Christopher Fuller is a Emeritus Scientist for the USGS Water Resources Mission Area. His research characterizes processes and mechanisms of metal sorption reactions through field studies and lab experiments to better understand the metal transport and natural attenuation in mine contaminated systems and to better understand geochemical processes affecting bioavailability of metal contaminants to aquatic organisms.
Professional societies/affiliations/committees/editorial boards
American Geophysical Union
American Chemical Society
2019 - current: Scientist Emeritus
2018 - 2019: Research Hydrologist (Geochemistry), Hydrological-Ecological Interactions Branch, Earth Surface Processes Division, Water Mission Area, U.S. Geological Survey
1982 - 2017: Research Hydrologist (Geochemistry), National Research Program, Western Region, U.S. Geological Survey
1976 - 1982: Research Technician, Unversity of Southern California
Education and Certifications
1976: BS Chemistry, SUNY Oswego
1982: MS Geology, emphasis in Marine Geochemistry, University of Southern California
Honors and Awards
Honors, awards, recognition, elected offices
May 1996: Editors Citation for Excellence in Manuscript Review for the Soil Science Society of America Journal
May 2003. STAR award for instrumental role in developing cooperative project with BLM at the Fry Canyon permeable reactive barrier demonstration site.
November 2006 Superior Service Award
October 2007. STAR award “Chris has done an outstanding job in age dating over 90 lake sediment cores collected from Great Salt Lake in a very short time frame to accommodate a Utah Water Science Center cooperator. This work was published in Applied Geochemistry.
June 2014 Superior Service Award