Ian J. Cottingham

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Introduction Terroir embodies a defined geographic place, integrating soils, geology, climate, the cultivar (variety), and the role of cultivation, culture, and history in producing wine (White, 2003). It captures the concept of " genotype x environment " , integrates the human dimensions of vineyard management, and builds a " sense of place " from(More)
The agricultural landscapes of Nebraska reflect a complex pattern of soil climate regimes and inherent variability that influence the cropping systems, behavior of farmers, and the health and sustainability of rural communities. The USDA crops and soils databases were coupled with the Enhanced Newhall Simulation Model (ENSM) to explain spatial relationships(More)
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