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Wolfram Mauser works in the fields of hydrology, food security, remote sensing, and Earth System modeling. His major interests are in observing human impacts on Earth from space, the understanding of human-environment relations through simulation, and the impacts of limited water resources and climate change on global as well as regional food security. His book Water Resources: Efficient, Sustainable, and Equitable Use gives insights into integrative approaches towards sustainable future water use. Wolfram received his MS in Physics, MS in Geography, and his PhD in Hydrology from the University of Freiburg, Germany. He was a visiting scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the University of Maryland and conducted extended research visits to Africa, China, India, and South America. He holds the Chair for Geography and Remote Sensing at LMU and is a member of the advisory board of the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society.
RCC Research Project: Satellites, Water, and Food Security
- "Water Resources: Efficient, Sustainable and Equitable Use." In The Sustainability Project. London, United Kingdom: Haus Publishing, 2009.
- "Transdisciplinary Global Change Research: The Co-creation of Knowledge for Sustainability." Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 5 (2013): 420–431. doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2013.07.001. (co-authored with Gernot Klepper, Martin Rice, Bettina Susanne Schmalzbauer, Heide Hackmann, Rik Leemans, and Howard Moore)
- "PROMET—A Physically Based Hydrological Model to Study the Impact of Climate Change on the Water Flows of Medium Sized, Mountain Watersheds." Journal of Hydrology 376 (2009): 362–377. DOI:10.1016/j.hydrol.2009.07.046. (co-authored with Heike Bach)
- "Integrative Assessment of Informal Settlements Using VHR Remote Sensing Data—The Delhi Case Study." IEEE J. on Selected Topics in Earth Observation and Remote Sensing 1, no. 3 (2008): 193–205. doi:10.1109/JSTARS.2008.2007513. (co-authored with Susan Niebergall and Alexander Loew)
- "Quantifying Present and Future Glacier Melt-Water Contribution to Runoff in a Central Himalayan River Basin." The Cryosphere 7 (2013): 889–904. doi:10.5194/tc-7-889-2013. (co-authored with Monika Prasch and Markus Weber)