Studentska 2, 51000 Rijeka, Croatia
Journal of Maritime and Transportation Sciences
Association for Research and Development of Maritime Industries & University of Rijeka, Faculty of Maritime Studies; Adress: Studentska 2, 51 000 Rijeka, Republic of Croatia
Journal of Maritime and Transportation Sciences is a multidisciplinary scientific journal under the publishing of the Association for Promotion and Development of Maritime Industries and the Faculty of Maritime Studies of University of Rijeka. The Journal is published semiannually since 1963. The following core topics are covered within the Journal's publishing scope:
- inland waterways
- intelligent transport systems
- intermodal and multimodal transport
- marine geology
- maritime and traffic law
- maritime electronics
- modern transportation and maritime technologies
- navigation information systems
- protection of the sea and coastal environment
- safety on sea
- marine engineering
- shipping and traffic economics
- traffic logistics
- transport infrastructure, superstructure and equipment
The Journal further covers other areas of technical, natural and social sciences multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary related to maritime affairs, transportation and traffic, including geology, geophysics, shipbuilding, traffic and transportation technology, economics and law. Papers published in the Journal are classified as scientific papers, professional papers, short communications, news, reviews, conference communications and reports.
Open Access Statement
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The Journal of Maritime & Transportation Sciences does not charge author for publishing in the Journal.There is no charge for any reader to read and download articles.
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The Journal of Maritime & Transportation Sciences operates under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 licence. Authors retain the copyright and publishing rights of all articles and materials published in the journal under their name as long as proper attribution is respected.