Marine Biological Journal
Marine Biological Journal is an open access, peer reviewed (double-blind) journal. The journal publishes original articles as well as reviews and brief reports and notes focused on new data of theoretical and experimental research in the fields of marine biology, diversity of marine organisms and their populations and communities, patterns of distribution of animals and plants in the World Ocean, the results of a comprehensive studies of marine and oceanic ecosystems, anthropogenic impact on marine organisms and on the ecosystems.
Intended audience: biologists, hydrobiologists, ecologists, radiobiologists, biophysicists, oceanologists, geographers, scientists of other related specialties, graduate students, and students of relevant scientific profiles.
Vol 3 № 2 2018: Marine Biological Journal
Evolutionary ecology of water animals: concept, subject, experience for application in the analysis of breeding systems
On finding of Monocorophium insidiosum Crawford, 1937 (Amphipoda, Corophiidae) in the coastal waters of Crimea (Black Sea), a new species for this region
Biogeochemical characteristics of the Sevastopol Bay sedimentation self-purification from radionuclides, mercury and chlorogenic contaminants
Role of abiotic and biotic factors in formation of the seasonal variability of bioluminescence fields in the Sea of Azov
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