Magnain in Environment Interactions 2020-03-13T11:27:14+00:00 Noir P. Purba Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify;">Magna <em>in</em> Environment Interactions is a peer-reviewed electronic journal, published four times in a year (February, May, August, and November) with special issues by demand. Magna <em>in</em> Environment Interactions journal is published by the Marine Research Laboratory (MEAL) <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Universitas Padjadjaran</a> – Indonesia, collaborated with the Indonesian Ocean Scholar Association (<a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">ISKINDO</a>).&nbsp;This journal provides open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Magna <em>in </em>Environment Interaction consist of two journals with a focus on water processes, interaction, and profiles: <strong>Magna <em>in</em> Oceanography Interaction and Magna <em>in</em> Limnology Interactions. </strong>The Work must be have a good quality and context that&nbsp;be of interest to an international readership. The aims and scope of the journals are to:<br>• Provide a journal that reports research on various aquatic topics that are interesting to global society<br>• Publish high quality manuscripts that are of international significance in terms of design and/or findings<br>• Enhance collaboration by international researchers to create special issues on these topics</p> <p>Therefore, the research or work must have the following characteristics:<br>• A strong ideas and background and have theoretical framework<br>• Clear understanding about literature gaps relate to the topic<br>• Strong design and analysis includes statistical and filtering data&nbsp;<br>• Critical analysis and recommendations for further research</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">All Papers (including special issues) are subject to a peer review process, using an international panel of researchers who are expert in relevant fields. Referees are asked to judge the quality of research and also the relevance and accessibility of a paper for an international audience. The journal uses double blind reviews, meaning any reviewers are unable to establish the author(s) of a manuscript. Authors must propose three reviewers for their manuscripts. These reviewers should be international in scope and at least one of them should be from an English language speaking country. Authors should not suggest reviewers from their own institution or reviewers where a conflict of interest may arise for the reviewer. For special issues, referees are asked first to judge the quality of a proposal, and then to judge the entire contents of a draft issue. <em>[More detailed information on this process is provided under Guide for Authors: follow link from this page]</em></p> <p>Editor in Chief<strong><br>Noir P. Purba</strong></p> The THE STRUCTURE AND VARIABILITY OF OCEAN CURRENTS IN NATUNA SEAS 2020-02-18T02:35:21+00:00 Finri Sudarmo Damanik <h1><strong>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;ABSTRACT </strong></h1> <p><em>This study investigated the pattern and variability of ocean currents and Sea Surface Temperature around the Natuna Sea. The data of temperature and Ocean Currents downloaded from INDESO within the period of 2008-2014 and the data is averaged per month. The analysis of the data with spatial and temporal and combined with ENSO conditions. The results showed that the conditions of waters in the Natuna Sesa are influenced by monsoons where the current will lead to the southeast and south in West and to North and Southwest in East Muson. The water temperature follows the movement of the water mass. The temperature at the West monsoon ranges from 29.5<sup>0</sup>C-30.25<sup>0</sup>C. In the Transitional Muson 1 ranges from 29.5<sup>0</sup>C-32.05<sup>0</sup>C, the 29.95<sup>0</sup>C-31.9<sup>0</sup>C and the 2nd Transition Muson are 29.5<sup>0</sup>C -31<sup>0</sup>C. The mass transport of water around the Natuna Sea (water input) (2<sup>0</sup>N) is about 0.49 Sv and the output around 1<sup>0</sup>S is about 0.48 Sv. In the Malacca Strait is 0.06 Sv. Mass transport from LTS and Malacca strait are dominant to the southeast. The dominant transport fluctuations in section 1 are the annual and tidal periods, Section 2 where the dominant transport fluctuations are in the annual and tidal periods, and Section 3 where the transport fluctuations are dominant in the interannual and tidal periods.</em></p> 2020-02-18T02:35:21+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Magnain in Environment Interactions Fourier 2020-03-13T11:27:14+00:00 Finri Sudarmo Damanik <p>aaa</p> 2020-03-13T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2020 Magnain in Environment Interactions