The ocean is the largest carbon reservoir on the earth, and it plays an essential role in carbon sequestration. Predicting and managing the carbon cycle requires a scientific understanding of marine resource management processes that control carbon uptake and storage. Many countries are actively developing marine resources, which has become a worldwide research hot topic. Meanwhile, marine resource management in the context of carbon neutrality has also attracted a lot of attention. Many relevant research methods are involved in the field of marine resource management for carbon neutrality, such as empirical analysis, evolutionary game, mathematical programming, policy analysis, qualitative study, case study, and so on. The Special Issue aims to collect relevant research and review articles in the field of marine resource management in the context of carbon neutrality.
Recommended topics include, but are not limited to:
- Carbon emission of marine industry
- Marine supply chain for carbon neutrality
- Marine carbon sink resource and emission flux
- Coastal multi-hazard prevention with carbon neutrality
- Spatial Planning Of Coastal Zone for carbon neutrality
- Carbon neutrality in sustainable development of islands
- Carbon neutrality in Shipping
Assoc. Prof. Xiao Wu, Ocean University of China, China
Assoc. Prof. Shuqing Yang, University of Wollongong, Australia
Prof. Defeng Wu, Jimei University, China
Assoc. Prof. Yaqing Shu, Wuhan University of Technology, China
Manuscript submission information:
Manuscripts will be subject to a rigorous review process under the supervision of the Guest Editors and Editor-in-Chief, and accepted papers will be published online before print publication. Regarding the submission guidelines and other details, authors should refer to the details on the journal website. Please make sure you indicate that your manuscript is for the "VSI: Marine Resource Management" when prompted in the submission portal.
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Final manuscript decision: No more than 6 months after submission.
Submission deadline: January 31, 2024
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