Types of Paper
Original research papers; review articles; short communications; letters to the editor. Original research papers; original full-length research papers which have not been published previously and should not exceed 7500 words or 25 manuscript pages (including tables and illustrations). Review articles; on topical subjects and up to 10,000 words or 25 manuscript pages (including tables and figures). Short communications; describing work that may be of a preliminary nature (preferably no more than 3000 or 10 manuscript pages including tables and figures). Letters to the Editor; should be included on matters of topical interest and not exceeding 2000 words or 10 manuscript pages including tables and figures)
Preparation of Manuscripts
Papers must be written in English or Turkish. Prepare your text using a word-processing software and save in “.doc” or “.docx” formats. Use a 12-point font (Times New Roman), including the references, table headings and figure captions, double-spaced and with 25 mm margins on one side of A4 size paper throughout the manuscript. Use 25 mm margins on all sides. The text should be in single-column format and the as simple as possible and double-spaced with wide margins on one side of white paper. In particular, do not use to hyphenate words. The names of genera and species should be given in italics and, when first mentioned in the text, should be followed by the authority. Manuscripts must be structured in the following order;
· Author names, ORCID ID and affiliations
· Corresponding author’s e-mail
· Title without Author’s information (***both English and Turkish titles are required for Turkish articles)
· Abstract (***both English and Turkish abstracts are required for Turkish articles)
· Material and Methods
· Results and Discussion (*** This section may be divided by subheadings or may be combined depending upon the nature of manuscript and the type of study.
· Acknowledgement (if required)
Tables and Figures with captions (on appropriate location in the text)
And appendices (if any).
The title page should be included;
· The first names and surnames of the authors (The corresponding author should be identified with an asterisk. All other Authors affiliation addresses should be identified with superscript Arabic numbers
· ORCID ID
· Authors affiliation addresses of the each authors
· The e-mail address of the corresponding author
· Abstract (max. 500 words. References and abbreviations should be avoided)
· Keywords (between 3 and 6 keywords)
· Articles must be structured in the conventional format such as Introduction, Material and Methods, Results, Discussion (or Results and Discussion), Conclusion, Acknowledgments and References.
· The first line of each paragraph must be indent. Do not put a blank line between paragraphs.
· Use italics for emphasis.
· Use only SI (international system) units.
Keep these to the absolute minimum and placed before the reference section.
Citation in text; Please ensure that each reference cited in the text is also present in the reference list. Cite literature in the text in chronological, followed by alphabetical order like these examples (Şimşek, 2018; Şimşek and Demirci, 2018; Şimşek et al., 2018. For Turkish articles; Şimşek, 2018; Şimşek ve Demirci, 2018; Şimşek ve ark., 2018). If the cited reference is the subject of a sentence, only the date should be given in parentheses. Formatted like this examples: Kale (2012); Can and Yılmaz (2014); Kılıç et al. (2019)
· Single author: the author’s name and the year of publication;
· Two authors: both author’s names and the year of publication;
· Three or more authors: first author’s name followed by et al. and the year of publication
Citation in the reference list; References should be listed first alphabetically and then further sorted chronologically at the end of the article. More than one reference from the same author(s) in the same year must be identified by the letters a, b, c, etc. placed after the year of publication.
The citation of articles, books, multi-author books and articles published online should conform to the following examples:
Demirci, A. (2007). The evaluation of a red shrimp Plesionika martia (Decapoda: Pandalidae) in North-East Mediterranean Trawl Fishery. Ege Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 24(1): 93-96.
Şimşek, E. & Demirci, A. (2018). Barotrauma treatment effects on survival rates for some discarded fish by trawl fishery. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin, 27(7): 4867-4873.
Demirci, S., Özyılmaz, A., Öksüz, A., Nadir, R. S. & Şimşek, E. (2018). Otolith chemistry of Champsodon nudivittis (Ogilby, 1895) and Nemipterus randalli (Russell, 1986) in Iskenderun Bay, Turkey. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 34(5): 1131-1135.
Brown, C., Laland, K. & Krause, J. (Eds.) (2011). Fish cognition and behavior. 2nd ed. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. 472 p.
Langston, W. J. (1990). Toxic effects of metals and the incidence of marine ecosystems. In: Furness, R.W. (eds.), Rainbow heavy metals in the marine environment. CRC Pres., New York. p. 102-122.
Vassallo, A.I. & Mora, M.S. (2007). Interspecific scaling and ontogenetic growth patterns of the skull in living and fossil ctenomyid and octodontid rodents (Caviomorpha: Octodontoidea). In: Kelt, D.A., Lessa, E., Salazar-Bravo, J.A., Patton, J.L. (eds.), The Quintessential Naturalist: Honoring the Life and Legacy of Oliver P. Pearson. 1st ed. Berkeley, CA, USA: University of California Press, 945-968.
Thesis and Dissertation:
Şimşek, E. (2018). Trol balıkçılığında ıskartanın yaşama ihtimalini etkileyen faktörlerin analizi. Doktora tezi, İskenderun Teknik Üniversitesi, Hatay, Türkiye, 101 s.
Şimşek, E. (2018). Analysis of the factors affecting the discard fate for trawl fishery. Ph. D. Thesis, Iskenderun Technical University, Hatay, Turkey, 101 pp. (In Turkish).
Demirci, A., Şimşek E., Demirci, S., Akar, Ö. & Bayraktar, O. (2018). Recreational fishing competitions in Turkey. International Ecology 2018 Symposium, Kastamonu, Turkey Proceedings Book, 505-506.
FAO, (2016). The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture: Contributing to food security and nutrition for all. Rome. 200 pp.
FAO, (2018). Report of the ninth session of the Sub-Committee on Aquaculture. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report No. 1188. Rome, Italy.
Froese, R. & Pauly, D. (Eds.) (2018). FishBase. World Wide Web electronic publication. Retrieved on January 11, 2018 from http://www.fishbase.org.
Tables, numbered in Arabic, should be on the appropriate location in the text with a short descriptive title at the top. Place footnotes to tables below the table body and indicate them with superscript lowercase letters (or asterisks for significance values and other statistical data). Avoid vertical rules. The data presented in tables do not duplicate results described elsewhere in the article.
All illustrations should be labeled ‘Figure’ and numbered in consecutive Arabic numbers, Figure 1, Figure 2 etc. in the text. If panels of a figure are labeled (a , b, etc.) use the same case when referring to these panels in the text. Drawings reproduced with a high quality laser printer are preferred. Photographs, 1f used, should be of good contrast and printed on glossy paper. Figures, which are recommended for electronic formats such as PNG, JPEG. TIFF (min. 300 dpi) should be also arranged in available dimensions. All figures or tables should be presented in the body of the text. Use the Times New Roman font for all figures and tables. Font sizes should be from 9 to 12 points.