Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences (IJMS)

Started in 1972, this (Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences: IJMS; Indian J Geo-Mar Sci) multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed monthly periodical is devoted to the publication of communications relating to various facets of research in Marine sciences. The articles should contribute significantly to physical oceanography including climate change; chemical oceanography including marine pollution; biological oceanography including aquatic biology and fisheries; geological oceanography including geochemistry, micropalaeontology, marine archaeology and marine geotechniques; satellite oceanography; and marine instrumentation/engineering and naval architecture. For more details on subject areas please visit here. Therefore, original research, review articles and book reviews of general significance to marine sciences excluding core geo-sciences which are written clearly and well organized will be given preference. Authors are required to read the ‘Instruction to Authors’ guidelines thoroughly before preparing the manuscript. Impact Factor of IJMS is 0.328 (JCR 2019).

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Vol 50, No 01 (2021): Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences (IJMS)

Table of Contents

Research papers

Low contrast detection factor based contrast enhancement and restoration for underwater images

Bindhu, A ; Maheswari, O Uma 7-13
Beach classifications in response to south-west monsoon waves: A case study
Shamji, V R 14-20
Remediation of diesel contaminated sediments by worms (Perinereis sp.) bioturbation
Xin, Z ; Xianbin, L ; Wenbo, Z ; Bo, Y 21-28
Evaluation of actinomycetes isolated antimicrobial metabolites as potent inhibitor of multidrug resistant organisms
Pandey, S ; Menghani, E ; Kumari, N 29-36
Evaluation of two freshwater macrophytes, Ceratophyllum demersum andPotamogeton amplifolius as feed ingredients for Nile tilapia (Oreochromisniloticus) fingerlings
Ali, T El-Sayed ; Balkhasher, A ; El-Sayed, A F M 37-43
Toxic metals (Cd and Pb) induced dysfunctioning of antioxidant system in marinefish Sphyraena barracuda (Edwards, 1771) collected from Kpeme, South of Togo
Rajaram, R ; Mamatchi, M ; Ganeshkumar, A 44-51
Economics of open-access fisheries: A case of factors affecting the revenue ofcoastal or inshore longline fisheries in Pakistan
Yongtong, M ; Hanif, M T ; Shah, S B H ; Pavase, T R ; Kalhoro, M T 52-59
Length-weight relationship, relative condition factor and morphological studies ofArius arius (Hamilton, 1822) in Hooghly-Matlah estuary, West Bengal
Das, S K ; Chirwatkar, B B ; Bhakta, D 60-66

Short communications

A study on the evolution of coastal geomorphology between Rameshwaram and Kilakkarai, east coast of India
Kongeswaran, T ; Karikalan, R 67-70
Spear-fishing with surface supplied diving disturbs the ecological balance in Gulf of Mannar, southeast India
Raj, K D ; Kumar, P D ; Mathews, G ; Edward, J K P 71-74
Report of Antennarius hispidus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801) (Lophiiformes: Antennariidae) from the northern Arabian Sea
Rajeeshkumar, M P ; Kumar, K V Aneesh ; Hashim, M ; Saravanane, N ; Sudhakar, M 75-77

Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences (IJMS)