Back Issues of the George Wright Forum

Volume 12, #4 (1995)

Volume 12, #3 (1995)

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The Pursuit of Sustainability: Joining Science and Public Choice 
     George H. Stankey
Dealing with In-Park Controversy Surrounding Resources Management Programs: A Case Study of the Island Fox Monitoring Program at Channel Islands National Park  
     Timothy J. Coonan and Catherin A. Schwemm
Visualization in Decision-Support Systems: A Proposal for the New River Gorge National River
     Michael L. O'Brien, patrick A. Miller, Lee R. Skabelund, and Claudia G. Phillips
The Visitor Experience and Resource Protection (VERP) Process: The Application of Carrying Capacity to Arches National Park
     Robert E. Manning, David W. Lime, Marilyn Hof, and Wayne A. Freimund
Coping with Change: People, Forests, and Biodiveristy
      Jeffery A. McNeely

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Volume 12, #2 (1995)

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Letter from Gustavus:  Values
      William E. Brown

Interpretation and the Four Estates
     James B. Thompson and James A. Mack
Cultural Resources Protection and Oil Spill Mitigation After the Exxon Valdez Disaster
      Rick S. Kurtz

Report from Portland: The 8th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands

The Sense of the Conference
     William E. Brown
Some Thoughts About Caring for the Parks and the Land
      Roger Kennedy
Some Thoughts About "Some Thoughts About...."
      Jean Matthews

Parks and Reserves in a Re-emerging Russia

Forging the National Park Concept in the Russian Federation
     David Haskell
Two Memoirs of Life and Work in a Far Eastern Russian Reserve
     Victoria Churikova and Valery Druzjaka
Research in the Lapland Biosphere Reserve
     Valery Barcan

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Volume 11, #4 (1994)

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Letter from Gustavus: The One Sure Line
      William E. Brown


Proposal for a National Park Institute: A Call for Interest
      Gary E. Davis
The "Status of Protected Areas in North America" Project: A Introductory Note
     Ed Wiken, Tony Olsen, and Miguel Esquiha-Zamora

Three Views of the Wild on the 30th Anniversary of The Wilderness Act
The Wildlands Project: A Vision for Life
     James R. Strittholt
Building a Wilderness Recovery Network
      Reed F. Noss
Wilderness, Myth, and American Character
      Marvin Henberg

Remembering Abraham Lincoln: History and Myth
     Richard West Sellars
Parks for Life: Action for Protected Areas in Europe
     Adrian Phillips

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Volume 11, #3 (1994)

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Letter from Gustavus: While Rome Burns 
William E. Brown

Population Growth, Demographic Change, and the Future of Protected Areas
Introduction
The Long View: Population-Environment Dynamics in Historical Persepctive
      Gayl D. Ness
Sharing the Earth: Case Studies on Population, Wildlife, and the Environment
       Patricia Waak-Strom
Linking Community Programs in Environment to Programs in Population: Towards Sustainable Communities that Sustain Sanctuaries
      Richard P. Cincotta
Population Growth, Demographic Change, and Cultural Landscapes
     Graham Woodgate and Colin Sage
Sustaining the Wild equals Sustaining the World
     Gaylord Nelson
Protected Area Deforestation in South Sumatra, Indonesia
     Steven R. Brechin, Surya Chandra Surapaty, Laurel Heydir, and Eddy Roflin
The Mexico-USA Border Region: The Filling of an Empty Land
     Glen Kaye
Protected Lands, Population Growth, and Women's Lives: A Proposed Agenda for Action
     Robert Engelman
The Future of Protected Areas in a Crowded World
     David Harmon and Steven R. Brechin

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Volume 11, #2 (1994)

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Letter from Gustavus
     William E. Brown

Population Growth, Demographic Change, and the Future of Protected Areas
Introduction
     William H. Mulligan, Jr.
Rethinking Labor History: The West Virginia/Virginia Coal Mining Industry
     Harry A Butowsky
The Opana Radar Site
     Harry A Butowsky
Mr. Lincoln's Neighbors: Historic Preservation/Restoration in the Lincoln Home National Historic Site
     Craig Alan Drone
The Fort Valley Experiment Station and Its Preservation
     Susan Deaver Olderding
Go Learn It on the Mountain: An Interpretive Agenda for New Hampshire's Tallest Peak
     Parker B. Potter, Jr. and Nancy Jo Chabot
Poem: With Ridiculous Caution
     Susan Stevens
Computers and Preservation: Meeting the Challenges of the 1990s
     Dana B. Supernowicz and E. Steve McNiel
Women's Work: Finding Significance at the Local Level
     Rebecca Yamin

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Volume 11, #1 (1994)

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Letter from Gustavus
     William E. Brown

Dubrovnik's Old City: The Destruction of a World Heritage Cultural Site
     UNESCO, Institutue for the Protection of the Cultural Monuments and Natural Environment of Dubrovnik, and Institute for the Rehabilitation of Dubrovnik
Bird Checklists: A Review and Guidelines
     Ro Wauer
Overcoming Political and Administrative Barriers to Effective Protected Areas Management
     Bruce Davis
From New Prepectives to Ecosystem Management
     William E. Shands, Ann Black, and Jim Giltmier
The Wilderness Act of 1964: Its Relationship to the NPS Organic Act
     Frank Buono
Heritage or Millstone? A Review of the Relevance of Historic Landscapes to Sustainable Management in New Zealand Today
     Valerie G. Kirby

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Volume 10, #4 (1993)

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Letter from Gustavus: Leading the World to Sustainability
     William E. Brown

Sustainability, Respect, and Responsibility
Why Sustainability?
     Joseph C. Dunstan, Katherine L. Jope, and Geoffrey M. Swan
Some Thoughts on Sustainability
     Edwin P. Pister
Sustainability in Historical-Philosophical Perspective
     J. Baird Callicott
A Sustainable Society: What Is It? How Do We Get There?
     Stephen Viederman
Sustainability, Natural Law, and the "Real World"
     Gary K. Meffe
What on Earth are We Doing?
     USNPS Denver Service Center
Integrated Bioclimatic Architecture
     Javier Barba
Strengthening the "Ability" of Sustainability: A Personal Perspective on Motivations and Sustainable Design
     Joan Hirschman
Balancing Management Goals for Ecological Systems on a Sustainable Basis: An Analysis of the Pacific Northwest Timber Dispute
     David K. Cox, Val R. Beasley, and Paul W. Andrews
Sustainable Design and the U.S. National Park Service
     John J. Reynolds
Sustainable Tourism in the Nature and National Parks of Europe
     John Anfield

A Science Agenda and Strategy for the U.S. National Biological Survey
     Gary E. Davis
Is the USNPS Ready for Science?
     David A. Haskell

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Volume 10, #3 (1993)

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Letter from Gustavus: An Open Letter on ANILCA
     William E. Brown

Wading into the NBS Pool
     Robert M. Linn and David Harmon
Fisheries Resource Management Issues and Policies, Interpretation-and the USNPS Mission
     Daniel R. Tardona and Jayne Tardona
U.S. National Park Service Inventory and Monitoring: A California Park Perspective
     Judd A. Howell
Can Wildlife Pay for Itself?
     Martin Holdgate
What We've Learned About GIS: One Park's Experience in the World of Geographic Information Systems
     Chuck Rafkind, Hugh Devine, John Karish, and Patti Dienna
The Rise and Decline of Ecological Attitudes in National Park Management: Part III (Conclusion)
     Richard West Sellars

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Volume 10, #2 (1993)

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Lesson of the Past - Foundations for the Future
     John Donahue, Guest Editor
Introduction
      John Donahue
Fountains of Life
     John Donahue
A Letter from Friendship Hill
     Roger Kennedy
Ecosystem Management: The Relationship Amoung Science, Land Managers, and the Public
     John Freemuth and R. McGreggor Cawley
Related Lands and the U.S. National Park Service
     James W. Cloeman, Jr.
Thinning the Blood - Another Myth
      Frank Buono
The Evolution of Wildlife Management Ethics: From Human-Centered to Humane
     Wayne Pacelle
Wildlife Management Technology
     Jay F. Kirkpatrick
Sustainable Forestry
     Elizabeth Estill and Miles Hemstrom
Pushing the Limits of Boundaries
     Joseph C. Dunstan and Katherine L. Jope

The Rise and Decline of Ecological Attitudes in National Park Management, 1929-1940: Part II
     Richard West Sellars

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Volume 10, #1 (1993)

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A National Biological Survey: Some Issues, Concerns, and Historical Background
      A Memo from the GWS Executive Office
Social Science and Protected Area Management: The Principles of Partnership
     Gary E. Machlis
Building Resource Inventories on a Global Scale
     William P. Gregg, Jr., Erica Serabian, and Michael A. Ruggiero
Asessment of Hurricane Andrew's Immediate Impacts on Natural and Archeological Resources of Big Cypress National Preserve, Biscayne National Park, and Everglades National Park
     Gary E. Davis, Mark Flora, Lloyd L. Loope, Brian Mitchell, Charles T. Roman, George Smith, Michael Soukup, and James T. Tilmant
Resource Protection through Cooperative Planning
     Luther Propst
Protected Landscapes: One Way Forward
      John Aitchison and Michael Beresford
The Rise and Decline of Ecological Attitudes in National Park Management, 1929-1940: Part I
     Richard West Sellars

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