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In the December 2016 issue of the International Journal of Wilderness, Robert Dvorak asks the question, “Does wilderness need a celebrity, or just more defenders?”; Vance Martin and Chad Dawson provide a touching tribute to John Hendee, cofounder of the IJW; Nancy Roeper dives into the 2020 Implementation Plan; Heather Macslarrow explores psychology and wilderness manager education; and much more!

TABLE of CONTENTS

EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVE
Does Wilderness Need a Celebrity…or Just More Defenders? BY ROBERT DVORAK

SOUL OF THE WILDERNESS
A Tribute to John C. Hendee: A Pioneer of the Global Wilderness Movement in Science, Research, Education, and Communications BY CHAD P. DAWSON and VANCE G. MARTIN

STEWARDSHIP
Technology in Wilderness: Emerging Issues and Directions for Research, Poicy, and Management BY TOM CARLSON, JOHN SHULTIS and JOE VAN HORN

2020 Vision Implementation Plan: As Interagency Wilderness Stewardship Priorities Nears Completion BY NANCY ROEPER

SCIENCE and RESEARCH
The Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute as a Historic Resource: The Importance of Metadata and Data Archiving BY CARLY CAMPBELL

Boulderers’ Attitudes and Beliefs: Regarding Leave No Trace in Rocky Mountain National Park BY FORREST SCHWARTZ, B. DERRICK TAFF, DAVID PETTIBONE, and BEN LAWHON

EDUCATION and COMMUNICATION

PERSPECTIVES FROM THE SOCIETY FOR WILDERNESS STEWARDSHIP
Psychology and Wilderness Manager Education BY HEATHER MACSLARROW

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Wilderness at an International Scale: Management Guidelines for IUCN Category 1b Protected Areas BY SARAH A. CASSON, VANCE G. MARTIN, and CYRIL F. KORMOS

WILDERNESS DIGEST
Announcements

Book Reviews
Wilderness Protection in Europe: The Role of International, European and National Law EDITED BY KEES BASTMEIJER, REVIEWED BY TINA TIN

Candid Creatures: How Camera Traps Reveal the Mysteries of Nature BY ROLAND KAYS, REVIEWED BY CHAD DAWSON