This issue of the International Journal of Wilderness kicks off our first year of offering online subscriptions!  The journal features color photographs, charts and tables as well as the same great content our long-time subscribers expect.  John Hendee reviews this exciting addition and other aspects of the Journal in his opening editorial.  John also announces his transition to emeritus status with the Journal.  Managing Editor Chad P. Dawson will take over as both editor in chief and managing editor.  Below, you will find the full table of contents.

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TABLE of CONTENTS

FEATURES

EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVES IJW Transitions into the Future BY JOHN C. HENDEE

SOUL OF THE WILDERNESS Wildlife Scientists and Wilderness Managers Finding Common Ground with Noninvasive and Nonintrusive Sampling of Wildlife BY MICHAEL K. SCHWARTZ, PETER B. LANDRES, and DAVID J. PARSONS

STEWARDSHIP
Wilderness Management Exchange Programs The Sharing of Success BY GREGORY F. HANSEN

SCIENCE and RESEARCH
Structural Constraints to Wilderness Impacts on Visitation and Experience BY INGRID E. SCHNEIDER, SIERRA L. SCHROEDER, and ANN SCHWALLER

Climate Change and Wilderness Fire Regimes BY DONALD MCKENZIE and JEREMY S. LITTELL

EDUCATION and COMMUNICATION
Youth Conservation Corps Bring Native Youth Back to Wilderness BY PAUL DAWSON and VICTORIA HOUSER

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
The Green Belt of Germany BY TILL MEYER, LIANA GEIDEZIS, and KAI FROBEL

Walking Tracks and Environmental Impact on an Urban Forest Remnant in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil BY JOSÉ G. B. DERRAIK and LUIZ ALEXANDRE VALADÃO

WILDERNESS DIGEST
Announcements

Book Reviews
Nature’s Spectacle: The World’s First National Parks and Protected Places BY JOHN SHEAIL Reviewed by John Shultis

Beyond Naturalness: Rethinking Park and Wilderness Stewardship in an Era of Rapid Change EDITED BY DAVID COLE and LAURIE YUNG Reviewed by John Shultis