August, 2003

Drummond Densham contributes and international perspective for this issue of the journal, honoring Bill Bainbridge of South Africa for his receipt of an honory doctorate of law from the University of Natal for his distinguished work supporting and promoting wilderness conservation. The formation of The Wilderness Task of the World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN). The task for is co-chaired by Vance Martin, WILD’s President, and Khulani Mkhize, CEO of KwaZulu Natal Widlife. Other topics in this issue include:

  • Global Wilderness Conservation
  • Wilderness Simulation Models
  • Public Viewpoint on Wilderness
  • Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center

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TABLE of CONTENTS

FEATURES

EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVES The Politics of Wilderness: Moving to Use BY JOHN SHULTIS

SOUL OF THE WILDERNESS Support is Building for Global Wilderness Conservation BY CYRIL KORMOS and VANCE G. MARTIN

STEWARDSHIP

The Wilderness Simulation Model: A Historical Perspective BY JAN W. VAN WAGTENDONK

Chief’s Excellence in Wilderness Stewardship Research Award

The Soul of Environmental Activists BY BARBARA McDONALD

Celebrating a Decade of Service: The Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center BY CONNIE G. MYERS

Bill Worf Wins 2003 Corrigall Wilderness Stewardship Award

On Writing Wilderness Ethics: Some Further Musings on the “Spirit of Wildness” BY LAURA WATERMAN

SCIENCE and RESEARCH

Is the Public Viewpoint of Wilderness Shifting? BY H. KEN CORDELL, MICHAEL A. TARRANT, and GARY T. GREEN

PERSPECTIVES FROM THE ALDO LEOPOLD WILDERNESS RESEARCH INSTITUTE Natural Fire Regimes in Wilderness BY CAROL MILLER

EDUCATION and COMMUNICATION

An Evaluation of Appalachian Trail Hikers’ Knowledge of Minimum Impact Skills and Practices BY PETER NEWMAN, ROBERT MANNING, JIM BACON, ALAN GRAEFE and GERARD KYLE

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

Bill Bainbridge of South Africa Receives Honry Doctorate for Wilderness Work BY DRUMMOND DENSHAM

WILDERNESS DIGEST

Announcements and Wilderness Calendar

Letters to the Editor
Response to “Don’t Blame Science” BY JAMES GLOVER

Book Reviews
Natural Area Tourism: Ecology, Impacts and Management BY DAVID NEWSOME, SUSAN A. MOORE, and ROSS K. DOWLING, REVIEW BY SANJAY K. NEPAL

Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas: Guidelines for Planning and Management BY PAUL EAGLES, STEPHEN McCOOL, AND CHRISTOPHER HAYNES, REVIEW BY DIANE KUEHN

Wilderness Management: Stewardship and Protection of Resources and Values, (3rd ed.) BY JOHN C. HENDEE and CHAD P. DAWSON. REVIEW BY RUPERT CUTLER

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