A set of policy briefs based on MANTEL publications

Policy briefing notes have been drafted based on MANTEL publications and MANTEL serious games. The aim is to provide an overview of MANTEL outputs that may be useful for water managers and other stakeholders. These will become available as MANTEL outputs are published. Click on the policy briefing note number to download a pdf.

This policy brief describes advances in our knowledge of the impacts of storms on lakes and reservoirs based on studies using high frequency monitoring data as part of MANTEL.

This policy brief describes advances in our understanding of the role of climate change and other

human-related pressures in driving changes in lake phytoplankton based on outputs from MANTEL

This policy brief describes advances in modelling changes in lake stratification based on outputs from MANTEL

This policy brief describes Flipping Lakes, a serious game that is intended to facilitate outreach and educate on catchment-scale water-quality management to local communities and other stakeholders.

  • Policy briefing note 5. The Water Management Benefit Game: a card game to explain lake cause-effect relationships. This policy brief describes this 'serious' game, developed during MANTEL, which can be used to train water managers and other stakeholders on tracking cause-effect relationships between actions and lake water quality and services.