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Friesner NAaron.  2017.  A Transcendentalist Nature Religion. RELIGIONS. 8(8):0-17.
Fowles J.  2010.  The Tree.
Cronon W.  1996.  The Trouble with Wilderness: Or, Getting Back to the Wrong Nature. Environmental History. 1(1):7-28.
LE GRANGE LESLEY.  2012.  Ubuntu, Ukama and the Healing of Nature, Self and Society. Educational Philosophy and Theory. 44(sup2):56-67.
Monson S.  2015.  Unity.
Aspinall P, Mavros P, Coyne R, Roe J.  2015.  The urban brain: analysing outdoor physical activity with mobile EEG. British Journal of Sports Medicine. 49(4):272.
Rose DBird.  2013.  Val Plumwood’s Philosophical Animism: Attentive Inter-Actions in the Sentient World. Environmental Humanities, Vol 3, Pp 93-109 (2013). 3:93-109.
von Humboldt A, Bohn HG, Otté E.C.  1869.  Views of nature: or, Contemplations on the sublime phenomena of creation.. Bohn's scientific library. :xxx,452p.incl.front.(facsim.).
Guichard-Anguis S.  2011.  Walking through World Heritage Forest in Japan: the Kumano pilgrimage. Journal of Heritage Tourism. 6(4):285-295.
Worral S.  2017.  We Are Wired To Be Outside. National Geographic.
[Anonymous].  2018.  What gardening taught me about life. TED Residency.
Martin C, Czellar S.  2017.  Where do biospheric values come from? A connectedness to nature perspective Journal of Environmental Psychology. 52:56-68.
Bortoft H.  1996.  The Wholeness of Nature. :554.
Dilonardo M.  2017.  Why nature is the best prescription. Mother Nature Network.
Suttie J.  2018.  Why Your Community Needs More Green Space. Greater Good Magazine.
Bandoroff S, Scherer DG.  1994.  Wilderness family therapy: An innovative treatment approach for problem youth. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 3(2):175-191.
Young RA, Crandall R.  1984.  Wilderness Use and Self-Actualization. Journal of Leisure Research. 16(2):149-160.

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