eISSN 1947-573X
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Editors
Antonio Pusceddu (Oceanography)
Nico Salmaso (Limnology)


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Advances in Oceanography and Limnology (AIOL Journal) is the official publication of the Italian Association of Limnology and Oceanology (A.I.O.L.).

The AIOL Journal publishes original research articles and reviews on different topics and novel discoveries in the fields of limnology and oceanography. Papers may deal with different or single physical, chemical and biological aspects, including biomolecules, populations and communities, ecosystem functioning and interactions between global change and ecosystems. Environmental monitoring and studies of regional importance will be considered only if they contribute to the general advance of aquatic sciences. Multidisciplinary articles linking different scientific disciplines (e.g., community ecology and metabolomic/toxicology, ecology and phylogenetic, water quality and economy…) are equally considered. Particularly welcomed are studies focusing on marine and freshwater ecosystems.

Two regular issues of the Advances in Oceanography and Limnology are published each year. In addition, Special Issues and Proceedings that focus on topics that are timely and of interest to a significant number of aquatic scientists are published. From 2010 to 2014, previous issues of the AIOL Journal have been published by T&F.

This journal does not apply charge for publication to Authors as it is supported by institutional funds.

The Advances in Oceanography and Limnology joins ReviewerCredits

2019-07-05

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Starting from July 4th, reviewers for the Advances in Oceanography and Limnology will be able to automatically register their completed reviews on ReviewerCredits through a dedicated plugin and obtain recognition and reward for their activity. Mr. Moscato, PAGEPress CEO, says “Reviewers are the driving force behind our journals: we are extremely grateful to their valuable input towards our papers. I believe ReviewerCredits will enhance their value by recognizing their activity, not only as reviewers but also as conference speakers, at the same time enabling them to have a tangible value for their hard work”.

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Vol 10 No 1 (2019)

Published: 2019-05-27

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