This issue of the IJW discusses wilderness litigation. The Need for Wilderness Litigation (Jon Dettmann) and U.S. Forest Service Litigation (Robert. W. Malmsheimer, Coraline Falco, Amanda M. Anderson, Denise M. Keele, and Donald W. Floyd) look into the importance of wilderness litigation and discuss research on USFS land management litigation based on the Wilderness Act and Wild and Scenic Rivers Act from 1989-2004.
This issue of the Journal explores international wilderness, including Russia and Mexico. The Water Forest of Mexico City (Beatriz Padilla, Francisco J. Romero, Fernando Jaramillo Monroy, Flora Guerrero Goff and Raul Garcia Barrios) and Personal Reflections on the Fate of Wilderness Reserves in Russia (Kathleen Braden) delve into the topics of urban wilderness and threatened nature reserves in Russia.
This issue of the IJW includes two articles focused on fire. Wilderness Fire Policy in the Southwest (David M. Ostergren and Megan L. Triplett) looks into the challenges regarding reintroducing fire into wilderness. Changing Research Needs in Wilderness Fire (Carol Miller) discusses fire management strategies researched at the Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute.