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Title: Wilderness science in a time of change conference-Volume 3: Wilderness as a place for scientific inquiry; 1999 May 23-27; Missoula, MT
Author: McCool, Stephen F.; Cole, David N.; Borrie, William T.; O'Loughlin, Jennifer
Source: Proceedings RMRS-P-15-VOL-3. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 275 p.
- Wilderness as a place for scientific inquiry
McCool, Stephen F.; Cole, David N.
- The evolving role of science in wilderness to our understanding of ecosystems and landscapes
Christensen, Norman L. Jr.
- The effects of wilderness settings on organized groups: a state-of-knowledge paper
Ewert, Alan; McAvoy, Leo H.
- Global change in wilderness areas: disentangling natural and anthropogenic changes
Graumlich, Lisa J.
- Benefits of nonfacilitated uses of wilderness
Roggenbuck, Joseph W.; Driver, B. L.
- The evolution of wilderness wildlife research in North America
Wright, R. Gerald; Garrett, Lisa K.
- Studies in the wilderness areas of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge: fire, bark beetles, human development, and climate change
Berg, Edward E.
- Does protection of desert tortoise habitat generate other ecological benefits in the Mojave Desert?
Brooks, Matthew L.
- Ecosystem dynamics and disturbance in mountain wildernesses: assessing vulnerability of natural resources to change
Fagre, Daniel B.; Peterson, David L.
- Establishing benchmark monitoring points in wilderness: successes and challenges
Johnson, Charles G. Jr.
- The importance of wilderness to whitebark pine research and management
Keane, Robert E.
- Alpine vegetation communities and the alpine-treeline ecotone boundary in New England as biomonitors for climate change
Kimball, Kenneth D.; Weihrauch, Douglas M.
- Effects of the Suwannee River sill on the hydrology of the Okefenokee Swamp: application of research results in the environmental assessment process
Loftin, Cynthia S.; Aicher, Sara B.; Kitchens, Wiley M.
- A multiscale method for assessing vegetation baseline of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) in protected areas of Chile
Pauchard, Anibal; Ugarte, Eduardo; Millan, Jaime
- Shrub-steppe vegetation trend, Middle Fork Salmon River, Idaho
Peek, James M.
- Edge effects and the effective size of old-growth coast redwood preserves
Russell, William H.; McBride, Joe R.; Carnell, Ky
- Monitoring reproduction and contraception in free ranging wildlife: tule elk (Cervus elaphus nannodes) at Point Reyes National Seashore
Shideler, Susan E.
- Dynamics of chinook salmon populations within Idaho's Frank Church Wilderness: implications for persistence
Thurow, Russell F.
- Paleontological excavations in designated wilderness: theory and practic
Barns, Christopher V.
- The ancient environment of the Beartooth Butte Formation (Devonian) in Wyoming and Montana: combining paleontological inquiry with federal management needs
Fiorillo, Anthony R.
- Holocene rain-forest wilderness: a neotropical perspective on humans as an exotic, invasive species
Sanford, Robert L. Jr.; Horn, Sally P.
- Wilderness: a place for ethical inquiry
Fredrickson, Laura M.; Johnson, Baylor L.
- Encountering Heidi: meeting others as a central aspect of the river experience
Jonas, Lilian; Larkin, Kevin
- Is there a shared idea of "wilderness" among outdoor recreationists?: evidence from three recreation sites
Kendra, Angelina M.; Hall, Troy E.
- In their own words: wilderness values of outfitter/guides
Parker, Julia Dawn; Avant, Bill
- Social psychological benefits of a wilderness adventure program
Paxton, Todd; McAvoy, Leo H.
- How wilderness therapy works: an examination of the wilderness therapy process to treat adolescents with behavioral problems and addictions
Russell, Keith C.; Hendee, John C.; Phillips-Miller, Dianne
- Interferences in place attachment: implications for wilderness
Sharpe, Erin K.; Ewert, Alan W.
- Primal hypotheses: the relationship between naturalness, solitude, and the wilderness experience benefits of development of self, development of community, and spiritual development
White, Dave D.; Hendee, John C.
- Identifying research needs for improved management of social impacts in wilderness recreation
Cessford, Gordon R.
- A framework for evaluating proposals for scientific activities in wilderness
- Wolf research in the Isle Royale wilderness: do the ends justify the means?
Oelfke, Jack G.; Peterson, Rolf O.; Vucetich, John A.; Vucetich, Leah M.
- The challenge of scientific activities in wilderness
Parsons, David J.
- Research protocols in National Park Service wilderness
- The Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute: a national wilderness research program in support of wilderness management
- Wilderness for science: pros and cons of using wilderness areas for biological research
Six, Diana L.; Alaback, Paul; Winfree, Robert A.; Snyder, Delia; Hagele, Anne
Description: Thirty-six papers related to the theme of wilderness as a place to conduct science are included. Five overview papers synthesize knowledge and research about basic work in the biophysical and social sciences that has been conducted in wilderness. Other papers present the results of focused basic research in wilderness, with one set of papers devoted to the conduct and management of science in wilderness.
Keywords: landscape ecology, paleoecology, populations, therapeutic experiences, visitor experiences, wilderness benefits, wildlife
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McCool, Stephen F.; Cole, David N.; Borrie, William T.; O''Loughlin, Jennifer 2000. Wilderness science in a time of change conference-Volume 3: Wilderness as a place for scientific inquiry; 1999 May 23-27; Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-15-VOL-3. Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 275 p.
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