Upcoming Issues


In general, the majority of each issue of Oceanography is devoted to invited articles related to the special-issue topic. However, the editorial staff also encourages unsolicited manuscripts on other oceanography themes for consideration and publication under the Regular Features banner. For more information on how to submit a manuscript please visit our Author Guidelines page.

If you would like to get a special issue of Oceanography on the schedule, please follow the steps outlined on this page.

 

Volume 37

GEOTRACES at Twenty

Guest Editors
•  Tim Conway, University of South Florida
•  Jessica Fitzsimmons, Texas A&M University
•  Hélène Planquette, University of Brest
•  Taryn Noble, University of Tasmania
•  Rob Middag, NIOZ

 

Sea Grant: Science Serving America’s Coastlines and People

Guest Editors
• Mike Allen
Mona Behl
• Rebecca Briggs
• Kristen Fussell
• Brita Jessen
• Sarah Kolesar
• Ian Miller
• Stephanie Otts

 

Near-Inertial Shear and Kinetic Energy in the North Atlantic Experiment (NISKINe)

Guest Editors
Leif Thomas, Stanford University
Jen MacKinnon, Scripps Insitution of Oceanography
Harper Simmons, University of Washington
Emily Shroyer, Office of Naval Research
Lou St. Laurent, Univesity of Washington

 

A Vision for Capacity Sharing in the Ocean Sciences

Guest Editors
Brian Arbic, University of Michigan
• Frank Muller-Karger, University of South Florida
• Digna Rueda Roa, University of South Florida
• Judith Gobin, The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago
• Aileen Tan Shau Hwai, School of Biological Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia
• Nubi Olubunmi, Nigerian Institute for Oceanography & Marine Research
• José Muehlbert, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande and the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania
• Nicolas Moity, Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galápagos islands and the School of Environmental Sciences, Ulster University
• Johanna Diwa, IOC/UNESCO

 

Frontiers in Ocean Observing

Theme 1. Model-Based Design and Evaluation of Observing Networks
Theme 2. The Use of Autonomous Tools for Ecosystem Managemetn and Monitoring of Marine Protected Areas 
Theme 3. Western Boundary Currents and Their Impact on Shelf Seas 
Theme 4. Robot-Enabled Access to the Deep Sea 
Theme 5: Low-Cost Technology for an Accessible Deep Ocean  

For more information, go to the Ocean Observing page.