Juniper Publishers

Oceanography & Fisheries Open access Journal (OFOAJ)

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Juniper Publishers

Oceanography & Fisheries Open access Journal (OFOAJ)

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Oceanography and Fisheries Open access journal (OFOAJ) is a peer reviewed, premium quality journal that aims to showcase advanced research in the field of Oceanography and Fishery science and all the related areas. Oceanography is the study of marine ecosystems, including the biological, chemical and physical aspects while Fisheries deals with several aspects of marine biology as well as limnology, fish population dynamics, conservation and several related subjects. OFOAJ publishes a wide variety of articles like research papers, review papers, case reports and short communication in all the concerned areas

Contact us at: ocean@juniperpublishers.org

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Latest Articles

Research Article
Environmental Protection and Management in Coastal and Maritime Industries
Aboul Dahab O* and Shaaban N
Research Article
Preliminary Assessment Concerning the Viability of Phytoplankton from Ballast Waters of International Vessels Berthing at ports of Cebu and Subic Bay, Philippines
Austero NM*, Azanza RV and Sawant SS
Review Article
Linking Ocean Observation and Fisheries - Relevance to Deep Ocean Living Resources
Venkatesan R* and Sampath V
Opinion
The Ecosystem Based Fishery Management in the Arctic - Imperative of our Time (WWF Russia Experience)
Konstantin Zgurovsky*
Research Article
Spatial Variation of Demersal Fish Communities in the Platform and Channel of Yucatan
Maria Eugenia Vega Cendejas*, Mirella Hernández de S and Ariel Chi
Opinion
Conservation of Marine Environment - Only Way of Sustaining the Very Existence of Human Civilization on our Planet
Anupam Ghosh*, Shanta Ghosh and Vineeta Ghosh
Review Article
On the Correlation of Sea Surface Temperature and Chlorophyll in Upwelling Events from Satellite Imagery
Elisabeth Blazquez Gomez, Jose J Alonso del Rosario* and Juan M Vidal Perez
Short Communication
Observations on Habitats for the Growth of Tenualosa ilisha Population in the Hooghly River Estuary, West Bengal, India Revealed From Isotopic Analysis of Ear Bone (Otolith) Carbonate
Sourav Ganguly, Prosenjit Ghosh*, Yogaraj Banerjee, Ashim Nath and Mousumi Chatterjee

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