JOURNAL OF MARITIME RESEARCH (JMR) publishes original research papers in English analysing the maritime sector international, national, regional or local. JMR is published quarterly and the issues-whether ordinary or monographic-include both theoretical and empirical approaches to topics of current interest in line with the editorial aims and scope of the journal.

The objective of JMR is to contribute to the progress, development and diffusion of research on the maritime sector. The aim is to provide a multidisciplinary forum for studies of the sector from the perspective of all four of the following broad areas of scientific knowledge: experimental sciences, nautical sciences, engineering and social sciences.

The manuscripts presented must be unpublished works which have not been approved for publication in other journals. They must also fulfil all the requirements indicated in the 'Technical specifications' section. The quality of the papers is guaranteed by means of a process of blind review by two scientific referees and one linguistic reviewer. Although the journal is published in print format, the processes of submission and reception of manuscripts, as well as revision and correction of proofs are all done electronically.


Vol 10, No 1 (2013)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The Positive Implications for the Application of the International Ship & Port Facility Security and its Reflects on Saudi’s Ports PDF
A. Elentably 3-12
Floating Oil Storage: A Means to Increase Oil Profits or Evidence of the Effectiveness of the Embargo on Iran? PDF
J. Mann 13-18
An Applied Case Study Flaws in Spanish National Noise Standard in Maritime Transport PDF
J.A. Orosa, A.C. Oliveira 19-24
Maritime Safety in the Strait of Gibraltar: Taxonomy and Evolution of Emergencies Rate in 2000-2004 period PDF
F. Piniella, J. Walliser 25-30
Cost Assessment Simulator for Transport Between Mediterranean Spanish Ports and the Black Sea PDF
F. Martínez, M. Castells, M. Rodríguez 31-38
Logistics Centres Assessed as a Port City Decongesting Strategy: Case Study of a Nigerian Port City PDF
C. Onyemechi 39-42
The Influence of Managers and Organisational Profiles in CSR Decision-Making. Ideas for Implementation in the Maritime Sector PDF
A. Arizkuren-Eleta, L. Gartzia, J. Baniandrés-Abendaño, E. Castillo-Mory, A. Martínez-Lozares 43-50
The Influence of a Keel Bulb on the Hydrodynamic Performance of a Sailing Yacht Model PDF
K.N. Sfakianaki, D.E. Liarokapis, G.P. Trahanas, G.D. Tzabiras 51-58
Re-Enactments of Historical Seafaring Between Experimental Archaeology and Constructions of Identity PDF
J.F. Dittmar 59-64
Production of Nautical Literature in Spain, in the Nineteenth Century PDF
I. Ibáñez, E. Díaz, L.M. Fernández 65-70
Six Sigma Approach For the Straddle Carrier Routing Problem PDF
K. Mili 71-84
Juridical Regime of Pilotage's Service in Spain PDF
A. Ruiz de Apodaca, E. Madariaga, J. Martínez 85-91