His main research concerns International waters, Water conflict, Environmental resource management, Drainage basin and Resource. He combines subjects such as Conflict resolution and Geographic information system with his study of International waters. He integrates Water conflict with Water trading in his study.
His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cost–benefit analysis, Environmental protection, Politics, International relations and Water resources. In his study, Digital elevation model is inextricably linked to Geopolitics, which falls within the broad field of Drainage basin. As part of the same scientific family, Aaron T. Wolf usually focuses on Resource, concentrating on Economic growth and intersecting with Political economy.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Water resources, International waters, Environmental planning, Environmental resource management and Water conflict. His work carried out in the field of Water resources brings together such families of science as Environmental protection, Sovereignty, State, Negotiation and Middle East. His studies in International waters integrate themes in fields like Treaty, Resource, Hydropower and Equity.
His study explores the link between Environmental planning and topics such as Sanitation that cross with problems in Human development. His Environmental resource management study incorporates themes from Drainage basin, Natural resource and International relations. His Water conflict research includes themes of Livelihood, Conflict resolution, Geopolitics, Capacity building and Dispute resolution.
Aaron T. Wolf focuses on Drainage basin, Politics, Water resources, Environmental resource management and International waters. His Drainage basin study deals with Water resource management intersecting with Water supply. His Politics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Economic growth, Political economy, Global change and Environmental protection.
Aaron T. Wolf has included themes like Treaty, Natural resource economics and State in his Water resources study. While the research belongs to areas of Environmental resource management, Aaron T. Wolf spends his time largely on the problem of Environmental planning, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Gross national income. His research investigates the connection between International waters and topics such as Negotiation that intersect with problems in Adaptive management and Digital security.
Aaron T. Wolf spends much of his time researching Drainage basin, Water resources, Treaty, Environmental resource management and Water conflict. His study in Water resource management extends to Drainage basin with its themes. The concepts of his Water resources study are interwoven with issues in International trade, Conflict resolution, Information sharing and State.
His work deals with themes such as International waters and Environmental planning, which intersect with Environmental resource management. The study incorporates disciplines such as Gross national income, Integrated water resources management and Negotiation in addition to International waters. His Water conflict research integrates issues from Indigenous, Water security, Climate change, Capacity building and Local government.
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International waters: identifying basins at risk
Aaron T. Wolf;Shira B. Yoffe;Mark Giordano.
Conflict and cooperation along international waterways
Aaron T. Wolf.
Water Policy (1998)
International River Basins of the World
Aaron T. Wolf;Jeffrey A. Natharius;Jeffrey J. Danielson;Brian S. Ward.
International Journal of Water Resources Development (1999)
Conflict and cooperation over international freshwater resources: Indicators of basins at risk
Shira Yoffe;Aaron T. Wolf;Mark Giordano.
Shared Waters: Conflict and Cooperation
Aaron T. Wolf.
Annual Review of Environment and Resources (2007)
Criteria for equitable allocations: the heart of international water conflict
Aaron T. Wolf.
Natural Resources Forum (1999)
Managing Water Conflict and Cooperation
Aaron T. Wolf;Annika Kramer;Alexander Carius;Geoffrey D. Dabelko.
Climate change and the institutional resilience of international river basins
Lucia De Stefano;James Duncan;Shlomi Dinar;Kerstin Stahl.
Journal of Peace Research (2012)
Transboundary freshwater dispute resolution: theory, practice, and annotated references.
Heather L. Beach;Jesse Hamner;Joseph J. Hewitt;Edy Kaufman.
Transboundary freshwater dispute resolution: theory, practice, and annotated references. (2000)
Managing and transforming water conflicts
Jerome Delli Priscoli;Aaron T. Wolf.
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