Scientific progress is made through publishing research results in scientific journals. Briefly explained you can talk of scientific publishing when there’s a
peer reviewing system.
Peer reviewing means that articles are checked by two or three other scientists from the same field. This should help to publish high quality error free papers.
For authors it is important to find a suitable journal for their publication. Who are the readers of a journal, what is the scientific value (impact factor) of the journal.
We offer here a small overview with some relevant journals which publish exclusively or often articles about marine mammals. On the webpages of the publishers you can find guides for authors and tables of content. This might be of help for a first orientation.
You can find more helpful links regarding publishing papers about marine mammals on the webpage of the Marine Mammal Bibliography.