Aims & Scope


SUSTAINABLE AQUATIC RESEARCH (SAquaRes) aims to play an important role in advancing and  understanding of aquatic sustainability. The most important aim of SAquares is “to put the research on aquatic sustainability at the focus of science. Sustainable life in the world will be realized with a sustainable aquatic ecosystem."


The scope of SAquaRes includes papers from non-traditional scientific areas such as sustainability science, social-ecological systems, ornamental, conservation, and restoration, and also the traditional priorities of its sections related to aquatic environments (the list below is given in alphabetical order):

  • Alternate Aquatic Energy Technologies
  • Aquatic Sustainability
  • Aquaculture and Fisheries
  • Aquatic Environmental Interactions
  • Aquatic biochemistry
  • Aquaculture and environment
  • Aquaculture and risk assessment
  • Aquatic ecotoxicology
  • Aquatic living resources
  • Aquatic Biofuels
  • Aquatic Biotechnology
  • Climate Change and global warming
  • Coastal Zone Management
  • Ecofriendly aquaculture studies
  • Environmental impacts of aquaculture
  • Fish Health and Welfare
  • Human and Environmental Risk Assessment
  • Hydrology and Water Resources
  • Impacts of global environmental changes 
  • Innovative livestock and farming systems
  • Marine and Freshwater Biology
  • Marine and Freshwater Pollution
  • Seafood Quality and Safety
  • Sustainable and Renewable Resources
  • Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystem
  • Sustainability assessment and design of aquacultural systems and decision support tools
  • Water Quality and Pollution
  • Wastewater Treatment
  • And more research focused on sustainability                                                                                             

The subjects that make up the scope of SaquaRes have been carefully selected to serve its purpose, and have been designed with the thought that they will contribute to more sustainable life on our planet.

“Sustainable life will be possible with sustainable aquatic research”.