Back Issues of the George Wright Forum

Volume 15, #4 (1998)

Cover, vol. 17, no. 4
2000: The Year of Maryland State Parks --- and Beyond?
Maurice H. Schwartz


Box Sixty-Five:  Reflections on Six Years with the GWS Board 
     Jonahtan B. Jarvis


Historical Perspectives on Science and Management in Yellowstone National Park
 
Introduction
     Susan Rhoades Neel & Paul Schullery
Preserving the Beasts of Waste and Desolation: Theodore Roosevelt and Predator Control in Yellowstone Park
     Jeremy Johnston
Charles C. Adams and Early Ecological Rationales for Yellowstone National Park, 1916-1941
      James Prtichard
The War Against Blister Rust in Yellowstone National Park, 1945-1978
      Katherine C. Kendall and Jennifer M. Asebrook
A Public Face for Science: A Starker Leopold and the Leopold Report
     Kiki Leigh Rydell

Close Cousins Consider Landscapes: Comparative Notes on Cultural Landscape Work in Australia and the United States
      Jillian Cowley


 
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Volume 15, #3 (1998)

Cover, vol. 17, no. 4 WCPA News: Raising the profile of Protected Areas in the Convention on Biological Diversity

Protected Areas: Making the Global Connection 
Protected Areas Networks Coordinate Conservation of Shared Resources
     Debra Clausen
A Global Representative System of marine Protected Areas
    Graeme Kelleher
Shorebird Conservation: Protecting Habitats for Hemispheric Migrants
     Jim Corven
The Shorebird Sister Schools Program
     Heather Johnson
A Circumpolar Protected Areas Network for Conserving Biological Diversity
     Leslie Kerr and Finn Kateras
The Mountain Protected Areas Network
     Lawerence S. Hamilton
The World Commission on Protected Areas: A Network of Professional Expertise
     David Sheppard

Sacred Grounds: Preserving America's Civil War Heritage (Part 2 of 2)

Thousand-Mile Front: Civil War in the Lower Mississippi Valley
     Sharon A. Calcote
Bilateral Resource Management and Development: The Illinois-Kentucky Civil War Heritage Trail
    Stephen A. Thompson
Interpretation and Preservation of Civil War Sites: Two Case Studies from West Kentucky
     William H. Mulligan, Jr.
Preserving Mississippi's Civil War Heritage
     Terrence F. Winschel

Yellowstone's Creation Myth
     Lee Whittlesey and Paul Schullery

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Volume 15, #2 (1998)

Cover, vol. 17, no. 4 Box Sixty-Five: Protected Areas Networks Coordinate Conservation of Shared Resources

     Brain C. Kenner


Learning from the Italian Park Experience 
Italian Park and Protected Area Experience and Twinning
     Paul M. Bray
Ideas from Overseas: American Preservation and Italian Restoration
     Marcus Hall
Parks and Protected Areas in Italy: An Overview
     Roberto Gambino
Italy's Leap Forward in Nature Protection Legislation
     James Sievert
From the National Park to Regional Systems of Linked National Parks and Protected Areas
     Franco Tassi
The Parco Artictic, Naturale e Culuturale della Val d'Orica
     Vieri Quilici

Sacred Grounds: Preserving America's Civil War Heritage (Part 1 of 2)

Introduction
     Joseph E Brent and William H. Mulligan, Jr.
The American Battlefield Protection Program: Forging Preservation partnerships at Historic Battlefields
     Tanya M. Gossett
Preserving Kentucky's Civil Wr Sites: Grassroots Efforts and Statewide Leadership
     Joseph E. Brent
The Making of the "Lee's Retreat" Driving Tour
     Chris Calkins

Book Review: "Places of Quiet Beauty: Parks, Preserves, and Environmentalism" by Rebecca Conrad
     reviewed by Ron Cockrell

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Volume 15, #1 (1998)

Cover, vol. 17, no. 4 Box Sixty-Five:  "To Provide for the Enjoyment": Recreation Management in the National Parks 

     Robert E. Manning 


The Business Connection 

The Business Connection: An Introduction
     Maurice H. Schwartz
The Foundations of the National Parks: Ideals and Realities
     Alfred Runte
The Economic Role of America's National Parks: Moving Beyond a Tourist Perspective
     Thomas Michael Power
The Busniness of Parks
     T. Destry Jarvis
The Management Implications of Revenue Parks
     Rick Barton
A Walk in the Park: Fee or Free?
     Shane Miller
NPS and the $300,000 Privy: A Parable for Management
     Phil Voorhees and Eileen Woodford

In Praise of Platt--Or, What is a 'Real' National Park?
     Jacilee Wray and Alexa Roberts

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Volume 14, #4 (1997)

Cover, vol. 17, no. 4 Box Sixty-Five:"Finding Value in Creatures Great and Small: Just Another Year in Yellowstone National Park" 
      Charles C. Chester

 The Cape Town Declaration on "Parks for Peace"
     The International Conference on Transboundary Protected Areas
Durward L. Allen, 1910-1997: An Appreciation
     Rolf O. Peterson
A Report from the Second World Congress of the International Ranger Federation
     Bill Halainen
2000, The Year of the Parks: An Open Letter to President Clinton
     Maurice H. Schwartz
The National Conference on State Parks: Reflections on Organizational Genealogy
      Rebecca Conard
Natural Resource Interpretation and Conservation Education in a Global Society
      Jayne H. Tardona & Daniel R. Tardona
Assessing the Ecosystem Management Program of St. Lawreence Islands National Park, Ontario, Canada
     William R. Stephenson & Paul Zorn
Human Dimensions Research Needs in Uganda's Kibale National Park
      Stephen E. Whitesell, Olive Kyampaire & Robert J. Lilieholm
Francis Bacon: Prophet of the Modern Park
     John W. Henneberger

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Volume 14, #3 (1997)

Volume 14, #1 (1997)

Volume 13, #3 (1996)

Cover, vol. 17, no. 4 Letter from Gustavus: Islands of Hope - Now More Than Ever
     William E. Brown

Take Back Our Language 

     Jean Matthews

A Report from Moscow: A New Environmental Education Center for Russia

     Natalia Danilina

Wildlife Management in the National Park System: The Self-Regulation Theory Revisited - Report from the ESA Conference 

     R. Gerald Wright


Voices of the New West: The National Park Service in the 20th Century
Editor's Preface
     Art Gomez
The National Park Service and the American West: New Voices, New Missions, New History
     Michael E. Welsh
The New Western History and the National Parks
     Richard White
Land of Constant Change: Uncle Sam and the Town Dweller Settle the West
     Duane A. Smith
The National Park Service Restructuring: A Perspective
     Jerry L. Rogers
The Future of the NPS History Program
    Dwight T. Pitcaithley

Reforming Public Land Management with New Incentives
     Randal O'Toole
The Public Lands and the National Heritage
     Charles F. Wilkinson

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Volume 13, #2 (1996)

Cover, vol. 17, no. 4 Letter from Gustavus: The Will to Live in a Livable Future
      William E. Brown

Values, Ethics, and Public Lands
Introduction
     Robert E. Manning
Shifting and Expanding Forest Values: The Case of the U.S. National Forests
     David N. Bengston and Zhi Xu
Environmental Values and Ethics: An Empirical Study of the Philosophical Foundations for Park Policy
     Robert E. Manning, William A. Valliere, & Ben A. Minteer
Should Wilderness Areas Become Biodiversity Reserves?
     F. Baird Callicott
Beyond Preservation
      Max Oelschlaeger
Rethinking Place, Reinventing Nature: An Environmental Justice Perspective on Managing the Public Lands
     Robert Gottlieb & Louis Blumberg
Encouraging Environmental Care: A Code of Ethics for Short Hills Provincial Park
     Ingrid Leman Stefanovic
A Wilderness Ethic for the Age of Cyberspace
     Roderick Frazier Nash

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Volume 13, #1 (1996)

Cover, vol. 17, no. 4 Letter from Gustavus: Nature and Culture in Historic Landscapes
     William E. Brown

Balancing Nature and Culture in Historic Landscapes
Guest Editors' Preface
     Charles A. Birnbaum & Sandra L. Tallant
The Twentieth-Century Landscape Park
     Ethan Carr
Moving Towards the Middle in a World of Extremes - Nature and Culture in Historic Landscapes
     Robert Z. Melnick
Is Landscape Preservation an Oxymoron?
     Robert E. Cook
The Nature of Culture and the Culture of Nature
     John Dixon Hunt
Master Plan for Renewing Louisville Kentucky's Olmsted Parks and Parksway - A Guide to Sustainable Landscape Management
     Rolf Sauer
Integrating Cultural and Natural Landscape Values in Louisville's Olmsted Parks and Parkways
     Patricia M. O'Donnell
Balancing Nature and Culture in Historic Landscapes - A Listing of Sessions and Papers

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