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  • Agricultural product ; Diffusion ; South Africa ; Spatial dynamics ; Terroir ; Vine ; Vine-plant ; Vinegrowing area ; Viticulture
  • 2011
  • A method to identify potential cold-climate vine growing sites - a case study from Rosnaes in Denmark
  • Climate ; Cold area ; Cultural capacity ; Denmark ; Geographical information system ; Spatial distribution ; Vine ; Viticulture
  • A method for surveying the suitability of cold climate vine growing sites in Denmark is presented with focus on limiting growth parameters. The four most important parameters are identified. These are: i) Sum of growing degree days (SDD), ii) Risk
  • of frost damage, iii) Number of sunshine hours during growth season, and iv) Soil drainage. A two-step method based on GIS and already existing climate, soil, and topographic data is implemented. First the most suitable areas in Denmark for vine growing
  • Zealand, and eight well-suited vine growing terroirs are identified.
  • 2011
  • Administrative unit ; Agricultural region ; Climatic zone ; Historical geography ; Hungary ; Regional geography ; Soil properties ; Space time ; Tokaj-Hegyalja ; Vine ; Viticulture
  • the same types of vine and cultivation method; all parts of the area have similar wine-growing traditions ; it produces wines specific to the area ; the proportion of vineyards is at least 7% in each settlement of the area. The study gives an historical
  • 2011
  • La protection des plantes rares dans la région de Moscou
  • Biogéographie ; Espèce menacée ; Moskva ; Plante vasculaire ; Protection de la nature ; Russie d'Europe ; Zone protégée
  • Biogeography ; European part of Russia ; Moscow ; Nature conservation ; Protected area ; Vascular plant
  • Plus de 80% de 205 plantes vasculaires (tracheobionta) sont inscrites sur la liste rouge de l’oblast de Moscou et se trouvent sous protection à l’intérieur de 242 zones régionales et 4 régions fédérales. Le nombre des plantes protégées diffère d’une
  • région physico-géographique à l’autre. La plupart des plantes rares proviennent des prairies-steppes, des steppes, des forêts et des tourbières aquatiques.
  • 2011
  • Knowledge spillovers, absorptive capacity, and skill intensity of Chilean manufacturing plants
  • In this study, the AA. identify a mechanism through which knowledge spillovers occur among plants in the Chilean manufacturing industry. A plant-level production function is estimated with the absorptive-capacity hypothesis, that is, employment
  • of skilled workers is a key channel through which knowledge is transmitted across plants. Results show that a plant's productivity from spillovers increases with its skill intensity, which is measured by the share of skilled workers in total employment.
  • 2011
  • Environmental impact of introducing plant covers in the taluses of terraces : implications for mitigating agricultural soil erosion and runoff
  • Agropédologie ; Andalucía ; Couverture végétale ; Erosion des sols ; Erosion hydrique ; Espagne ; Granada ; Lutte contre l'érosion ; Métaux lourds ; Plante aromatique ; Plante médicinale ; Qualité de l'eau ; Sol cultivé ; Terrasse ; Zone
  • Agropedology ; Andalusia ; Cultivated land ; Erosion control ; Granada ; Heavy metals ; Plant cover ; Soil erosion ; Spain ; Subtropical zone ; Terrace ; Water erosion ; Water quality
  • The aim of this study was to test, under field conditions, the response of runoff, soil erosion, nutrient, carbon losses, and heavy-metal transport to different plant covers, including aromatic and medicinal plants and native vegetation during two
  • hydrological years. The study area is located in a coastal area of the south-eastern part of the Iberian Peninsula at Almuñécar (Granada, SE Spain). The results support the recommendation of using plant covers with multiple purposes (aromatic–medicinal–culinary
  • 2011
  • Burgundy ; Climate ; Climate reconstruction ; Climatic variation ; France ; Historical climate ; Sixteenth Century ; Temperature ; Thermal anomaly ; Twentieth Century ; Vine
  • 2011
  • Polar desert vegetation and plant recruitment in Murdchisonfjord, Nordaustlandet, Svalbard
  • A vegetation survey in the vicinity of Kinnvika in Murchisonfjord, Nordaustlandet, was carried out at 23 sites ranging from sparsely vegetated to almost complete cover on the slopes under a birdcliff. In total, 36 vascular plant species were
  • recorded in the area, 28 species under a birdcliff and 21 species at the other sites. At moisture limited sites, recruiting plant density significantly correlated to cyanobacterial crust cover. This crust ameliorates the substrate surface providing moisture
  • , warmth, nutrients and a more stable environment for establishing plants, and is thus of major importance for plant community development in High Arctic polar deserts.
  • 2011
  • Negotiating health and identity : lay healing, medicinal plants, and indigenous healthscapes in Highland Peru
  • Négocer la santé et l'identité : guérison, plantes médicinales et santé dans les régions montagneuses du Pérou
  • Andes ; Biomédecine ; Communauté ; Culturel ; Maladie ; Minorité ethnique ; Médecine traditionnelle ; Plante médicinale ; Pérou ; Réseau de sociabilité ; Santé ; Services de santé
  • Les AA. étudient le comportement des habitants d’un village d’un village péruvien vis-à-vis de la biomédecine, de la médicine traditionnelle et de la guérison par les plantes. Ils expliquent que leurs choix reflètent des processus culturels et
  • 2011
  • Phytogeographic divisions, climate change and plant dieback along the coastal desert of northern Chile
  • Floristic and physiognomic features allow a differentiation of 5 Loma formations, each of them characterized by a distinctive spectrum of plant communities. However, particularly in the northern section of the investigation area, numerous
  • for the regeneration and preservation of plants. In addition, a strong reduction of cloudiness in the northernmost section affects plant growth due to further limitations in the water disposability. A projected sustained decline of rainfall is expected to continue
  • 2011
  • Agriculture ; Decision making process ; Innovation ; Italy ; Outer conurbation area ; Proximity ; Rural development ; Territory ; Terroir ; Toscana ; Town ; Use conflict ; Vine
  • 2011
  • Atmospheric circulation ; Champagne-Ardenne ; Climate ; Climatic change ; France ; Model ; Scenario ; Simulation ; Temperature ; Vine ; Vinegrowing area
  • 2011
  • Applied climatology ; Champagne-Ardenne ; Climate ; Climate extreme ; Climatic change ; Climatic hazard ; France ; Freezing ; Model ; Phenology ; Temperature ; Twenty-first century ; Vine
  • 2011
  • Applied climatology ; Centre ; Climate ; Climatic trend ; Climatic warming ; France ; Quality of product ; Twentieth Century ; Vine
  • 2011
  • Localized spillovers and knowledge flows : how does proximity influence the performance of plants ?
  • 2011
  • Afrique du Sud ; Banlieue ; Classe sociale ; Communauté fermée ; Durban ; Esthétique ; Géographie sociale ; Identification ; Jardin ; KwaZulu-Natal ; Paysage ; Plante indigène
  • Les AA. analysent le rôle et l’usage intensif des plantes dans l’agencement du paysage des communautés fermées à Durban. Ils montrent que les Blancs des banlieues voulant échapper aux dangers des villes post-apartheid ont une chance de renouer des
  • liens avec la nature et de s’attacher à un lieu. Cependant, ces communautés excluent à la fois les plantes exotiques et les personnes de couleur. Les résultats montrent qu’en voulant capitaliser sur ces nouvelles tendances de jardinage, les promoteurs
  • immobiliers courent le risque de s’aliéner le concours des jardiniers des plantes horticoles exotiques.
  • 2011
  • Geddes in India : town planning, plant sentience, and cooperative evolution
  • Classe sociale ; Colonialisme ; GEDDES, (P.) ; Géographie historique ; Inde ; Jardin ; Madhya Pradesh ; Planification urbaine ; Plante cultivée ; Santé ; Siècle 20 ; Urbanisation
  • Colonialism ; Cultivated plants ; Garden ; Health ; Historical geography ; India ; Madhya Pradesh ; Social class ; Twentieth Century ; Urban planning ; Urbanization
  • 2011
  • Vegetation has been well recognized for its ability in improving air quality and alleviating global warming. Tree planting has been used to mitigate urban heat island phenomena, sequester carbon dioxide, and help to trap air pollutants on leaves
  • . Because some plant species emit biogenic volatile organic compounds (BVOCs), planting of some cultivars increase ozone and particulate matter ambient concentration and hence deteriorate air quality. Moreover, pollen grains and fungal spores from plants
  • 2011
  • Biogeographic distributions of selected North American grassland plant species
  • Biogeography ; Grassland ; Model ; North America ; Plant species ; Precipitation ; Spatial distribution ; Temperature
  • The AA. examined the spatial distributions of 30 abundant plant species of the grasslands of North America distributed among 4 functional groups : C4 grasses, C3 grasses, forbs, and woody species. For each species, they mapped its distribution using
  • 2011
  • Algeria ; Biodiversity ; Flora inventory ; Pastoral ; Plant colonization ; Steppe ; Vegetation dynamics
  • Les peuplements d'armoise blanche de la steppe occidentale d'Algérie se caractérisent par une forte variation de la densité et des taux de recouvrement. La sédentarisation du cheptel revitalise les peuplements et assure la propagation de la plante
  • 2011