Professor of Aquatic Biology, Department of Aquatic Environment Management, KVAFSU, College of Fisheries Mangaluru
Journal of Aquaculture, Fisheries & Fish Science is an Open Access journal accessible for free on the Internet. Publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of Aquaculture, Fisheries & Fish Science.
The journal aims to maintain a rapid editorial procedure and a rigorous peer-review system. The submitted articles are peer-reviewed within approximately 15 days of submission and the accepted articles are published on the internet immediately upon receiving the final versions.
Aquaculture, Fisheries & Fish Science is internationally respected for its publication of basic and applied research articles in a broad range of fisheries science, fishing technology, fisheries management and relevant socio-economics. The scope covers fisheries in salt, brackish and freshwater systems, and all aspects of associated ecology, environmental aspects of fisheries, and economics. Both theoretical and practical papers are acceptable, including laboratory and field experimental studies relevant to fisheries. Papers on the conservation of exploitable living resources are welcome. Review and Viewpoint articles are also published. As the specified areas inevitably impinge on and interrelate with each other, the approach of the journal is multidisciplinary, and authors are encouraged to emphasise the relevance of their own work to that of other disciplines. The journal is intended for fisheries scientists, biological oceanographers, gear technologists, economists, managers, administrators, policy makers and legislators.
Sift Desk is using editorial managerial system for a quality review process. It is for submitting manuscript, review and tracking system. Authors can submit Manuscripts, track their progress and can communicate with editor using our tracking system.
• Aquatic Physiology
• Biological Sciences
• Fish Pathology
• Fisheries Sciences
• Marine Biology
• Coastal Studies
• Aquaculture Nutrition
• Veterinary Medicine