This issue of the Journal incorporates a couple of articles focused on technology and wilderness. GPS and the Internet (Joe Van Horn) and New Opportunities for Educating Future Wilderness and Wildland Managers in a Changing Technological World (Chad P. Dawson) look into how differently wilderness experiences are shared now with GPS mapping and internet capabilities, as well as how differently wilderness managers communicate and learn with changing technologies. Other topics include:

• Changing Relationships with Wilderness

• A Perspective on Wilderness in Europe

• An Outside Assessment of Wilderness Research in the Forest Service

• Emerging Adults and the Future of Wild Nature

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TABLE of CONTENTS

FEATURES

EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVES New Relationships with Wilderness BY YANG HE

SOUL OF THE WILDERNESS Changing Human Relationships with Wilderness and Wildlands, Implications for Managers BY RICK POTTS

STEWARDSHIP

GPS and the Internet: Possible Effects on the Protection of Remote Areas and Wilderness Values BY JOE VAN HORN

SCIENCE and RESEARCH

Changing Relationships with Wilderness: A New Focus for Research and Stewardship BY ROBERT G. DVORAK and WILLIAM T. BORRIE

Emerging Adults and the Future of Wild Nature BY HARRY C. ZINN and ALAN R. GRAEFE

The Prevalence and Significance of Displacement for Wilderness Recreation Management and Research BY INGRID E. SCHNEIDER

Describing Change in Visitors and Visits to the “Bob” BY WILLIAM T. BORRIE and STEPHEN F. McCOOL

An Outside Assessment of Wilderness Research in the Forest Service BY DAVID J. PARSONS

EDUCATION and COMMUNICATION

New Opportunities for Educating Future Wilderness and Wildland Managers in a Changing Technological World BY CHAD P. DAWSON

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

A Perspective on Wilderness in Europe BY FRANCO ZUNINO

WILDERNESS DIGEST

Announcements

Book Reviews
Parks and Carrying Capacity: Commons without Tragedy BY ROBERT E. MANNING, REVIEWED BY RUDY M. SCHUSTER

The End of the Wild BY STEVEN M. MEYER, REVIEWED BY JOHN SHULTIS