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A Better Understanding of Our Earth through Remote Sensing
Wolfgang Wagner
Remote Sensing , 2009, DOI: 10.3390/rs1010001
Abstract: We are so accustomed to seeing satellite pictures of the earth that it seems as if there is nothing left to be discovered. In the daily weather reports on television we regularly see images taken by geostationary satellites and with the help of web-based virtual globes we can zoom in from the full-earth disk to detailed views of any place on the earth in a matter of seconds. Yet, does this truly mean that all the secrets of the earth have now been disclosed? Can we extract all the information we need from existing earth observation data? [...]
Taking Responsibility on Publishing the Controversial Paper “On the Misdiagnosis of Surface Temperature Feedbacks from Variations in Earth’s Radiant Energy Balance” by Spencer and Braswell, Remote Sens. 2011, 3(8), 1603-1613
Wolfgang Wagner
Remote Sensing , 2011, DOI: 10.3390/rs3092002
Abstract: Peer-reviewed journals are a pillar of modern science. Their aim is to achieve highest scientific standards by carrying out a rigorous peer review that is, as a minimum requirement, supposed to be able to identify fundamental methodological errors or false claims. Unfortunately, as many climate researchers and engaged observers of the climate change debate pointed out in various internet discussion fora, the paper by Spencer and Braswell [1] that was recently published in Remote Sensing is most likely problematic in both aspects and should therefore not have been published.?After having become aware of the situation, and studying the various pro and contra arguments, I agree with the critics of the paper. Therefore, I would like to take the responsibility for this editorial decision and, as a result, step down as Editor-in-Chief of the journal Remote Sensing. [...]
Book Review: M. Augoustinos and I. Walker, Social Cognition-An Integrated Introduction
Wagner, Wolfgang
Papers on Social Representations , 1996,
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People in Action and Social Representation: A Comment on Jaan Valsiner’s (2003) “Theory of Enablement”
Wagner, Wolfgang
Papers on Social Representations , 2003,
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Description, explanation and method in social representation research
Wagner, Wolfgang
Papers on Social Representations , 1995,
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Social Cognition vs. Social Representations - A Comment on Duveen and De Rosa
Wagner, Wolfgang
Papers on Social Representations , 1992,
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Can Representations Explain Social Behaviour? A Discussion of Social Representations as Rational Systems
Wagner, Wolfgang
Papers on Social Representations , 1993,
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Speaking Is Acting Is Representation-Comments on the Reply by A. Echebarría
Wagner, Wolfgang
Papers on Social Representations , 1994,
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Negative and Positive Integration in EU Criminal Law Co-operation
Wolfgang Wagner
European Integration Online Papers , 2011,
Abstract: The distinction between negative and positive integration that has played a pivotal role in understanding the dynamics of the common market is also instrumental in explaining the dynamics of criminal law co-operation in the EU. Despite manifold differences between common market governance and criminal law cooperation, the introduction of mutual recognition as the lead principle has privileged the abolition of obstacles to cross-border law enforcement (negative integration) over the adoption of common standards (positive integration). As an analysis of the measures taken thus far demonstrates, criminal law cooperation has been biased towards law enforcement at the expense of individual rights.
Combined radiochemotherapy – the state of the art - part two
Wolfgang Wagner
European Journal of Oncology Pharmacy , 2008,
Abstract: If all factors are optimised, survival in even difficult to treat cancers improves. It is important to keep up to date with the latest guidelines as survival rates nudge upwards. Professor Wagner offers to share the latest thinking if readers would like to contact him.
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