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ObjectiveBotanica Marina publishes high-quality contributions from all of the disciplines of marine botany at all levels of biological organisation from subcellular to ecosystem: chemistry and applications, genomics, physiology and ecology, phylogeny and biogeography. Research involving global or interdisciplinary interest is especially welcome. Applied science papers are appreciated, particularly when they illustrate the application of emerging conceptual issues or promote developing technologies. The journal invites state-of-the art reviews dealing with recent developments in marine botany.
Call for Papers
Botanica Marina Special Issue "Phylogeny and Ecology of Ulva"
Guest Editors: Sophie Steinhagen (University of Gothenburg, Sweden) and Jonas Blomme (Ghent University, Belgium)
The Special Issue on Ulva aims to combine relevant scientific work on this important genus of green algae, ranging from species specific ecological traits to detailed phylogenetic aspects and case studies. Contributions on both basic and applied aspects are welcome. More details can be found here. The submission deadline is May 31, 2023.
Article formatsReviews, research articles, short communications
Since its founding in 1959, Botanica Marina has been published by De Gruyter.
Other publications in the fieldClimate Change and Marine and Freshwater ToxinsMarine and Freshwater Botany
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Editor-in-ChiefMatthew J. Dring (Belfast/Portaferry, Northern Ireland)Associate EditorsRoger Huerlimann (Townsville, Australia)Ka-Lai Pang (Keelung, Taiwan)Thomas Wichard (Jena, Germany) Editorial BoardCharles D. Amsler (Birmingham, USA)Inka Bartsch (Bremerhaven, Germany)John A. Berges (Milwaukee, USA)Sung Min Boo (Daejeon, Korea)Pilar Díaz-Tapia (A Coruña, Spain)Jeffrey L. Gaeckle (Olympia, USA)Catriona Hurd (Hobart, Australia)James E. Kaldy (Newport, USA)Frithjof C. Küpper (Aberdeen, Scotland, UK)Gavin W. Maneveldt (Bellville, South Africa)Narongrit Muangmai (Bangkok, Thailand)Shaojun Pang (Qingdao, China)Michel Poulin (Ottawa, Canada)Dagmar Stengel (Galway, Ireland)Michael J. Wynne (Ann Arbor, USA)Editorial OfficeGunda StöberDe GruyterGenthiner Str. 1310785 Berlin, GermanyTel. +49-30-26005-279E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org