Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography

Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography





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Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography publishes topical issues from the many international and interdisciplinary projects which are undertaken in oceanography. Besides these special issues from projects, the journal publishes collections of papers presented at conferences. The special issues regularly have electronic annexes of non-text material (numerical data, images, images, video, etc.) which are published with the special issues in ScienceDirect. Deep-Sea Research Part II was split off as a separate journal devoted to topical issues in 1993. Its companion journal Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, publishes the regular research papers in this area.

AUTHORS PLEASE NOTE: the Editors cannot accept submissions that are not linked to a thematic issue. Please do not submit unsolicited papers. For information on how to submit a publication proposal for a special/thematic issue, you are cordially invited to contact Luaine Bandounas, Publishing editor Oceanography, e-mail: L.Bandounas@elsevier.com DSRII is moving to a new submission system called EVISE, however Special issues that are currently running in the old EES system will be handled in EES until completion. If you are submitting to one of the following special issues please click here to submit your paper through EES:

  1. Impacts of surface ocean acidification in polar seas and globally: a field-based approach
  2. Eddy-Pump: Pelagic processes along the eddying Antarctic Polar Front with influence on the carbon pump in the Atlantic Sector of the Southern Ocean
  3. Advances in deep-sea biology: biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and conservation
  4. SW Atlantic Deep-Sea Research: Results from Japanese-Brazilian "Iatá-Piuna" Expedition using submersible Shinkai 6500
  5. Organic carbon transfer and ecosystem functioning in the terminal lobes of the Congo Deep-sea fan: a multidisciplinary study
  6. Gulf of Alaska Integrated Ecosystem Research Program Volume II
  7. East Antarctic sea ice physics and ecosystem processes
  8. Variability and change in the interdisciplinary marine system of Marguerite Bay, West Antarctic Peninsula
  9. Current Status of the East/Japan Sea Ecosystem in a changing world
  10. Future of oceanic animals in a changing ocean
  11. The Hanna Shoal Ecosystem of the Northeastern Chukchi Shelf

If you are submitting to the following special issue please submit your paper via EVISE:
  1. Studies of the California Current System

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Physical, Chemical and Biological Oceanographers, Marine Sedimentologists, Geologists and Geochemists, Marine Biologists and Ecologists.

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Editor: John Milliman Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, VA, USA, Founder Editor: M. Sears
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