Chris Fulton  

Chris completed his PhD on the ecomorphology of coral reef fishes at James Cook University (2005), followed by a post-doctoral position in macroalgal community dynamics at JCU (2005-2006), before taking up his current lectureship at ANU (2006-present). Chris now works on a range of topics in aquatic ecology that span coral reefs to tropical freshwater streams, and explores new ways of teaching and learning marine science in higher education settings. Chris is currently President of the Australian Society for Fish Biology.