Keeping it Wild: Asking the Right Questions to Guide Wilderness Management
Mapping Wilderness Character in Denali National Park and Preserve
Mapping threats to Wilderness Character in the Saguaro National Park Wilderness
National Wilderness Preservation System Database
High Rates of Climate Displacement in North America
The Feasibility of Wildland Fire Use for Restoring Natural Fire Regimes
High-severity Fire: Evaluating its Key Drivers and Mapping its Probability
Mapping Past and Potential Fire Regimes
Wildland Fire Limits Subsequent Fire Occurrence
A Spatial Evaluation of Wildfire-Water Risks to Humans and Natural Systems
A World in Pixels: How New Research Is Helping to Predict Probability of High-Severity Fire
Invasive and Exotic Species in National Wildlife Refuge Wilderness Areas
Idaho's Salmon River: Legislative Intent, Science, and Special Provisions in Wilderness
Wildlife Management Activities in Wilderness Areas in the Southwestern United States
Impacts of Trout Stocking on Amphibian Populations
Is Ultraviolet Radiation Contributing to a Decline in Boreal Toads?
Seasonal Migration of Columbia Spotted Frogs (Rana luteiventris) in a High Mountain Basin
Day Users in Wilderness: How Different are They?
Desolation Wilderness Case Study: Visitor Response to Fees
Influence of Campsite Restoration on Visitors
Jet Boating and the Wilderness Experience
Relational Marketing: Focusing on Relationships Between the Public and Public Lands
Restoring Recreation-Impacted Subalpine Sites in the Bitterroot Mountains, Montana
Visitor Displacement: Is it Inevitable?
Visitor Encounters and the Quality of Wilderness Experiences
Factors that Limit Compliance with Low-Impact Recommendations
High-Use Destinations in Wilderness: Visitor Impacts and Responses
Llamas, Horses and Hikers: Do They Cause Different Amounts of Impact?
Managing Recreational Impacts to Mountain Vegetations: Plant Response to Trampling
Reducing the Impacts of Pack Stock at Campsites
Vegetative Response to Pack Stock Grazing in Mountain Meadows
Changes in Human Relationships with Wilderness in the U.S.
Community Values in the Bitterroot Valley as Input to Fuels Reduction
Increasing the Chances for Management Based on Science
The Relationship Between Native People and the Western Arctic National Parklands
Utilizing Phenological Knowledge to Support Adaptive Management
Understanding Wilderness Land Use Conflicts in the Far North
Understanding Wilderness Visitor Experiences at Gates of the Arctic
Wilderness Campsite Choices and Perceptions of Resource Impacts
Wilderness in the Circumpolar North: Searching for Compatibility in Ecological, Traditional, and Ecotourism Values
Evaluating a Wilderness Education Program for Children: The Impact Monster