Register
Paul R. Lusignan

The Evolution of Federal Agency Authority to Manage Native American Cultural Sites
Sherry Hutt

Indian Point Not for Sale; Or, Reflections on Indian Point
Rosita Worl

Anatomy of a Traditional Cultural Property: The Saga of Auke Cape
Thomas F. Thornton

Quantifying the Consequences of Fire Suppression in Two California National Parks
Carol Miller and Brett Davis

Volume 25, #3 2008

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Designing Ocean Parks for the Next Century
Gary E. Davis

Privatizing Isle Royale? The Limits of Free-Market Environmentalism
Robert Pahre

Identifying and Protecting the Interpretive Potential of Setting at Cultural Heritage Sites
George N. Wallace and Christopher C. Mayer

Holding the High Ground: Interpreting the Civil War in National Parks
Robert K. Sutton

Stepping Outside the Boundary: Community-Building at Yosemite National Park
Christopher C. Lever and J. Keith Gilless

Evaluating Potential Wildlife Impacts of Future Land Development Adjacent to Protected Areas
Tony Prato, Anthony S. Clark, and Yan Barnett

Volume 25, #2 2008

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Reassessing the National Park Service and the National Park System
Janet A. McDonnell

Celebrating 40 Years of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act: An Evolution of River Protection Strategies
Sue Jennings and Abby Miller, guest editors

Celebrating Forty Years of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act
Sue Jennings

The Wild and Scenic St. Croix Riverway
Kate Hanson

Partnership Wild and Scenic Rivers
Jamie Fosburgh, Joe DiBello, and Fred Akers

2(a)(ii)-Designated National Wild and Scenic Rivers: The Confluence of Local Management and Federal Protection
Lauren Koshere

Commercial Grizzly Bear Viewing in the Fishing Branch (Ni’iinlii Njik) Protected Area, Yukon, Canada
Erik Val

Climate Change and Cultural Heritage
Michelle L. Berenfeld, guest editor

Climate Change and Cultural Heritage: Local Evidence, Global Responses
Michelle L. Berenfeld

Sustain the 9!: Greening of the Holy Cross/Lower 9th Community
Charles E. Allen III

Protecting Cultural Resources in Coastal U.S. National Parks from Climate Change
Maria Caffrey and Rebecca Beavers

The Isle Royale Wolf-Moose Project: Fifty Years of Challenge and Insight
Michael P. Nelson, Rolf O. Peterson, and John A. Vucetich

Volume 25, #1 2008

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
The National Park Service and Civic Engagement
Edward T. Linenthal
Centennial Essay Feedback

Wolf Recovery in Yellowstone: Park Visitor Attitudes, Expenditures, and Economic Impacts
John W. Duffield, Chris J. Neher, and David A. Patterson

Out of Africa: Lessons from Park Management in South Africa
Daniel S. Licht, Rob Slotow, and Joshua Millspaugh

The Economic Importance of Extending Habitat Protection Beyond Park Boundaries: A Case Study from Costa Rica
Barry Allen, Lee Lines, and Debra Hamilton

Naturalness and Beyond: Protected Area Stewardship in an Era of Global Environmental Change
David N. Cole, Laurie Yung, Erika S. Zavaleta, Gregory H. Aplet, F. Stuart Chapin III, David M. Graber, Eric S. Higgs, Richard J. Hobbs, Peter B. Landres, Constance I. Millar, David J. Parsons, John M. Randall, Nathan L. Stephenson, Kathy A. Tonnessen, Peter S. White, and Stephen Woodley

Transportation Research Needs in National Parks: A Summary and Exploration of Future Trends
John J. Daigle

A Very Large Array: Early Federal Historic Preservation—The Antiquities Act, Mesa Verde, and the National Park Service Act
Richard West Sellars

Volume 24, #3 2007

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Robin Winks on the Evolution and Meaning of the Organic Act

The Organic Act—A User’s Guide: Further Thoughts on Winks’ “A Contradictory Mandate?”
Denis P. Galvin
Centennial Essay Feedback

Accommodating Controversial Expressions of First Amendment Rights in National Parks: One Superintendent’s Experience
John Howard

Issues in Australian Protected Area Management
Graeme L. Worboys and Michael Lockwood

Role of Managed Forestlands and Models for Sustainable Forest Management: Perspectives from North America
William S. Keeton

Archeology, National Natural Landmarks, and State Game Sanctuaries: Combining Efforts for Science and Management
Jeanne Schaaf, Judy Alderson, Joe Meehan, and Joel Cusick

Environmental Justice and Sustainable Tourism: The Missing Cultural Link
Blanca Camargo, Katy Lane, and Tazim Jamal

“Who’s Doing the Protecting in Protected Areas?” A Global Perspective on Protected Area Governance
Brent A. Mitchell

Origin and History of Wildland Fire Use in the U.S. National Park System
Bruce M. Kilgore

Volume 24, #2 2007

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
On the Brink of Greatness: National Parks and the Next Century
Dwight T. Pitcaithley

Integrating Science and Management
Alice Wondrak Biel, Robert E. Bennetts, Bruce B. Bingham, and Andy Hubbard, guest editors

Part I: Essays

Integrating Science and Management: The Road to Rico-Chico
Bruce B. Bingham, Robert E. Bennetts, and Andy Hubbard

Integrating Science and Management: Becoming Who We Thought We Were
Michael Soukup

The Quandaries and Promise of Risk Management: A Scientist’s Perspective on Integration of Science and Management
Bruce G. Marcot

The Role of Science in National Park Service Decision-making
Suzanne Lewis

Information Management: Barrier or Bridge to Integrating Natural Resources Science and Management?
Bruce B. Bingham

Part II: Case Studies and Papers

The Challenge of Communicating Monitoring Results to Effect Change
Shawn L. Carter, Giselle Mora-Bourgeois, Todd R. Lookingbill, Tim J. B. Carruthers, and William C. Dennison

Linking Monitoring to Management and Planning: Assessment Points as a Generalized Approach
Robert E. Bennetts, John E. Gross, Kerri Cahill, Cheryl McIntyre, Bruce B. Bingham, Andy Hubbard, Lane Cameron, and Shawn L. Carter

The Road to Integrating Science and Management: Planning Your Next Trip Using Hierarchical Objectives and Assessment Points
Shawn L. Carter and Robert E. Bennetts

Integrated Resource Management: Applying the Concepts of Rico and Chico to Connect Cultural and Natural Resource Management
Andy Hubbard, Kristin Legg, Duane Hubbard, and Christopher Moos

Comparing Current and Desired Conditions of Resource Values for Evaluating Management Performance: A Cautionary Note on an Otherwise Useful Concept
Robert E. Bennetts and Bruce B. Bingham

Wherein Lies the Heritage Value? Rethinking the Heritage Value of Cultural Landscapes from an Aboriginal Perspective
Lisa Prosper

Volume 24, #1 2007

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series: An Introduction

The National Park System and the Historic American Past: A Brief Overview and Reflection
Richard West Sellars

Glacier National Park and Its Neighbors: A Twenty-Year Assessment of Regional Resource Management
Joseph L. Sax and Robert B. Keiter

The Challenges of Climate Change

Losing Ground: Western National Parks Endangered by Climate Disruption
Stephen Saunders, Tom Easley, Jesse A. Logan, and Theo Spencer

An Inarticulate Truth: Communicating the Science of Global Climate Change
Jonathan B. Jarvis

The National Park Service Interpretation and Education Evaluation Summit

Learning Together: A Summary of the National Park Service Interpretation and Education Evaluation Summit
Julia Washburn, editor

Remarks from the Chair, Education Committee, National Park System Advisory Board
Daniel L. Ritchie

Remarks from the Director, National Park Service
Mary Bomar

Volume 23, #4 2006

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History Repeats? Hydro Dams and the Riverine Ecosystems of Mesoamerica: The Case of La Amistad Biosphere Reserve, Panama, and its Implications
William O. McLarney

Targeting Conservation Easements to Reduce Impacts of Private Land Development on Protected Areas
Tony Prato

Island-specific Ecological Release of Small Mammals in Lake Michigan and Potential Consequences for Ground-nesting Birds: The Importance of American Beech (Fagus grandifolia) in Structuring Small-mammal Communities
J. N. Rosemier and D. J. Flaspohler

Environmental Justice
Gillian Bowser, guest editor

Through the Eyes of a Child: The Many Aspects of Environmental Justice
Gillian Bowser

Fear of the Boom Box: Death Knell for Our Public Lands?
Audrey Peterman

Managers’ Perceptions of Issues in Serving Racial and Ethnic Minorities in Urban Parks
Michael A. Schuett and Gillian Bowser

The Challenge of Environmental Justice for Children: The Impact of Cumulative Disadvantageous Risks
Corliss Wilson Outley

Is Curiosity Good for Anybody?
Henry F. Howe

The Concrete Jungle
Gillian Bowser

Volume 23, #3 2006

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The Antiquities Act and the Acreage Debate
Frank Norris

The All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI) of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Becky Nichols, guest editor

Michael Soukup

The ATBI in the Smokies: An Overview
Peter White and Keith Langdon

The Science Approach to the Smokies ATBI
Charles Parker and Ernest Bernard

Science Education Programs with the ATBI
Jeanie Hilten, Jamie Cox, Dan Dourson, Heather Grossnickle, Jennifer Pierce, Susan Sachs, Paul Super, and Mark Wetzel

Implications of an ATBI for Reserve Stewardship
Keith Langdon, Peter White, and Becky Nichols

Scientific Findings, Success Stories, Lessons Learned, and an Alliance of ATBIs
Keith Langdon, Charles Parker, and Becky Nichols

Volume 23, #2 2006

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Visitor Impact Monitoring: Old Issues, New Challenges
Christopher Monz and Yu-Fai Leung, guest editors

Visitor Impact Monitoring: Old Issues, New Challenges—An Introduction to this Special Issue
Yu-Fai Leung and Christopher Monz

Visitor and Recreation Impact Monitoring: Is It Lost in the Gulf between Science and Management?
David N. Cole

Meaningful Measures: Developing Indicators of Visitor Impact in the National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring Program
Christopher Monz and Yu-Fai Leung

Monitoring Campsite Proliferation and Conditions: Recent Methodological Considerations
Peter Newman, Christopher Monz, Yu-Fai Leung, David M. Theobald

Monitoring Trail Conditions: New Methodological Considerations
Jeffrey L. Marion, Yu-Fai Leung, and Sanjay K. Nepal

Assessing the Effects of Human Activities on Wildlife
Robert J. Steidl and Brian F. Powell

Recreation Monitoring at Acadia National Park
Robert Manning, Charles Jacobi, and Jeffrey L. Marion

VERP: Putting Principles into Practice in Yosemite National Park
James Bacon, James Roche, Crystal Elliot, and Niki Nicholas

Volume 23, #1 2006

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The Antiquities Act: The First Hundred Years of a Landmark Law
David Harmon, Francis P. McManamon, and Dwight T. Pitcaithley

The ICOMOS–Ename Charter: New Principles for Interpreting Cultural Heritage Sites

The ICOMOS–Ename Charter Initiative / Rethinking the Role of Heritage Interpretation in the 21st Century
Neil Silberman

Text of the ICOMOS–Ename Charter for the Interpretation of Cultural Heritage Sites

Some Background Musings on the Need for an ICOMOS–Ename Charter for the Interpretation of Cultural Heritage Sites
Gustavo Araoz

Economics and Authenticity: A Collision of Interpretations in Cane River National Heritage Area, Louisiana
David W. Morgan, Kevin C. MacDonald, and Fiona J. L. Handley

Application of an Issue Evolution Model to Wildlife Issues in National Parks
Kirsten M. Leong, Daniel J. Decker, Margaret A. Wild, and John Karish

Adaptive Management of National Park Ecosystems
Tony Prato

Partners in Parks: 1988–2006
Sarah G. Bishop

Volume 22, #4 2005

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Thanks for the Memories
Jean Matthews

Fire Management in Parks and Protected Areas
Bruce M. Kilgore, guest editor

Fire Management in Parks and Protected Areas: An Introduction and Summay
Bruce M. Kilgore

Fire in the Parks: A Case Study for Change Management
Norman L. Christensen

The Wildland Fire Challenge: Protecting Communities and Restoring Ecosystems
Gregory H. Aplet and Bo Wilmer

Forest Health and Fire in the National Parks: Workshop Summary
Norman L. Christensen

Fire, Forest Health, and Biodiversity: A Summary of the Proceedings of the Second Annual Symposium of the National Commission on Science and Sustainable Forestry
Norman L. Christensen

Federal Forest Fire Policy in the United States
Scott L. Stephens and Lawrence W. Ruth

Fire, Ecosystems, and People: A Preliminary Assessment of Fire as a Global Conservation Issue
Jeff Hardesty, Ron Myers, and Wendy Fulks

Volume 22, #3 2005

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Geodiversity and Geoconservation
Vincent L. Santucci, guest editor

Geodiversity and Geoconservation: What, Why, and How?
Murray Gray

Application of Paleoecologic Methods to Coastal Resource Management: An Example from Biscayne National Park
G. Lynn Wingard

The Geological Foundation for Prescribed Fire in Mammoth Cave National Park
Rick Olson and Caroline Noble

Historical Perspectives on Biodiversity and Geodiversity
Vincent L. Santucci

New Wildernesses Can Be Created: A Personal History of the Gaylord Nelson Wilderness at Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
Bob Krumenaker

Contemplating One-Sided Clams: The Northern Abalone Quincunx
N. A. Sloan

The Moral Power of the World Conservation Movement to Engage Economic Globalization
Ron Engel

Volume 22, #2 2005

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Privatization: An Overview
Maurice H. Schwartz, guest editor

Privatization: An Overview—Introduction and Summary
Maurice H. Schwartz

From Public to Private: Five Concepts of Park Management and Their Consequences
Thomas A. More

The Greater Realities of Privatization: A Historian’s Perspective
Alfred Runte

Entrepreneurism in America’s State Parks
Ney C. Landrum

Beyond the Public Park Paradigm
Sylvia LeRoy

Competitive Sourcing in Our National Parks
Geoffrey F. Segal

The Effects of Neo-Conservatism on Park Science, Management, and Administration: Examples and a Discussion
John Shultis

Forces Underlying the Emergence of Privatization in Parks and Recreation (Executive Summary)
John L. Crompton

A New Tragedy for the Commons: The Threat of Privatization to National Parks (and Other Public Lands)
Bill Wade

The Recreation Fee Demonstration Program and Beyond
Scott Silver

Volume 22, #1 2005

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Conservation Practice at the Landscape Scale
Daniel N. Laven, Nora J. Mitchell, and Deane Wang, guest editors

Examining Conservation Practice at the Landscape Scale
Daniel N. Laven, Nora J. Mitchell, and Deane Wang

National Heritage Areas: Places on the Land, Places in the Mind
Brenda Barrett

The Right Direction: Imagining the Future of the Potomac
J. Glenn Eugster

From Conservation Diplomacy to Transborder Landscapes: The Protection of Biodiversity Across North America’s Borders
Charles C. Chester

Two Countries, One Forest — Deux Pays, Une Forêt: Launching a Landscape-Scale Conservation Collaborative in the Northern Appalachian Region of the United States and Canada
Emily M. Bateson

On Defying Nature’s End: The Case for Landscape-Scale Conservation
Gustavo A. B. da Fonseca, Aaron Bruner, Russell A. Mittermeier, Keith Alger, Claude Gascon, and Richard E. Rice

Protected Areas in 2023: Scenarios for an Uncertain Future
Jeffrey A. McNeely

What Should Protected Areas Managers Do in the Face of Climate Change?
David Welch

Volume 21, #4 2004

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Robert M. Linn, 1926–2004: A Remembrance of the GWS Co-Founder
David Harmon

Report on the ESRI International User Conference 2004
Leslie Armstrong and Tennille Williams

A Public Opinion Survey on Wildland Fire in Grand Canyon National Park
Nancy Eileen Muleady-Mecham, Martha E. Lee, and Brent D. Burch

Ocean Stewardship

Maintaining Unimpaired Ocean Resources and Experiences: A National Park Service Ocean Stewardship Strategy
Gary E. Davis

Seamless Network of Ocean Parks and Marine Sanctuaries: The National Park Service / National Marine Sanctuary Partnership
Bradley W. Barr

The Economics of Marine Protected Areas in the High Seas
Paul Morling

Multiple Attribute Evaluation for National Parks and Protected Areas
Tony Prato

Volume 21, #3 2004

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Mission Statements
Celebrating Wilderness in 2004
Roderick Frazier Nash

An Evaluation of the National Park Service’s Wilderness Program on the 40th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act
Jim Walters

A Conservation Agenda in an Era of Poverty
Steven E. Sanderson

The State of the CESU Network
Gary E. Machlis and Jean E. McKendry

Learning from World Heritage: Lessons from ‘International Preservation & Stewardship of Cultural & Ecological Landscapes of Global Significance,’ the 7th US/ICOMOS International Symposium
Patricia M. O’Donnell

The Natchitoches Declaration on Heritage Landscapes

Volume 21, #2 2004

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Mission Statements
Reading the Earth: From Wonder to Appreciation
Robert Sterling Yard

Intangible Values of Protected Areas

Intangible Values of Protected Areas: What Are They? Why Do They Matter?
David Harmon

Managing the Intangible
Anthony J. English and Ellen Lee

National Parks as Scientific Benchmark Standards for the Biosphere; Or, How Are You Going to Tell How It Used to Be, When There’s Nothing Left to See?
Gary E. Davis, David M. Graber, and Steven A. Acker

Aesthetic Values and Protected Areas: A Story of Symbol Preservation
Eduardo Crespo de Nogueira and Consuelo Martínez Flores

Battling Religions in Parks and Forest Reserves: Facing Religion in Conflicts over Protected Places
Bron Taylor and Joel Geffen

Life and the Nature of Life—in Parks
Holmes Rolston III

Protected Landscapes in Canada: Current Practice and Future Significance
Guy S. Swinnerton and Susan Buggey

Volume 21, #1 2004

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Mission Statements
From Deep History to the Century of the Environment: The National Park Service as Environmental Leader
Edward O. Wilson

Preserving Natural Soundscapes in the U.S. National Park System
Howie Thompson, guest editor

Natural Sounds: An Endangered Species
Marvin Jensen and Howie Thompson

Natural Soundscapes in the National Park System
Marvin Jensen and Howie Thompson

Natural Sounds Impairment
Bob Rossman

Military Overflight Program
Steve Oppermann

Air Tour Management Plan Program
Howie Thompson

Soundscape Studies in National Parks
Skip Ambrose and Shan Burson

For Whom Will the Liberty Bell Toll? From Controversy to Collaboration
Gary B. Nash

Business Models for Protected Areas
Jonathan Meade

Volume 20, #4 2003

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Inside the GWS: Why Should I Join?
Rick Smith

Voices From Durban: Reflections on the 2003 World Parks Congress

“I Feel Roots Here”
Jessica Brown

Parks, Poverty, and the Conservation of Biodiversity
Thomas Cobb

Place-based Ocean Conservation Has Arrived
Gary E. Davis

Listening to Africa
David Harmon

Joining Hands in New Partnerships
Nora Mitchell

Looking Beyond Our Own Lifetimes
Peter Newman

Personal Connections and Politics in Durban
David Ostergren

Balancing Sustainable Development and Ecological Values
David J. Parsons

A Human Ecosystem of Caring
John Reynolds

Protecting and Respecting the Protectors
Rick Smith

From Denali to Durban
Michael J. Tranel

Benefits Beyond Boundaries: Thoughts from the WPC
George N. Wallace

A Time to Celebrate, a Time to Despair
Stephen Woodley

Through the Fog of War in Iraq: Lessons Learned in Heritage Preservation
Ann Hitchcock

Alleviating Multiple Threats to Protected Areas with Adaptive Ecosystem Management: The Case of Waterton–Glacier International Peace Park
Tony Prato

How Attitudes and Values Shape Access to National Parks
Joanna Kafarowski

The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Conservation
Ben A. Minteer and Robert E. Manning

Volume 20, #3 2003

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Mission Statements
Where We Need to Go—Lessons from Septima Clark
Dwight T. Pitcaithley

Science, Emotion, and Advocacy: An Interview with Richard Leakey

The Challenge of Wilderness Stewardship
David J. Parsons and David N. Cole, guest editors

The Challenge of Wilderness Stewardship
David J. Parsons and David N. Cole

Agency Policy and the Resolution of Wilderness Stewardship Dilemmas
David N. Cole

Ecological Restoration in Wilderness: Natural versus Wild in National Park Service Wilderness
David M. Graber

The Challenge of Doing Science in Wilderness: Historical, Legal, and Policy Context
Peter Landres, Judy Alderson, and David J. Parsons

Wolf Handling at Isle Royale: Can We Find Another Approach?
Jack Oelfke, Rolf Peterson, John Vucetich, and Leah Vucetich

Selecting Indicators and Understanding Their Role in Wilderness Experience Stewardship at Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve
Brian Glaspell, Alan Watson, Katie Kneeshaw, and Don Pendergrast

Computer Simulation as a Tool for Developing Alternatives for Managing Crowding at Wilderness Campsites on Isle Royale
Steven R. Lawson, Ann Mayo Kiely, and Robert E. Manning

Cultural Resource Management in National Park Service Wilderness Areas: Conflict or Cooperation?
Gary F. Somers

Securing an Enduring Wilderness in the National Park System: The Role of the National Wilderness Steering Committee
Wes Henry and Steve Ulvi

Volume 20, #2 2003

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Stewardship of Heritage Areas
Brenda Barrett & Nora Mitchell, guest editors

Stewardship of Living Landscapes
Brenda Barrett and Nora Mitchell

Turning Ideas on Their Head: The New Paradigm of Protected Areas
Adrian Phillips

International Models of Protected Landscapes
Brent Mitchell

Roots for the National Heritage Family Tree
Brenda Barrett

Evolution of the Heritage Areas Movement
J. Glenn Eugster

Report from the Field: The Whole is So Much More than the Sum of Its Parts
Laura Gates and Nancy I.M. Morgan

A Vehicle for Conserving and Interpreting Our Recent Industrial Heritage
Constance C. Bodurow

Volume 20, #1 2003

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Protected Areas and Social Justice: The View from South Asia
Ashish Kothari

Our History's History
Robert M. Dunkerly

International Trends in Park Tourism: The Emerging Role of Finance
Paul F.J. Eagles

Changing Approaches to Management at the Tsankawi Mesa of Bandelier National Monument
Michael Kelleher

Volume 19, #4 2002

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The State of the Society: A Report from the GWS President
Bob Krumenaker

Civic Engagement at Sites of Conscience
Martin Blatt, guest editor

Introduction: The National Park Service and Civic Engagement
Martin Blatt

Interpreting Slavery and Civil Rights at Fort Sumter
John Tucker

Frankly, Scarlett, We Do Give A Damn: The Making of a New National Park
Laura Gates

Civic Engagement with the Community at Washita Battlefield National Historic Site
Sarah Craighead

The National Park Service: Groveling Sycophant or Social Conscience? Telling the Story of Mountains, Valley, and Barbed Wire at Manzanar National Historic Site
Frank Hays

Activating the Past for Civic Action: The International Coalition of Historic Site Museums of Conscience
Liz Sevcenko

Dialogue Between Continents: Civic Engagement and the Gulag Museum at Perm-36, Russia
Louis P. Hutchins and Gay E. Vietzke

Volume 19, #3 2002

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World Heritage: Thirty Years of U.S. Participation
Gustavo Araoz

Improving Protected Area Management in Lithuania: A View from Overseas
Gintaras Matiukas, James P. Lassoie, and Daniel J. Decker

The Commemoration of Northern Aboriginal Peoples by the Canadian Government
David Neufeld

Crossing Boundaries: Interpreting Resource-Related Issues
Cynthia MacLeod

Native Americans, the Earliest Interpreters: What is Known About Their Legends and Stories of Yellowstone National Park and the Complexities of Interpreting Them
Lee H. Whittlesey

Exploiting the Human Need for Nature for Successful Protected Area Management
Ross J. Chapman

Forest and Tree Conservation Through Metaphysical Constraints
Lawrence S. Hamilton

Volume 19, #2 2002

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Once Again, Why Public Parks?
Maurice H. Schwartz, guest editor

The Many Values of Public Parks
Maurice H. Schwartz

Origins of Fully Funded Public Parks
John W. Henneberger

Recreational Values of Public Parks
Robert Manning and Thomas More

The Economic Foundations of Public Parks
Thomas Michael Power

Why Urban Parks: A Matter of Equity?
Heath Schenker

The Meaning of Nature: Wilderness, Wildlife, and Ecological Values in the National Parks
James A. Pritchard

The Value of Historic and Cultural Resources in Public Parks
Ross M. Kimmel

Scientific Values of Public Parks
David Graber

Why National Parks?
Alfred Runte

State Parks: The Backbone
James Dunmyer

Management of Resources-Based Tourism at Tikal National Park in Northern Guatemala
Ikuko Fujisaki

Volume 19, #1 2002

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Applied Geography
Leslie Armstrong, guest editor

Editor’s Note: A Sense of Place
Leslie Armstrong

Underwater Parks: Three Case Studies, and a Primer on Marine Boundary Issues
Robert E. Johnson and Leland F. Thormahlen

The Use of Geographic Information for Fire Management Planning in Yosemite National Park
Jan W. van Wagtendonk, Kent W. van Wagtendonk, Joseph B. Meyer, and Kara J. Paintner

Using Global Positioning System and Geographic Information System Tools in the Rehabilitation of Cultural Landscapes: Gettysburg’s Codori Farm Lane Project
Curt Musselman

Mapping Historic Preservation Legislation
John J. Knoerl and Marisa Zoller

Integrating GIS and Traditional Databases with MapObjects Technology
Danielle Berman

More than a Database: Integrating GIS Data with the Boston Harbor Islands Visitor Carrying Capacity Study
Yu-Fai Leung, Nigel Shaw, Keith Johnson, and Roland Duhaime

The Success of Planning Partnerships: Three National Park Service Case Studies
Ronald W. Johnson

The Hair of the Dog that Bit You: Using Special Events to Help Understand and Manage Their Impacts—A Case Study of Crissy Field, Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Gregory Paynter Shine

Volume 18, #4 2001

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Using Numbers that Count: Information or Revelation?
Mark R. Peterson

A Dialogue on the Natural Resource Challenge
Dale B. Engquist

Protecting Dark Skies
Joe Sovick, guest editor

Toward an Appreciation of the Dark Night Sky
Joe Sovick

The Value of Dark Skies and of High-Quality Night Lighting—Building Public Awareness
Elizabeth M. Alvarez del Castillo and David L. Crawford

The Ultimate Cultural Resource?
Jerry Rogers and Joe Sovick

Preserving Pristine Night Skies in National Parks and the Wilderness Ethic
Dan Duriscoe

Let There Be Dark: The National Park Service and the New Mexico Night Sky Protection Act
Jerry Rogers and Joe Sovick

Visual Estimations of Night Sky Brightness
Chadwick A. Moore

Modeling Light Pollution from Population Data and Implications for National Park Service Lands
Steve Albers and Dan Duriscoe

Stargazing—A Driving Force in Ecotourism at Cherry Springs State Park
Thom Bemus

Chaco’s Night Lights
Brad Shattuck and G. B. Cornucopia

Light Pollution and Marine Turtle Hatchlings: The Straw that Breaks the Camel’s Back?
Mark Nicholas

Yellowstone by Night
Lynn Chan and Eleanor Clark

Volume 18, #3 2001

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A Tribute to Robert Belous
William E. Brown

Crossing Boundaries in Managing Recreational Use of National Parks and Related Areas
Robert Manning, guest editor

Introduction: Crossing Boundaries in Managing Recreational Use of National Parks and Related Areas
Robert Manning

Crossing Experiential Boundaries: Visitor Preferences Regarding Tradeoffs Among Social, Resource, and Managerial Attributes of the Denali Wilderness Experience
Steven Lawson and Robert Manning

Integrating Resource, Social, and Managerial Indicators of Quality into Carrying Capacity Decision-Making
Peter Newman, Jeff Marion, and Kerri Cahill

Managing National Parks in a Multi-Cultural Society: Searching for Common Ground
Myron Floyd

Bridging the Gap: Integrating Subsistence Issues into Indicator-Based Recreation Planning
Daniel Laven, Robert Manning, Darryll Johnson, and Mark Vande Kamp

Norm Stability: A Longitudinal Analysis of Crowding and Related Norms in the Wilderness of Denali National Park and Preserve
James Bacon, Robert Manning, Darryll Johnson, and Mark Vande Kamp

Crossing Methodological Boundaries: Assessing Visitor Motivations and Support for Management Actions at Yellowstone National Park Using Quantitative and Qualitative Research Approaches
William Borrie, Wayne Freimund, Mae Davenport, and Robert Manning

Thinking and Acting Regionally: Toward Better Decisions About Appropriate Conditions, Standards, and Restrictions on Recreation Use
Steven McCool and David Cole

Diversity in Outdoor Recreation: Planning and Managing a Spectrum of Visitor Opportunities In and Among Parks
Cynthia Warzecha, Robert Manning, David Lime, and Wayne Freimund

Conserving Recreation Diversity: Collaborating Across Boundaries
Glenn Haas

Crossing Programmatic Boundaries: Toward a More Integrated Approach to Planning and Managing the Visitor Experience
Megha Budruk, Daniel Laven, Robert Manning, William Valliere, and Marilyn Hof

Volume 18, #2 2001

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Thoughts on the Arctic Refuge's Future
William E. Brown

The Human Element
Roger Kennedy

The U.S. National Amphibian Research and Monitoring Initiative and the Role of Protected Areas
Russell J. Hall and Catherine A. Langtimm

Searching for Biological Specimens from Midwestern Parks: Pitfalls and Solutions
James P. Bennett

Protected Areas in East Asia: An Overview and Two Case Studies

Twenty-first Century Strategies for Protected Areas in East Asia
David Sheppard

Establishing Protected Areas in the Philippines: Emerging Trends, Challenges, and Prospects
Rafael G. Senga

Conservation of Protected Areas in Thailand: The Case of Khao Yai National Park
Pakkawadee Panusittikorn and Tony Prato

Volume 18, #1 2001

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A Second Century of Stewardship: Mission 2016
John Donahue

Wilderness and Natural Resource Management in the NPS: Another View
Bob Krumenaker

Sizes of Canadian National Parks and the Viability of Large Mammal Populations: Policy Implications
Martine Landry, Vernon G. Thomas, and Thomas D. Nudds

The Taking of the Gettysburg Tower
John Latschar

The War for the Future: Mountain Bikes and Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Hal K. Rothman

The Zapovedniks of Russia
Natalia Danilina

Consuming Nature: The Uneasy Relationship between Technology, Outdoor Recreation, and Protected Areas
John Shultis

Ecological Studies of Bison in the Greater Yellowstone Area: Development and Implementation
Peter J.P. Gogan, John A. Mack, Wayne G. Brewster, Edward M. Olexa, and Wendy E. Clark

Volume 17, #4 2000

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The Path Not Taken: National Park Service
Richard West Sellars

Celebrating George Wright: A Retrospective on the 20th Anniversary of the GWS

George Wright’s Vision: What Does It Mean Today?
David Harmon

A Personal Tribute
Pamela Wright Lloyd

George Melendez Wright, 1904-1936: A Voice on the Wing
Jerry Emory and Pamela Wright Lloyd

The Significance of George Wright
Richard West Sellars

A Summary List of George Wright’s Field Notes
Compiled by Jerry Emory

A George Wright Bibliography
Compiled by Jerry Emory

The Magic Window
George M. Wright

Mosquitoes and Public Health: Protecting a Resource in the Face of PublicFear
Constantine J. Dillon

Ah! Wilderness
William E. Brown

Volume 17, #3 2000

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The Role of Inventory in Resource Stewardship
William R. Supernaugh

The State of State Parks
Maurice H. Schwartz, guest editor

Our State Parks
Maurice H. Schwartz

State Park Beginnings
John Henneberger

Integrating Cultural and Natural History in State Park Management
Rebecca Conard and Michael Carrier

Building a Constituency for State Parks: The Missouri Experience
Susan Flader

The Implications of Sponsorship for State Park Management
Rick Barton

The Design and Value of Service Learning Partnerships in State Parks
Michael A Reiter, James P. Eagleman, and Jenna Luckenbaugh

News from the State Park Directors
Glen D. Alexander

Challenges Facing State Parks
Paul Pritchard

Estimating the Tourism Volume and Value in Protected Areas in Canada and the USA
Paul F. J. Eagles, Daniel MvLean, and Mike J. Stabler

Conservation of the Sea Using Lessons from the Land
Bradley W. Barr and James Lindholm

Volume 17, #2 2000

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The Yellowstone Genetic Reservoir—Quandaries and Consequences of Exotic Introduction in Yellowstone National Park: A Conversation Between A Science Person and a Humanities Person
Paul Schullery and John D. Varley

Taking Stock: Changing Ideas and Visions for Parks
Paul M. Bray, guest editor

Taking Stock
Paul M. Bray

Park, Forest, and Wilderness
Ethan Carr

From Management to Stewardship: The Making and Remaking of the U.S. National Park System
Rolf Diamant

Postcards from Home
Judith M. LaBelle

Parks for the Future: A European Perspective
Roberto Gambino

The Evolving Shift in Protected Area Thought and Practices
J. Gordon Nelson and Lucy M. Sportza

Conservation Without Frontiers: The Global View
David Sheppard

Conservation Area Network in the Southern Appalachians
Hugh Irwin and Susan Andrew

Resource Protection in the World's Largest Urban Park: A Model for Partnership Between Parks, Higher Education, and the Community
Steven E James and Tim Martin

Legislative Practice and Nature Protection in Russia's Kola Peninsula
Sergey Shestakov and Valery Barcan

Volume 17, #1 2000

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The Great Transition
William E. Brown

Landscape Stewardship: New Directions in Conservation of Nature and Culture
Jessica Brown, Nora Mitchell, and Fausto Sarmiento, guest editors

Jessica Brown, Nora Mitchell, and Fausto O. Sarmiento

Protected Landscapes: A Conservation Model for the 21st Century
Michael Beresford and Adrian Phillips

World Heritage Cultural Landscapes
Mechtild Rossler

Protected Landscapes and Cultural Landscapes: Taking Advantage of Diverse Approaches
Nora Mitchell and Susan Buggey

From the Caribbean to the Pacific: Community Conservation in Small Island States
Giles Romulus and P.H.C. Lucas

Andean Stewardship: Tradition Linking Nature and Culture in Protected Landscapes of the Andes
Fausto O. Sarmiento, Guillermo Rodriguez, Miriam Torres, Alejandro Argumedo, Mireya Munoz, and Jack Rodriguez

The Stewardship Approach and its Relevance for Protected Landscapes
Jessica Brown and Brent Mitchell

Prioritizing the Research and Monitoring Needs of Terrestrial Mammals in National Parks
Lisa Kay Garrett and R. Gerald Wright

Books in Brief
Reviewed by David Harmon

Volume 16, #4 1999

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The USNPS Natural Resource Challenge: It's Not About Money, It's About Priorities
Karen P. Wade

Archaeology and the National Park Idea: Challenges for Management and Interpretation
John H. Jameson, Jr., guest editor

John H. Jameson, Jr.

Loving it to Death: The Gran Pajaten Predicament
Warren B. Church

The Battle for Sydney Harbour
Denis Gojak

Management Strategies and the Component of Indigenous Sacred Places: The Dreaming and Aboriginal Involvement in Site Management within Northern Territory National Parks, Australia
Ken Mulvaney

Expanding Horizons: Environmental and Cultural Values within Natural Boundaries
Judith Powell

Archaeology and Rocky Mountain Ecosystem Management: Theory and Practice
Martin Magne

History, Politics and Culture: Archaeology and Interpretation in British National Parks
Harold Mytum

The Genius of the Place: Managing a "Mini-National Park" at Bede's World
Peter Fowler and Miriam Harte

Developing a Management Plan for the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site
Mation Blockley

Reinterpreting the Cultural Landscape of Chalmette Battlefield: Landscape Management Strategies for Parks with Multiple Layers of History
Kevin Risk

Volume 16, #3 1999

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The National Park Service's Management Policy in the 21st Century
Ruthann Knudson, guest editor

Introduction: Recommitting to Stewardship
Michael A. Soukup

National Park Service Management Policies for the National Park System
John G. Dennis

Interpreting Wildlife Management Policy to Meet Individual Park Needs
William R. Supernaugh

Wild Life is More than Wildlife: Policy for Other Animals in the National Parks
Michael A. Ruggiero

Wildlife Management in an Ecosystem Context: The Role of Vegetation in Management and Policies
Linda L. Wallace

Using the Past to Shape National Park Service Policy for Wild Life
Ruthann Knudson

Values, Science, and Policy: How Best to Serve the National Parks
Frederic H. Wagner

Absolutely American and Absolutely Democratic: National Parks and Policy Change
John C. Freemuth

The Partnership Between Park Wild Life Management Policy and Landscape Wild Life Management Policy: How Shall We Then Manage?
William L. Halvorson and Chris Eastin

Key Differences in Thought in Science and Values Regarding National Park Service Wildlife Management Policies
Thomas M. Franklin

Volume 16, #2 1999

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The Four R's as an Rx for the Andes... and Elsewhere?
Lawrence S. Hamilton

Measuring Up Responsibly: Assessing Protected Areas Through State of Environment Reporting and Indicators
Ed B. Wiken, guest editor

Overview: The Importance and Principles of State of Ecosystems Reporting and Indicators
Ed B. Wiken

Continental Focus—Reporting on North America: Continental Connection
Irene Pisanty-Baruch, Jane Barr, ed B. Wiken, and David A. Gauthier

National Focus—Reporting Indicators for Protected Areas and Ecosystems: A Natural Perspective
Anthony M. Turner, Ed B. Wiken, and Nikita Lopoukhine

Regional Sector Focus—Reporting on Macro-Ecosystems: The Great Plains of North America
David A Gauthier and Ed B. Wiken

Resource Sector Focus—Reporting and Indicators: Mechanisms in Ecologically Sustaining the Forested Sector
Judy Loo and Harry Hirvonen

A Private Affair: Nature Reserves in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
G.W. Burnett and Ingrid Schneider

Why Don't Parks and Sanctuaries Protect Marine Fish Too?
Gary E. Davis

Volume 16, #1 1999

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Fuzzy Logic and National Park Service Policy
R. Gerald Wright

The New Research Mandate for America's National Park System: Where It Came From and What It Could Mean
David Harmon

The Chesapeake Bay Program: Science, Politics, and Policy
Kent Mountford, Charles D. Rafkind, and John Donahue, guest editors

The Chesapeake Bay: Nature in the Cultural Environment and Cultural History in the Natural Environment
Kent Mountford

George Washington Birthplace National Monument: A Chesapeake Bay Park—Or, Why Study Nature in the Cultural Environment?
John Donahue

The Chesapeake Bay Program: Its Origins and Significance
William Matuszeski

Rhinos and Tigers and Bays (Oh My!), and Other Congressional Tales
Peter J. Marx

Local Reins on a Sprawling Land
Gary G. Allen and Susan N. Hall

Bringing Back the Bay: The Role of Science in Making Policy
Jack Greer

Chesapeake Information Management System and the World Wide Web
Lowell Bahner

The National Park Service: Filling Our Roles in the Chesapeake Bay Program
Robert D. Campbell

One Park and the Chesapeake Bay: The Colonial Experience
Charles D. Rafkind

Volume 15, #4 1998

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2000: The Year of Maryland State Parks --- and Beyond?
Maurice H. Schwartz

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Reflections on Six Years with the GWS Board
Jonathan B. Jarvis

The New Research Mandate for the U.S. National Parks

National Park Omnibus Management Act of 1998: Title II—National Park System Resource Inventory and Management

Historical Perspectives on Science and Management in Yellowstone National Park
Susan Rhoades Neel & Paul Schullery, guest editors

Susan Rhoades Neel & Paul Schullery

Preserving the Beasts of Waste and Desolation: Theodore Roosevelt and Predator Control in Yellowstone Park
Jeremy Johnston

Charles C. Adams and Early Ecological Rationales for Yellowstone National Park, 1916-1941
James Prtichard

The War Against Blister Rust in Yellowstone National Park, 1945-1978
Katherine C. Kendall and Jennifer M. Asebrook

A Public Face for Science: A Starker Leopold and the Leopold Report
Kiki Leigh Rydell

Close Cousins Consider Landscapes: Comparative Notes on Cultural Landscape Work in Australia and the United States
Jillian Cowley

Volume 15, #3 1998

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WCPA News: Raising the profile of Protected Areas in the Convention on Biological Diversity

Protected Areas: Making the Global Connection
Debra Clausen, guest editor

Protected Areas Networks Coordinate Conservation of Shared Resources
Debra Clausen

A Global Representative System of marine Protected Areas
Graeme Kelleher

Shorebird Conservation: Protecting Habitats for Hemispheric Migrants
Jim Corven

The Shorebird Sister Schools Program
Heather Johnson

A Circumpolar Protected Areas Network for Conserving Biological Diversity
Leslie Kerr and Finn Kateras

The Mountain Protected Areas Network
Lawerence S. Hamilton

The World Commission on Protected Areas: A Network of Professional Expertise
David Sheppard

Sacred Grounds: Preserving America's Civil War Heritage (Part 2 of 2)
Joseph E. Brent & William H. Mulligan, Jr., guest editors

Thousand-Mile Front: Civil War in the Lower Mississippi Valley
Sharon A. Calcote

Bilateral Resource Management and Development: The Illinois-Kentucky Civil War Heritage Trail
Stephen A. Thompson

Interpretation and Preservation of Civil War Sites: Two Case Studies from West Kentucky
William H. Mulligan, Jr.

Preserving Mississippi's Civil War Heritage
Terrence F. Winschel

Yellowstone's Creation Myth
Lee Whittlesey and Paul Schullery

Volume 15, #2 1998

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Protected Areas Networks Coordinate Conservation of Shared Resources
Brain C. Kenner

Learning from the Italian Park Experience
Paul M. Bray, guest editor

Italian Park and Protected Area Experience and Twinning
Paul M. Bray

Ideas from Overseas: American Preservation and Italian Restoration
Marcus Hall

Parks and Protected Areas in Italy: An Overview
Roberto Gambino

Italy's Leap Forward in Nature Protection Legislation
James Sievert

From the National Park to Regional Systems of Linked National Parks and Protected Areas
Franco Tassi

The Parco Artistic, Naturale e Culturale della Val d'Orica
Vieri Quilici

Sacred Grounds: Preserving America's Civil War Heritage (Part 1 of 2)
Joseph E. Brant & William H. Mulligan, Jr., guest editors

Joseph E Brent and William H. Mulligan, Jr.

The American Battlefield Protection Program: Forging Preservation partnerships at Historic Battlefields
Tanya M. Gossett

Preserving Kentucky's Civil Wr Sites: Grassroots Efforts and Statewide Leadership
Joseph E. Brent

The Making of the "Lee's Retreat" Driving Tour
Chris Calkins

Book Review: Places of Quiet Beauty: Parks, Preserves, and Environmentalism, by Rebecca Conrad
Reviewed by Ron Cockrell

Volume 15, #1 1998

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"To Provide for the Enjoyment": Recreation Management in the National Parks
Robert E. Manning

The Business Connection
Maurice H. Schwartz, guest editor

The Business Connection: An Introduction
Maurice H. Schwartz

The Foundations of the National Parks: Ideals and Realities
Alfred Runte

The Economic Role of America's National Parks: Moving Beyond a Tourist Perspective
Thomas Michael Power

The Business of Parks
T. Destry Jarvis

The Management Implications of Revenue Parks
Rick Barton

A Walk in the Park: Fee or Free?
Shane Miller

NPS and the $300,000 Privy: A Parable for Management
Phil Voorhees and Eileen Woodford

In Praise of Platt—Or, What is a 'Real' National Park?
Jacilee Wray and Alexa Roberts

Volume 14, #4 1997

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"Finding Value in Creatures Great and Small: Just Another Year in Yellowstone National Park"
Charles C. Chester

The Cape Town Declaration on "Parks for Peace"
The International Conference on Transboundary Protected Areas

Durward L. Allen, 1910-1997: An Appreciation
Rolf O. Peterson

A Report from the Second World Congress of the International Ranger Federation
Bill Halainen

2000, The Year of the Parks: An Open Letter to President Clinton
Maurice H. Schwartz

The National Conference on State Parks: Reflections on Organizational Genealogy
Rebecca Conard

Natural Resource Interpretation and Conservation Education in a Global Society
Jayne H. Tardona & Daniel R. Tardona

Assessing the Ecosystem Management Program of St. Lawrence Islands National Park, Ontario, Canada
William R. Stephenson & Paul Zorn

Human Dimensions Research Needs in Uganda's Kibale National Park
Stephen E. Whitesell, Olive Kyampaire & Robert J. Lilieholm

Francis Bacon: Prophet of the Modern Park
John W. Henneberger

Volume 14, #3 1997

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"Protected Areas, Science, and the 21st Century"
John F. Reynolds & Christine Schonewald

Latin American Mountain Protected Areas
Fausto O. Sarmiento, guest editor

Latin American Mountain Protected Areas: An Introduction
Fausto O. Sarmiento

Discovering the Lost World: Canaima National Park and World Heritage Site, Venezuela
Christopher F. Sharpe & Iokine Rodriguez

Advances in the Management of Recreational Use of Huascaran National Park, Peru
Miriam Edith Torres Angeles

The Lakes in Andean Protected Areas of Ecuador
Miriam Steinitz-Kannan

Land Use Changes Directed Towards Sustainable Development in Forest Reserve, Costa Rica
Marten Kappelle & Marta E. Juarez

The Rio Abiseo National Park, Peru
Adrian Mendoza Ocampo & Anselmo Lozano Calderon

The Quijos River Valley: A Protected Landscape as Best Management Practice for Conservation and Development in Tropandean Ecuador
Fausto O. Sarmiento

Environmental Values and Ethics in the Kola Peninsula, Russia
Valery Barcan

Land Ownership and Park Management: A Note on the Experience of Tatra National Park, Slovak Republic
Vlado Vancura

"America's Best Idea": A Review of Preserving Nature in the National Parks: A History, by Richard West Sellars
Gary E. Davis

Volume 14, #2 1997

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Biosphere Reserves and the "American Land Sovereignty Protection Act"
V.C. Gilbert

Statement of the George Wright Society on H.R. 901, the "American Land Sovereignty Protection Act"

Planning to Expand Systems of Protected Areas in North America: Comparing Practice in Three Countries and Assessing its Importance
Michael McCloskey

International Standards in Establishing National Parks and Other Protected Areas
Adrian Phillips & Jeremy Harrison

Estimated Economic Impacts of the 1995-1996 U.S. National Park Shutdowns
Adam Charles Mednick

The Cave Creek Tragedy: Of Cutbacks, Budgets, and Management
Keith Dewar

Volume 14, #1 1997

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Between Jihad and McWorld: Parks and the Question of National Identity
David Harmon

Wildlife in Parks: Policy Philosophy, and Politics
John Donahue, guest editor

John Donahue

Managing Wildlife in the Parks: The Legal Basis
Frank Buono

Wildlife Management in America's National Parks: Preparing for the Next Century
Dan E. Huff

Our National Park Policy: Some Thoughts on Politics and the Role of Science
John Freemuth

Embracing Human Values in National Park Management 
Allen T. Ruthberg & Wayne Pacelle

Wildlife in the Parks: Policy, Philosophy, and Politics
John Donahue

Mitigating Effects to Battlefield Landscapes: A National Park Service - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Partnership
Noel G. Harrison

Developing a Business Approach to Protected Areas Management
Neil Munro

Book Review: Science and Ecosystem Management in the National Parks
Ronald D. Hiebert

Volume 13, #4 1996

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Trends in International Conservation: Lessons for North American Protected Areas
Rick Smith

American Indian Private Religious Preserves on Public Lands: The Legal Issues
Frank Buono

A Campaign for Cloud Forests: Unique and Valuable Ecosystems at Risk
Lawrence S. Hamilton

Parks for People: A Case Study from the Air Mountains of Niger
John E. Newby

Corridors in a Regional Conservation Plan: A Commentary on the Use of Corridors Using the Greater Georgian Bay Ecosystem as a Model
Yolanda Wiersma

A New Perspective in Strategic Planning: The Great Smokey Mountains Experience
Carroll F. Schell & Karen P. Wade

Reaching the Real Public in the Public Involvement Process: Practical Lessons in Ecosystem Management
John D. Varley & Paul Schullery

Volume 13, #3 1996

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Letter from Gustavus
Islands of Hope - Now More Than Ever
William E. Brown

Take Back Our Language
Jean Matthews

A Report from Moscow: A New Environmental Education Center for Russia
Natalia Danilina

Wildlife Management in the National Park System: The Self-Regulation Theory Revisited - Report from the ESA Conference
R. Gerald Wright

Voices of the New West: The National Park Service in the 20th Century
Art Gómez, guest editor

Editor's Preface
Art Gomez

The National Park Service and the American West: New Voices, New Missions, New History
Michael E. Welsh

The New Western History and the National Parks
Richard White

Land of Constant Change: Uncle Sam and the Town Dweller Settle the West
Duane A. Smith

The National Park Service Restructuring: A Perspective
Jerry L. Rogers

The Future of the NPS History Program
Dwight T. Pitcaithley

Reforming Public Land Management with New Incentives
Randal O'Toole

The Public Lands and the National Heritage
Charles F. Wilkinson

Volume 13, #2 1996

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Letter from Gustavus
The Will to Live in a Livable Future
William E. Brown

Values, Ethics, and Public Lands
Robert E. Manning, guest editor

Robert E. Manning

Shifting and Expanding Forest Values: The Case of the U.S. National Forests
David N. Bengston and Zhi Xu

Environmental Values and Ethics: An Empirical Study of the Philosophical Foundations for Park Policy
Robert E. Manning, William A. Valliere, & Ben A. Minteer

Should Wilderness Areas Become Biodiversity Reserves?
F. Baird Callicott

Beyond Preservation
Max Oelschlaeger

Rethinking Place, Reinventing Nature: An Environmental Justice Perspective on Managing the Public Lands
Robert Gottlieb & Louis Blumberg

Encouraging Environmental Care: A Code of Ethics for Short Hills Provincial Park
Ingrid Leman Stefanovic

A Wilderness Ethic for the Age of Cyberspace
Roderick Frazier Nash

Volume 13, #1 1996

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Letter from Gustavus
Nature and Culture in Historic Landscapes
William E. Brown

Balancing Nature and Culture in Historic Landscapes
Charles A. Birnbaum & Sandra L. Tallant, guest editors

Guest Editors' Preface
Charles A. Birnbaum & Sandra L. Tallant

The Twentieth-Century Landscape Park
Ethan Carr

Moving Towards the Middle in a World of Extremes - Nature and Culture in Historic Landscapes
Robert Z. Melnick

Is Landscape Preservation an Oxymoron?
Robert E. Cook

The Nature of Culture and the Culture of Nature
John Dixon Hunt

Master Plan for Renewing Louisville Kentucky's Olmsted Parks and Parksway - A Guide to Sustainable Landscape Management
Rolf Sauer

Integrating Cultural and Natural Landscape Values in Louisville's Olmsted Parks and Parkways
Patricia M. O'Donnell

Balancing Nature and Culture in Historic Landscapes - A Listing of Sessions and Papers

Volume 12, #4 1995

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Letter from Gustavus
Using Cost-Benefit Analysis to Our Advantage
William E. Brown

Report from Zakopane: The First World Ranger Congress
Bill Halainen

Managing Long-Term Ecological Monitoring Programs in the U.S. National Park Service: Beyond the Science
David A. Haskell

National Parks in the United States: An Overview of Current Conditions
John Reynolds

Natural Protected Areas in Mexico 
Ramon Perez Gil Salcido

Hunting as a Tool for Wildlife Management 
Greg de Nevers & Huey Johnson

Protected Areas and the Bioregional Management Challenge
Kenton R. Miller & Nels Johnson

Selected Excerpts Related to Science and Management from the CNPPA-NA Draft Regional Action Plan

Volume 12, #3 1995

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The Pursuit of Sustainability: Joining Science and Public Choice
George H. Stankey

Dealing with In-Park Controversy Surrounding Resources Management Programs: A Case Study of the Island Fox Monitoring Program at Channel Islands National Park
Timothy J. Coonan and Catherin A. Schwemm

Visualization in Decision-Support Systems: A Proposal for the New River Gorge National River
Michael L. O'Brien, patrick A. Miller, Lee R. Skabelund, and Claudia G. Phillips

The Visitor Experience and Resource Protection (VERP) Process: The Application of Carrying Capacity to Arches National Park
Robert E. Manning, David W. Lime, Marilyn Hof, and Wayne A. Freimund

Coping with Change: People, Forests, and Biodiversity
Jeffery A. McNeely

Volume 12, #2 1995

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Letter from Gustavus
William E. Brown

Interpretation and the Four Estates
James B. Thompson and James A. Mack

Cultural Resources Protection and Oil Spill Mitigation After the Exxon Valdez Disaster
Rick S. Kurtz

Report from Portland: The 8th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands

The Sense of the Conference
William E. Brown

Some Thoughts About Caring for the Parks and the Land
Roger Kennedy

Some Thoughts About "Some Thoughts About...."
Jean Matthews

Parks and Reserves in a Re-emerging Russia

Forging the National Park Concept in the Russian Federation
David Haskell

Two Memoirs of Life and Work in a Far Eastern Russian Reserve
Victoria Churikova and Valery Druzjaka

Research in the Lapland Biosphere Reserve
Valery Barcan

Volume 12, #1 1995

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Letter from Gustavus
A New Raid on the Tongass
William E. Brown

The Greater Fundy Ecosystem Project: Toward Ecosystem Management
Stephen Woodley and Bill Freedman

Naming and Knowing an Ecuadorian Landscape: A Case Study of the Maquipucuna Reserve
Fausto O. Sarmiento

Toward an Inventory of North American Protected Areas

Introduction and Comment

North American Protected Areas: An Ecological Approach to Reporting and Analysis
Ed B. Wiken and Kenneth Lawton

Ecoregions: A Framework for Managing Ecosystems
James M. Omernik

Explanation of the Front-Cover Map: Draft Level I Ecological Regions of North America

Archeological Overviews: The Southwest Division Overview and the Central and Northern Plains Overview and Their Use in Historic Preservation
Thomas J. Green and W. Frederick Limp

Keweenaw National Historical Park: Nationally Significant or a "Slab of Pork"? — A Rebuttal to National Parks Compromised
William O. Fink

A Reply to William O. Fink
James M. Ridenour

Volume 11, #4 1994

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Letter from Gustavus
The One Sure Line
William E. Brown

Proposal for a National Park Institute: A Call for Interest
Gary E. Davis

The "Status of Protected Areas in North America" Project: A Introductory Note
Ed Wiken, Tony Olsen, and Miguel Esquiha-Zamora

Three Views of the Wild on the 30th Anniversary of The Wilderness Act

The Wildlands Project: A Vision for Life
James R. Strittholt

Building a Wilderness Recovery Network
Reed F. Noss

Wilderness, Myth, and American Character
Marvin Henberg

Remembering Abraham Lincoln: History and Myth
Richard West Sellars

Parks for Life: Action for Protected Areas in Europe
Adrian Phillips

Volume 11, #3 1994

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Letter from Gustavus
While Rome Burns
William E. Brown

Population Growth, Demographic Change, and the Future of Protected Areas


The Long View: Population-Environment Dynamics in Historical Perspective
Gayl D. Ness

Sharing the Earth: Case Studies on Population, Wildlife, and the Environment
Patricia Waak-Strom

Linking Community Programs in Environment to Programs in Population: Towards Sustainable Communities that Sustain Sanctuaries
Richard P. Cincotta

Population Growth, Demographic Change, and Cultural Landscapes
Graham Woodgate and Colin Sage

Sustaining the Wild equals Sustaining the World
Gaylord Nelson

Protected Area Deforestation in South Sumatra, Indonesia
Steven R. Brechin, Surya Chandra Surapaty, Laurel Heydir, and Eddy Roflin

The Mexico-USA Border Region: The Filling of an Empty Land
Glen Kaye

Protected Lands, Population Growth, and Women's Lives: A Proposed Agenda for Action
Robert Engelman

The Future of Protected Areas in a Crowded World
David Harmon and Steven R. Brechin

Volume 11, #2 1994

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Letter from Gustavus
William E. Brown

Preservation and Interpretation of Historic Sites, Landscapes, and Environments
William H. Mulligan, Jr., guest editor

William H. Mulligan, Jr.

Rethinking Labor History: The West Virginia/Virginia Coal Mining Industry
Harry A Butowsky

The Opana Radar Site
Harry A Butowsky

Mr. Lincoln's Neighbors: Historic Preservation/Restoration in the Lincoln Home National Historic Site
Craig Alan Drone

The Fort Valley Experiment Station and Its Preservation
Susan Deaver Olderding

Go Learn It on the Mountain: An Interpretive Agenda for New Hampshire's Tallest Peak
Parker B. Potter, Jr. and Nancy Jo Chabot

Poem: With Ridiculous Caution
Susan Stevens

Computers and Preservation: Meeting the Challenges of the 1990s
Dana B. Supernowicz and E. Steve McNiel

Women's Work: Finding Significance at the Local Level
Rebecca Yamin

Volume 11, #1 1994

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Letter from Gustavus
William E. Brown

Dubrovnik's Old City: The Destruction of a World Heritage Cultural Site
UNESCO, Institute for the Protection of the Cultural Monuments and Natural Environment of Dubrovnik, and Institute for the Rehabilitation of Dubrovnik

Bird Checklists: A Review and Guidelines
Ro Wauer

Overcoming Political and Administrative Barriers to Effective Protected Areas Management
Bruce Davis

From New Perspectives to Ecosystem Management
William E. Shands, Ann Black, and Jim Giltmier

The Wilderness Act of 1964: Its Relationship to the NPS Organic Act
Frank Buono

Heritage or Millstone? A Review of the Relevance of Historic Landscapes to Sustainable Management in New Zealand Today
Valerie G. Kirby

Volume 10, #4 1993

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Letter from Gustavus
Leading the World to Sustainability
William E. Brown

Sustainability, Respect, and Responsibility
Joseph C. Dunstan, Katherine L. Jope & Geoffrey M. Swan, guest editors

Why Sustainability?
Joseph C. Dunstan, Katherine L. Jope, and Geoffrey M. Swan

Some Thoughts on Sustainability
Edwin P. Pister

Sustainability in Historical-Philosophical Perspective
J. Baird Callicott

A Sustainable Society: What Is It? How Do We Get There?
Stephen Viederman

Sustainability, Natural Law, and the "Real World"
Gary K. Meffe

What on Earth are We Doing?
USNPS Denver Service Center

Integrated Bioclimatic Architecture
Javier Barba

Strengthening the "Ability" of Sustainability: A Personal Perspective on Motivations and Sustainable Design
Joan Hirschman

Balancing Management Goals for Ecological Systems on a Sustainable Basis: An Analysis of the Pacific Northwest Timber Dispute
David K. Cox, Val R. Beasley, and Paul W. Andrews

Sustainable Design and the U.S. National Park Service
John J. Reynolds

Sustainable Tourism in the Nature and National Parks of Europe
John Anfield

A Science Agenda and Strategy for the U.S. National Biological Survey
Gary E. Davis

Is the USNPS Ready for Science?
David A. Haskell

Volume 10, #3 1993

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Letter from Gustavus
An Open Letter on ANILCA
William E. Brown

Wading into the NBS Pool
Robert M. Linn and David Harmon

Fisheries Resource Management Issues and Policies, Interpretation-and the USNPS Mission
Daniel R. Tardona and Jayne Tardona

U.S. National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring: A California Park Perspective
Judd A. Howell

Can Wildlife Pay for Itself?
Martin Holdgate

What We've Learned About GIS: One Park's Experience in the World of Geographic Information Systems
Chuck Rafkind, Hugh Devine, John Karish, and Patti Dienna

The Rise and Decline of Ecological Attitudes in National Park Management: Part III (Conclusion)
Richard West Sellars

Volume 10, #2 1993

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Lessons of the Past — Foundations for the Future
John Donahue, guest editor

John Donahue

Fountains of Life
John Donahue

A Letter from Friendship Hill
Roger Kennedy

Ecosystem Management: The Relationship Among Science, Land Managers, and the Public
John Freemuth and R. McGreggor Cawley

Related Lands and the U.S. National Park Service
James W. Cloeman, Jr.

Thinning the Blood - Another Myth
Frank Buono

The Evolution of Wildlife Management Ethics: From Human-Centered to Humane
Wayne Pacelle

Wildlife Management Technology
Jay F. Kirkpatrick

Sustainable Forestry
Elizabeth Estill and Miles Hemstrom

Pushing the Limits of Boundaries
Joseph C. Dunstan and Katherine L. Jope

The Rise and Decline of Ecological Attitudes in National Park Management, 1929-1940: Part II
Richard West Sellars

Volume 10, #1 1993

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A National Biological Survey: Some Issues, Concerns, and Historical Background

A Memo from the GWS Executive Office

Social Science and Protected Area Management: The Principles of Partnership
Gary E. Machlis

Building Resource Inventories on a Global Scale
William P. Gregg, Jr., Erica Serabian, and Michael A. Ruggiero

Assessment of Hurricane Andrew's Immediate Impacts on Natural and Archeological Resources of Big Cypress National Preserve, Biscayne National Park, and Everglades National Park
Gary E. Davis, Mark Flora, Lloyd L. Loope, Brian Mitchell, Charles T. Roman, George Smith, Michael Soukup, and James T. Tilmant

Resource Protection through Cooperative Planning
Luther Propst

Protected Landscapes: One Way Forward
John Aitchison and Michael Beresford

The Rise and Decline of Ecological Attitudes in National Park Management, 1929-1940: Part I
Richard West Sellars

Volume 9, #3/4 1992

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Letter from Gustavus
A New Day Dawning
William E. Brown

The Public Lands of the United States—An Endangered Species
Gaylord Nelson

Research in Protected Areas: Papers from the 4th World Congress on National Parks & Protected Areas

Introduction to the Workshop

Situacíon Actual y Perspectivas de la Investigacíon Biológica en las Areas Protigedas de Bolivia
Patricia Ergueta, Werner Hanagarth, and Mónica Moraes

Barro Colorado Island, Panamá, Basic Research, and Conservation
Egbert Giles Leigh, Jr., and Georgina de Alba

Bialowieza National Park (Poland) and Science
Czeslaw Okolów

Ecology of Oilbirds in Venezuela: Implications for Protected Areas
Roberto Roca

Social Science Research: Essential Tools for Managers
Melody Webb

Role of U.S. National Parks in Global Change Research
Peter L. Comanor and William P. Gregg, Jr.

Management and Change in Natural Areas
Stephen D. Veirs, Jr.

Whales, Science, and Protected Area Management in British Columbia, Canada
David A. Duffus and Philip Dearden

Investigación en Areas Silvestres Protigedas en América Latina y el Caribe
Hubertus P. J. Peters

Un Centro de Investigación de Espacios Naturales Protigedos
Antonio López Lillo

Benign Research on a South Atlantic Jewel: Towards a Management Plan for Gough Island
John Cooper and Peter G. Ryan

La Recherche dans les Espaces Protégés Français
Geneviève Barnaud and François Lerat

A Strategy to Inventory the Biological Resources of the National Park System of the USA
Michael A. Ruggiero, Thomas J. Stohlgren, and Gary S. Waggoner

The Impacts of Environmental Change on Protected Areas: A Study of the Impact of Drought on Animal Utilization of the Makgadikgadi Pans Game Reserve (Botswana)
Dorothy K. Kgathi

Estado Actual y Perspectivas de la Investigacíon Científica en las Areas del Sistema de Parques Nacionales de Colombia
Marcela Cano Correa

Large Marine Ecosystems and Marine Protected Areas--Information for Managing the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
Simon Woodley and Peter Ottesen

Research in Tropeandean Protected Areas of Ecuadorian Landscapes
Fausto O. Sarmiento Rodriguez

Estacion Biologíca de Rancho Grande: 40 Años de Investigaciónes Científicas en el Parque Nacional Henri Pittier, Venezuela
Alberto Fernández Badillo and Richar Visbal

Volume 9, #2 1992

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Letter from Gustavus
Building Community and Public Value with Parks
William E. Brown

Dam Licensing & Protected Areas
Stephanie Toothman, guest editor

Stephanie S. Toothman

Relicensing the Skagit Project: The City of Seattle's Approach
Richard Rutz

Relicensing the Skagit Project: The USNPS's Approach
Jonathan B. Jarvis

Mitigating Hydroelectric Power Impacts on Cultural Resources
Stephanie S. Toothman and Robert R. Mierendorf

An Attempt to Rehabilitate the Aquatic Ecosystem of the Reservoirs of Voyageurs National Park
Larry W. Kallemeyn

The Elwha Issue: A Fish Problem that Just Won't Die
Cat Hawkins Hoffman

What Price Expansion? Dams versus the National Park Concept
Stephen R. Mark

Volume 9, #1 1992

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Exotic Species in U.S. National Parks: Diverse Facets of an Increasingly Pervasive Problem
Lloyd L. Loope, guest editor

Alien Forest Insects and Diseases in Eastern USNPS Units: Impacts and Interventions
Keith R. Langdon and Kristine D. Johnson

The Exotic Pest Plant Council
Robert F. Doren

Preventing Establishment of New Alien Species in Haleakala National Park and on the Island of Maui, Hawaii
Lloyd L. Loope

Humane Natural Area Management in Hawaii
Charles P. Stone

The Effects of Alien Species on Archeology in Hawaii
Gary F. Somers

Cooperative Research Efforts to Develop the Use of a Nematode for Russian Knapweed Biocontrol
T.C. Ceasar, W.E. Dyer, S.S. Rosenthal, P.C. Quimby, and S.W. Chaney

Exotic Weed Management on National Historic Sites and Monuments in the Pacific Northwest of the United States
L. Larson and M. McInnis

Poem: WE are Kudzu
Gregg L. Bruff

Volume 8, #4 1992

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New Perspectives from the U.S. Forest Service
Jim Caplan, guest ed.

Living with the Land
Dennis C. Le Master

A Tale of Two Paradigms: Multiple Use and Ecosystem Management
Winifred B. Kessler

A Perspective on People, Wood, Wildlife, and Environment in U.S. Forest Stewardship
Hal Salwasser, Douglas W. MacCleery, and Thomas Snellgrove

Striding into Elephant Country: Exploring New Ground for Planning and Management in Protected Areas
Jim Caplan

New Perspectives for National Forest Managers
Charles W. Cartwright

Reflections on Vail
William E. Brown

In Memoriam: Jane Thompson

Volume 8, #3 1991

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Principles and Practices of a Research and Resource Management Program
Jonathan B. Jarvis

Strengthening Protected Areas through Philosophy, Science, and Management: A Global Perspective
Harold K. Eidsvik

Conference Report: 'Biological Pollution: The Control and Impact of Invasive Exotic Species'
Lloyd L. Loope

An Update to 'Gone, But Not Forgotten: The Delisted Units of the U.S. National Park System'
Alan K. Hogenauer

GWS By-Laws

Volume 8, #2 1991

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Tools of the Trade: Methodologies in Landscape Preservation
Cathy Gilbert

National Heritage Corridors: Redefining the Conservation Agenda of the '90s
Rolf Diamant

Heritage Areas: A Public Policy Perspective
Sally G. Oldham

To Examine a Place in Time and Space: The Integrative Approach of Landscape Ecology
Robyn Myers

A Response to 'The Global Change Research Program and the U.S. National Park Service: Six Essays'
Sarah G. Bishop

USNPS Science: The Five Most Important Issues
Dan Huff

National Parks in the Eastern United States: The Mammoth Cave Experience
Bruce J. Noble, Jr.

Volume 8, #1 1991

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Challenges in Protected Area Management

Neighboring Lands & People

Protecting Park Resources within a Developing Landscape
David A. Haskell

Management Planning Gorce National Park, Poland
Maria Baranowska-Janota and Danuta Ptaszycka-Jackowska

Environmental Glasnost: Protecting a Resource You Do Not Own
Malcolm Ross, Jr.


Defining the Effects of Aircraft Overflights on Parks and Wilderness Areas
Richard L. Ernenwein and Wesley R. Henry

The Face of Uncertainty

Toleration of Ambiguity: A Critical Skill for Managers
Robert L. Arnberger

Public Land Management Skills for the 21st Century
Rick Smith


A New Beginning: A Vision for the Future
William E. Brown

Remarks in Remembrance of 1990
Durward L. Allen

The USNPS 75th Anniversary Symposium: A Conversation with Organizer Bill Briggle

Volume 7, #4 1991

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Gone, But Not Forgotten: The Delisted Units of the U.S. National Park System
Alan K. Hogenauer

Charting a Course for the 1990s: A Summary of the El Paso Conference
Thomas M. Gavin

Protected Areas and Human Survival: Enhancing the Role of Conservation in Sustaining Society (Preview of 4th World Parks Congress)

Thoughts and Observations from an ex-Regional Director
Howard Chapman

Volume 7, #3 1991

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NPS Global Change Research Program

The Boxley Valley of Buffalo National River: A U.S. National Park Service Historic District in Private Hands
Jim Liles

Mobilizing Worldwide Action to Sustain the Living Resources of Our Planet: The Biodiversity Conservation Strategy Programme

The Ethical, Cultural, and Spiritual Dimensions of Conserving Biodiversity
J. Ronald Engel

Volume 7, #2 1990

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Tenth Anniversary Issue

George Melendez Wright: A Biographical Sketch
Ben H. Thompson (with additional material by Lowell Sumner and others)

Men and Mammals in Joint Occupation of National Parks
George M. Wright

George M. Wright's USNPS Wildlife Division

The George Wright Society: The First Ten Years
David Harmon

10-year index

Volume 7, #1 1990

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Translating Scientific Information into Park Management at the Operational Level
Susan L. Consolo

A Future for the Everglades
Robert L. Arnberger

Citizen Mobilization in the Fight to Save the Golden Gate Eucalyptus
Judd A. Howell

Hunting in the National Park System
Al Lovaas

Of Museums, Parks, and the Many Interests of the Public
Stanley A. Cain

Some Research Needs of the National Park Service
Stanley A. Cain

Volume 6, #4 1990

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Planning for Global Climate Change Research: An Example from Sequoia-Kings Canyon
David J. Parsons, David M. Graber, and Nathan L. Stephenson

Regional Conservation Management Relative to NPS Policy and the Conservation Ethic
Stephen C. Nodvin

Social Morality and Resource Use
Durward L. Allen

Remembering Lowell Sumner
Marietta Sumner, George Collins, George Sprugel, O.L. Wallis, and Robert M. Linn

Arctic Grizzly ... A Time in the 1950s
Lowell Sumner

Volume 6, #3 1989

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The Longing of the Lodgepole Pine
Daniel Grego

Prescribed Burning Opportunities in National Parks of the Northeastern United States
William A. Patterson III and Mary K. Foley

Introduction to the Role and Effect of Fire in Greater Yellowstone
Dan E. Huff

The Story Itself: Lessons and Hopes from the Yellowstone Fire Media Event
Paul Schullery

The National Parks: Political versus Professional Determinants of Policy
John Freemuth

Volume 6, #2 1989

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Culture, Science, Nature ... and the Beringian Connection
William E. Brown

First Asian School on Conservation Biology: A Trip Report
Cat Hawkins

The Appalachian National Scenic Trail: A Never-ending Story
Pamela Underhill

Tandem Tracking for Research and Resource Management
Charles L. Douglas

Functions of Natural Science Research in National Parks
Gary E. Davis

Let's Bet the Ranch and Learn the Game
David A. Mihalic

Evaluating Science in the National Park Service
Theodore W. Sudia and Nicholas J. Chura

Volume 6, #1 1989

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Values and Purposes of the National Park System
William E. Brown

Wolves Approach Extinction on Isle Royale: A Biological and Policy Conundrum
Rolf O. Peterson and Robert J. Krumenaker

Remarks of George B. Hartzog, Jr., at the Fifth Triennial Conference of the George Wright Society

The Role of the National Park Service in American Education
Alston Chase

Some Comments on Natural Resources Management
Al Lovaas

Global Ethic: Fostering Parks in America
J. Hauptmann, James Donoghue, and Theodore W. Sudia

National Parks in the 21st Century
Theodore W. Sudia

Feral Fish and Kayak Tracks—Thoughts on the Writing of a New Leopold Report
Paul Schullery

Volume 5, #4 1988

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Remarks by William Penn Mott, Jr., and the Fourteenth Annual Natural Areas Conference

The National Park Service in the Temporary Society: Creating a Learning Agency
Richard Greenough & J. Douglas Wellman

The Mission and the Function and Structure of the U.S. National Park Service
Theodore W. Sudia

The Politics of Community Resource Management
Robert L. Arnberger

Northern and Remote Parks: Development Management and Impacts
Chip Dennerlein

The Role of Research in Wilderness
David M. Graber

Volume 5, #3 1987

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The Future of Science in the National Parks
Raymond Herrmann

Development of Significant Cultural Resources to Promote Economic Revitalization: A Case Study in Western Pennsylvania
Ronald W. Johnson

Economic Values of Wildlife and Fisheries: What Importance are Those Values in Decision-Making?
Al Lovaas

Review: El Niño in the Galápagos Islands: The 1982-1983 Event, by Gary Robinson and Eugenia M. del Pino
Reviewed by Lloyd L. Loope

Volume 5, #2 1987

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The Bicentennial of the Constitution and the Alaska Lands Settlement
William E. Brown

The Leopold Report Revisited: 'A Sense of the Meeting'
David M. Graber

The Leopold Report Revisited: Preamble Grist
William E. Brown

National Park System Advisory Board Report: 'Overcrowding in the National Parks'
George Barley and S. J. DiMeglio, with Priscilla R. Baker

National Park System Advisory Board questionnaire on 'Overcrowding in the National Parks'

New Options for Park Protection
Robert H. Gartner and Theodore W. Sudia

Thomas William Lucke, 1940-1987

Volume 5, #1 1986

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Robert M. Linn

Animal Life in the Yosemite
Joseph Grinnell and Tracy Irwin Storer

Grizzly Country
Theodore W. Sudia

The National Park Service in Law Reviews and Law Journals: A Fourth Update
Thomas W. Lucke

700-Year-Old Ceramic Pot Discovered at Isle Royale National Park
Bruce Weber

A Needs Assessment-Based Review of the National Park Service Science Program in the Rocky Mountain Region
Katherine Phelps Kitchell (with reviews by William E. Brown and J. Robert Stottlemyer)

Brief Note on Mrs. J. Robert Shuman (formerly Mrs. George M. Wright)
Ben H. Thompson

Volume 4, #4 1986

Cover, vol. 4, no. 4

George M. Wright 1904-1936
Ben H. Thompson

The Changing Role of Protected Areas in Planning and Development
Joanne Michalovic

The National Park Service in Law Reviews and Law Journals: A Third Update
Thomas W. Lucke

National Parks and Domestic Affairs
Theodore W. Sudia

Author Index: Volumes 1-4

Volume 4, #3 1985

Cover, vol. 4, no. 3

The Paradox of Repeating Error: Yellowstone National Park from 1872 to Biosphere Reserve and Beyond
Robert D. Barbee and John D. Varley

Managing for Uncertainty: National Parks as Ecological Reserves
David M. Graber

From Grizzlies to Geysers: Science Challenges Tradition in Yellowstone National Park
Robert D. Barbee and John D. Varley

Building a Science Program for the National Park System
John G. Dennis

The Philosophical Basis for National Park Management
Brian C. Kenner

Volume 4, #2 1985

Cover, vol. 4, no. 2

National Parks and Foreign Affairs
Theodore W. Sudia

The National Park Service in Law Reviews and Law Journals: A Second Update
Thomas W. Lucke

Promoting the Development and Adoption of Environmental Ethics
J. Ronald Engel

America's National Parks and Their Keepers, by R. A. Foresta. 1984.
Reviewed by Robert Stottlemyer

Analyzing Activity Areas: An Ethnoarchaeological Study of the Use of Space, by Susan Kent. 1984.
Reviewed by Larry Van Horn

Volume 4, #1 1984

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Vestal Fires and Virgin Lands: A Historical Perspective on Fire and Wilderness
Stephen J. Pyne

Western Parks and the American Character
William E. Brown

Urban Soils of Washington, D.C.
John R. Short and James C. Patterson

Natural Resources Management--Trend or Fad?
Roland H. Wauer

Extinct Carnivores Entombed in 20 Million Year Old Dens: Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, Nebraska
Robert Hunt

Review: Ecological Conditions in National Forests and in National Parks, by C. C. Adams
J. Robert Stottlemyer

Volume 3, #4 1983

Cover, vol. 3, no. 4

Bob Linn

Biological Research and Management in the National Park Service: A History
Lowell Sumner

Get the Facts, and Put Them to Work--Comprehensive Natural History Research Program for the National Parks
Howard R. Stagner

Research in the National Parks
Horace M. Albright

Rationalizing Management of Natural Areas in National Parks
David M. Graber

Non-Ecological Principles for Park Management
Rick Smith

A Few Convictions
T. Destry Jarvis

Volume 3, #3 1983

Cover, vol. 3, no. 3

Jean Matthews

A Data Base Management System for Cultural Resource Managers
Frances Joan Mathien and W. James Judge

Report on the International Working Conference: New Directions for Conservation of Parks, June 5-15, 1983
Roland H. Wauer

Cooperative Regional Demonstration Projects: Environmental Education in Practice
Vernon C. Gilbert

The National Park Service in Law Reviews and Law Journals: An Update
Thomas W. Lucke

An Outdoor Laboratory: The Indiana Dunes
Florence Broady

Park Superintendent Responds to 'Acid Rain' Article
Doyle Kline

Aldo Starker Leopold, 1913-1983
Bruce M. Kilgore

Volume 3, #2 1983

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Historic Archaeology and Reshaping the Myths of American Origins
Mark P. Leone

MAB and its Biosphere Reserves Project: A New Dimension in Global Conservation
William P. Gregg, Jr.

Technology, Environment, and the Historic American Engineering Record
Donald C. Jackson

A Curious Finding from National Park Service Anthropology
Lawrence F. Van Horn

Volume 3, #1 1983

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Agricultural Ecosystems
Douglas P. Wheeler

Protecting Rural Cultural Landscapes: Finding Value in the Countryside
Robert Z. Melnick

Rehabilitated Historical Properties
H. Ward Jandl

Upper Delaware National Scenic and Recreational River: A Process to Protect a Rural Landscape
Richard V. Giambardine, Lawrence E. Beal, Keith B. Dunbar, and Ronald W. Johnson

Creole Defined in an Ethnohistorical Context: Jean Lafitte National Historical Park
Larry Van Horn

Natt Noyes Dodge, 1900-1982

Volume 2, #4 1982

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Jean Matthews

Recommendations from the [1982] Conference Workshops

The U.S. National Park System's Cultural Resources
F. Ross Holland, Jr.

Barrier Beaches: Special Management Problems
Paul Jeffrey Godfrey

Will the Real Archeology Please Stand Up? Comments on the Status of American Archeology, ca. AD 1982
W. James Judge

Making Nature Whole: Fifty Years of Ecosystem Restoration at the University of Wisconsin Arboretum
William Jordan III

Historic Maritime Resources
J. Revell Carr

Isle Royale's Submerged Resource
Bruce E. Weber

Nicholas Louis Scrattish, 1942-1982

Volume 2, #3 1982

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Robert M. Linn

Letters and Commentary

Regional History and the National Parks in the Great Lakes Area
Arthur F. McEvoy

Indians and the National Parks of the Great Lakes
H. Paul Friesema with Sarah J. Friesema

Carrying Capacity in Great Lakes National Parks
Thomas A. Heberlein

The Role of Science in the Great Lakes National Parks
Mark Reshkin

Air Pollution Threats to National Parks in the Great Lakes Region
T.V. Armentano and O.L. Loucks

The National Park Service in Law Reviews and Law Journals
Thomas W. Lucke

Cultural Resource Management's Role in the New Study Areas Process
Ronald W. Johnson

Book reviews

Chaco Canyon: Archaeology and Archaeologists, by Robert H. Lister and Florence C. Lister

The Sculptures at Gettysburg, by Wayne Craven

Volume 2, #2 1982

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Jean Matthews

Computers and the Field Research Station
J. Robert Stottlemyer

A Computerized Flora of the National Parks
James P. Bennett

Computers and Land Conservation
Larry E. Stein

Resource Information Tracking System (RITS)
Roland H. Wauer

Recreation Opportunity Spectrum Planning: An Arid Land Case
Perry J. Brown and Michael J. Manfredo

Volume 2, #1 1982

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Editorial: The Long Haul
Jean Matthews

A Voice from the Wilderness: About the Guest Editorial
Jean Matthews

Glacier National Park: An Island in a Sea of Development—A Guest Editorial
Jack A. Stanford

The Park Library: Rare Materials and Easy Marks
Thomas W. Lucke

The Conservation of Agricultural Land Resources: The Role of the American Farmland Trust
Douglas P. Wheeler

The Relevance of Carrying Capacity to National Parks and the World
Clay E. Peters

Domestic Tranquility and the National Park System: A Context for Human Ecology
Theodore W. Sudia

Evaluation of New Areas for the National Park System: The Great Basin Study
Ronald W. Johnson

Neil J. Reid

Sigurd F. Olson, 1899-1982

Volume 1, #2 1981

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Society News, Notes & Mail

Historic Preservation—Facing a Crucial Choice
Carl Abbott

Comments on Carl Abbott's Article
F. Ross Holland, Jr.

Ecosystem Responses to Acid Precipitation—Isle Royale National Park
J. Robert Stottlemyer

Report to Secretary of the Interior James G. Watt—A Review and Recommendations on Animal Problems and Related Management Needs in Units of the National Park System
Durward L. Allen, Larry Erickson, E. Raymond Hall, and Walter M. Schirra

Chronology of Landmark Documents Concerning Wildlife Resources of the U.S. National Parks

Chronology of Landmark Documents Concerning Wildlife Resources of U.S. National Parks

Long-term Research—An Answer to "When are You Going to QUIT?"
Rolf O. Peterson

Volume 1, #1 1981

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Society News, Notes & Mail

George M. Wright, 1904–1936
Ben H. Thompson

Are the National Parks in Peril?
Roland H. Wauer

Note on Two Important Conferences
Vernon C. Gilbert