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Journal of Marine Biology and Aquatic Research
Journal of Marine Biology and Aquatic Research (JMBAR) is a peer-reviewed, international journal that aims to addresses specifically research and reference needs of all working and studying within the many varied areas of aquaculture. The Journal regularly publishes papers on scientific research relevant to freshwater, brackish, and marine aquaculture. The Journal covers all aquatic organisms, floristic and faunistic. The journal also includes review articles, short communications, technical papers and book reviews. Journal of Aquaculture original, high-quality papers related to all aspects of aquaculture.
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