Leads of Marine Biology
Leads of Marine Biology is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing cutting-edge research in all areas of marine biology. Our journal aims to be a platform for scientists and researchers to share their latest findings and contribute to the collective understanding of marine ecosystems, biodiversity, and the effects of human activities on marine life.
Access policy: Open access
Review policy: Double-blind peer review
Frequency: Publish continuously
Frontiers of Marine Biology is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing cutting-edge research in all areas of marine biology. Our journal aims to be a platform for scientists and researchers to share their latest findings and contribute to the collective understanding of marine ecosystems, biodiversity, and the effects of human activities on marine life.
As an open-access journal, our content is available to anyone with an internet connection, ensuring that the latest scientific discoveries are widely accessible to both the scientific community and the general public. Our journal adheres to all the necessary regulations from organizations such as the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the International Council for Science (ICSU) to ensure that we maintain the highest standards of ethical and scientific rigor.
We welcome research articles, reviews, perspectives, and commentary from marine biologists, oceanographers, ecologists, and other related fields. Our aim is to provide a platform for researchers to share their work and contribute to the broader scientific community's understanding of marine biology. We also encourage interdisciplinary research that integrates different areas of study and fosters collaboration between researchers from different fields.
At Frontiers of Marine Biology, we strive to promote the importance of marine biology research and its potential to contribute to the conservation and sustainable use of marine resources. Our goal is to provide a forum for researchers to engage in discussions about the most pressing issues facing marine ecosystems, from climate change and pollution to overfishing and habitat destruction. By fostering collaboration and sharing knowledge, we hope to contribute to a better understanding of the complex systems that make up our oceans and the need for their conservation.
Our mission at Frontiers of Marine Biology is to provide a high-quality, open-access platform for the dissemination of innovative and impactful research in the field of marine biology. We aim to foster collaboration and dialogue among researchers, practitioners, and policymakers, with a particular focus on the conservation and sustainable management of marine ecosystems and their resources.
We strive to publish original research articles, reviews, and perspectives that address key challenges and opportunities in marine biology, including but not limited to the biology, ecology, physiology, and behavior of marine organisms, the structure and function of marine ecosystems, and the impacts of human activities on marine environments. Our journal places particular emphasis on interdisciplinary and collaborative research that integrates diverse perspectives, methods, and approaches to advance our understanding of marine biology.
As an open-access journal, we believe that access to high-quality research in marine biology should be available to all, regardless of geographic location, institutional affiliation, or economic resources. We are committed to providing a platform for authors to share their research openly and transparently, with no barriers to access or dissemination.
In addition, we are committed to upholding the highest ethical and scientific standards in publishing. We adhere to the principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and follow the guidelines of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) on authorship and publication ethics. We ensure rigorous peer review of all submissions, with the goal of providing constructive feedback to authors and ensuring the accuracy, validity, and impact of published research.
Overall, our mission at Frontiers of Marine Biology is to advance the field of marine biology through the publication of high-quality, innovative research that promotes the conservation and sustainable management of marine ecosystems and resources, while promoting open access and ethical publishing practices.
At Frontiers of Marine Biology, our vision is to advance the field of marine biology and foster interdisciplinary collaboration in this critical area of research. We envision a world where the oceans are sustainably managed, and their resources are responsibly used for the benefit of both humanity and the environment.
As an open-access journal, we are committed to making our content widely available to researchers, students, policymakers, and the general public. We aim to provide a platform for high-quality research that advances our understanding of marine ecosystems, from the smallest microorganisms to the largest marine mammals. We also strive to promote the translation of scientific research into practical applications that can address pressing issues such as climate change, overfishing, pollution, and habitat destruction.
We believe that collaboration is key to achieving these goals, and we are committed to fostering connections between researchers, policymakers, and practitioners. By bringing together scientists from different disciplines and regions, we can enhance our understanding of the complexities of marine ecosystems and develop innovative solutions to the challenges we face.
In addition, we are dedicated to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in our journal and in the field of marine biology more broadly. We recognize the importance of a diverse and inclusive community in advancing scientific progress and ensuring that the benefits of marine research are accessible to all.
Overall, our vision is to be a leading journal in the field of marine biology, promoting cutting-edge research, interdisciplinary collaboration, and responsible stewardship of our oceans.