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In the June 2017 issue of the International Journal of Wilderness, Peter Ashley discusses mapping the inner experience of wilderness; Dan Dustin, Larry Beck, and Jeff Rose examine emerging issues related to technology on the Pacific Crest Trail; we also have a summary of the Interagency Visitor Use Management Framework from the US federal agencies; and much more!

TABLE of CONTENTS

EDITORIAL PERSPECTIVE
Wilderness in a Time of…? BY ROBERT DVORAK

SOUL OF THE WILDERNESS
The Challenge and Opportunity of Preserving Arctic Ocean Wilderness BY BRAD BARR

STEWARDSHIP
Introducing the Visitor Use Management Framework BY INTERAGENCY VISITOR USE MANAGEMENT COUNCIL

Managing Unconfined Recreation in Wilderness BY C.B. GRIFFIN

SCIENCE and RESEARCH
Fifteen Years of Change: Campsites in the Allagash Wilderness Waterway BY JOHN J. DAIGLE, WALTER OPUSZYNSKI, and MATT LAROCHE

EDUCATION and COMMUNICATION
Landscape to Techscape: Metamorphosis along the Pacific Crest Trail BY DANIEL DUSTIN, LARRY BECK, and JEFF ROSS

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES
Mapping the Inner Experience of Wilderness: An Organizing Framework BY PETER ASHLEY

Why Wilderness Should Be Remote BY MARTIN HAWES

Half-Bhutan: The Evolution and Effectiveness of Protected Areas in a Country Recognizing Nature Needs Half BY SONAM WANGCHUK, DECHEN LHAM, NIGEL DUDLEY, and SUE STOLTON

WILDERNESS DIGEST
Announcements

Book Reviews
Wilderness BY PHILLIP VANNINI and APRIL VANNINI; REVIEWED BY TINA TIN

Satellites in the High Country: Searching for the Wild in the Age BY JASON MARK; REVIEWED BY JOHN SHULTIS

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