Aims & Scope

Hydrobiological Research is mainly focused on freshwater and marine research to better understand the life processes of phytoplankton, zooplankton, micro and macro invertebrates and vertebrates. Thus, it is aimed to protect biodiversity and ensure its sustainability. In the studies submitted to the journal, priority is given to original and qualified scientific research on international platforms by making use of the research techniques and opportunities offered by modern science and the age of technology we live in.

In the journal, theoretical, practical and methodological researches are published on the taxonomy, biology, ecology, phylogeny, biodiversity and interactions of living things in aquatic ecosystems, and on lake, wetland and river management. Hydrobiological Research publishes original articles, reviews, short communications, method reports and letters to the editor that examine the biology of marine and freshwater resources.

Hydrobiological Research is an international, open access, peer-reviewed journal. The journal publishes two issues per year (January and July).