Joseph Stroud

Joseph Stroud
Bond University · Faculty of Society and Design, Department of Sustainable Development.

PhD - Environmental Management (Sustainable Development)
PhD Thesis - The Perception of Community Conflict Over Coal Seam Gas in the Western Downs, Queensland, Australia.

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Introduction
I have completed my PhD Thesis regarding CSG and water at Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia. Best regards, Joseph Stroud (EcoJoe)
Additional affiliations
March 2016 - June 2020
Bond University
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
May 2011 - March 2014
Bond University
Field of study
  • Environmental Management (Sustainable Development)
September 1987 - December 1989
University of Melbourne
Field of study
  • Education
June 1975 - June 1979
University of Huddersfield
Field of study
  • Ecology

Publications

Publications (7)
Thesis
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The difficulties in finding peer references for CSG extraction risk assessment cannot be understated. The amendment to the EPBC Act 1999 in 2013 making water a Matter of National Environmental Significance (MNES) and the establishment of the IESC on CSG and large mines in 2013 has made this issue, to some degree, more transparent. However, in 2014...
Thesis
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'Cows and Sheep versus Kangaroos.' Which is the most efficacious source of red meat protein for human and environmental health in Australia ?
Book
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Power controls the world. A personal view of its uses and misuse.
Presentation
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A light hearted insight into coal seam gas (CSG) in Australia
Thesis
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An ecological study of three of Australia invasive introduced species: the Carp; the Cane Toad; and the Rabbit.
Preprint
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A video presentation concerning satirical insights of the portrayal of Coal Seam Gas (CSG) in Australia
Article
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The hares of Bond University, Gold Coast, Queensland. Unlike their outlaw cousins, rabbits, with a $44,000 price on their heads, hares are running free and thriving.

Questions

Questions (6)

Projects

Projects (4)
Project
To synthesise the concept of power. Both energy and societal driven power. Its ability to control and be controlled. Focusing on the use of fossil fuels and their role in determining and shaping societal development and the reality of global: human and environmental wealth in the 21st century.