The following is a list of past research students who have been part of AMRC since it was established.
|Student|| Year of Completion
|Nathan Wales (PhD)||2011||Combining Remote Sensing Change Detection and Qualitative Data to Examine Landscape Change in the Context of World Heritage Management|
|Kate Griffiths (MSc)||2011||Cultures of Aid: Chinese Aid to Cambodia|
|Jo Gillespie (PhD)||2010||Monumental challenges: local perspectives on World Heritage landscape regulation at Angkor Park, Cambodia|
|Daravy Khiev (MSc)||2010||Challenges of participatory irrigation management in Cambodia: The case of Damnak Ampil irrigation scheme|
|Sopheak Chann (MSc coursework)||2009||Examining land cover change in the upstream region of Stung Chint catchment, Cambodia|
|Viliam Phraxayavong (PhD)||2007||History of aid to Laos: Motivations and impacts|
|Daniel Robinson (PhD)||2006||Biodiversity-related traditional knowledge in Thailand: Intellectual property relations and geographies of knowledge regulation|
|Tira Foran (PhD)||2006||Rivers of contention : Pak Mun Dam, electricity planning, and state-society relations in Thailand, 1932-2004|
|Kaviphone Phouthavongs (MSc)||2005||Employing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in fisheries management in the Mekong River: A case study of Lao PDR|
|Tim Wong (MSc)||2005||Environmentalism, ideology and stereotypes: A community ethnography in a Thai national park|
|Yusheng Zhang (Msc)||2004||Political ecology of mining in China - Lanping mine as a case study|
|Anucha Leksadinulok (PhD)||2004||Community participation in ecotourism development in Thailand|
|Andrew Wyatt (PhD)||2004||Infrastructure development and BOOT in Laos and Vietnam: A case study of collective action and risk in transitional developing economies|
|Simon Bush (PhD)||2004||A political ecology of living acquatic resources in Lao PDR|
|Fiona Miller (PhD)||2003||Society-water relations in the Mekong delta: A political ecology of risk|
|Kate Lloyd (PhD)||2002||Vietnam's transition from a command economy to a socialist market economy|
|Pham Thi Bich Hang (Msc)||2002||Experiences of war widows in two communities of the Red River and the Mekong Deltas|
|Lilao Buapao (Msc)||2001||Project management: Accounting for social and environmental outcomes of rural development projects in Lao PDR|
|Xiu Juan Liu (PhD)||2001||Multi-scalar water resources management in China|
|Kheungkham Keonuchan (PhD)||2000||The adoption of new agricultural practices in northern Laos: A political ecology of shifting cultivation|
|Premrudee Daorung (Msc)||2000||Global actors, local forests: Power plays within forest management in southern Lao PDR|
|Saturo Matsumoto (Msc)||1999||Development and environment in press: A North-South perspective on representations of Mekong hydropower development|
Geography field school alumni
The annual Geography Field School is a self contained Unit of study that involves a program of fieldwork, classroom-based teaching, readings an assignments carried over five week period in Southeast Asia or the Pacific.
Phil Hirsch ran the Southeast Asia Field School in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Thailand in 1997, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006 and 2009. He will run it again in early 2010. From 1999, John Connell and Eric Waddell established a South Pacific Field School to provide an option for students in alternate years, and John also ran this in 2000, 2003, 2004, 2007 and 2008.
The essence of the field school is a framework of experiential learning to give students a field-based understanding of development, environment and rural social change at the village level, and to foster learning with and through peers at universities in host countries.
Visit the Geography Field School Alumni website