In this issue of the International Journal of Wilderness, Vance Martin tells us what “WILD is,” Lisa Eidson gives a countdown to the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act, and Jean-Claude Genot & Annik Schnitzler talk about Rewilding France.  Also in this issue:

  • Soul of the Wilderness- Social HALF
  • Long-term Projections of Backcountry Recreation Use
  • Night as an Influence on Wilderness
  • And many more!

Download the August 2013 IJW PDF (3.54 MB)

TABLE of CONTENTS

FEATURES

EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVES WILD is… BY VANCE G. MARTIN

SOUL OF THE WILDERNESS Social HALF: Nature Strategy for Sustainability BY VANCE MARTIN & JULIE ANTON RANDALL

STEWARDSHIP
Long-Term Projections of Backcountry Recreation Use BY KEN CORDELL & J.M. BOWKER

SCIENCE and RESEARCH
Should Wilderness Be Natural or Wild? Bridger Wilderness Visitors’ Attitudes about Management of Disturbance BY ANDREA DAVIDSON & TROY E. HALL

EDUCATION and COMMUNICATION
Countdown to the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act BY LISA EIDSON

Night as an Influence on Wilderness: A broadening of scope BY J. ADAM BEECO, JEFFREY C. HALLO, and BRANDI L. SMITH

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Rewilding France via Feral Nature BY JEAN-CLAUDE GENOT and ANNIK SCHNITZLER

How Can Wolf, Bear & Lynx Persist in the Cultural Landscapes of Central Europe? BY TILL MEYER, STEFANIE JAEGER, and CHRISTINE MILLER

WILDERNESS DIGEST
Announcements

Book Reviews
Adventure Therapy: Theory, Research, and Practice BY MICHAEL A. GASS, H. LEE GILLIS, and KEITH C. RUSSELL, REVIEWED BY ALISON VOIGHT

Sustainable Landscape Planning: The Reconnection Agenda BY PAUL SELMAN, REVIEWED BY BROCK PACIEJEWSKI AND JOHN SHULTIS