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previewMy introduction to the Adirondack Research Consortium was memorable. Five inches of snow fell on May 13, 1996, as I traveled from my home in Lake Placid to the 3rd Annual Conference on the Adirondacks, which was held that year at Great Camp Sagamore in Raquette Lake. As the recently appointed execut...

preview In 1971 Harold Weston titled his quasi-memoir Freedom in the Wilds: A Saga of the Adirondacks, whereas the third edition, recently released by Syracuse university Press, has a subtly changed subtitle. Freedom in the Wilds: An Artist in the Adirondacks edited by Rebecca Foster -- Weston's granddaug...

preview New York's 6 million acre Adirondack Park is beautiful, largely wild, and always fascinating. trying to keep it so requires efforts on many levels. This article discusses what I call here "the Adirondack Park Structure." The state's Adirondack Park Agency (APA), on which I serve, is one of the cor...

previewAnalysis of weather data from seven United States Historical Climatology Network stations in the Adirondack region reveals statistically significant warming over the last 30 years during June and September, but no significant trends in the other months. The warmest intervals of the 1926-2005 period ...

previewPublic natural resource management agencies work with diverse stakeholder groups such as business owners, visitors, and landowners as they implement visitor management policies. This study focuses on the attitudes and beliefs of four stake- holder groups in relation to the use of nonmotorized boats,...