Journal of Coastal Research (JCR)
Journal of Coastal Research (JCR) publishes content relevant to natural and engineered coastline environments (freshwater, brackish, or marine) and the protection/management of their resources.
Journal of Coastal Research
Scope

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    The Journal of Coastal Research (JCR) is one of the leading international journals for coastal studies and processes, and is published bi-monthly by the Coastal Education & Research Foundation [CERF]. By covering the entire field of coastal research, the JCR encompasses all subjects relevant to natural and engineered environments (freshwater, brackish, or marine) and the protection/management of their resources in the vicinity of coastlines of the world. Even though the journal broadly focuses on immediate shoreline zones, the JCR also embraces those coastal environments that either reach some indefinite distance inland or that extend seaward beyond the outer margins of the sublittoral (neritic) zone. The JCR disseminates accurate information to both the public and research specialists around the world on all aspects of coastal issues in an effort to maintain or improve the quality of our planet's shoreline resources.

    To view the official online JCR website, please visit http://www.jcronline.org/.

Details

Print ISSN: 0749-0208

Online ISSN: 1551-5036

Current: Jul 2020 : Volume 36 Issue 4

BioOne Member Since: 2004

Frequency: Bimonthly

Impact Factor: 0.793

Journal Citation Reports® Ranking: 246/265 Environmental Sciences, 47/50 Geography, Physical, 182/200 Geosciences, Multidisciplinary

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