"Leads of Marine Biology" is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal that aims to promote and disseminate the latest research findings in the field of marine biology. The journal publishes original research articles, reviews, editorials, and other types of content that advance our understanding of marine ecosystems, biodiversity, and ecosystem services. The journal also welcomes interdisciplinary research that applies principles and tools from other fields, such as biotechnology, bioinformatics, genetics, and conservation biology, to marine biology.

The scope of "Leads of Marine Biology" covers all aspects of marine biology, including but not limited to:

  1. Marine biodiversity
  2. Marine ecology and ecosystems
  3. Marine biotechnology
  4. Marine conservation and management
  5. Marine genetics and genomics
  6. Marine microbiology
  7. Marine physiology and biochemistry
  8. Marine pollution and its impacts
  9. Oceanography
  10. Aquaculture
  11. Marine biogeography
  12. Marine natural products and drug discovery
  13. Marine food webs and trophic interactions
  14. Marine ecosystem services
  15. Marine policy and governance

Other areas of interest to the journal include the application of new technologies and methods in the study of marine organisms and ecosystems, such as remote sensing, molecular markers, and imaging techniques. The journal also welcomes studies that examine the impacts of climate change, ocean acidification, and other anthropogenic factors on marine ecosystems and biodiversity.

"Leads of Marine Biology" aims to be a leading platform for researchers, scholars, and practitioners to share their findings, ideas, and experiences in the field of marine biology. The journal is committed to the highest standards of ethical and scientific rigor, and adheres to the guidelines and regulations set by international bodies such as COPE, ICMJE, and DOAJ.


  1. Marine biodiversity hotspots
  2. Marine ecosystem services valuation
  3. Marine ecological models
  4. Marine ecosystem-based management
  5. Marine biotechnology tools and techniques
  6. Marine genetic resources
  7. Marine molecular biology and genomics
  8. Marine microbial diversity
  9. Marine bioremediation
  10. Marine bioinformatics
  11. Marine conservation genetics
  12. Marine ecosystem functioning and productivity
  13. Marine trophic dynamics and food webs
  14. Marine ecosystem stability and resilience
  15. Marine ecosystem health assessment
  16. Marine invasive species
  17. Marine spatial planning
  18. Marine climate change impacts
  19. Ocean acidification and its effects on marine organisms
  20. Marine pollution sources and impacts
  21. Marine waste management
  22. Marine environmental monitoring
  23. Marine fisheries management
  24. Aquatic toxicology
  25. Marine ecology and evolution
  26. Marine community ecology
  27. Marine macroecology
  28. Marine ecosystem functioning and services
  29. Marine ecosystem restoration
  30. Marine biogeography and biodiversity patterns
  31. Marine natural products and drug discovery
  32. Marine renewable energy sources
  33. Marine social-ecological systems
  34. Marine policy and governance frameworks
  • Marine science education and outreach
  1. Marine ecosystem-based adaptation to climate change
  • Marine species interactions
  • Marine symbiosis and mutualism
  • Marine herbivory and predation
  1. Marine microbial ecology and biogeochemistry
  2. Marine trophodynamics and food web dynamics
  3. Marine ecosystem services trade-offs and synergies
  4. Marine ecosystem-based fisheries management
  5. Marine habitat mapping and classification
  6. Marine ecosystem-based spatial planning
  7. Marine conservation planning and prioritization
  8. Phytoplankton
  9. Zooplankton
  10. Benthic ecology
  11. Deep-sea ecosystems
  12. Coral reefs
  13. Marine mammals
  • Sea turtles
  1. Fisheries management
  2. Marine conservation
  • Marine protected areas
  1. Marine spatial planning
  2. Aquaculture
  3. Marine biotechnology
  4. Marine natural products
  5. Marine pharmacology
  6. Marine genomics
  7. Marine microbiology
  8. Marine viruses
  • Harmful algal blooms
  1. Climate change and ocean acidification
  • Oceanography and ocean engineering
  • Marine renewable energy
  • Marine pollution and remediation
  1. Marine ecotoxicology
  2. Marine biogeography
  3. Marine ecology and evolution
  • Marine ecosystem functioning
  1. Marine ecosystem services
  2. Ocean health and sustainability
  • Coastal and estuarine ecosystems
  1. Fisheries science
  2. Marine genetics
  3. Marine biogeochemistry
  4. Marine food webs
  5. Marine biomineralization
  6. Marine paleontology
  • Marine sedimentology
  1. Marine geology and geophysics
  2. Ocean currents and circulation
  • Sea level rise and ocean warming
  1. Marine remote sensing
  2. Underwater acoustics
  3. Marine data management and sharing
  4. Marine technology development
  5. Ocean literacy and education
  6. Indigenous marine knowledge and practices
  • Marine tourism
  1. Marine art and culture
  2. Marine history and archaeology
  • Marine law and policy
  1. Marine economics
  2. Marine sociology
  3. Gender and diversity in marine science
  4. Ocean governance.
  5. Marine robotics
  6. Marine artificial intelligence
  7. Marine conservation genetics
  8. Marine bioremediation
  9. Marine ecosystem modeling
  10. Marine invasive species
  11. Ocean engineering and technology
  12. Marine renewable energy resources
  13. Marine environmental monitoring
  14. Marine ecophysiology
  15. Marine ecotoxicology
  16. Marine bioindicators
  17. Marine microbial ecology
  18. Marine population dynamics
  19. Marine science education and outreach
  20. Marine natural resource management
  21. Marine aquaculture technology
  22. Marine biotechnology and bioprospecting
  23. Marine biodiversity assessment
  24. Marine environmental management
  25. Marine fish physiology
  26. Marine fish ecology
  27. Marine fish conservation
  28. Marine fish genetics
  29. Marine fish breeding and genetics
  30. Marine vertebrate zoology
  31. Marine invertebrate zoology
  32. Marine biodiversity conservation
  33. Marine ecosystem resilience
  34. Marine ecosystem restoration
  35. Marine fisheries technology
  36. Marine pollution and contamination
  37. Marine environmental impact assessment
  38. Marine ecosystem conservation
  39. Marine ecosystem services valuation
  40. Marine mammal ecology and conservation
  41. Marine biogeographic analysis
  42. Marine ecosystem biodiversity
  43. Marine habitat protection
  44. Marine resource economics
  45. Marine resource management and policy
  46. Marine spatial ecology
  47. Marine biodiversity conservation
  48. Coral reef ecology and conservation
  49. Marine pollution and its impact on marine life
  50. Marine biogeochemistry
  51. Marine microbiology
  52. Marine viruses
  53. Harmful algal blooms and their management
  54. Marine ecosystem modeling
  55. Marine ecosystem resilience
  56. Marine biotechnology
  57. Marine natural products
  58. Marine pharmacology
  59. Marine genetic resources
  60. Marine genetic engineering
  61. Marine bioinformatics
  62. Marine bioprospecting
  63. Marine bioenergy
  64. Marine aquaculture
  65. Marine fisheries
  66. Marine mammalogy
  67. Marine ornithology
  68. Marine herpetology
  69. Marine invertebrate zoology
  70. Marine paleontology
  71. Marine biogeography
  72. Marine environmental policy
  73. Marine law and regulations
  74. Marine spatial planning
  75. Marine conservation planning
  76. Marine education and outreach
  77. Marine science communication
  78. Marine science ethics
  79. Emerging trends and technologies in marine biology
  80. Marine pollution and remediation
  81. Marine conservation and restoration
  82. Marine biotechnology
  83. Marine genomics
  84. Marine microbiology
  85. Marine natural products
  86. Marine toxins
  87. Ocean acidification
  88. Oceanography
  89. Paleoceanography
  90. Plankton and primary productivity
  91. Polar and deep-sea ecology
  92. Seabirds and marine mammals
  93. Seafloor mapping and geology
  94. Seagrasses and saltmarshes
  95. Seaweed and algae cultivation
  96. Underwater acoustics
  97. Underwater robotics
  98. Marine renewable energy
  99. Marine tourism and recreation
  100. Marine law and policy
  101. Marine economics
  102. Marine education and outreach
  103. Blue economy and sustainability
  104. Sea turtle conservation
  105. Coral reef restoration
  106. Harmful algal blooms
  107. Fish ecology
  108. Marine biogeography
  109. Ocean acidification
  110. Marine genomics
  111. Aquaculture
  112. Marine natural products
  113. Oceanographic modeling
  114. Marine technology
  115. Marine environmental law and policy
  116. Marine mammal research
  117. Deep-sea biology
  118. Marine archaeology
  119. Biogeochemistry of marine systems
  120. Marine viruses
  121. Marine pollution monitoring and remediation
  122. Marine ecosystem services
  123. Marine renewable energy
  124. Zooplankton
  125. Phytoplankton
  126. Marine viruses
  127. Microbial ecology
  128. Marine biogeochemistry
  129. Marine conservation
  130. Marine protected areas
  131. Marine pollution
  132. Marine debris
  133. Marine ecosystem services
  134. Marine spatial planning
  135. Marine fisheries
  136. Fish biology
  137. Fish ecology
  138. Fish population dynamics
  139. Fish stock assessment
  140. Aquaculture
  141. Marine genetics
  142. Marine biotechnology
  143. Marine natural products
  144. Marine microbiology
  145. Marine microbial biotechnology
  146. Marine bioinformatics
  147. Marine genomics

In conclusion, Leads of Marine Biology aims to provide a platform for the dissemination of cutting-edge research in the field of marine biology. Our mission is to facilitate the exchange of ideas and promote collaboration among researchers, with a vision to advance the understanding of the complex marine ecosystems and their interactions with the environment. Our journal's scope includes a broad range of topics, from basic marine biology research to applied research and conservation efforts. We encourage submissions of original research articles, reviews, and perspectives from researchers, students, and practitioners in the field. Our commitment to open access ensures that our research is accessible to a global audience, while adhering to the highest standards of ethical and scientific rigor. We strive to become a leading journal in the field of marine biology and to make a significant contribution to the advancement of our understanding of the marine environment.