Ecological Safety of Coastal and Shelf Zones of Sea
Peer reviewed scientific journal.
Ecological Safety of Coastal and Shelf Zones of Sea (rus. «Экологическая безопасность прибрежной и шельфовой зон моря») Journal succeeds collection of research papers Ecological Safety of Coastal and Shelf Zones of Sea published from 1999 and up to 2014 named Ecological Safety of Coastal and Shelf Zones and Comprehensive Use of Shelf Resources (rus. «Экологическая безопасность прибрежной и шельфовой зон и комплексное использование ресурсов шельфа»).
The Journal was founded by academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Dr.Sci. (Phys.-Math.), professor, director of the Marine Hydrophysical Institute (2000–2014) Vitaliy A. Ivanov, who was the Journal's editor-in-chief for over 20 years.
In 2018, collection of research papers Ecological Safety of Coastal and Shelf Zones of Sea was transformed into a same-named scientific journal.
Ecological Safety of Coastal and Shelf Zones of Sea Journal publishes results of research performed by Russian and foreign scientific organizations in coastal and shelf zones of seas and oceans in the following main fields:
The research outcome is information about state, variability and possible effects of anthropogenic activities in coastal and shelf zones of sea as well as means allowing doing calculations and providing informational support to make decisions on performing works in a coastal area.
The editorial board provides peer review (single blind) of all submitted articles. All reviewers are qualified professionals in the corresponding area. The editorial board retains reviews for 5 years. The editors send copies of the peer review reports to the authors and in case of a corresponding request to the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
Founder and publisher:
Federal State Budget Scientific Institution Federal Research Centre “Marine Hydrophysical Institute of RAS” (2 Каpitanskaya St., 299011, Sevastopol, Russian Federation)
The Journal is registered by the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology, and Mass Media (registration number ПИ № ФС77-73714 of 21 September 2018)
Editorial board's address:
2 Каpitanskaya St., 299011, Sevastopol, Russian Federation
+ 7 (8692) 545716 – Yuri N. Goryachkin, Editor-in-Chief, Chief Research Associate of the Shelf Hydrophysics Department of FSBSI FRC MHI RAS, Dr.Sci. (Geogr.)
+ 7 (8692) 540180 – Tatiyana V. Khmara, Executive Editor, Junior Research Associate of the Shelf Hydrophysics Department of FSBSI FRC MHI RAS
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Publication frequency: quarterly.
Ecological Safety of Coastal and Shelf Zones of Sea is on the LIST of peer reviewed academic journals of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Federation, where one may publish main research results of a Ph.D. thesis in the following field:
25.00.28 – Oceanology (geographical sciences)
25.00.28 – Oceanology (physical and mathematical sciences)
25.00.29 – Atmosphere and Hydrosphere Physics (physical and mathematical sciences)
25.00.35 – Geoinformatics (geographical sciences)
25.00.36 – Geoecology (by fields) (geographical sciences)
The Journal is indexed in and reposited at:
Journal Coverage: The Russian Federation, other countries.
Publication Languages: Russian, English.
Subscription is taken at post offices according to the catalogue of AO Agentstvo “Rospechat”. Subscription index: 93635.
The editorial board provides neither chargeable nor agent services. The Journal does not work with agents. Only authors themselves may submit articles. The authors pay no fee. Acceleration of article publication is not available.
The editorial board does not consider manuscripts that have been simultaneously submitted to any other journals. Nor does it consider papers, a significant part of which has already been published as an article or part of another paper. In case the above mentioned situation has been revealed after publication, the editorial board will be compelled to retract the article.