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MANTEL Research Projects

Project 1

Project 1

Time scales of physical change in the lake environment

Based in: Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland

Project 2

Project 2

Effects of major weather events on the relationship between carbon emissions and aquatic heterotrophy in lakes.

Based in: University of Barcelona, Spain

Project 3

Project 3

Sensitivity of lake types and their phytoplankton to environmental disturbance

Based in: Estonian University of Life Sciences, Estonia

Project 4

Project 4

Aquatic microbial community responses to episodic events in Atlantic humic catchments

Based in: Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland

Project 5

Project 5

Modelling the impacts of atmospheric episodic events on the thermal response of lakes.

Based in: Uppsala University, Sweden.

Project 6

Project 6

Effect of storm events on microbial dynamics and ecosystem functions in lakes.

Based in: Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Germany.

Project 7

Project 7

Determination of critical thresholds for lake ecosystem resilience from long-term HFM data.  

 Based in: Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, Berlin, Germany.

Project 8

Project 8

Assessing future effects on lake ecosystem resilience using data analysis and dynamic modelling.

Based in: University of Geneva

Project 9

Project 9

Managing the impacts of extreme events related to inputs of organic matter on the Ecosystem Services provided by water supply reservoirs.

Based in: Catalan Institute for Water Research, Spain.

Project 10

Project 10

Mitigating negative impacts of extreme events on the sustained provision of lake ecosystem services

Based in: Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO)

Project 11

Project 11

Towards benefit oriented rehabilitation to make degraded lakes more resilient to extreme events.

Based in: Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO)

Project 12

Project 12

Determination of critical thresholds for ecosystem resilience from perturbation experiments.

Based in: University of Geneva, Switzerland.