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RMRS-P-49: Science and stewardship to protect and sustain wilderness values: Eighth World Wilderness Congress symposium


Watson, Alan; Sproull, Janet; Dean, Liese, comps. 2007. Science and stewardship to protect and sustain wilderness values: Eighth World Wilderness Congress symposium; September 30-October 6, 2005; Anchorage, AK. Proceedings RMRS-P-49. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 581 p.

ISSN 1945-0672 (print)
ISSN 1945-0680 (online)

The Eighth World Wilderness Congress met in Anchorage, Alaska, in 2005. The symposium on science and stewardship to protect and sustain wilderness values was the largest of multiple symposia held in conjunction with the Congress. The papers contained in this proceedings were generated at this symposium, submitted by the author or authors for consideration for inclusion in this proceedings, and have been organized into nine major topics: (1) Alaska: past, present and future; (2) connections between wilderness and communities; (3) values to local and distant societies of wilderness protection; (4) establishing priorities and developing policies for wilderness protection; (5) wilderness stewardship challenges in a changing world; (6) encouraging stewardship through education; (7) place and spirit: commitment to wilderness; (8) protecting ecological integrity of wilderness; and (9) wilderness, water, and wisdom.

Keywords: wilderness, biodiversity, protected areas, economics, subsistence, tourism, traditional knowledge, community involvement, policy, stewardship, education, spiritual values


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Section 1-Alaska: Past, Present, and Future

Wilderness Insights From Alaska: Past, Present, and Future
Deborah L. Williams
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A History of Alaska Wilderness
Frank Norris
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The Virtues of Localism and Arctic Wilderness Politics
James N. Gladden
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A GIS-Based Method to Evaluate Undeveloped BLM Lands in Alaska
Jason Geck
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Subsistence, Tourism, and Research: Layers of Meaning in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve
Karen Gaul
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Economics of Wild Salmon Ecosystems: Bristol Bay, Alaska
John W. Duffield, Christopher J. Neher, David A. Patterson, and Oliver S. Goldsmith
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Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Applying Principles of Sustainability to Wilderness Resource Management
Nancy C. Ratner and Davin L. Holen
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Section 2-Connections Between Wilderness and Communities

People and Watersheds: The Case of the Totem Fish of the North Pacific
Gus diZerega
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Wild Cemeteries?
Les Wadzinski
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Community Involvement in Planning and Management for Outdoor Recreation in New Zealand Protected Areas
Steve Sutton and Gordon Cessford
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Two Countries, One Forest: Working Beyond Political Boundaries in the Northern Appalachian/Acadian Forest
James Sullivan
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Community Conservation Adjacent to Ruaha National Park, Tanzania
Sue Stolberger
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The Heritage Park Model: A Partnership Approach to Park Expansion in Poor Rural Areas
Charles Ndabeni, Maretha Shroyer, Willie Boonzaaier, Gabriel Mokgoko, and Sam Mochine
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Making Connections Beyond the Choir
David Johns
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Creating Institutions of Care: The Case for Democratic Forest Trusts
Gus diZerega
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Friends of the Inyo: Eastern Sierra Wilderness Stewardship Project
Paul McFarland and Jamie Anderson
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Socio-Ecosystems and Urban Habitats
Margarita V. Alario
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Citizen Monitoring and Restoration: Volunteers and Community Involvement in Wilderness Stewardship
Laurie Yung
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Section 3-Values to Local and Distant Society of Wilderness Protection

Balancing Conservation Management and Tourism Development With Wilderness Stewardship in the Kruger National Park, South Africa
F. J. (Freek) Venter
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Wild Mountains, Wild Rivers: Keeping the Sacred Origins
Linda Moon Stumpff
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Economic Value of Ecosystem Conservation in Japan: Reduction of Starting Point Bias by Bid Effect Function
Mitsuyasu Yabe
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Wilderness Values: Perspectives From Non-Economic Social Science
Daniel R. Williams and Alan E. Watson
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Between Wilderness and the Middle Landscape: A Rocky Road
Lisi Krall
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Wilderness Discount on Livestock Compensation Costs for Imperiled Gray Wolf Canis lupus
J. Christopher Haney, Timm Kroeger, Frank Casey, Alysa Quarforth, Gina Schrader, and Suzanne Asha Stone
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Arctic and Wilderness Travel-Hosts and Guests: The Territory of Nunavut, Canada
Wilfred E. Richard
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Managing Recreational Experiences in Arctic National Parks: A Process for Identifying Indicators
Stephen F. McCool, Paul R. Lachapelle, Heather Gosselin, Frances Gertsch, and Vicki Sahanatien
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Advocating for Antarctic Wilderness: Short-term Visits and Human Values
Patrick T. Maher
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Studying Boat-Based Bear Viewing: Methodological Challenges and Solutions
Sarah Elmeligi
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Tourism in Rural Alaska
Katrina Church-Chmielowski
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Special Offer-7 Days Fly and Drive Antarctica: The Role of Wilderness Protection in Deciding Whether (Semi) Permanent Tourist Facilities in Antarctica Should be Prohibited
Kees Bastmeijer
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Section 4-Establishing Priorities and Developing Policies for Wilderness Protection

Land Claims as a Mechanism for Wilderness Protection in the Canadian Arctic
Vicki Sahanatien
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Prospects for Natural World Heritage Sites in the Northwest Pacific Region
Jim Thorsell
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Wilderness and the Paradox of Individual Freedom
Randy J. Tanner
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NatureLinks: Protected Areas, Wilderness, and Landscape Connectivity in South Australia, Australia
Adrian Stokes and Greg Leaman
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Conservation Planning in a Tropical Wilderness: Opportunities and Threats in the Guianan Ecoregion Complex
Jan Schipper, Gary Clarke, and Tom Allnutt
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A Proposal for a Pamir International Peace Park
George B. Schaller
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Action Toward Wilderness Protection in Australia
Keith Muir
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Tanzania Wilderness Areas
M. G. G. Mtahiko
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Transboundary Protected Area Proposals Along the Southern Andes of Chile and Argentina: Status of Current Efforts
Peter Keller
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Some Biodiversity Points and Suggestions for the Myanmar Protected Area System
Daniel H. Henning
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Transboundary Natural Area Protection: Broadening the Definition of National Security
Haven B. Cook
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Challenges of Nature Conservation in Postsocialist Bulgaria: A View From the Rhodope Mountains
Barbara A. Cellarius
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Rewilding in England and Wales: A Review of Recent Developments, Issues, and Concerns
Steve Carver
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Designating Wilderness Areas: A Framework for Examining Lessons From the States
Gary Bryner
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Identifying Core Habitat and Connectivity for Focal Species in the Interior Cedar-Hemlock Forest of North America to Complete a Conservation Area Design
Lance Craighead and Baden Cross
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Section 5-Wilderness Stewardship Challenges in a Changing World

Developing Additional Capacity for Wilderness Management: An International Exchange Program Between South Africa and United States Wilderness Rangers
Pierre van den Berg and Ralph Swain
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Managing Consumptive and Nonconsumptive Use in the United States Largest Wilderness
Vicki Snitzler and Barbara Cellarius
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Expansion of the Wilderness Values Scale With Three Sub-Scales: Personal Maintenance, Expression and Learning, and Societal Maintenance
Rudy M. Schuster, Ken Cordell, and Gary T. Green
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Commander Islands as the Significant Point for Monitoring Some Dangerous Changes in the
Beringia Ecosystem

Vladimir Sevostianov
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Use of Stock to Maintain and Construct Trails in the Eastern United States
Eric Sandeno
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Identifying Threats, Values, and Attributes in Brazilian Wilderness Areas
Teresa Cristina Magro, Alan Watson, and Paula Bernasconi
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A Look Inside the Dynamics of Trust: A Guide for Managers
Adam Liljeblad, Alan E. Watson, and William T. Borrie
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Wilderness Stewardship Challenges in the uKhahlamba Drakensberg Park World Heritage Site
Sonja Krüger
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Inter-Observer Agreement of a Multi-Parameter Campsite Monitoring Program on the Dixie National Forest, Utah
Nicholas J. Glidden and Martha E. Lee
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Protecting the Protectors of Wilderness
Juan Carlos Gambarotta
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Using the Minimum Requirement Concept to Manage Research in the Yosemite Wilderness
Mark Fincher
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Measurement of Water Quality of High-Altitude Wilderness Streams: Cloud Peak Wilderness, Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming
Karen Ferguson
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Shrinking Wild Lands: Assessing Human Intrusion in the Highlands of Scotland, 1870 to 2004, Using Geographical Information Systems
Steve Carver and Mark Wrightham
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Wilderness Recreation Participation: Projections for the Next Half Century
J. M. Bowker, D. Murphy, H. K. Cordell, D. B. K. English, J. C. Bergstrom, C. M. Starbuck, C. J. Betz, G. T. Green, and P. Reed
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Visitors' Experience and Lack of Knowledge of Minimum Impact Techniques in the Highlands of Brazil's Itatiaia National Park
Maria Isabel Amando de Barros and Teresa Cristina Magro
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Tracking Progress: Applying the Forest Service 10 Year Wilderness Stewardship Challenge as a Model of Performance Management
Liese C. Dean
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Section 6-Encouraging Stewardship Through Education

Wilderness Education: The Ultimate Commitment to Quality Wilderness Stewardship
Gregory F. Hansen and Tom Carlson
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Nature is the Home of Culture-Friluftsliv is a Way Home
Nils Faarlund, Boerge Dahle, and Aage Jensen
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Restoring Youth: Restoring Relationships to Wildlife and Wild Places
Linda Moon Stumpff
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Paddling the Big Sky: Reflections on Place-Based Education and Experience
Phil Mullins and Patrick T. Maher
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Comparing the Wilderness Message of U.S. Land Management Agencies
C. Griffin, S. Januchowski, J. Hooker, E. Isely, E. Daniels, C. Lucas, R. Feuerstein, and M. Bosma
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Outdoor Programs and Environmental Beliefs: Investigating the Stability of Outcomes and Levels of Salience
Alan Ewert, Alison Voight, David Calvin, and Aya Hayashi
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Historic Voyage as a Catalyst for Inspiring Change
Ann Melinda Bell
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Section 7-Place and Spirit: Commitment to Wilderness

Spiritual Revelation in Wilderness Under Down-Under
Peter Ashley
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Crossing The Divide
Florence Rose Shepard
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The "Wilderness Knot"
Haydn G. Washington
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White Lions: Reintroduction to Their Natural and Spiritual Homelands
Linda Tucker
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Is This a One-night Stand or the Start of Something Meaningful? Developing Relationships to Place in National Park Backcountry
Jeffrey J. Brooks, George N. Wallace, and Daniel R. Williams
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Defining Values in Place: A Practical Application for Visitor Management in Protected Areas
Gordon Cessford, and Mike Edginton
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Relationships to Place in Wildland Resources Management: Developing an Effective Research Approach
Neal Christensen, Alan Watson, and James Burchfield
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Psychophysiological Responses and Restorative Values of Wilderness Environments
Chun-Yen Chang, Ping-Kun Chen, William E. Hammitt, and Lisa Machnik
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Section 8-Protecting Ecological Integrity of Wilderness

Toda Relationship With Nature as an Indication of Ecosystem Health
Tarun Chhabra
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Living in Interesting Times: Selected Implications of Landscape Ecology for Conservation Science
John Shultis
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Managing for Ecological Integrity in Protected Wildlands: Key Management Challenges and Research Priorities in British Columbia
Pamela A. Wright
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Ecological Restoration of Degraded Wilderness Ecosystems: Removing Exotic Plants and Introducing Prescribed Fire to Restore Natural Diversity in Two National Park Wilderness Areas
Gary Vequist
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Wilderness and Wild Lands in the Northern Appalachian Region of North America: An Ecological Perspective
Stephen C. Trombulak
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Protecting Biodiversity in situ in the Amazonian Region of Brazil
Claudia Sellier
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Some Practical Considerations in Restoration of Wilderness Geodiversity: Insights From Lake Pedder, Tasmania
Kevin Kiernan
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Wilderness Restoration: Bureau of Land Management and the Student Conservation Association in the California Desert District
J. Dan Abbe
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Section 9-Wilderness, Water, and Wisdom

Salmon Theology: Return to Traditional Reasoning
Joseph Clair
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Wilderness, Water, and Quality of Life in the Bitterroot Valley
Kari Gunderson and Clint Cook
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Are Wildland Watersheds Safest and Best?
Lawrence S. Hamilton
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Field Testing Existence Values for Riparian Ecosystems
John W. Duffield, Chris J. Neher, David A. Patterson, and Patricia A. Champ
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Three Rivers: Protecting the Yukon's Great Boreal Wilderness
Juri Peepre
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Use of Clostridium perfringens as a Fecal Indicator to Detect Intertidal Disposal at Backcountry Marine Campsites in Prince William Sound, Alaska
Gino Graziano, Paul Twardock, Rusty Myers, Roman Dial, and David Scheel
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How the National Marine Sanctuaries Act Diverged from the Wilderness Act Model and Lost Its Way in the Land of Multiple Use
William J. Chandler and Hannah Gillelan
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Leatherback Sea Turtle Stewardship to Attain Local, Regional, and Global Marine Conservation and Management
Randall Arauz and Todd Steiner
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Title: RMRS-P-49: Science and stewardship to protect and sustain wilderness values: Eighth World Wilderness Congress symposium
Electronic Publish Date: November 2, 2007
Last Update:
November 2, 2007

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