Climate Change and Crop Exposure to Adverse Weather: Changes to Frost Risk and Grapevine Flowering Conditions

@inproceedings{Mosedale2015ClimateCA,
  title={Climate Change and Crop Exposure to Adverse Weather: Changes to Frost Risk and Grapevine Flowering Conditions},
  author={Jonathan R Mosedale and Robert J. S. Wilson and Ilya M. D. Maclean and Juan A. A{\~n}el},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
The cultivation of grapevines in the UK and many other cool climate regions is expected to benefit from the higher growing season temperatures predicted under future climate scenarios. Yet the effects of climate change on the risk of adverse weather conditions or events at key stages of crop development are not always captured by aggregated measures of seasonal or yearly climates, or by downscaling techniques that assume climate variability will remain unchanged under future scenarios. Using… CONTINUE READING
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