Blue mussels in the Baltic Sea are getting smaller with time but bigger in numbers, according to a new study from Stockholm University. Analyzing data from the last 24 years, the main reason for this appears to be changes in food quality. The type of phytoplankton that is available for blue mussels to eat can in turn be linked to our changing climate.
Sociocultural Pragmatics (SOPRAG) is a biannual open access journal focusing on social and cultural aspects of the Spanish language in all its forms and expressions.
SOPRAG is published with the financial support of Vetenskapsrådet (Swedish Research Council, Ministry of Education and Research, Sweden).
For a year now, Stockholm University has been a member of the CIVIS - European Civic University Alliance collaboration, which brings together students and staff from eight universities in Europe. The first Global Civis Days will take place on 9 and 10 November and will be held digitally due to the current coronavirus pandemic.