Current Issue: Biofouling

Great progress has been made in understanding the fundamental interactions that occur for many of the organisms that form part of the “slime” that is biofouling. Real progress has been made in understanding the chemistry of how organisms attach to surfaces, and in underwater adhesives in general at the molecular level. [Dr. Timothy Sullivan, Guest Editor]

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Ocean Mapping Papers

The JOT production team invites the submission of technical papers that describe cutting edge research related to ocean mapping for its fall 2015 issue. 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 and must be submitted no later than June 1, 2015. All peer-reviewed papers in the JOT are open access.