Dr. Steinhoff's research interests include Environmental Philosophy, Environmental Policy, Philosophy of Science, Metaphysics, and East Asian Philosophy.
Restoring Nature in Protected Areas, Association of Environmental Studies and
Ecological Integrity in Protected Areas: Two Interpretations, Seattle Journal of Environmental Law (2013)
Federal environmental legislation and policy in the United States require that managers seek to maintain...
Naturalness and Biodoversity: Why Natural Conditions Should Be Maintained Within Protected Areas, William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review (2012)
Naturalness and Biodiversity: Why Natural Conditions Should Be Maintained Within
Protected Areas, William and Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review (2012)
In this Article, I will argue that naturalness (natural conditions) should be maintained as a...
The Wilderness Act, Prohibited Uses, and Exceptions: How Much Manipulation of
Wilderness Is Too Much, Natural Resources Journal (2011)
The Wilderness Act of 1964 prohibits a number of uses in federally designated wilderness areas....
Contributions to Books
Section 4(f) and Transportation Planning: Citizen Ideals vs. Consumer Preferences, Finding our Way(s) in Environmental Communication: Proceedings of the Seventh Biennial Conference on Communication and Environment (2005)