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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 40, No 3 (2018)

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Articles

Occurrence and ingestion of microplastics by zooplankton in Kenya’s marine environment: first documented evidence EMAIL FULL TEXT
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C Kosore, L Ojwang, J Maghanga, J Kamau, A Kimeli, J Omukoto, N Ngisiag’e, J Mwaluma, H Ong’ada, C Magori, E Ndirui 225-234
Evaluating the effects of catch-and-release angling on Cape stumpnose Rhabdosargus holubi in a South African estuary EMAIL FULL TEXT
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NK Arkert, A-R Childs, MC Parkinson, AC Winkler, E Butler, S Mannheim, WM Potts 235-244
Macroparasites of angelfish Brama brama (Bonnaterre, 1788) in the southern Benguela Current ecosystem EMAIL FULL TEXT
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AL Mackintosh, CC Reed, MAI Nunkoo, PH King, CD van der Lingen 245-252
Wintertime rates of net primary production and nitrate and ammonium uptake in the southern Benguela upwelling system EMAIL FULL TEXT
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RF Flynn, JM Burger, K Pillay, SE Fawcett 253-266
Effect of graded levels of dietary carbohydrate on growth, feed utilisation and intestinal microbial community structure in dusky kob Argyrosomus japonicus fed a pelleted diet EMAIL FULL TEXT
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NC Mabasa, PJ Britz, CLW Jones, A Nel 267-277
Assessment of the likely sensitivity to climate change for the key marine species in the southern Benguela system EMAIL FULL TEXT
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K Ortega-Cisneros, S Yokwana, W Sauer, K Cochrane, A Cockcroft, NC James, WM Potts, L Singh, M Smale, A Wood, G Pecl 279-292
Data-moderate assessments of Cape monkfish Lophius vomerinus and west coast sole Austroglossus microlepis in Namibian waters EMAIL FULL TEXT
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JN Kathena, A Kokkalis, MW Pedersen, JE Beyer, UH Thygesen 293-302
Socioeconomic dynamics of the Ghanaian tuna industry: a value-chain approach to understanding aspects of global fisheries EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E Drury O’Neill, NK Asare, DW Aheto 303-315
Quantifying the largest aggregation of giant trevally Caranx ignobilis (Carangidae) on record: implications for management EMAIL FULL TEXT
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R Daly, CAK Daly, RH Bennett, PD Cowley, MAM Pereira, JD Filmalter 315-321
Environmental responses of jellyfish polyps as drivers of medusa populations off the coast of Namibia EMAIL FULL TEXT
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L Ziegler, MJ Gibbons 323-329
Coral reefs of the Glorieuses Islands, western Indian Ocean EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M H Schleyer, L Bigot, Y Benayahu 331-339
CORRIGENDUM EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mike Schramm 341


ISSN: 1814-2338
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