Project manager: Conservation of Atlantic salmon in Scotland (CASS) LIFE project. SNH (Battleby, Perthshire)
Biologist: Loch Lomond Fisheries Trust. (Rowardennan, Glasgow)
Executive manager and biologist: Forth Fisheries Foundation. University of Stirling (Stirling)
International Aquarium Research Co-ordinator: Project Seahorse, John G. Shedd Aquarium (Chicago, USA)and McGill University (Montreal, Canada)
Field Researcher. Environment and Natural Resources Institute. (Anchorage Alaska, USA)
1996 PhD - The feeding and fat dynamics of resident juvenile Atlantic salmon during winter – University of Glasgow
1993 1st class (Hons) Biology – University of Stirling
Seeney A, Eastwood S, Pattison Z, Willby N & Bull C (2019) All change at the water's edge: invasion by non-native riparian plants negatively impacts terrestrial invertebrates. Biological Invasions, 21 (6), pp. 1933-1946. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-019-01947-5
Seeney A, Pattison Z, Willby NJ, Boon PJ & Bull CD (2019) Stream invertebrate diversity reduces with invasion of river banks by non-native plants. Freshwater Biology, 64 (3), pp. 485-496. https://doi.org/10.1111/fwb.13236
Bull C, Shelton J & Coulson M (2017) Trialling drift netting and deep water sampling methods as methods to assist monitoring larval sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) populations in a Scottish SAC river. Scottish Natural Heritage.
Bull C & Law A (2014) A survey of the aquatic habitat, fish and aquatic macroinvertebrate populations in the vicinity of three proposed conveyor bridge crossings on the River Teith and Keltie Water at Cambusmore. Direct Ecology.