Journal of Marine Science Research and Technology
Scope of the Journal
Journal of Marine Science Research and Technology publishes significant contributions in the fields of marine biology with a special focus on articles with an understanding of sea life, interactions between organisms and functioning of marine biosphere.
It aims to provide a complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in all areas pertaining to marine biology and oceanography, making them easily accessible to researchers worldwide.
The journal encourages researchers to contribute to the challenges in population dynamics, assessment techniques and management approach, human dimensions and socioeconomics, and ecosystem metrics to improve fisheries science.
The journal deals with research on aquatic ecosystems, from microscopic phytoplankton to the largest animal on Earth, the blue whale. It includes studies on interactions between salt water organisms and their environments, often selecting a specific area of study, such as the conservation or rehabilitation of marine species. It emphasizes on biological sciences, including evolutionary, molecular and cellular biology, studies of ecosystems and ecological modelling including development and life cycles of marine organisms, the evolution of marine organisms, marine conservation and technologies used in the development of marine biology, as well as topics in oceanography, ecology and botany.
The journal lays emphasis on biodiversity and population studies of marine ecosystems and the impact of global warming, ocean acidification and climate change on the marine ecosystem.