Research Output Summary [ROS] – Wilderness

         Antarctic Wilderness Project Publications – Chronological Order Download a PDF copy of the ROS here (By: Bastmeijer, Bishop, Guyomard, Hemmings, Keys, O’Reilly, Maher, Roura, Summerson, Tin) 1. Academic Articles & Chapters

1. Bastmeijer, K. (2005) Managing human activities in Antarctica: Should wilderness protection count? New Zealand Yearbook of International Law 2: 335-353.

2. Maher, P.T. (2007) Advocating for Antarctic Wilderness: Short-term visits and Human Values. In A. Watson and J. Sproull (Eds.) Science and Stewardship to Protect and Sustain Wilderness Values: Eighth World Wilderness Congress Symposium: September 30 – 6 October, 2005, Anchorage, Alaska USA: 170-177. Fort Collins: Rocky Mountain Research Station. http://eleaf.wild.org/Books/web8WWCScienceSymp.pdf

3. Tin, T., Hemmings, A.D. and Roura, R. (2008) Pressures on the Wilderness Values of the Antarctic Continent. International Journal of Wilderness 14(3): 7-12. http://www.wilderness.net/library/documents/IJWDec08_Tin.pdf

4. Bastmeijer, K. (2009) Protecting Polar Wilderness: Just a Western Philosophical Idea or a Useful Concept for Regulating Human Activities in the Polar Regions? The Yearbook of Polar Law 1: 73-99. http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1295430

5. Tin, T. and Hemmings, A.D. (2011) Challenges in Protecting the Wilderness of Antarctica. In: A. Watson, J. Murrieta-Saldivar and B. McBride (Eds.), Science and Stewardship to Protect and Sustain Wilderness Values: Ninth World Wilderness Congress Symposium: November 6-13, 2009, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico: 147-152. Fort Collins: Rocky Mountain Research Station. http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs/rmrs_p064/rmrs_p064_147_152.pdf

6. Tin, T., Bastmeijer, K., O’Reilly, J. and Maher, P. (2011) Public Perception of the Antarctic Wilderness: Surveys from an Educated, Environmentally Knowledgeable European Community. In: A. Watson, J. Murrieta-Saldivar and B. McBride (Eds.), Science and Stewardship to Protect and Sustain Wilderness Values: Ninth World Wilderness Congress Symposium: November 6-13, 2009, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico: 109-117. Fort Collins: Rocky Mountain Research Station. http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs/rmrs_p064/rmrs_p064_109_117.pdf

7. Summerson, R. and Tin, T. (2011) Protection of the Wilderness and Aesthetic Values of Antarctica: Geographical Information Systems (GIS) as a Tool. In A. Watson, J. Murrieta-Saldivar and B. McBride (Eds.), Science and Stewardship to Protect and Sustain Wilderness Values: Ninth World Wilderness Congress Symposium: November 6-13, 2009, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico: 178-181. Fort Collins: Rocky Mountain Research Station. http://www.fs.fed.us/rm/pubs/rmrs_p064/rmrs_p064_178_181.pdf

8. Summerson, R. and Bishop, I. (2011) Aesthetic value in Antarctica: beautiful or sublime? The Polar Journal 1(2): 225-250. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/.U3RbGygwJFI

9. Bastmeijer, K. (2011) Intergenerational Equity and the Antarctic Treaty system: Continued Efforts to Prevent ‘Mastery’. The Yearbook of Polar Law 3: 635-682. http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1762039

10. Summerson, R. (2012) Protection of Wilderness and Aesthetic Values in Antarctica. 77-112 in F. Huettman (Ed.) Protection of the Three Poles. Tokyo: Springer. http://www.springer.com/life+sciences/ecology/book/978-4-431-54005-2

11. Summerson, R. & Bishop, I. (2012) The impact of human activities on wilderness and aesthetic values in Antarctica. Polar Research 31: 10858. http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/polar.v31i0.10858

12. Tin, T. & Summerson, R. (2013) Growing Human Footprint, Diminishing Wilderness in Antarctica. International Journal of Wilderness 19(3): 10-13 & 36. http://ijw.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Dec-2013a-IJW_web.pdf

13. Carver, S. & Tin, T. (2013) Mapping and Modelling Wilderness Values in Antarctica. Leeds: Wildland Research Institute.

14. Summerson, R. (2013). Wilderness and Aesthetic Values of Antarctica. In Daniela Liggett and Alan D. Hemmings (Eds.) Exploring Antarctic Values: 22-47. Christchurch: Gateway Antarctica.http://antarctica-hasseg.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/SSAG-proceedings-2013.pdf

15. Tin, T. (2013) Environmental advocacy in the Antarctic Treaty System – a personal view from the 2000s. The Polar Journal 3(2): 415-430. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/2154896X.2013.861264

16. Neufeld, E., O’Reilly, J., Summerson, R. & Tin, T. (2014) Valuing Antarctica: emerging views from international studies. 233-252 in Tin, T., Liggett, D., Maher, P.T. & Lamers, M. (eds.) Antarctic Futures: Human engagement with the Antarctic environment. Dordrecht: Springer. http://www.springer.com/environment/environmental+management/book/978-94-007-6581-8

17. Roura, R.M. & Tin, T. (2014) Strategic Thinking and the Antarctic Wilderness: Contrasting Alternative Futures. In: T. Tin, D. Ligget, P. Maher, and M. Lamers (Eds.) Antarctic Futures: Human Engagement with the Antarctic Environment: 253–271. Dordrecht: Springer. http://www.springer.com/environment/environmental+management/book/978-94-007-6581-8

18. Bastmeijer, K. & Tin, T. (2014) Antarctica – A Wilderness Continent for Science: The ‘Public’s Dream as a Mission Impossible? The Yearbook of Polar Law 6: …-… https://www.researchgate.net/publication/262186987_Antarctica__A_Wilderness_Continent_for_Science_The_Publics_Dream_as_a_Mission_Impossible

19. Bastmeijer, K. (2014) Addressing Weak Legal Protection of Wilderness: Deliberate Choices and Drawing Lines on the Map. In: Steffen Fritz and Steve Carver (Ed.), Mapping Wilderness: Concepts, Techniques and Applications of GIS, Heidelberg/Dordrecht/New York: Springer. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/262378973_Addressing_Weak_Legal_Protection_of_Wilderness_Deliberate_Choices_and_Drawing_Lines_on_the_Map?ev=prf_pub

20. Tin, T. (2014) Looking into the future of the Antarctic wilderness. International Journal of Wilderness, 20(3). www.ijw.org

21. Deary, H., & Tin, T. (2016) Antarctic Treaty Consultative Parties’ Engagement in Wilderness Protection at Home and in Antarctica. The Polar Journal 5(2). In press. http://www.researchgate.net/publication/281476935_Antarctic_Treaty_Consultative_Parties_engagement_in_wilderness_protection_at_home_and_in_Antarctica

2. Theses

1. Summerson, R.M.V. (2013) The Protection of Wilderness and Aesthetic Values in Antarctica. PhD thesis, The University of Melbourne.

3. Resolutions

1. Resolutions from WILD9, the 9th World Wilderness Congress. Resolution 14: Protection of Antarctica’s wilderness values. http://www.wild.org/blog/resolution-14-protection-of-antarcticas-wilderness-values

4. Diplomatic Papers at Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings

1. New Zealand (2011) Understanding concepts of Footprint and Wilderness related to protection of the Antarctic environment. Working Paper 35. XXXIV ATCM [CEP XIV – 7d], Buenos Aires.

English: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM34/wp/ATCM34_wp035_e.doc

French: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM34/wp/ATCM34_wp035_f.doc

Russian: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM34/wp/ATCM34_wp035_r.doc

Spanish: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM34/wp/ATCM34_wp035_s.doc

2. New Zealand / Netherlands (2012) Concepts for Wilderness protection in Antarctica using tools in the Protocol. Working Paper 50. XXXV ATCM [CEP XV – 7d], Hobart.

English: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM35/wp/ATCM35_wp050_e.doc

French: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM35/wp/ATCM35_wp050_f.doc

Russian: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM35/wp/ATCM35_wp050_r.doc

Spanish: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM35/wp/ATCM35_wp050_s.doc

3. New Zealand / Netherlands (2012) Further information about wilderness protection in Antarctica and use of tools in the Protocol. Information Paper 60. XXXV ATCM [CEP XV – 7d], Hobart. http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM35/ip/ATCM35_ip060_e.doc

4. New Zealand (2013) Possible guidance material to assist Parties to take account of wilderness values when undertaking environmental impact assessments. Working Paper 35. XXXVI ATCM [CEP XVI – 9d], Brussels.

English: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM36/wp/ATCM36_wp035_e.doc

French: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM36/wp/ATCM36_wp035_f.doc

Russian: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM36/wp/ATCM36_wp035_r.doc

Spanish: http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM36/wp/ATCM36_wp035_s.doc

5. New Zealand (2013) Intersessional report on the provision of guidance material to assist Parties to take account of wilderness values when undertaking environmental impact assessments. Information Paper 39. XXXVI ATCM [CEP XVI – 9d], Brussels. http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM36/ip/ATCM36_ip039_e.doc

6. ASOC [Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition] (2013). Mapping and modelling wilderness values in Antarctica. Contributions to CEP’s work in developing guidance material on Wilderness Protection using Protocol tools. Information Paper 60. XXXVI ATCM [CEP XVI – 9d], Brussels. http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM36/ip/ATCM36_ip060_e.doc

7. ASOC [Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition] (2014). Antarctic Resolution at the 10th World Wilderness Conference. IP 69. XXXVII ATCM [CEP XVII – 9d], Brasilia. http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM37/ip/ATCM37_ip069_e.doc

8. ASOC [Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition] (2014). Managing Human Footprint, Protecting Wilderness: A Way Forward. Information Paper 71 rev.1. XXXVII ATCM [CEP XVII – 9d], Brasilia. http://www.ats.aq/documents/ATCM37/ip/ATCM37_ip071_rev1_e.doc