Stirling research theses added to STORRE in July

We had a number of theses added to the University’s research repository, STORRE, during the month of July.



The theses are embargoed for a period to allow the authors time to write up work for publication:


Death and Dying in Human and Companion Canine Relations by Maria Desougi.


Enviromental factors affecting the pathogenesis of Edwardsiella ictaluri in striped catfish Pangasianodon hypophthalmus (Sauvage) by Phuoc Nguyen Ngoc.


Sustainable development of export-orientated farmed seafood in Mekong Delta, Vietnam by Lam Phan Thanh.


Congratulations to all those who have successfully completed their doctorates!


We’ve also recently digitised some of our older theses and added these to STORRE. The theses were digitised in response to requests from the British Library’s EThOS service and are publicly available now.


Chemoreception in Larval Herring and Plaice by C.H. Dempsey, 1977.


Water resources and freshwater aquaculture development of Yucatan, Mexico by Alejandro Flores Nava, 1990.


Gender, Reiki and energetic healing : an exploration of holistic/’New Age’ healing in Scotland by Judith Ann Macpherson, 2004.


Development of biomanipulation strategies for the remediation of eutrophication problems in an urban reservoir, Lago Paranoa, Brazil by Fernando Luis do Rego Monteiro Starling, 1988.


The development of snowmelt runoff models in the Scottish Highlands by Anthony Mark Bennett, 1990.


Clare Allan

Subject Librarian