Investigation of grapevine areas under climatic stress using high resolution atmospheric modelling: case studies in South Africa and New Zealand (2011)
High-resolution atmospheric simulations (500 m) were used to assess viticultural areas under climatic stress in South Africa and New Zealand. The potential areas in which high daytime temperature stress was likely to affect grapevine photosynthesis and grape composition were identified. Results indicated different diurnal temperature variations within the two areas due to synoptic and local environmental factors, often associated with the influence of terrain.
CitationBonnardot V, Sturman A, Soltanzadeh I, Zawar-Reza P, Hunter JJ, Quénol H (2011). Investigation of grapevine areas under climatic stress using high resolution atmospheric modelling: case studies in South Africa and New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand: 19th International Congress on Biometeorology. 04/12/2011-08/12/2011. 6pp-.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research04 - Earth Sciences::0401 - Atmospheric Sciences
07 - Agricultural and Veterinary Sciences::0706 - Horticultural Production::070604 - Oenology and Viticulture
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