Special issue of Aquatic Living Resources on the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on the fisheries and aquaculture food systems - Submission deadline extended to 31 January 2022
- Published on 05 January 2022
We would like to remind colleagues of the opportunity to publish their work in a special issue of the journal Aquatic Living Resources on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on fisheries and aquaculture food systems.
Aquatic Living Resources joins the open access movement
- Published on 22 December 2021
EDP Sciences is pleased to announce that Aquatic Living Resources (ALR) will publish all articles open access from January 2022. For authors who submit their papers before 28 February 2022, special article processing charges (APCs) waivers are offered so that submission will be free of charge. ALR has been published by EDP Sciences since 2015 - online only since 2016 - and has offered a popular ‘Open Access Option’. Now, with a move to full open access, its published research will be more accessible than ever.
2020 Journal Impact Factor: Another increase for ALR
- Published on 26 July 2021
ALR – Aquatic Living Resources is pleased to share the good news that Journal Citation Reports™, released recently by Clarivate Analytics, show its 2020 Journal Impact Factor™ has increased by 84% from 1.026 to 1.885*. In addition, its current CiteScore is 2.3.
2019 Impact Factor: Another increase for Aquatic Living Resources
- Published on 20 July 2020
Aquatic Living Resources (ALR) is pleased to share the good news that the Journal Citation Reports®, announced recently by Clarivate Analytics, show its Impact Factor has increased by almost 19% to 1.026* in 2019, with a CiteScore of 1.9. The journal received 1,504 article citations over the course of 2019 and is now ranked 37/53 in the Fisheries category.
Impact Factor 2018: Aquatic Living Resources on the rise!
- Published on 30 September 2019
The latest Journal Citation Reports ® recently announced by Clarivate Analytics shows that Aquatic Living Resources' Impact Factor has increased to 0.864*. With 1,543 article citations in 2018, the journal’s Impact Factor has been rising continuously since 2016.
This confirms Aquatic Living Resources' position as an important voice in the discipline as it grows readership by publishing reviews, articles and short notes on all aspects of living resources in marine, brackish and freshwater environments.
Click here to read the journal or to submit a paper.
*2019 release of Journal Citation Reports®. Source: 2018 Web of Science Data
Restoring biodiversity by bringing back native European oysters and their rich species communities
- Published on 06 June 2019
Oyster reefs are among the most endangered marine habitats on earth and restoration projects are gaining momentum in Europe.
The open access review article "The Native Oyster Restoration Alliance (NORA) and the Berlin Oyster Recommendation: Bringing back a key ecosystem engineer by developing and supporting best practice in Europe" presents relevant recommendations for the implementation of restoration measures and provides a synthesis of current European projects.
“The native European Oyster Ostrea edulis once covered vast areas of the open North Sea and other European coastal waters. As an ecosystem engineer it built biogenic reefs and played a key ecological role for the wider ecosystem by providing many essential ecosystem services.”
NORA represents nature conservation, science, oyster growers and other stakeholders and will facilitate knowledge exchange for the benefit of enhancing biodiversity. The network was established in 2017, during an international workshop on oyster restoration in Berlin. Its second conference was held at the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 21-23 May 2019 , with over 140 participants.
Aquatic Living Resources is a peer-reviewed journal which publishes original research papers, review articles and prospective notes dealing with all exploited (i.e. fished or farmed) living resources in marine, brackish and freshwater environments. Visit Aquatic Living Resources online to read the instructions for authors and submit your paper; sign up for email-alerts or to recommend the journal to a colleague.
Aquatic Living Resources: rise in the Impact Factor (June 2016)
- Published on 21 June 2016
The latest Journal Citation Reports® recently announced by Thomson Reuters shows that Aquatic Living Resources's Impact Factor is now 1.327*.
This confirms Aquatic Living Resources position's as an important voice in the discipline as it grows readership by publishing reviews, articles and short notes on all aspects of living resources in marine, brackish and freshwater environments.
Click here to read the journal or to submit a paper.*2016 Release of Journal Citation Reports. Source: 2015 Web of Science Data
Aquatic Living Resources will move to online-only publication at the start of 2016 (October 2015)
- Published on 13 October 2015
EDP Sciences is pleased to announce that Aquatic Living Resources will move to online-only publication from the beginning of 2016.
EDP Sciences is always considering ways to best serve their partners to reflect the needs of the readers of their journals and the libraries that subscribe to them. In recent years, it has become clear that the demand of the market is moving rapidly towards the electronic edition of journals, with the print version becoming less important.
Electronic management of manuscripts for Aquatic Living Resources (April 2015)
- Published on 13 April 2015
ALR is happy to announce that electronic submission of papers is now available via the widely used Editorial Manager system.
This change of the submission process will facilitate access to manuscripts by authors, reviewers and members of the Editorial Board, and will lead to a smoother reviewing process.
Aquatic Living Resources transitioning from CUP to EDP Sciences for 2015 (December 2014)
- Published on 28 November 2014
EDP Sciences is pleased to announce that hosting and distribution of Aquatic Living Resources, previously managed by Cambridge University Press (CUP), will transition to EDP Sciences for direct management from 2015 onwards.
Better services for customers and more integrated content
We feel that EDP Sciences can offer our customers a better service by integrating these journals into our wider portfolio. EDP Sciences has been investing in its platform and innovating with technology; we’re also keen to build more direct relationships within our communities. It just makes sense for us to manage the hosting and distribution of all our journals – together in one place – so our customers have a seamless experience of accessing all the content that we provide.
For further information
Please visit: http://publications.edpsciences.org/journals-transfer