Jacobs Journal of Aquaculture and Research

Journal Scope

Jacobs Journal of Aquaculture and Research is a platform for sharing practical information that is essential for researchers to meet the needs of investors, extension agents, farm managers and policy makers working to adapt the theory of aquaculture to achieve economic and food safety goals worldwide. The journal emphasizes multidisciplinary research and case studies that offer solutions to observable problems that are financially and logistically viable.

The journal provides a global platform on all areas of aquaculture for key information, ideas and discussion. It includes advancing research that helps us understand all aspects of marine life, interactions between organisms, the functioning of the marine biosphere, interactions between organisms and the environment, the functioning of biology and ecosystems, and human interactions with oceans through the mechanism of rapid, rigorous and effective open-access publishing. The main focus of the journal is on experimental work from both the laboratory and the field at all levels of biological organization including ecological modeling and ecosystem studies.

Aim and Scope:

The main objective of the journal is to maintain and develop international fisheries science and related research. The aim of the journal is to collect and express accurate data in the fields of fisheries management, aquaculture development, aquaculture benefits, fishing technology and related aspects with a scope to be published online.

Article types:

Original Research article, Review article, Clinical image, Case report, Short communication, Editorial, Letters to editors, etc.

Classification:

  • Aquatic plants
  • Fish
  • Crustaceans
  • Molluscs
  • Fish diseases
  • Water quality
  • Coastal ecosystems
  • Industrial aquaculture
  • Mariculture
  • Freshwater prawn farming
  • Seaweed farming
  • Algaculture
  • Shrimp farming
  • Oyster farming
  • Wild fisheries