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The African (formerly South African) Journal of Marine Science provides an international forum for the publication of original scientific contributions or critical reviews, involving oceanic, shelf or estuarine waters, inclusive of oceanography, studies of organisms and their habitats, and aquaculture. Papers on the conservation and management of living resources, relevant social science and governance, or new techniques, are all welcomed, as are those that integrate different disciplines. Priority will be given to rigorous, question-driven research, rather than descriptive research. Contributions from African waters, including the Southern Ocean, are particularly encouraged, although not to the exclusion of those from elsewhere that have relevance to the African context. Submissions may take the form of a paper or a short communication. The journal aims to achieve a balanced representation of subject areas but also publishes proceedings of symposia in dedicated issues, as well as guest-edited suites on thematic topics in regular issues.

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Vol 41, No 3 (2019)

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Articles

Can long-term content analysis of print media be used to examine species composition, population demography and changes in distributional range of recreational fishery species? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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W.M. Potts, T Jordan, A-R. Childs 231-245
Cranial variation in common dolphins Delphinus spp. off South Africa, with the inclusion of information from the holotype of Delphinus capensis EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S.G. Ngqulana, S Plön, A Galatius, P Pistorius, G.J.G. Hofmeyr 247-260
Prevalence of Kudoa thyrsites (Myxozoa) in South African sardine Sardinops sagax, kingklip Genypterus capensis, and Cape hakes Merluccius capensis and M. paradoxus EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S.S. Henning, M Krügel, M Manley 261-268
Comparative trophic ecology of Cape anchovy Engraulis encrasicolus and Natal anchovy Stolephorus holodon off South Africa’s east coast EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M Horton, C.D. van der Lingen 269-279
Evidence for multiple paternity and confirmation of an Indo-Pacific origin of blacktip shark Carcharhinus limbatus occurring in South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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A.E. Bester-van der Merwe, S.N. Maduna, K.L. Hull, J Bell, C Rossouw, S.P. Wintner 281-289
Patterns of juvenile reef-fish recruitment in Kenya’s shallow fringinglagoon reefs EMAIL FULL TEXT
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G.M. Okemwa, B Kaunda-Arara, E.N. Kimani 291-304
Smooth fan lobster Ibacus novemdentatus in the southwestern Indian Ocean: an overlooked fisheries resource? EMAIL FULL TEXT
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J.C. Groeneveld, L.D. Zacarias, S.P. Singh 305-312
Age, growth and per-recruit stock assessment of southern mullet Chelon richardsonii in Saldanha Bay and Langebaan Lagoon, South Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M Horton, D Parker, H Winker, S.J. Lamberth, K Hutchings, S.E. Kerwath 313-324
Localised intermittent upwelling intensity has increased along South Africa’s south coast due to El Niño–Southern Oscillation phase state EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M.I. Duncan, N.C. James, A.E. Bates, W.S. Goschen, W.M. Potts 325-330
New records of Planes crabs associated with sea turtles in Africa and adjacent waters EMAIL FULL TEXT
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J.B. Pfaller, A.N. Palau, P.D. Agamboué, M Barret, S Ciccione, G Cliff, A Formia, J.C. Manfoumbi, A Marco, G-P. Sounguet, A.D. Tucker 331-336


ISSN: 1814-2338
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