December, 2011

This December issue of the International Journal of Wilderness ends the 2011 year with a WILD10 update from The WILD Foundation’s president, Vance Martin. We hear from Magnus Sylven, a member of the WILD10 Executive Committee, about Nature Needs Half- a new spatial perspective for a healthy planet. Other IJW contributors include Howard L. Smith, Cyril F. Kormos, M. Rupert Cutler, Neal Christensen, Brooke B. McBride, Tom Carlson, Lisa Eidson, Jaime Rojo and Gordon Cessford. Full journal only available for subscribers.

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TABLE of CONTENTS

FEATURES

EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVES WILD10 and Nature Needs Half BY VANCE MARTIN

SOUL OF THE WILDERNESS Epiphany as the Last Best Wilderness Adventure BY HOWARD L. SMITH

STEWARDSHIP
Nature Needs Half: A New Spatial Perspective for a Healthy Planet BY MAGNUS SYLVEN

We Need to Scale Up Marine Wilderness Protection: A Global Perspective BY CYRIL R. KORMOS

The Evolution of a Wilderness Conservationist BY M. RUPERT CUTLER

SCIENCE and RESEARCH
Local Economic Importance of Designated Wilderness: Evidence in the Literature BY NEAL CHRISTENSEN

PERSPECTIVES FROM THE ALDO LEOPOLD WILDERNESS RESEARCH INSTITUTE Science and Stewardship to Protect and Sustain Wilderness Values: Proceedings of the Ninth World Wilderness Congress Symposium BY BROOKE B. MCBRIDE

EDUCATION and COMMUNICATION
Using Technology to Deliver Wilderness Management Training to Federal Workers: Outcomes of an Instructor-Led E-learning Pilot Training Course BY TOM CARLSON and LISA EIDSON

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
San Pedro Mezquital: The Last Free-Flowing River in the Western Sierra Madre BY JAIME ROJO

Forever Wild? Our Conservation Lands in the 21st Century BY GORDON CESSFORD

WILDERNESS DIGEST
Announcements

Book Reviews
A Century of Parks Canada, 1911-2011 EDITED BY CLAIRE ELIZABETH CAMPBELL, REVIEWED BY PAM WRIGHT

A Storied Wilderness: Rewilding the Apostle Islands BY JAMES W. FELDMAN, REVIEWED BY CHAD DAWSON

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