[MARMAM] Special Issue Frontiers in Marine Science: "Aquatic One Health—The Intersection of Marine Wildlife Health, Public Health, and Our Oceans" including marine mammals

Stephanie Norman stephanie at marine-med.com
Sun Feb 13 21:25:31 PST 2022

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to be launching a new Research Topic, "Aquatic One
Health—The Intersection of Marine Wildlife Health, Public Health, and Our
Oceans" in the journal *Frontiers in Marine Science* (Marine Conservation
and Sustainability section).

We are putting together a group of top researchers whose work we’d like to
feature in this collection, and thought you would be interested in

Hosted by* Frontiers in Marine Science*, this is a unique opportunity for
us to collaborate and to showcase your research and will cover a variety of
marine species, including marine mammals.

For more details on this Research Topic, please visit the: Special
collection's website.

Manuscripts or abstracts for planned papers should be submitted online by
registering and logging in to this website: Loop Research Network
<https://loop.frontiersin.org/>. Once you are registered, click here
to go to the submission form. All papers will be peer-reviewed. Accepted
papers will be published continuously in the journal (as soon as accepted)
and will be listed together on the special issue website.

Submissions are now being accepted. The deadline is March 20, 2022
(Abstracts) and May 19, 2022 (Manuscripts), though you do not need to
submit an abstract. Thank you for your consideration, and if you have any
questions, please reach out to me directly.


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About Frontiers in Marine Science
Finding ocean-based solutions to solve global challenges including
overfishing, pollution, and climate change. Led by Field Chief Editor
Carlos M. Duarte, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, our
journal is the fourth most-cited in its field. More than 3,500 articles by
16,000 authors have received 14 million views and 13,000 citations. Impact
Factor: 4.912 (as reported in the Journal Citation Reports by Web of
Science) CiteScore: 5 (as reported in Scopus by Elsevier)

About Research Topics
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We look forward to working together on this exciting project.

Thank you on behalf of the Topic Editors,

 • Stephanie A. Norman - Wildlife veterinarian and epidemiologist
Marine-Med: Marine Research, Epidemiology and Veterinary Medicine
Bothell, WA, United States
Phone: +1-206-321-0249
E-mail: stephanie at marine-med.com
Conservation Veterinarian
World Vets <http://www.worldvets.org>

 • Samantha Shields - St. Matthew's University, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
 • Ayanna Carla Phillips Savage - The University of the West Indies St.
Augustine, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago
 • Claudia Venegas - Veso, Colaco, Chile
 • Stephanie Plön - Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, South Africa
 • Dusan Palic - Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Chair for Fish
Diseases and Fisheries Biology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Munich,
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