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A complete list of thesis studies conducted by students at the SRC can be located below:

Thesis title

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Fragticulture:  Reconfiguring agricultural systems to enhance resilience and sustainability in fragmented coastal peri-urban catchments.

Dr Brian Richard Stockwell

brs005@student.usc.edu.au

The potential of social capital to contribute to best practice urban planning outcomes.

Dr Caroline Osborne

caroline.osborne@usc.edu.au

 The problem of gender mainstreaming in the development of the pacific plan.

Dr Cate Anne Morriss

cmorriss@usc.edu.au

Critiquing the capacity of local government to respond to complex sustainability challenges: two food security case studies.

Dr Christine Joy Slade

cjs019@student.usc.edu.au

Becoming place in a changing climate: The Sunshine Coast, Queensland.

Dr Cimarron Corpe

c_c038@student.usc.edu.au

Climate Change and Fisheries in Ghana: trends and associated adaptive strategies by small scale fishers.

Dr George Freduah

g_f007@student.usc.edu.au

The application of partial crediting policies to carbon offset projects under the Kyoto Protocol's Clean Development Mechanism: potential market responses and sustainability outcomes.

Dr Graham Ashford

gashford@usc.edu.au

Visualising the Environment: the power of environmental art to encourage pro-environmental behaviour and engender a sense of place.

Dr Megan Liselle Marks

mlm007@student.usc.edu.au

Scaling up, scaling out, scaling in: Facilitating effective Education for Sustainability through a Decentralised Global Network.

Dr Michael Duggan

msd010@student.usc.edu.au

Co-learning in marine protected area management.

Dr Mohammad Abdul Latif Siddique

mas025@student.usc.edu.au

Opinion leaders and complex sustainability issues: fostering response to climate change.

Dr Noni Keys

nkeys@usc.edu.au

Integrated assessment of decentralised biofuel Systems.

Dr Robert Mangoyana

rmangoya@usc.edu.au

Towards a sustainable coastal governance:  An improved framework for planning.

Dr Sabiha Zafrin

s_z007@student.usc.edu.au

Determining the relationship between urban form and the costs of public services.

Dr Scott Nobles Lieske

slieske@usc.edu.au

Geographies of the liminal dolphin: Toward an Understanding of the Contested Spaces of Dolphin-Assisted Therapy.

Dr Scott Taylor

cst008@student.usc.edu.au

Indigenous business ventures and contemporary business planning at South Goulburn Island.

Dr Thalia Bohl-Van Den Boogaard

t_v005@student.usc.edu.au

Interpreting the human-landscape dynamic of the Maleny Region.

Dr Troy Street

tws005@student.usc.edu.au

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