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Entre société, variabilités et changements climatiques : l'exemple de l'évolution du vignoble en Mayenne

Abstract : Until the 15th century, during the medieval optimum, the climate of Mayenne was suitable to the existence of vineyards near towns and abbeys. During the XVI th century, climatic conditions remained suitable for viticulture with some financial return. During the XVII th and XVII th centuries, the Little Ice Age (cold winters, cold and humid springs and summers) appears as a limiting factor for a profitable viticulture except in the SE. The end of grapevine growing due to climate worsening occurs between 1690 and 1750 except in the SE. Global warming of the XX th and XXI st centuries would allow viticulture requiring a change in farming practices and land availability.
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J.-P Marchand, Bonnardot Valérie. Entre société, variabilités et changements climatiques : l'exemple de l'évolution du vignoble en Mayenne. Changement Climatique et Territoires, LETG UMR 6554 CNRS, 2020, Rennes, France. pp.457-462. ⟨hal-02936782⟩

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