Reviews in Aquaculture
© 2013 Wiley Publishing Asia Pty Ltd
Edited By: Sena De Silva and Albert Tacon
Impact Factor: 2.32
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 6/50 (Fisheries)
Online ISSN: 1753-5131
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The primary aim of Reviews in Aquaculture is to provide a forum of reviews on developments in aquaculture techniques, policies and planning. The journal will publish fully peer-reviewed review articles, invited or otherwise, on major aspects pertaining to aquaculture... more.
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Move to Online Only publication
In 2012, Reviews in Aquaculture moved to online only publication, in trend with Wiley's path of digital transformation and investment in the customizable, technology-enabled products and services needed by our customers in the future.
The gradual migration of journals from print to online only is part of this transition, supporting investment in forward-looking innovation and building online communities for journal readers and our society partners.
Open Access Special Issue: LARVANET Reviews
The latest special issue of Reviews in Aquaculture is compiled from literature reviews prepared by Larvanet: a European network of researchers and producers aiming to advance the understanding of the biological mechanisms of fish larval growth, survival and normal development for the sake of improving the European aquaculture performance.
All the papers in this issue are available open access through funding from Larvanet - COST action FA0801 (EU RTD framework Programme, through European Science Foundation).
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Top cited papers
Read the most cited papers to date (published in 2010 and 2011)
Shrimp culture in inland low salinity waters
Luke A. Roy, D. Allen Davis, I. Patrick Saoud, Chris A. Boyd, Harvey J. Pine, Claude E. Boyd
Alien fish and crayfish species in Hellenic freshwaters and aquaculture
Costas Perdikaris, Evangelia Gouva, Ioannis Paschos
The first family-based breeding program in aquaculture
Effects of nutrition on larval growth and survival in bivalves
Robert Marshall, Scott McKinley, Christopher M. Pearce
Photothermal control of the reproductive cycle in temperate fishes
Neil Wang, Fabrice Teletchea, Patrick Kestemont, Sylvain Milla, Pascal Fontaine
Reviews in Aquaculture will be at the World Aquaculture conference in Adelaide, Australia, in 2014!