MTS Journal Scopes
The Marine Technology Society Journal is the flagship publication of the Marine Technology Society. It publishes the highest caliber, peer-reviewed papers on subjects of interest to the society: marine technology, ocean science, marine policy and education. The Journal is dedicated to publishing timely special issues on emerging ocean community concerns while also showcasing general interest and student-authored works.
Current Impact Factor: .678
Article Influence Score: .264
*MTS Members, click the "MTS Journal Online" link at right.
2015 Calls For Papers
The MTS Journal invites submissions of original manuscripts based on research within one of the professional disciplines of the Society.
Volume 49, Number 6 – November/December 2015
Evolution of Marine Technologies: Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the MTS Journal
Draft manuscripts due: June 20, 2015. More information here.
- Volume 49, Number 3 – May/June 2015 Ocean Sensors for Ecosystems, Climate and Hazard Monitoring Guest edited by Liesl Hotaling & Donna Kocak
- Volume 49, Number 4 – July/August 2015 Blue Futures: Educating the Next Generation Guest editor: Liesl Hotaling Draft manuscripts due: February 21, 2015
- Volume 49, Number 5 – General Issue
- Volume 49, Number 6 – Evolution of Marine Technologies: Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the MTS Journal
Information for submitting manuscripts can be found at here.
Authors who intend to submit a manuscript are encouraged to complete an author information form (available on the website listed above) and return it to Amy Morgante as soon as possible.
For comments, suggestions or requests, please send email to Amy Morgante.
The MTS Journal is a publication of the Marine Technology Society. The Marine Technology Society has published the MTS Journal under its current title since 1969.
The MTS Journal (Print ISSN 0025-3324) is published six times a year by the Marine Technology Society.
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Permission and reprint inquiries should be directed to Chris Barrett at the MTS Office at (202) 717-8705 ext. 101.
Missing Claim Policy
Missing journal claims from subscribers must be made within three (3) months of the issue date and can only apply once a year. Second and subsequent claims for missing journals beyond claim periods will incur the full cost of the missing issue, including postage. No exceptions. A new mailing address will be required for claims to be mailed and will be fulfilled at the discretion of the society. Claims filed due to insufficient (or no notice) of change of address will not be honored. Send claims to email@example.com only, no paper claims.
2015 subscription Rates
Members: An online subscription to the MTS Journal is a benefit of individual membership in the Marine Technology Society. Visit the MTS Web site for more information and to join.
Institutions: The MTS Journal is available to institutional subscribers in both print and online formats. Subscription prices are:
- Online only (including14 years archived online Journal issues): US$445
- Online with print: (including 14 years archived online Journal issues) US$470
- Print only within the USA: US$140; Canada: US$155 ;International: US$210 (Includes shipping.)
For subscription inquiries please call Suzanne Voelker, (202) 717-8705 ext. 102.
Full 2015 price sheet available at Journal Price List 2015.
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Please contact Managing Editor Amy Morgante about submitting manuscripts for the MTS Journal.
Anni Vuorenkoski Dalgleish, Ph.D.
Harbor Branch Oceanographic
Institute at Florida Atlantic University
Scott Kraus, Ph.D.
New England Aquarium
Ralph Rayner, Ph.D.
Ann Jochens, Ph.D.
Texas A&M University
Dhugal Lindsay, Ph.D.
Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science & Technology
HARRIS CapRock Corporation
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute