Dr Colin Bull

Teaching Fellow

Biological and Environmental Sciences University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

Dr Colin Bull

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About me

About me

Past experience

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)

Education 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

Research (30)

Projects

Secondment to Atlantic Salmon Trust
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Atlantic Salmon Trust

Keltie Burn EIA for Cemex
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Cemex

Invertebrate survey of Keltie Water for Cemex
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Cemex

DEVELOPMENT OF AN eDNA DATA SET TO PRODUCE A WFD COMPATIBLE CLASSIFICATION TOOL FOR LAKE FISH IN SCOTLAND
PI: Professor Nigel Willby
Funded by: Scottish Environment Protection Agency

River Forth Fish habitat survey
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: SLR Consulting Ltd

White Cart Lamprey Relocation
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Applied Ecology Ltd

Lamprey site condition monitoring Tweed
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Scottish Natural Heritage

SNH – Lamprey Site Condition monitoring survey of Spey SAC
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Scottish Natural Heritage

WFD111 (2A) Coarse Resolution Rapid-Assessment Methdology
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Scottish Environment Protection Agency

Millbank fish monitoring
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

WFD1112a river barrier assessment training
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Environment Agency

Revision of Common Standards Monitoring Techniques for Lamprey
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Scottish Natural Heritage

Rapid Barrier Assessment - Sherrif's Park Weir - River Leith
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Eden Rivers Trust

GHR Coilte fluvial
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Green Highland Renewables

Freshwater Bio-assessment and its application in catchment management
PI: Professor Nigel Willby
Funded by: Natural Environment Research Council

RRFT Dee
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: River Forth Fisheries Trust

Afton windfarm
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: AA Enviro

Ardeonaig Hydro Fish Survey
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Campbell of Doune Ltd

Collection of additional information on fish passage at a waterfall on Allt Shallainn
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Green Highland Renewables

Fish Access Study
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Green Highland Renewables

Kier Mining
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Kier Construction Ltd

Coulie Burn Fish Survey
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Drummond Estates

Selkirk Lamprey Rescue and Relocation
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Applied Ecology Ltd

Proposal for the collection of additional information on fish habitat quality at Shenval, Coiltie and Arkaig.
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Green Highland Renewables

Collection of additional information on fish passage at a waterfall on Abhainn Bruachaig
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Green Highland Renewables

The Collection and Analysis of UK larval Lamprey dataset to determine variance and inform future monitoring strategies
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Scottish Natural Heritage

Fish Monitoring Service at Lochwinnoch
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

A9/A85 Crieff Road Junction Redevelopment , Fish Survey
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Halcrow Group Ltd

Lamprey SAC's Site Condition Monitoring
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Waterside Ecology

Trialling of the methodology for quantifying the impacts of obstacles to fish passage
PI: Dr Colin Bull
Funded by: Institute of Fisheries Management and Sniffer

Outputs (22)

Outputs

Article

Woodward G, Morris O, Barquín J, Belgrano A, Bull C, de Eyto E, Friberg N, Guðbergsson G, Layer-Dobra K, Lauridsen RB, Lewis HM, McGinnity P, Pawar S, Rosindell J & O’Gorman EJ (2021) Using Food Webs and Metabolic Theory to Monitor, Model, and Manage Atlantic Salmon—A Keystone Species Under Threat. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9, Art. No.: 675261. https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2021.675261