Journal of Fisheries Research: Highlights


Journal of Fisheries Research: Highlights

Journal of Fisheries Research is successfully running in the 3rd Volume which covers a wide variety of specialties including Fishing technology, Fisheries science, Fisheries management, Aquaculture, Fishery Biology, Fish farming Water pollution, Fish Feed Technologies, Aquaculture Practices, Marine Food, Fish Production, Tropical Aquaculture and Fisheries, Marine biology, Marine biotechnology, Fishery economics, Fisheries and pollution, Fish vaccines, Fisheries medicines, and Fish genetics and genome.

The Journal emphasizes high-level research and education. Original research articles, reviews, short communications, and letters to the editors in the fields of fish research are welcome. Every effort is made to have a speedy and critical peer-review process.

About our Current issue:

We have released our current in last month.  Article is submitted by eminent authors related to various countries. These articles are related to different topics:

Structural Variables of Macrozoobenthos during Stabilization and Increase of The Small Aral Seas Level (1996-2008): The purpose of this work was to study the macrozoobenthos of the Small Aral Sea in the period from 1996 to 2008, which was characterized by stabilization and then by a steady increase in the water level and decrease in water salinity. Samples of macrozoobenthos were taken in the Small Aral Sea using a grid of 20 stations. During the study period, the average salinity of water varied from 6.3% to 19.0%. 10 taxa were identified in the benthic community.

Assessment of catch composition and economic analysis of monofilament and multifilament under-meshed gears (Ngongongo) at Likoma Island, Lake Malawi: The study was conducted to assess catch composition and economic analysis of monofilament and multifilament under-meshed gillnets (Ngongongo) from March to April 2018 at Likoma Island, Lake Malawi.

Economics of Value Addition in Fish in Manipur State of India: Empirical Analysis: Fishery is a significant sector of the Indian economy from the point of view of food supplies, foreign exchange and also for its potential to generate employment. The North Eastern (NE) region of India has been recognized as a global hot spot of fresh water bodies. The annual growth rate of fish production in NE India registered a positive growth over the years indicating a healthy trend.

Effect of apple pomace powder on the quality attributes of fish fingers: The present study was undertaken to evaluate the effect of different levels of apple pomace powder (APP) on the quality characteristics of fish fingers. The apple pomace powder was incorporated at four different levels viz 0, 2.5, 4.5, and 6.5 percent, replacing fish meat in the formulation.

We are pleased to inform you that the Journal of Fisheries Research is under process of accepting the articles from the experts in this field. Authors can directly submit the article through online link.

With best Regards,

Anna D Parker

Editorial Assistant

Journal of Fisheries Research