Current Issue: Maritime Domain Awareness

The maritime domain or the oceans are critical to our survival and prosperity. Those who do not live in a coastal region have difficulty understanding the importance of our oceans and how the sea can impact them. This applies not only to Canadians but to the global community at large. This issue of the JOT will touch on how we view our oceans from a security, technology, space, and environment perspective. As you delve into this complex and complicated arena, I hope the information presented will allow you to pause and think about why our oceans are important to our health and well being, why we need to monitor activity on our oceans, and why we need to continue to research and better understand our oceans. [Guest Editor Gary Reddy]

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Call for Papers

The JOT production team invites the submission of technical papers that describe cutting edge research (themes and deadlines below). Papers should present the results of new (i.e., not previously published) research in ocean technology, science or engineering, and be no more than 7,500 words in length. All papers are subject to a rigorous peer-review process. All peer-reviewed papers in the JOT are open access.

Multipurpose offshore platforms - submit by August 28, 2015

Climate change - submit by December 5, 2015

Plastic oceans - submit by February 26, 2016

Maritime simulation - submit by May 30, 2016

Baited traps for fishing - submit by August 16, 2016

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