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SIMULATING THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON VITICULTURAL SYSTEMS IN VARIOUS EUROPEAN VINEYARDS

Abstract : Global climate change affects regional climates and hold implications for wine growing regions worldwide (Jones, 2007 and 2015; Van Leeuwen and Darriet, 2016). The prospect of 21st century climate change consequently is one of the major challenges facing the wine industry (Keller, 2010). They vary from short-term impacts on wine quality and style, to long-term issues such as varietal suitability and the economic sustainability of traditional wine growing regions (Schultz and Jones 2010 ; Quénol 2014). Within the context of a global changing climate, we have decided to develop a modelling approach, able to simulate the impact of environmental conditions and constraints on vine behaviour and to highlight potential adaptation strategies according to different climate change scenarios.
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Cyril Tissot, Mathias Rouan, Théo Petitjean, Laurence David, Renan Le Roux, et al.. SIMULATING THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON VITICULTURAL SYSTEMS IN VARIOUS EUROPEAN VINEYARDS. XIIIth International Terroir Congres, Sep 2020, Adelaide, Australia. ⟨hal-03094081⟩

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