Volume 30, #3 (2013)

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The National Park Service Centennial Essay Series
An Enlightened Beginning: The National Park Service and the American Latino Heritage
Joseph P. Sánchez and Angelica Sánchez-Clark

Letter from Woodstock
The Presidio Matters
Rolf Diamant

The Heart of the Matter:
New essential reading on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites

Revolutionary Parks: Conservation, Social Justice, and Mexico’s National Parks,
1910–1940, by Emily Wakild

Reviewed by Nelly Robles García

Last of His Kind? Some Reflections on the Career and Legacy of George P. Hartzog, Jr.
Laura J. Feller

Six Shutdown Lessons for the National Park Service and its Supporters
David Harmon


Selected Papers from the 2013 George Wright Society Conference
Tort Liability in National Parks and
How NPS Tracks, Manages, and Responds to Tortious Incidents

Scott Breen

Proposing New Barrens National Natural Landmarks
Mary C. Brickle, Todd R. Lookingbill, and Katharina A.M. Engelhardt

Expanding Parks and Reducing Human Numbers:
A Superior Alternative to Embracing the Anthropocene Era

Philip Cafaro

Can Organizations Learn? Exploring a Shift from Conflict to Collaboration
Nelly Robles Garcia and Jack Corbett

Spiritual Outcomes of Park Experience: A Synthesis of Recent Social Science Research
Paul Heintzman

Protecting Historical Heritage: The Commemorative Integrity Evaluation Program
at Parks Canada’s National Historic Sites

Patricia E. Kell

Co-managing Parks with Aboriginal Communities:
Improving Outcomes for Conservation and Cultural Heritage

Greg Leaman

Dissecting Credibility:
Components of Credibility for Science/Resource Management Professionals

Jerry M. Mitchell, Christie Anastasia, Ben Bobowski, and Giselle Mora-Bourgeois

Establishing the Science Foundation to Sustain High-Elevation, Five-Needle Pine
Forests Threatened by Novel Interacting Stresses in Four Western National Parks

A.W. Schoettle, J. Connor, J. Mack, P. Pineda Bovin, J. Beck, G.M. Baker, R.A. Sniezko,
and K.S. Burns


Two More Views on the Future of Wolves at Isle Royale National Park
Island Complications: Should We Retain Wolves on Isle Royale?
Tim Cochrane

The Case for Watchful Waiting with Isle Royale’s Wolf Population
L. David Mech

Discernment and Precaution: A Response to Cochrane and Mech
John A. Vucetich, Rolf O. Peterson, and Michael P. Nelson

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