African Journal of Fisheries Science

About this Journal                                            

 Aims and scope

African Journal of Fisheries Science is a peer-reviewed, open access journal devoted to the publication of research in all aspects of fisheries science, both fresh water and marine. The journal publishes high-quality peer-reviewed papers relevant to the central theme of fisheries science and aquacultureThe journal also aims to address the needs of researchers working and studying within the many varied areas of fisheries and aquatic sciences. The journal is especially helpful to young professionals who are embarking on their scientific and writing careers in fisheries and aquaculture. Research papers on fisheries and fishery-related subjects will be considered for publication. AJFS welcomes articles which draw on the disciplines of limnology, oceanography, freshwater biology, marine biology, conservation, ecology, population dynamics, economics, management to attempt to provide an integrated picture of fisheries as well as environmental, biological, economic and social science aspects of living marine resources, biodiversity and ecosystems. It also welcomes inter-disciplinary fishery-related papers and contributions of general applicability. Also, articles which cover all aspects of fisheries sciences, including fishing technology, fisheries management, sea foods, aquatic (both freshwater and marine) systems, aquaculture systems and health management, aquatic food resources from freshwater, brackish and marine environments and their boundaries, including the impact of human activities on these systems.  


Bibliographic information

ISSN: 2375-0715

DOI: 10.46882/AJFS


Open Access

  • All articles published by this journal are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication, without subscription charges or registration barriers.  Kindly visit these links for more information about our Copyright and Open Access Policy



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