PHD Theses

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1- Violeta Cabello Villarejo (30 January 2016): An integrated assessment of water governance in social-ecological systems. Two case studies: the Andarax basin in Almeria and the Tucson basin in Arizona. Universidad de Sevilla. 

2- Zora Kovacic (10 April 2015): Complexity theory in quality assessment: Case studies in sustainability science for governance.

 

3- Juan José Cadillo Benalcazar (12 November 2015): El uso de la gramática del MuSIASEM para el análisis cuantitativo de la sostenibilidad de los sistemas alimentarios.

4- Cristina Madrid Lopez (2014): “The water metabolism of Socio-Ecosystems. Epistemology, methods and applications”

5- Tarik Serrano Tovar (2014): “Spatial analysis in MuSIASEM. The use of geographic information systems and land use applied to the integrated analysis of rural systems’ metabolism”

6- François Diaz-Maurin (2013): “The Viability and Desirability of Alternative Energy Sources: Exploring the Controversy over Nuclear Power”

7- Oswaldo Viteri (2013): “Evaluación de la Sostenibilidad de los Cultivos de Café y Cacao en las Provincias de Orellana y Sucumbíos – Ecuador”.

 

8- Arnim Scheidel (2013): “New challenges in rural development. A multi-scale inquiry into emerging issues, posed by the global land rush”

9- Pere Ariza (2013):  “Large-scale Renewable Energy? A transdisciplinary view on conflicts and trade-offs in the implementation of renewable energy”

10- Nancy Guadalupe Arizpe Ramos (2012):  “Understanding Agricultural Change: Integrated analysis of the societal metabolism at different scales”

11- Alevgul H. Sorman (2011): “The Energetic Metabolism of Societies – Development of Methodological Tools and Empirical Applications””

12- Gonzalo Gamboa (2008):  “Social Multi-Criteria Evaluation in practice: Two real-world case studies”

1- Cristina Madrid Lopez (2014): “The water metabolism of Socio-Ecosystems. Epistemology, methods and applications”

2- Tarik Serrano Tovar (2014): “Spatial analysis in MuSIASEM. The use of geographic information systems and land use applied to the integrated analysis of rural systems’ metabolism”

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