In the December 2013 issue of the International Journal of Wilderness, we hear from Ingo Kowarik about a new perspective of Cities & Wilderness, Vicky Hoover & Gregory Hansen get everyone excited about the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act, and more!

Download the December 2013 IJW pdf (3.01 MB)

TABLE of CONTENTS

FEATURES

EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVES Connecting People and Place BY REBECCA ORESKES

SOUL OF THE WILDERNESS Olaus Murie and the Defense of the Wild BY FREDERICK H. SWANSON

STEWARDSHIP
Growing Human Footprint, Diminishing Wilderness in Antarctica BY TINA TIN AND RUPERT SUMMERSON

Commonality in Wilderness Character: A Personal Reflection BY NYSSA LANDRES

SCIENCE and RESEARCH
Perspectives from the Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute

Long-term Studies of Change in Campsite Conditions BY DAVID N. COLE

EDUCATION and COMMUNICATION
50th Anniversary Wilderness Celebration: A Time to Celebrate, a Time to Act! BY VICKY HOOVER AND GREGORY HANSEN

Wilderness Human-Wildlife Interactions and Conservation Psychology BY DANIEL R. TARDONA

What Makes it Wild? Visitors’ Constructions of Wildlife and Wilderness in the Greater Yellowstone Area BY ROBERT PAHRE AND CARI STEELE

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Cities & Wilderness, a New Perspective BY INGO KOWARIK

Communicating Biodiversity and Wilderness to Urban People BY STEFANIE JUNG AND BRUNO STREIT

WILDERNESS DIGEST
Announcements

Book Reviews

The Rediscovery of the Wild EDITED BY PETER KAHN, JR. AND PATRICIA HASBACH. REVIEWED BY JOHN SHULTIS

Tibet Wild: A Naturalists’s Journeys on the Roof of the World BY GEROGE B. SCHALLER. REVIEWED BY JOHN SHULTIS