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Cover, vol. 32 no. 3

 

The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
Holding Course
Michael Soukup

Letter from Woodstock
Find Your System
Rolf Diamant

The Heart of the Matter:
New Essential Reading on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites

Protected Area Governance and Management, edited by Graeme L. Worboys et al.
Reviewed by David Harmon

Man and Nature at 150: Reflections in Contemporary Conservation
Brent A. Mitchell, guest editor

Preface
Brent A. Mitchell

Marsh’s Man and Nature at 150
David Lowenthal

Marsh, Mayors, and Civic Stewardship: With David Lowenthal in Italy
Rolf Diamant

Bushwacking to the Source: The Most Influential Nature Book You’ve Never Read
John Elder

Conservation and Soft Diplomacy: Engagement Abroad Brings Benefits at Home
Brent A. Mitchell

The Necessity of Stewardship: George Perkins Marsh and the Nature of Conservation
Nora J. Mitchell and Rolf Diamant

The View from Mount Tom: Perspectives from the Childhood Landscape of George Perkins Marsh
Christina Marts

Climate Change: Responding to the Crisis Portended by George Perkins Marsh
Nicholas A. Fisichelli, Gregor W. Schuurman, and Edmund Sharron

 

The Alaska Lands Controversy: A Fight Bigger than the Last Frontier
Chance Finegan

Visitor Perceptions of Roadside Bear Viewing and Management in Yellowstone National Park
Leslie Richardson, Kerry Gunther, Tatjana Rosen, and Chuck Schwartz

The Role of Universities in Protected Area Management: Considerations for the Future
B. Derrick Taff, Megan Jones, Brett Bruyere, Peter Newman, James R. Barborak,
Michael J. Manfredo, and Ryan Finchum