Sustainable Marine Structures

ISSN: 2661-3158 (Online)

Sustainable Marine Structures aims to provides a medium for the publication of latest original research papers that offers a rapid review and publication that freely disseminates research findings in the areas of Marine Structures Mechanics, Coastal Monitoring and Forecasting and more.

The journal also focuses on the issues of limiting human-caused damage to marine ecosystems from the development of ocean and coastal areas and on the utilization and conservation of ocean resources.

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Naval Architecture
  • Ocean Sustainability
  • Marine Structures Design and Mechanics
  • Coastal Monitoring and Forecasting of Flood Risk Incidents including Coastal Erosion
  • Maritime Transport
  • Ocean Resources Utilization and Conservation
  • Ocean Space Utilization
  • Fluid-Structure Interaction
  • Oceanography
  • Deep-Sea Mining
  • Floating Body Dynamics
  • Materials for Ocean and Offshore Structures
  • Mega Structures in Marine Environment
  • Design of Submerged Bodies and Submarines 
  • High-Speed Crafts
  • Special Purpose Vessels
  • Marine Risers and Cables
  • Submersibles
  • Operations in Deep and Ultra Deep Waters
  • Wind Mill Structures in Marine Environment

Announcements

 

Call for papers!

 

Due to the COVID-19,we will provide the biggest discount for articles which will be published in this issue , that is, the Article Processing Charge is 400 USD.

At Bilingual Publishing CO., we strongly believe that the APC should not become a barrier in the publication process. A range of discounts or waivers are offered to authors coming from low-income countries or who are not able to cover the APC.
Author should submit a discount or waiver request during the submission of their article via separate email to the Managing Editor (nass-sms@nassg.org).

We will provide you with the high standards of publishing quality and the best service,welcome to submit your manuscript or email us for consultation .

 
Posted: 2020-12-22
 
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Vol 3, No 2 (2021)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Liana de Figueiredo Mendes, Patrícia Pinheiro Beck Eichler, Tatiana Leite, Ana Beatriz Alves Bennemann, Clara de Souza Melo, Andressa Lima Ferreira, Khalil Bow Ltaif Garcia, Luzia Liniane do Nascimento Silva, Christofer Paul Barker, Helenice Vital, Moab Praxedes Gomes, Priscila F. M. Lopes

Abstract: In 2019, an oil spill in Brazil, of unknown origin, severely impacted coastal environs with the worst environmental disaster ever recorded in any tropical coastal region globally severely damaging South Pirangi Reef area in the state of Rio Grande do Norte (RN). Here we discuss acute an...
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Chakraborty, B. K., Verma A. K., Muniya, S.

Abstract: Bangladesh is very rich in aquatic fauna with a biodiversity. The present study, conducted during 2015 to 2019, recorded a total number of 131 spe cies (104 fish, 09 prawn, 01 snail, 04 crabs, and 13 turtles) belonging to 26 families were identified from the Mogra River and its flood plain. Abo...
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Adeboyejo, O.A., Clarke, E.O., Hammed, A.M., Whenu, O.O., Abayomi, J.P., Olarewaju, O.M.

Abstract: A study on seasonal abundance, morphometric and meristic data, growth pattern, condition factor, sex ratio and gonadosomatic index of Liza falcipinnis (Valenciennes, 1836) from the Ojo axis of Badagry creek, Nigeria was conducted from May 2019 to March 2020. A total of 1012 species were randoml...
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Abdelaziz Mounir, Mohammed Znari, Hayat Elmghazl, Hassan Alahyane, Noreddine chouikh, Nawal Hichami

Abstract: This article summarizes the state of stocks of sardine, sardina pilchardus in Moroccan waters at the end of 2016 and 2018. These stocks varies according to the region,They are now in a sustainable exploitation situation:Atlantic sardine, but also stocks that have reached or are still in over-ex...
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Review

Luis Felipe Avilés-Ramírez, Joanna M. Ortiz-Alcantara, Ma. Leticia Arena-Ortiz

Abstract: Plastic pollution has become an urgent issue, since its invasion to every ecosystem has led to multiple impacts on the environment and human populations. Certain microbial strains and genera had shown the ability to biodegrade plastic sources under laboratory conditions. In this minireview, we co...
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