Water Biology and Security

Open access

ISSN: 2772-7351

Water Biology and Security

Open access

Water Biology & Security is an open access journal publishing original, high-quality research on all aspects of water biology relating to aquatic organisms and water security. Manuscripts should p...

Water Biology & Security is an open access journal publishing original, high-quality research on all aspects of water biology relating to aquatic organisms and water security. Manuscripts should present high-impact, cutting-edge research, new discoveries or developments with global impact. Following a rigorous peer-review process, manuscripts will be selected based on their broad interest to the field and their insightful and elegant conclusions/results. They will be presented using the highest-quality production standards. The aim of this journal is to provide maximum access to top aquatic science.

Scope includes, but is not limited to:

  • Basic biology of aquatic organisms
  • Genetics, cell biology and developmental biology of aquatic organisms
  • Aquatic biotechnology and aquaculture research
  • Physiology, pathology, immunology, and medicine research relating to aquatic organisms
  • Aquatic biodiversity and conservation research
  • Water ecology and environmental science research
  • Aquatic toxicology, pollution, water environment protection and ecological safety research
  • Multi-decadal studies of aquatic & marine ecosystems or biota
  • Research highlighting the effects of landscape and land use on water bodies
  • Research on springs, streams, rivers, lakes, reservoirs, wetlands, riparian zones, estuaries and marine systems
  • Aquatic product nutrition & safety
  • Water resource policy and management

Society affiliation

The Institute of Hydrobiology (IHB) is part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). It is the only comprehensive academic research institution in China that specialises in the study of life processes of inland aquatic organisms, ecological environment protection and use of biological resources. IHB aims to satisfy the country’s strategic de...

The Institute of Hydrobiology (IHB) is part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS). It is the only comprehensive academic research institution in China that specialises in the study of life processes of inland aquatic organisms, ecological environment protection and use of biological resources. IHB aims to satisfy the country’s strategic demands for water environment protection, sustainable development of fisheries and microalgal biotechnology. In addition, IHB endeavours to increase and extend the values created by these innovations and breakthroughs.http://ihb.cas.cn

Production of XX neo-male mandarin fish, Siniperca chuatsi, after sexual differentiation by oral administration of 17α-methyltestosterone

Urban development and industrialization impacts on semiaquatic bugs diversity: A case study in eastern Amazonian streams

Occurrence and risk assessment of triclosan in freshwater lakes in the middle Yangtze River basin (Wuhan, Central China)

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1. Current status of greenhouse gas emissions from aquaculture in China

2. Methodology for fish biodiversity monitoring with environmental DNA metabarcoding: The primers, databases and bioinformatic pipelines

3. Assemblage-based biomonitoring of freshwater ecosystem health via multimetric indices: A critical review and suggestions for improving their applicability

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News

Editor-in-Chief Dr. Robert Hughes receives the Award of Excellence from the American Fisheries Society

Water Biology and Security exhibits at I.S.River meeting and SIL 100

Water Biology and Security is now indexed in Scopus and DOAJ

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Call for papers

Mangrove ecosystems: importance, threats, research, policy, and conservation

Submissions close: 30 June 2023

Topic: One Health -- aquatic invasive species, diseases and food security

Submissions close: 30 June 2023

Topic: Fish microbiota research

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