1992 GWS Conference Proceedings

Partners in Stewardship is the proceedings volume from the 1992 GWS Biennial Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites. The book (479 pp.) is available as a paperback ($16) postpaid to US & Canadian addresses (additional shipping elsewhere). GWS members get a 25% discount off these prices. Order on-line



Brown, William E., and Stephen D. Veirs, Jr., eds. Partners in Stewardship: Proceedings of the 7th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands. Hancock, Michigan: George Wright Society.

PREFACE: William E. Brown

PART 1: PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONFERENCE; Session Summaries; List of Poster Presentations


  • Jeanne Schaaf: The Shared Beringian Heritage Program: A Study of Culture and Landscape History in Beringia
  • G. A. Bull: Partnerships and the Canadian Parks Service
  • Thomas D. Thiessen: The Integration of Cultural Resources, Research, and Management: An Example from the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, North Dakota
  • Robert P. Powers: Why Ask Why? Thoughts on Archeological Research in the U.S. National Park System
  • Ian Clarke: CRM Planning in Banff National Park: The Dilemma of the National Mandate
  • David A. Mihalic: Cooperative Cultural Resources Management in a Natural Area: Resources Stewardship through Effective Partnerships
  • John Hadidian: Science and the Management of White-Tailed Deer in the U.S. National Parks
  • W. M. Tzilkowski, S. E. Fairweather, G. L. Storm, and T. W. Bowersox: Forest Regeneration and White-Tailed Deer at Gettysburg National Military Park
  • William R. Supernaugh: Management's Perspective on White-Tailed Deer
  • Diane M. Ewell and David T. Gay: Long-Term Monitoring of Ozone Injury to Yellow Pines in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
  • Judith E. Rocchio, Diane M. Ewell, C. Trent Procter, and Brent K. Takemoto: Project FOREST: The Forest Ozone Response Study
  • Barbara J. West, Jake Vander Wal, and Gail Jackson: The Binational Program to Restore and Protect Lake Superior: Protecting Parks and Resources through International Cooperation
  • Jeff Connor, Joe Arnold, and Ken Czarnowski: Restoration of Three High-Altitude Lakes Inundated by Dams within Rocky Mountain National Park
  • L. P. Gough et al.: The Use of Biomonitors in Air Quality Studies in National Parks and Preserves
  • Elena Robisch and R. Gerald Wright: Charismatic Megafauna in U.S. National Parks: Trends, Regulating Factors, and Management Issues
  • Regina Rochefort and David L. Peterson: Genetic Management Units: Managing Biodiversity in National Parks
  • Hilary Swain and Vickie Larson: Selecting Lands for Stewardship: A GIS Approach
  • L. Kyle Jones: From Inventory to Reintroduction: Using a Threatened and Endangered Species Inventory to Target Management Needs
  • R. Gerald Wright: The Evolution of Wildlife Management Policy in the U.S. National Park Service
  • Dan Huff: On Naturalness
  • James D. Webb: Peril and Hope: The Race for the Everglades
  • James F. Milestone: Geographic Description of the Greater Mt. Mazama Ecosystem
  • Thomas J. Stohlgren, Jill Baron, and Timothy G. F. Kittel: Understanding Coupled Climatic, Hydrological, and Ecosystem Responses to Global Climate Change in the Colorado Rockies Biogeographical Area
  • Mary Ann Grasser: The Greater Yellowstone Vision
  • Frank Buono: The Lesson of National Rifle Association v. Potter
  • Roger J. Siglin: Subsistence and Wilderness: The Alaska Experience
  • John E. Cook: Native American Traditional Uses of Renewable Resources in National Parks
  • D. Scott Slocombe and Suzanne den Ouden: Ecosystem Management in the Ivvavik (Northern Yukon) National Park Region
  • Ted Birkedal: Ancient Hunters in the Alaskan Wilderness: Human Predators and their Role and Effect on Wildlife Populations and the Implications for Resource Management
  • Doug Reynolds: History of Partnerships and Resources in the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor
  • Paul M. Bray: Broadening the Idea of Park: The Future is with Us
  • Peter A. Morton and Jeffrey T. Olson: Forging the Link between Natural Forest Systems, Environmental Quality, and Community Development
  • Joseph C. Dunstan and Geoffrey M. Swan: The Ethics of Sustainability
  • T. Destry Jarvis: Conservation by Partnership: The 21st Century Paradigm
  • Patricia A. MacLaren: Bridging the Gap Between Biologists and Managers: Resource Management Audits
  • Barry Allen: Management Strategies for Protected Landscapes
  • Robert L. Arnberger: Economic Benefits Attributable to Big Bend National Park
  • Richard R. Bachand and William A. Patterson III: Identifying Upland-to-Wetland Transitions in the Cape Cod National Seashore: A Multivariate Approach to Long-Term Monitoring
  • Delmar Bachert, Paul Gaskill, and Wayne Williams: Activism: Animal Rights and the Wildlife Refuge
  • L. Peter Boice: The Department of Defense's Legacy Resource Management Program: Demonstrating Environmental Leadership through Enhanced Stewardship of our Natural and Cultural Resources
  • Sarah Bransom and Raymond Gunn: The Glen Canyon Dam Environmental Impact Statement: Can "Partners in Stewardship" Work?
  • Warren Lee Brown: Park Boundaries: Where to Draw the Line
  • F. A. Calabrese: Science and Management: Implementing an Effective Program
  • Bruce A. Connery et al.: Partnerships for Peregrines
  • J. H. Connery et al.: Visitor Risk Assessment and Ecology of Lyme Disease in Acadia National Park, Maine
  • Melissa A. Connor: Human Ecology of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem
  • Jim Fox: Protecting Parkway Viewscapes: A Vital Community Approach
  • Robert H. Gray: Wildlife Monitoring, Research, and Resource Management on the Hanford Reservation in Southeastern Washington
  • Arthur K. Ireland: The Warm Springs Special Study: A View from the Air-Photointerpretation and Cultural Resources in New Mexico
  • Jonathan B. Jarvis: Hydropower Relicensing: Wildlife Mitigation on the Skagit Project
  • John P. Kumer and C. E. Furbish: Surf Water Quality Monitoring at Assateague Island National Seashore
  • Paul Labovitz, Barbara Nelson-Jameson, and Rory Robinson: The Planning of a Heritage Corridor: The Ohio & Erie Canal Corridor in Northeast Ohio
  • Carmen Lane: A Campus for Global Environment and Economic Leadership
  • Mark J. Lynott: Past Patterns of Human Adaptation in the Eastern Ozarks, Southeast Missouri
  • Patricia A. MacLaren: Partners in Communications: "Resource Management Notes"
  • Larry Martin: Hydrologic Impacts of Groundwater Withdrawals at the Proposed Buxton Woods Wellfield Near Cape Hatteras National Seashore
  • Diane Miller: In Support of Cultural Resources Management: The National Register Information System and the Integrated Preservation Software
  • Kerry Moss: The Sounds of Silence: "Quiet" as a Resource in National Parks
  • Paul R. Nickens: Resources and the Conservation Ethic: Advances in Site Preservation and Long-Term Management Goals
  • Bruce J. Noble: Cooperative Cultural Resources Management in a Natural Area
  • Donald Reeser: Establishment of the Resources Management Division, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
  • Jeffrey J. Richner: The Chippewa Occupation of Voyageurs National Park
  • John R. Short: Characterization and Mapping of the Anthropogenic Soils of the Washington Monument Grounds
  • Hilary Swain, C. Ross Hinkle, and Paul A. Schmalzer: Stewardship at the Local Level: A Case Study from Brevard County, Florida
  • Michael J. Tranel and Rodney G. Horrocks: Changing to Prevent Change: Building a Science and Resource Management Program at Timpanogos Cave National Monument
  • Gaylord Nelson: The Public Lands of the United States: An Endangered Species