Back Issues of the George Wright Forum

Volume 25, #1 (2008)

Volume 26, #1The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
The National Park Service and Civic Engagement
     Edward T. Linenthal 
Wolf Recovery in Yellowstone: Park Visitor Attitudes, Expenditures, and Economic Impacts
      John W. Duffield, Chris J. Neher, and David A. Patterson
Out of Africa: Lessons from Park Management in South Africa
      Daniel S. Licht, Rob Slotow, and Joshua Millspaugh
The Economic Importance of Extending Habitat Protection Beyond Park Boundaries: A Case Study from Costa Rica
      Barry Allen, Lee Lines, and Debra Hamilton
Naturalness and Beyond: Protected Area Stewardship in an Era of Global Environmental Change
      David N. Cole, Laurie Yung, Erika S. Zavaleta, Gregory H. Aplet, F. Stuart Chapin III, David M. Graber, Eric S. Higgs, Richard J. Hobbs, Peter B. Landres, Constance I. Millar, David J. Parsons, John M. Randall, Nathan L. Stephenson, Kathy A. Tonnessen, Peter S. White, and Stephen Woodley
Transportation Research Needs in National Parks: A Summary and Exploration of Future Trends
      John J. Daigle
A Very Large Array: Early Federal Historic Preservation—The Antiquities Act, Mesa Verde, and the National Park Service Act
      Richard West Sellars

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Volume 24, #2 (2007)

Volume 24, #2 The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
On the Brink of Greatness: National Parks and the Next Century
      Dwight T. Pitcaithle
Integrating Science and Management
Alice Wondrak Biel, Robert E. Bennetts, Bruce B. Bingham, and Andy Hubbard, guest editors
Part I: Essays
Integrating Science and Management: The Road to Rico-Chico
      Bruce B. Bingham, Robert E. Bennetts, and Andy Hubbard
Integrating Science and Management: Becoming Who We Thought We Were
      Michael Soukup
The Quandaries and Promise of Risk Management:
A Scientist’s Perspective on Integration of Science and Management

      Bruce G. Marcot
The Role of Science in National Park Service Decision-making
      Suzanne Lewis
Information Management: Barrier or Bridge to Integrating
Natural Resources Science and Management?

      Bruce B. Bingham
Part II: Case Studies and Papers
The Challenge of Communicating Monitoring Results to Effect Change
      Shawn L. Carter, Giselle Mora-Bourgeois, Todd R. Lookingbill, Tim J. B. Carruthers, and William C. Dennison
Linking Monitoring to Management and Planning: Assessment Points
as a Generalized Approach

      Robert E. Bennetts, John E. Gross, Kerri Cahill, Cheryl McIntyre, Bruce B. Bingham,
Andy Hubbard, Lane Cameron, and Shawn L. Carter
The Road to Integrating Science and Management:
Planning Your Next Trip Using Hierarchical Objectives and Assessment Points

      Shawn L. Carter and Robert E. Bennetts
Integrated Resource Management: Applying the Concepts of Rico and Chico
to Connect Cultural and Natural Resource Management

      Andy Hubbard, Kristin Legg, Duane Hubbard, and Christopher Moos
Comparing Current and Desired Conditions of Resource Values for Evaluating
Management Performance: A Cautionary Note on an Otherwise Useful Concept

      Robert E. Bennetts and Bruce B. Bingham
Wherein Lies the Heritage Value? Rethinking the Heritage Value of Cultural Landscapes from an Aboriginal Perspective
      Lisa Prosper

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Volume 24, #1 (2007)

Volume 24, #3The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series: An Introduction
The National Park System and the Historic American Past: A Brief Overview and Reflection
      Richard West Sellars
Glacier National Park and Its Neighbors: A Twenty-Year Assessment of Regional Resource Management
      Joseph L. Sax and Robert B. Keiter
The Challenges of Climate Change
Losing Ground: Western National Parks Endangered by Climate Disruption
      Stephen Saunders, Tom Easley, Jesse A. Logan, and Theo Spencer
An Inarticulate Truth: Communicating the Science of Global Climate Change
      Jonathan B. Jarvis
The National Park Service Interpretation and Education Evaluation Summit
Learning Together: A Summary of the National Park Service Interpretation and Education Evaluation Summit

      Julia Washburn, editor
Remarks from the Chair, Education Committee, National Park System Advisory Board
      Daniel L. Ritchie
Remarks from the Director, National Park Service
      Mary Bomar

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Volume 23, #3 (2006)

Volume 23, #3
The Antiquities Act and the Acreage Debate
      Frank Norris
The All Taxa Biodiversity Inventory (ATBI) of Great Smoky Mountains National Park
      Becky Nichols, guest editor
Prologue
      Michael Soukup
The ATBI in the Smokies: An Overview
      Peter White and Keith Langdon
The Science Approach to the Smokies ATBI
      Charles Parker and Ernest Bernard
Science Education Programs with the ATBI
      Jeanie Hilten, Jamie Cox, Dan Dourson, Heather Grossnickle, Jennifer Pierce, Susan Sachs, Paul Super, and Mark Wetzel
Implications of an ATBI for Reserve Stewardship
      Keith Langdon, Peter White, and Becky Nichols
Scientific Findings, Success Stories, Lessons Learned, and an Alliance of ATBIs
      Keith Langdon, Charles Parker, and Becky Nichols

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Volume 23, #2 (2006)

Volume 23, #2VISITOR IMPACT MONITORING: OLD ISSUES, NEW CHALLENGES
     
Christopher Monz and Yu-Fai Leung, guest editors
Visitor Impact Monitoring: Old Issues, New Challenges—An Introduction to this Special Issue
      Yu-Fai Leung and Christopher Monz
Visitor and Recreation Impact Monitoring: Is It Lost in the Gulf between Science and Management?
      David N. Cole
Meaningful Measures: Developing Indicators of Visitor Impact in the National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring Program
      Christopher Monz and Yu-Fai Leung
Monitoring Campsite Proliferation and Conditions: Recent Methodological Considerations
      Peter Newman, Christopher Monz, Yu-Fai Leung, David M. Theobald
Monitoring Trail Conditions: New Methodological Considerations
      Jeffrey L. Marion, Yu-Fai Leung, and Sanjay K. Nepal
Assessing the Effects of Human Activities on Wildlife
     Robert J. Steidl and Brian F. Powell
Recreation Monitoring at Acadia National Park
      Robert Manning, Charles Jacobi, and Jeffrey L. Marion
VERP: Putting Principles into Practice in Yosemite National Park
      James Bacon, James Roche, Crystal Elliot, and Niki Nicholas

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Volume 23, #1 (2006)

Volume 23, #1 The Antiquities Act: The First Hundred Years of a Landmark Law
      David Harmon, Francis P. McManamon, and Dwight T. Pitcaithley

THE ICOMOS–ENAME CHARTER: NEW PRINCIPLES FOR INTERPRETING CULTURAL HERITAGE SITES
The ICOMOS–Ename Charter Initiative / Rethinking the Role of Heritage Interpretation in the 21st Century
      Neil Silberman
Text of the ICOMOS–Ename Charter for the Interpretation of Cultural Heritage Sites

Some Background Musings on the Need for an ICOMOS–Ename Charter for the Interpretation of Cultural Heritage Sites
      Gustavo Araoz
Economics and Authenticity: A Collision of Interpretations in Cane River National Heritage Area, Louisiana
      David W. Morgan, Kevin C. MacDonald, and Fiona J. L. Handley
Application of an Issue Evolution Model to Wildlife Issues in National Parks
      Kirsten M. Leong, Daniel J. Decker, Margaret A. Wild, and John Karish
Adaptive Management of National Park Ecosystems
      Tony Prato
Partners in Parks: 1988–2006
     Sarah G. Bishop

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Volume 22, #4 (2005)

Volume 22, #4FIRE MANAGEMENT IN PARKS AND PROTECTED AREAS
     
Bruce M. Kilgore, guest editor
Fire Management in Parks and Protected Areas: An Introduction and Summay
     Bruce M. Kilgore
Fire in the Parks: A Case Study for Change Management
     Norman L. Christensen
The Wildland Fire Challenge: Protecting Communities and Restoring Ecosystems
     Gregory H. Aplet and Bo Wilmer
Forest Health and Fire in the National Parks: Workshop Summary
     Norman L. Christensen
Fire, Forest Health, and Biodiversity: A Summary of the Proceedings of the Second Annual Symposium of the National Commission on Science and Sustainable Forestry
     Norman L. Christensen
Federal Forest Fire Policy in the United States
     Scott L. Stephens and Lawrence W. Ruth
Fire, Ecosystems, and People: A Preliminary Assessment of Fire as a Global Conservation Issue
     Jeff Hardesty, Ron Myers, and Wendy Fulks

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Volume 22, #1 (2005)

Volume 22, #1 CONSERVATION PRACTICE AT THE LANDSCAPE SCALE
     
Daniel N. Laven, Nora J. Mitchell, and Deane Wang, guest editors
Examining Conservation Practice at the Landscape Scale
     Daniel N. Laven, Nora J. Mitchell, and Deane Wang
National Heritage Areas: Places on the Land, Places in the Mind
     Brenda Barrett
The Right Direction: Imagining the Future of the Potomac
     J. Glenn Eugster
From Conservation Diplomacy to Transborder Landscapes: The Protection of Biodiversity Across North America’s Borders
     Charles C. Chester
Two Countries, One Forest — Deux Pays, Une Forêt: Launching a Landscape-Scale Conservation Collaborative in the Northern Appalachian Region of the United States and Canada
     Emily M. Bateson
On Defying Nature’s End: The Case for Landscape-Scale Conservation
     Gustavo A. B. da Fonseca, Aaron Bruner, Russell A. Mittermeier, Keith Alger, Claude Gascon, and Richard E. Rice
Protected Areas in 2023: Scenarios for an Uncertain Future
     Jeffrey A. McNeely

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