Mrs Amanda Putri

PhD Student

LOCATION

Room 304 PEMS North (Bldg 26) School of Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, PO Box 7916, Canberra BC ACT 2610, AUSTRALIA

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PhD Student

Field of Study: Oceanography

Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Stuart Pearson

Co-Supervisor: Assoc. Prof. Xiao Hua Wang

Research Topic: Water pollution in Jakarta Bay and the impacts on environmental degradation and social-economic aspects of local fishers

Amanda Putri is a UNSW PhD student currently completing her fieldwork in Jakarta Bay. She has been studying the impact of pollution on fishermen and is funded by an Indonesian Government scholarship. She is affiliated with SARCCM and SIMS through the World Harbour Project.

As part of her research Amanda conducted an interview with the Head of R&D Division of the Ministry of Marine and Fisheries (Dr Budi Sulistiyo). The R&D Division of the Ministry of Marine and Fisheries website notes this interview, and explains her Supervisor's (Associate Professor Stuart Pearson) joint project with one of the R&D staff (Dr Widodo) under the World Harbour Project. Dr Adi, a researcher in the field of ocean remote sensing (who graduated from University of Queensland) is also pictured in this footage.

Poster:

Amanda Putri, A/Prof. Stuart Pearson, A/Prof. Xiao Hua Wang, Dr Nicolaas Warouw, Cope with changing environments: Insights from the coast of Jakarta

Conference Abstract:

Putri A., Pearson S.G., 2015, ‘Integrating the biophysical spatial model with local knowledge to better understand the impacts of water pollution in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia’, in Institute of Australian Geographers Conference Program and Book of Abstracts, p. 91, presented at IAG Conference, Canberra, Australia, 1-3 July 2015.

 

Member of SARCCM Research Program 2: Coastal and Marine Natural Resource Management, People, Policy, Practice

Fieldwork Photos:

 

Flooding along the small pavement of Kaliadem fishing village in Muara Angke during fieldwork.
The informal settlement of this community is located alongside and right up above the Kaliadem river and is often severely affected by floods during wet season.

The same fishers’ settlement when there is no flooding.

 

One busy afternoon for many women and children who work as green mussel peelers.

 

A fisher marked his fishing area during a participatory map exercise.

Book Chapters

Ningsih NS; Hadi S; Utami MD; Rudiawan AP, 2011, 'Modelling of storm tide flooding along the Southern Coast of JAVA, Indonesia', in Advances in Geosciences: Volume 24: Ocean Sciences (OS), pp. 87 - 104, 10.1142/9789814355353_0006

Journal articles

Pearson S; Windupranata W; Pranowo SW; Putri A; Ma Y; Vila-Concejo A; Fernández E; Méndez G; Banks J; Knights AM, 2016, 'Conflicts in some of the World harbours: what needs to happen next?', Maritime Studies, vol. 15, 10.1186/s40152-016-0049-x

Conference Papers

Putri A; Pearson SG; Windupranata W, (ed.), 2015, 'Sustaining the environments-sustaining the livelihoods: Insights from the coast of Jakarta, Indonesia', in The Proceeding of ISIC 2015 Academic Conference, 15th Indonesian Scholars International Convention, London, United Kingdom, pp. 20 - 30, presented at 15th Indonesian Scholars International Convention, London, United Kingdom, 02 - 04 October 2015

Putri A; Pearson SG, (eds.), 2014, 'Poverty And Pollution Impacts In Jakarta's Fishing Villages (Vulnerability Assessment And Scenario of Livability)', in 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning, Islamic University of Indonesia and Research Institute for Human Settlements, Agency of R&D Ministry of Public Works, Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, pp. 34 - 48, presented at 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 21 October - 22 April 2014, http://icsbe.uii.ac.id/downloads/proceeding/PROCEEDING-ICSBE-2014.pdf

Conference Presentations

Putri A; Pearson SG, 2015, 'Integrating the biophysical spatial model with local knowledge to better understand the impacts of water pollution in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia', in Integrating the biophysical spatial model with local knowledge to better understand the impacts of water pollution in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia, Institute Of Australian Geographers 2015 Conference Exploring Geographic Connections, Australian National University, Canberra, presented at Institute Of Australian Geographers 2015 Conference Exploring Geographic Connections, Australian National University, Canberra, 01 - 03 July 2015, https://www.iag.org.au/uploads/2015/11/iag-2015-program.pdf

Conference Abstracts

Pearson SG; Putri A; Windupranata W, Jakarta Bay as an opportunity for collaborative and integrative research and the need for knowledge brokering

Pearson SG; Windupranata W; Putri A; Ma Y; Vila-Concejo A; Fernández E; Méndez G; Banks J; Chen S, How conflicts are managed in the World’s Harbours; sharing what has been learnt