Back Issues of the George Wright Forum

Volume 21, #2 (2004)

Mission Statements
Reading the Earth: From Wonder to Appreciation
     Robert Sterling Yard
Intangible Values of Protected Areas
Intangible Values of Protected Areas: What Are They? Why Do They Matter?
     David Harmon
Managing the Intangible
     Anthony J. English and Ellen Lee
National Parks as Scientific Benchmark Standards for the Biosphere;
Or, How Are You Going to Tell How It Used to Be, When There’s Nothing Left to See?
     Gary E. Davis, David M. Graber, and Steven A. Acker
Aesthetic Values and Protected Areas: A Story of Symbol Preservation
     Eduardo Crespo de Nogueira and Consuelo Martínez Flores
Battling Religions in Parks and Forest Reserves: Facing Religion in Conflicts over Protected Places
     Bron Taylor and Joel Geffen
Life and the Nature of Life—in Parks
     Holmes Rolston III
Protected Landscapes in Canada: Current Practice and Future Significance
     Guy S. Swinnerton and Susan Buggey

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Volume 21, #1 (2004)

Mission Statements
From Deep History to the Century of the Environment: The National Park Service as Environmental Leader
     Edward O. Wilson
PRESERVING NATURAL SOUNDSCAPES IN THE U.S. NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM
      Howie Thompson, guest editor
Natural Sounds: An Endangered Species
     Marvin Jensen and Howie Thompson
Natural Soundscapes in the National Park System
     Marvin Jensen and Howie Thompson
Natural Sounds Impairment
     Bob Rossman
Military Overflight Program
     Steve Oppermann
Air Tour Management Plan Program
     Howie Thompson
Soundscape Studies in National Parks
     Skip Ambrose and Shan Burson

For Whom Will the Liberty Bell Toll? From Controversy to Collaboration
     Gary B. Nash
Business Models for Protected Areas
     Jonathan Meade

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Volume 20, #4 (2003)

VOICES FROM DURBAN: Reflections on the 2003 World Parks Congress
“I Feel Roots Here”
     Jessica Brown
Parks, Poverty, and the Conservation of Biodiversity
     Thomas Cobb
Place-based Ocean Conservation Has Arrived
     Gary E. Davis
Listening to Africa
     David Harmon
Joining Hands in New Partnerships
     Nora Mitchell
Looking Beyond Our Own Lifetimes
     Peter Newman
Personal Connections and Politics in Durban
     David Ostergren
Balancing Sustainable Development and Ecological Values
     David J. Parsons
A Human Ecosystem of Caring
     John Reynolds
Protecting and Respecting the Protectors
     Rick Smith
From Denali to Durban
     Michael J. Tranel
Benefits Beyond Boundaries: Thoughts from the WPC
     George N. Wallace
A Time to Celebrate, a Time to Despair
     Stephen Woodley

Through the Fog of War in Iraq: Lessons Learned in Heritage Preservation
     Ann Hitchcock
Alleviating Multiple Threats to Protected Areas with Adaptive Ecosystem Management: The Case of Waterton–Glacier International Peace Park
     Tony Prato
How Attitudes and Values Shape Access to National Parks
     Joanna Kafarowski
The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Conservation
     Ben A. Minteer and Robert E. Manning


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Volume 20, #3 (2003)

Mission Statements: Where We Need to Go—Lessons from Septima Clark
     Dwight T. Pitcaithley
Science, Emotion, and Advocacy: An Interview with Richard Leakey
THE CHALLENGE OF WILDERNESS STEWARDSHIP
The Challenge of Wilderness Stewardship
     David J. Parsons and David N. Cole
Agency Policy and the Resolution of Wilderness Stewardship Dilemmas
     David N. Cole
Ecological Restoration in Wilderness: Natural versus Wild in National Park Service Wilderness
     David M. Graber
The Challenge of Doing Science in Wilderness: Historical, Legal, and Policy Context
     Peter Landres, Judy Alderson, and David J. Parsons
Wolf Handling at Isle Royale: Can We Find Another Approach?
     Jack Oelfke, Rolf Peterson, John Vucetich, and Leah Vucetich
Selecting Indicators and Understanding Their Role in Wilderness Experience Stewardship at Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve
     Brian Glaspell, Alan Watson, Katie Kneeshaw, and Don Pendergrast
Computer Simulation as a Tool for Developing Alternatives for Managing Crowding at Wilderness Campsites on Isle Royale
     Steven R. Lawson, Ann Mayo Kiely, and Robert E. Manning
Cultural Resource Management in National Park Service Wilderness Areas: Conflict or Cooperation?
     Gary F. Somers
Securing an Enduring Wilderness in the National Park System: The Role of the National Wilderness Steering Committee
     Wes Henry and Steve Ulvi

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Volume 20, #2 (2003)

STEWARDSHIP OF HERITAGE AREAS
     Brenda Barrett & Nora Mitchell, guest editors
Stewardship of Living Landscapes
     Brenda Barrett and Nora Mitchell
Turning Ideas on Their Head: The New Paradigm of Protected Areas
     Adrian Phillips
International Models of Protected Landscapes
     Brent Mitchell
Roots for the National Heritage Family Tree
     Brenda Barrett
Evolution of the Heritage Areas Movement
     J. Glenn Eugster
Report from the Field: The Whole is So Much More than the Sum of Its Parts
     Laura Gates and Nancy I.M. Morgan
A Vehicle for Conserving and Intrepreting Our Recent Industrial Heritage
     Constance C. Bodurow

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Volume 20, #1 (2003)

Protected Areas and Social Justice: The View from South Asia
     Ashish Kothari
Our History's History
     Robert M. Dunkerly
International Trends in Park Tourism: The Emerging Role of Finance
     Paul F.J. Eagles
Changing Approaches to Management at the Tsankawi Mesa of Bandelier National Monument
     Michael Kelleher


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Volume 19, #2 (2002)

ONCE AGAIN, WHY PUBLIC PARKS?
     Guest Editor: Maurice H. Schwartz
The Many Values of Public Parks
     Maurice H. Schwartz
Origins of Fully Funded Public Parks
     John W. Henneberger
Recreational Values of Public Parks
     Robert Manning and Thomas More
The Economic Foundations of Public Parks
     Thomas Michael Power
Why Urban Parks: A Matter of Equity?
     Heath Schenker
The Meaning of Nature: Wilderness, Wildlife, and Ecological Values in the National Parks
     James A. Pritchard
The Value of Historic and Cultural Resources in Public Parks
     Ross M. Kimmel
Scientific Values of Public Parks
     David Graber
Why National Parks?
     Alfred Runte
State Parks: The Backbone
     James Dunmyer
Management of Resources-Based Tourism at Tikal National Park in Northern Guatemala
     Ikuko Fujisaki

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Volume 19, #1 (2002)