I am a research scientist with the ecosystems modelling team at the CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, in Hobart, Australia. I am also a member of the IMBER Scientific Steering Committee and Human Dimensions Working Groups. My research focuses on social and economic behaviour of marine resource users and their interactions with the biophysical marine environment. I use different modelling tools and approaches (e.g. Bayesian and network analysis) to represent resource user behaviour and interactions at the appropriate level of complexity. Overall, my main aim is to improve management of coupled social-ecological systems and ensure their long term viability.
Recent publications (2014/15/16):
Weijerman, M. Grace-McCaskey, C., Grafeld, S.L., Kotowicz, D.M, Oleson, K.L.L., van Putten, E.I. (2016) Towards an ecosystem-based approach of Guam’s coral reefs: The human dimension, Marine Policy, 63, 8-17.
Alistair Hobday, Kevern Cochrane, Nicola Downey-Breedt, James Howard, Shankar Aswani, Val Byfield, Greg Duggan, Elethu Duna, Leo Dutra, Stewart Frusher, Elizabeth Fulton, Louise Gammage, Maria Masalla, Chevron Griffiths, Almeida Guissamulo, Marcus Haward, Astrid Jarre, Sarah Jennings, Tia Jordan, Jess Joyner, Narayana Ramani, Swathi Shanmugasundaram Willem Malherbe, Kelly Ortega Cisneros, Adina Payton, Gretta Pecl, Plaganyi Eva, Ekaterina Popova, Haja Razafindrainibe, Michael Roberts, Prathiba Rohit, Shyam Sainulabdeen, Warwick Sauer, Sathianandan Valappil, Paryiappanal Zacharia, Ingrid van Putten (2016) Planning adaptation to climate change in fast-warming marine regions with seafood-dependent coastal communities, Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 1-16. DOI: 10.1007/s11160-016-9419-0
van Putten, E. I., Farmery, A., Green, B. S., Hobday, A. J., Lim-Camacho, L. & Norman-López, A. (2015) The supply chains of two Australian rock lobster fisheries under a changing climate. Journal of Industrial Ecology. DOI: 10.1111/jiec.12382
van Putten, E.I., Frusher, Stewart, Fulton, Elizabeth, Hobday, Alistair, Jennings, S., Metcalf, S, Pecl, Gretta (2015) Empirical evidence for different cognitive effects in explaining the attribution of marine range shifts to climate change. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsv192
Ingrid Van Putten, Catherine Mary Dichmont, Leo Ximenes Cabral Dutra, Olivier Thebaud, Roy Aijun Deng, Eddie Jebreen, Randall Owens, Ricardo Pascual, Mark Read, Carolyn Thompson (2015) Objectives for management of socio-ecological systems in the Great Barrier Reef region, Australia. Regional Environmental Change. doi:10.1007/s10113-015-0867-1
Darren Dennis, Eva Plaganyi-Lloyd, Ingrid van Putten, Trevor Hutton, Sean Pascoe (2015) Cost benefit of fishery-independent surveys: are they worth the money? Marine Policy 58, 108-115.
Helven Naranjo, Ana Norman-Lopez, Ingrid van Putten (2015) Understanding socio-ecological drivers of spatial allocation choice in a multi-species artisanal fishery: a Bayesian network modelling approach. Marine Policy 62, 102-115.
Sarah Metcalf, Elizabeth Ingrid van Putten, Stewart Frusher, Nadine Marshall, Malcolm Tull, Nick Caputi, Marcus Haward, Alistair Hobday, Neil Holbrook, Sarah Jennings, Gretta Pecl, Jenny Shaw (2015) Vulnerability influences the successful implementation of climate change adaptations, Ecology and Society.
Leo Dutra, Rodrigo Bustamante, Ilva I Sporne, Ingrid van Putten, Cathy Dichmont, Emma Ligtermoet, Marcus MS Sheaves, and Roy Deng (2015) Organizational drivers that strengthen adaptive capacity in the coastal zone of Australia, Oceans and Coastal Management.
Rafael León, Caleb Gardner, Ingrid van Putten and Klaas Hartmann (2015) Changes in the lease and permanent sale quota markets of a rock lobster fishery in response to stock abundance. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsu246
Bradley, M., van Putten, E .I., Sheaves, M. (2015), The pace and progress of adaptation: marine climate change preparedness in Australia’s coastal communities. Marine Policy 53, p13-20 doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2014.11.004
Lim-Camacho, L., Hobday, A. J., Bustamante, R. H., Farmery, A., Fleming, A., Frusher, S., Green, B. S., Norman-Lopez, A., Pecl, G., Plaganyi, E. E., Schrobback, P., Thebaud, O., Thomas, L. & van Putten, E. I. (2014) Facing the wave of change: Stakeholder perspectives on climate adaptation for Australian seafood supply chains. Regional Environmental change. DOI 10.1007/s10113-014-0670-4
Russell G Richards, Andrew T Davidson, Jan-Olaf Meynecke, Kerrod Beattie, Vanessa Hernaman, Tim Lynam, Ingrid E van Putten (2015) Effects and mitigations of ocean acidification on wild and aquaculture scallop and prawn fisheries in Queensland, Australia, Fisheries Research 161, p42-56
Plaganyi, E. E., van Putten, E. I., Thebaud, O., Hobday, A. J., Innes, J., Lim-Camacho, L., Norman-Lopez, A., Bustamante, R. H., Farmery, A., Fleming, A., Frusher, S., Green, B. S., Hoshino, E., Jennings, S., Pecl, G., Pascoe, S., Schrobback, P. & Thomas, L. (2014) A quantitative metric to identify critical elements within seafood supply networks. PLoS ONE.
Ingrid van Putten, Sarah Metcalf, Stewart Frusher, Nadine Marshall, Malcolm Tull (2014) Transformation of coastal Communities: Where is the marine sector heading? Australasian Journal of Regional Studies 20(2), p286-324.
Putten, van E.I., Boschetti, F., Fulton, E.A., Smith, A.D.M., Thebaud, O. (2014) Individual Transferable Quota contribution to environmental stewardship: A theory in need of validation. Ecology and Society.
Hobday, A. J., R. H. Bustamante, A. Farmery, A. Fleming, S. Frusher, B. S. Green, L. Lim-Camacho, J. Innes, S. Jennings, A. Norman-Lopez, S. Pascoe, G. T. Pecl, E. E. Plaganyi, P. Schrobback, O. Thebaud, L. Thomas and E. I. van Putten (2014). Growth opportunities for marine fisheries and aquaculture industries in a changing climate. Applied climate change adaptation research. J. Palutikof, J. Barnett, S. L. Boulter and D. Rissik, Wiley.
A. Fleming, A. J. Hobday, A. Farmery, E. I. van Putten, G. T. Pecl., B. Green, L. Lim-Camacho (2014) Climate change risks and adaptation options across Australian seafood supply chains - a preliminary assessment Climate Risk Management, 1, 39-50.