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REGIONAL STUDIES IN MARINE SCIENCE will publish scientifically sound papers on regional aspects of maritime and marine resources in estuaries, coastal zones, continental shelf, the seas and oceans.
Papers published may include (but are not limited to):
• Studies of local interest and importance to the region
• Studies on regional marine biodiversity and fisheries resources
• Regional strategies and action plans for conservation of marine biodiversity and sustainable development
• Marine resources management including sustainable fisheries management and the selection and operation of marine protected areas
• Studies on chemical contaminants (e.g. pesticides, endocrine disrupting chemicals, and pharmaceutical and personal care chemicals) especially concerning food species
• Studies on the impacts of eutrophication, hypoxia and chemical contaminants on species important to the region, and their control/mitigation measures
• Pollution control and management
> • Economic and social impacts of marine pollution and/or coastal development to the region
• Strategies/impacts of wastewater effluent disposal and contaminated mud disposal
• Case histories of pollution control and management
• Environmental damage and compensation
• Regional experience in habitat restoration and mitigation after environmental perturbation
• Regional experience and strategies for sustainable development through achieving a balance between coastal development and environmental protection