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  • Chile ; Rural landscape ; Territory ; Vine ; Vine-plant ; Vinegrowing area ; Viticulture
  • 2005
  • Agricultural product ; Cultural capacity ; Italy ; Quality vineyard ; Rural landscape ; Terroir ; Trentino-Alto Adige ; Vine ; Vine-plant ; Viticulture
  • 2005
  • Globalization ; Marketing ; Terroir ; Vine ; Vine-plant ; Vinegrowing area ; Viticulture ; Wine
  • 2005
  • In this study, changes in management were assigned based on previous studies of crop yield, optimal planting date, and most profitable rotations under climate change in the Midwestern United States. The soil erosion model appeared to underestimate
  • VINING, R.C.
  • 2005
  • Audiovisual ; Vine ; Wine
  • 2005
  • Farming system ; Malagasy Republic ; Planning ; Rural landscape ; Vine ; Viticulture
  • 2005
  • Congress ; Southern hemisphere ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area ; Wine ; World
  • Regroupement des communications se rapportant à l'hémisphère Sud du Colloque Vins, vigne et civilisation en Aquitaine et dans le monde, Bordeaux-Pessac, 17-19 mai 2005 et des résumés de 3 mémoires d'étudiants. - (OC)
  • 2005
  • Argentina ; Economic history ; Mendoza ; Metallurgy ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area ; Viticulture ; Wine
  • 2005
  • Agribusiness ; Cape Province ; Cooperation ; Deregulation ; South Africa ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area
  • 2005
  • Agricultural crisis ; Aquitaine ; Europe ; France ; Globalization ; International competition ; Southern hemisphere ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area ; Wine
  • 2005
  • Scale development aspects of plant diversity in semiarid high mountain regions. An exemplary top-down approach for the Great Basin (USA)
  • Arid area ; Biodiversity ; Ecosystem ; Great Basin ; High mountain ; Landscape ecology ; Methodology ; Plant species ; Scale ; United States of America ; Vegetation
  • environments across one quarter of the North American continent gives rise to a surprisingly rich flora. These alternating basins and mountain ranges are a perfect match of explain patterns and processes in plant diversity using a multi-scale approach. Through
  • this unique methodological concept, the nearly natural and relatively stable ecosystems are introduced and important triggers of plant diversity are discussed and evaluated on four different scales from micro to macro. - (L'A.).
  • 2005
  • Applied climatology ; Champagne-Ardenne ; Climate ; Climatic event ; France ; Freezing ; High speed train ; Microclimate ; Temperature ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area
  • 2005
  • Argentina ; Economic history ; Economic restructuring ; Mendoza ; San Juan ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area ; Viticulture ; Wine
  • 2005
  • Globalization ; Irrigation ; Northern Cape ; South Africa ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area
  • 2005
  • Agricultural product ; Foreign investment ; Organization ; Quality of product ; Uruguay ; Vine ; Wine
  • 2005
  • Agricultural product ; Argentina ; Mendoza ; Production system ; Quality of product ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area ; Viticulture
  • 2005
  • Andalusia ; Rural area ; Spain ; Spatial dynamics ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area ; Viticulture
  • 2005
  • Aquitaine ; Decision making process ; France ; Identity ; Power ; Territory ; Vine
  • 2005