Aquatic Biology Research


Aims & Scope

Aquatic Biology Research is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of fresh-, brackish- and marine biology and ecosystems.

Articles with new approaches or perspectives in the field of biochemistry, genetics, pathology, toxicology and the development of aquatic living plants and animals are warmly welcomed. Aquatic Biology Research also concerns study of aquatic ecosystems from the perspective of hazard evaluation or aquaculture production, including economic aspects.

Topics of Interest such as:

  • Aquatic plant growth dynamics
  • Telemetry to monitor fish movement
  • Benthic invertebrate populations
  • Wetland insects
  • Fish assemblages in bog streams and ditches
  • Effects of acid precipitation on aquatic systems
  • Energy and carbon flow in wetlands
  • Parasitology of fish and crayfish
  • Fish health related to watershed development
  • Degradation of water quality by urban
  • storm-sewer run-off
  • Restoration of shoreline vegetation
  • Invasions of exotic species
  • Mussel and spiny water flea
  • Cultural eutrophication (human-caused nutrient enrichment of lakes)

Latest Articles

abr - 2014 Volume 2, Number 3

Bacteriological and Mineral contents of Water Samples from Roadside Hand-Dug Well in Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria

Author(s):  A. T. Odeyemi,  A. A. Adebayo,  O. M. Adeosun,  S. S. Ajayi
doi: 10.12966/abr.08.01.2014, August 2014, v.2, p. 43-54

Bacteriological and Physicochemical Studies of Sachet Water in Locations at Ado–Ekiti, Ekiti State

Author(s):  C. R. Falegan,  A. T. Odeyemi,  L. P. Ogunjobi
doi: 10.12966/abr.08.02.2014, August 2014, v.2, p. 55-61