Chris Fulton is a Senior Lecturer in the Research School of Biology at the ANU. Chris completed his BSc(Hons) and PhD in reef fish ecology at James Cook University, followed by a post-doctoral project on fish-habitat dynamics at JCU, before taking up his current lectureship at the ANU. Along the way Chris has worked in fisheries (CSIRO Cleveland), as a science reporter (The Australian), and a research assistant on various aquatic ecology projects. Chris' current research on species-environment interactions involves both marine and freshwater taxa in tropical and temperature latitudes (see website for full details). He has been involved with the ASFB since 2001, and has served various roles on the ASFB Executive (Editor, Territory Rep) and Sub-committees (Future of Society, Education) over the past 7 years.
The Australian National University
Research School of Biology
College of Medicine, Biology and Environment
Building 116 Daley Rd,
Canberra ACT 0200
Phone: +61 2 6125 9892