In this issue of the International Journal of Wilderness, Tin Tin and Peter Ashley each give us some background on the values of wilderness spirituality. Nigel Dudley, Cyril Kormos, Harvey Locke & Vance Martin band together on an article titled “Defining Wilderness in IUCN”, and Julie Randall gives us a conservation strategy for the oceans in her article titled “Marine Wilderness.”   Also in this issue:

  • What Future for Wilderness Within a Climate-Changing National Wildlife Refuge System, by Roger Kaye
  • Mapping Wilderness Character, by James Tricker
  • Veterans Expeditions to Wilderness and Regaining Health, by Stacy Bare
  • And many more!

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TABLE of CONTENTS

FEATURES

EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVES Wilderness Spirituality BY TINA TIN

SOUL OF THE WILDERNESS Confirming the Spiritual Value of Wilderness BY PETER ASHLEY

STEWARDSHIP
Defining Wilderness in IUCN BY NIGEL DUDLEY, CYRIL KORMOS, HARVEY LOCKE and VANCE G. MARTIN

What Future for Wilderness within a Climate-Changing National Wildlife Refuge System? BY ROGER KAYE

Marine Wilderness: A Conservation Strategy for the Oceans BY JULIE ANTON RANDALL

SCIENCE and RESEARCH
ALWRI RESEARCH NOTE
Mapping Wilderness Character: New Tools for New Concepts BY JAMES TRICKER

EDUCATION and COMMUNICATION
Veterans Expeditions to Wilderness and Regaining Health BY STACY BARE

The Outdoor Explorers Mentoring Program: Multigenerational Mentors Fostering the Next Generation of Wilderness Stewards BY JENNIFER LUTMAN

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Wilderness under Threat: Ndumo Game Reserve, South Africa BY PAUL DUTTON

Wilderness on the World Stage BY LAWRENCE HAMILTON

 

WILDERNESS DIGEST
Announcements

Book Reviews
Arguments for Protected Areas: Multiple Benefits for Conservation and Use EDITED BY SUE STOLTON and NIGEL DUDLEY, REVIEWED BY JOHN SHULTIS

Manufacturing National Park Nature: Photography, Ecology, and the Wilderness Industry of Jasper BY J. KERI CRONIN, REVIEWED BY PHILIP M. MULLINS