The Philippine Journal of Fisheries (TPJF) is the official joint publication of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and the National Fisheries Research and Development Institute (NFRDI). It is a semi-annual, open-access journal that accepts research article, short communication, review article, commentary, and policy brief on relevant topics covering all aspects of fisheries, both in basic and applied sciences. Some of the related fields of studies are Capture Fisheries, Aquaculture, Postharvest Technology, Marketing and Industry, Aquatic Ecology, Oceanography, Aquatic Resource Conservation, Health of Aquatic Organisms, Biotechnology, Food Safety and Traceability, Socioeconomics, and Systematics in freshwater, estuarine, marine, and other identifiable water habitats. The articles are held to a high standard by undergoing a rigorous peer-review process by experts in particular fields of fisheries and aquatic sciences.
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“When we were coming up with a logo for the revamped TPJF, we wanted to have a touch of the old journal feel to it being digitized. Hence, the use of the old font from previous journal covers was used together with the three fishes, which symbolizes the three major islands in the Philippines - Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Color schemes were obtained from the colors of the water, and the box-type graphic fish form shows off a modern, digital design.” (Verinna Charisse Mangonon, logo designer)