Christopher J. Fulton
Christopher J. Fulton
Associate Professor, Australian National University
Verified email at anu.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Climate-driven regime shift of a temperate marine ecosystem
T Wernberg, S Bennett, RC Babcock, T de Bettignies, K Cure, ...
Science 353 (6295), 169-172, 2016
3252016
Functional versatility supports coral reef biodiversity
DR Bellwood, PC Wainwright, CJ Fulton, AS Hoey
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1582), 101-107, 2006
2012006
The relationship between swimming ability and habitat use in wrasses (Labridae)
CJ Fulton, DR Bellwood, PC Wainwright
Marine Biology 139 (1), 25-33, 2001
1842001
Wave energy and swimming performance shape coral reef fish assemblages
CJ Fulton, DR Bellwood, PC Wainwright
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1565), 827-832, 2005
1392005
Wave‐induced water motion and the functional implications for coral reef fish assemblages
CJ Fulton, DR Bellwood
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (1), 255-264, 2005
1232005
Assembly rules and functional groups at global biogeographical scales
DR Bellwood, PC Wainwright, CJ Fulton, A Hoey
Functional Ecology 16 (5), 557-562, 2002
1192002
Sediment‐mediated suppression of herbivory on coral reefs: Decreasing resilience to rising sea‐levels and climate change?
DR Bellwood, CJ Fulton
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (6), 2695-2701, 2008
1072008
Wave exposure, swimming performance, and the structure of tropical and temperate reef fish assemblages
CJ Fulton, DR Bellwood
Marine Biology 144 (3), 429-437, 2004
872004
Life history patterns shape energy allocation among fishes on coral reefs
M Depczynski, CJ Fulton, MJ Marnane, DR Bellwood
Oecologia 153 (1), 111-120, 2007
702007
Swimming speed performance in coral reef fishes: field validations reveal distinct functional groups
CJ Fulton
Coral Reefs 26 (2), 217-228, 2007
632007
Coral reef fishes exploit flow refuges in high-flow habitats
JL Johansen, DR Bellwood, CJ Fulton
Marine Ecology Progress Series 360, 219-226, 2008
612008
Patterns of foraging in labrid fishes
CJ Fulton, DR Bellwood
Marine ecology. Progress series 226, 135-142, 2002
552002
Ontogenetic habitat use in labrid fishes: an ecomorphological perspective
CJ Fulton, DR Bellwood
Marine Ecology Progress Series 236, 255-262, 2002
502002
Critical research needs for managing coral reef marine protected areas: Perspectives of academics and managers
C Cvitanovic, SK Wilson, CJ Fulton, GR Almany, P Anderson, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 114, 84-91, 2013
462013
Utility of primary scientific literature to environmental managers: An international case study on coral-dominated marine protected areas
C Cvitanovic, CJ Fulton, SK Wilson, L van Kerkhoff, IL Cripps, N Muthiga
Ocean & Coastal Management 102, 72-78, 2014
452014
Sea temperature shapes seasonal fluctuations in seaweed biomass within the Ningaloo coral reef ecosystem
CJ Fulton, M Depczynski, TH Holmes, MM Noble, B Radford, T Wernberg, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 59 (1), 156-166, 2014
442014
A framework for understanding climate change impacts on coral reef social–ecological systems
JE Cinner, MS Pratchett, NAJ Graham, V Messmer, MMPB Fuentes, ...
Regional Environmental Change 16 (4), 1133-1146, 2016
362016
Avoiding the flow: refuges expand the swimming potential of coral reef fishes
JL Johansen, CJ Fulton, DR Bellwood
Coral Reefs 26 (3), 577-583, 2007
362007
Localised intraspecific variation in the swimming phenotype of a coral reef fish across different wave exposures
SA Binning, DG Roche, CJ Fulton
Oecologia 174, 623-630, 2014
292014
Using sprint swimming performance to predict upstream passage of the endangered Macquarie perch in a highly regulated river
D Starrs, BC Ebner, M Lintermans, CJ Fulton
Fisheries Management and Ecology 18 (5), 360-374, 2011
282011
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