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Journal Maritime Transport Research

Aim & Scope

MARTRA provides a forum for high quality research in maritime transportation, logistics and operations. Port and shipping research are particularly welcome. MARTRA is an interdisciplinary journal and embraces work from a wide range of disciplines, including, but not limited to, transportation, logistics, economics, operations research, and geography. MARTRA publishes papers in two categories: Theory and Methodology: Papers in this category employ mathematical modeling, optimization theory etc. to develop new methodologies, theories and/ or algorithms for maritime transportation. Empirical Research: Papers in this category can either employ quantitative techniques from statistics, AI, machine learning etc., or qualitative research methods such as one-on-one interviews, focus groups, case study research etc. to obtain new insights into specific aspects of maritime transportation. Regardless of the category, MARTRA papers are expected to clearly articulate their (expected) impact on the practice of maritime transportation. [1]

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2024 - VOLUME 6
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2024-06-01

Statistical analysis of vessel loss of command frequency

S Dugan , I Utne

Maritime Transport Research , 2024 - VOLUME 6 , p 100104.

10.1016/j.martra.2024.100104

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2024-06-01

The effects of waiting times on the bunkering decision for tramp ships

G FUENTES , S WALLACE , R ADLAND

Maritime Transport Research , 2024 - VOLUME 6 , p 100106.

10.1016/j.martra.2024.100106

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2024-06-01

The impact of container call size - evidence from simulation modelling

A Veenstra , A de Waal

Maritime Transport Research , 2024 - VOLUME 6 , p 100109.

10.1016/j.martra.2024.100109

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2024-06-00

Exploring the ship operation safety indicators of international ports in Taiwan

J Liou , P Tseng

Maritime Transport Research , 2024 - VOLUME 6 , p 100111.

10.1016/j.martra.2024.100111

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Marginal abatement cost curves for CO2 emission reduction from shipping to 2050

T Longva , M Eide , Ø Endresen , ... , N Rivedal

Maritime Transport Research , 2024 - VOLUME 6 , p 100112.

10.1016/j.martra.2024.100112

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2024-06-01

Optimal scheduling of maintenance dredging in a maritime transportation system

M Hanowsky , K Mitchell , K Kothari , ... , D Loney

Maritime Transport Research , 2024 - VOLUME 6 , p 100113.

10.1016/j.martra.2024.100113

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