December 2022

Volume 28, Number 3

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In this issue

In this issue of IJW, we remember Dave Foreman as a father tree for wilderness. Carol Lee and Tanya Dreizin investigate peer-driven social pressures for behavior in rock climbers. Keely Fisher examines virtual reality and the impact of wilderness conceptualizations. Gracie Dunlap describes living along­side the Yawanawá. And John Shultis uses creative expression and the arts to demonstrate the impact of wild places.​

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We started as strangers, young and so naive; we had no skills, just learned on the way. Pushed off from camp, by Temagami; the adventure began, in the wilds.

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