Journal of marine science research & development is one among the best top peer-reviewed journals in the world. The journal covers the whole field of Ocean Currents and marine studies. The study mainly focuses on Earth science that studies the oceans and seas. It covers a wide range of topics, including marine organisms and ecosystem dynamics, ocean currents, waves, and geology of the sea floor. Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development illustrates the diverse topics including geology of sea floor, reflects multiple disciplines that ensures oceanographers to further interpret the processes with the world ocean
Ocean current is any more or less permanent or continuous, directed movement of ocean water that flows in one of the Earth's oceans. Ocean currents are mainly generated from the forces acting upon the water like the earthâs rotation and the moons gravitation forces. Ocean currents flow for thousands of kilometers which help in determining the climate of the continents. A part of oceanography is the science studying ocean currents.
Ocean currents can together create the great flow of the global conveyor belt which plays a dominant part in determining the climate of many of the Earthâs positions.
Ocean currents occur through vertical or horizontal movement of both surface and deep water throughout the worldâs oceans. Currents normally move in a specific direction and aid significantly in the circulation of the Earthâs moisture, the resultant weather, and water pollution. These currents, which flow under the surface of the ocean and are thus hidden from immediate detection, are called submarine rivers.
Oceanic currents are mainly found all over the globe and vary in size to size and strength. Some of the more prominent currents include the California and Humboldt Currents in the Pacific, the Gulf Stream and Labrador Current in the Atlantic, and the Indian Monsoon Current in the Indian Ocean. These are just a sampling of the seventeen major surface currents found in the worldâs oceans.
OMICS journals follow single-blind reviewing process, in which the reviewer is obscure to the author, but the identity of the author is known to the reviewer.An editorial board asks subject experts to review, assess and evaluate submitted articles before accepting them for publication in a scholarly journal. Submissions are evaluated using criteria such as the originality of the work, excellence, novelty and significance of the research or thoughts and respect for copy rights. Scholarly open access journals use this peer review process to ensure and maintain the quality of material they publish and for their scholastic notoriety.
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Last date updated on June, 2014