1st INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON
SUSTAINABLE AQUATIC RESEARCH
How sustainable is sustainable living without sustainable aquatic research?
We know that achieving “sustainable life will be possible with sustainable aquatic research”. For this reason, all scientific research that will be performed by placing aquatic research at the center of science is essential for the continuation of all living and non-living existence on our planet
Our symposium, “1st International Symposium on Sustainable Aquatic Research“, which aims to contribute to raising awareness for sustainable life by bringing sustainable aquatic research together, will be held in Izmir Turkey with hosting Dokuz Eylul University.
It is time to take action in sustainable aquatic research…
TIME LEFT TO THE SYMPOSIUM
|DEADLINE FOR EARLY REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT||30th March 2023|
|LATE REGISTRATION FROM||1st April 2023|
|DEADLINE FOR ABSRACT SUBMISSION||30th June 2023|
|DEADLINE FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF ACCEPTED NOTIFICATIONS||30th August 2023|
|DETAILED PROGRAMME||30th September 2023|
|SYMPOSIUM DATES||24-27 October 2023|
Journal of "Sustainable Aquatic Research (SAquaRes)"
“Sustainable life in the world will be realized with sustainable aquatic research.”
Sustainable Aquatic Research (SAquaRes) is a publishing organization established to serve all researchers who contribute today and in the future to the idea of placing sustainable aquatic research at the center of science.
SAquaRes, e-ISSN: 2822-4140, publishes peer-reviewed original research articles, short communications, technical notes, letters to the editor, and reviews on aquatic sciences that are disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary. It is primarily focused on the research on aquatic sustainability.
Marine Reports publishes peer-reviewed original research articles, short communications, technical notes, letters to the Editor with innovative opinion and visions for the future, and critical review articles enlightening scientific understanding of the marine system with wide aspects in environment, biology, fisheries, aquaculture, and human interactions and contributions from all over the World.