Geo-Eco-Marina publishes novel research results primarily focused on studies performed along the Danube River- Danube Delta- Black Sea (and its coastal zone) macro-geo-system. Topics cover both modern and fossil sedimentary deposits, as well as present and past geological associations.
Geo-Eco-Marina is an annual scientific journal, published continuously since 1996, with a year-round invitation for publication open to marine scientists and geoscientists worldwide.
Each contribution is peer-reviewed: submitted manuscripts are reviewed by experts, and both the expert and the author are aware of each other's identity. Geo-Eco-Marina includes colour illustrations and occasional large inserts.
Geo-Eco-Marina is indexed in SCOPUS.
Geo-Eco-Marina is an open-access journal listed in DOAJ, ProQuest, Ulrich's, EBSCO Central&Eastern European Academic Source, Index Copernicus, geoscience e-journals and J-Gate; Geo-Eco-Marina is selectively indexed and abstracted in CAB Abstracts and Environmental Impact databases.