1995 GWS Conference Proceedings

Sustainable Society and Protected Areas is the proceedings volume from the 1995 GWS Biennial Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites.  OUT OF PRINT.  Individual papers may be obtained as photocopies for a charge; contact the GWS office for details.

 

CITATION

Linn, Robert M., ed. 1995. Sustainable Society and Protected Areas: Contributed Papers of the 8th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands. Hancock, Michigan: George Wright Society.


  • Sarah G. Bishop: Partnerships for Ecosystem Management and Sustainable Development: Some Biosphere Reserve Models
  • Carol L. Chambers, Joan C. Hagar, and William C. McComb: Linking Reserve Areas: Using Animal Responses to Silvicultural Systems as Models for Management
  • Terry L. Clements: Mount Rogers Scenic Byway: A Case Study Analyzing Natural and Cultural Resources to Develop Regional Interpretive Plans
  • Susan Badger Doyle: Stagecoach Routes in Sheridan County, Wyoming, 1879-1893
  • Herbert E. Echelberger, Kelly Dziekan, and Maja Smith: Sustainable Recreation on Lake Champlain
  • Thomas E. Fields and Pamela West: Preserving Museum Artifacts in a Sustainable Environment
  • Marshall Flug: Quantify Objectives and Evaluate Compromise Alternatives: Hydro-power vs. Environmental Impacts on the Colorado River at Glen Canyon Dam
  • Marshall Flug and William J. Owen: A Personal Computer Decision Support System for Quantification of Hydrology and Instream Resource Values
  • Nelly Robles García and Jack Corbett: Land Tenure Systems, Economic Development, and Protected Areas in Mexico
  • Bruce C. Glavovic: Resolving People-park Conflicts in Developing Countries: Reflections on the Richtersveld Experience
  • Stephen S. Griswold: Sustainability and Wilderness Trails
  • David Harmon: Population Growth in Areas Adjacent to U.S. National Parks, 1950-1990
  • Judd A. Howell and Frédéric Bioret: Comparative Ecosystem Study Between Two Coastal MAB Biosphere Reserves, France and United States
  • Dan E. Huff: Ecosystem Management: Panacea or Panic Button?
  • Ronald W. Johnson: Another Trip on Route 66: Preservation, Commercialism, and Sustainable Resources
  • David Kathka: Tracks Across Wyoming: A Local Perspective on Historic Preservation and Economic Development
  • Charles E. Kay: Aboriginal Overkill and Native Burning: Implications for Modern Ecosystem Management
  • Charles E. Kay and Clifford A. White: Long-Term Ecosystem States and Processes in the Central Canadian Rockies: A New Perspective on Ecological Integrity and Ecosystem Management
  • Barrett Kennedy: Community Preservation Through Visualization
  • Cheng-Te Lang and Joseph T. O'Leary: Resource Enjoyment and Protection: A Planning Model for Developing Nature-Based Tourism
  • Joe Meiman: Systematic Approach to Defining and Understanding Karst Watersheds
  • James F. Milestone: Just a Swallow! Habitat Restoration Project
  • Jerry M. Mitchell and William L. Jackson: The Role of Resource Management Objectives in Narrowing the Range of Alternatives for Operating Glen Canyon Dam
  • Paul R. Nickens, Mona K. Wright, David W. Harvey, and Charles R. Pasternak: Integrated Cultural Resource Management at the Hanford Site, Southeastern Washington
  • DelWayne R. Nimmo, Mary J. Willox, Nancy J. Hoefs, Boris C. Kondratieff, Trudy A. Steidl-Pully, and David R. Beeson: Determination of Toxic Conditions Using Fish and Macroinvertebrate Community Surveys and On-Site Bioassays: Wilson's Creek National Battlefield, Springfield, Missouri
  • Larry L. Norris: Planning for Parks in the Panama Canal Watershed-Rainforest Protection AND Visitor Use
  • Larry L. Norris: Partner in Flight/Aves de las Americas-The Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Program
  • Rick Olson: Infinite Growth in a Finite World
  • Sue M. Pridemore: High School Sustainability Workshop in the Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor and State Heritage Park for Motivated High School Students, Grades 9 Through 11
  • Paul Reeberg, MaryBeth Keifer, and Tony LaBanca: The Western Region Fire Monitoring Program-Long-Term Monitoring in Fire-Maintained Ecosystems
  • Greg Ringer: Sustainable Community and Development: Ghost Towns in the Alaska Wilderness
  • Michael A. Schuett: Mountain Bike Use on Public Lands: What's the Policy?
  • Stephen F. Siebert: Sustained-Yield Harvesting of Climbing Palms for Forest and Protected Areas Management in the Old and New World Tropics
  • Terry A. Spreiter, James F. Franke, and David L. Steensen: Disturbed Lands Restoration: The Redwood Experience
  • John A. Stanturf and James P. Shepard: Bottomland Hardwood Restoration in The Lower Mississippi River Alluvial Floodplain, United States
  • David L. Steensen, Vera A. Smith, and Vicki Snitzler-Neeck: Restoring for the Future through Cooperation: The Martin Mine Reclamation Project, Craters of the Moon National Monument
  • William R. Stephenson: Application of Ecosystem Management to Core Protected Areas in Settled Landscapes
  • Shelli A. Swanson: Furbearer Population Assessment from Harvest Data, Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, Alaska
  • Bill Wellman, Fred Bunch, and Janet Wise: Five Steps to Strategic Resource Management: The Great Sand Dunes Ecosystem
  • Michael E. Whatley: Critical Resource Issue Interpretation in U. S. and Canadian National Courts
  • L. T. Williams, Jr., and Lee R. Skabelund: Bridging the Gap Between Federal, State and Local Land Management Agencies: The New River Parkway Land Management System