Temporal and spatial analyses of temperature in a French wine‐producing area: the Loire Valley

@article{Bonnefoy2013TemporalAS,
  title={Temporal and spatial analyses of temperature in a French wine‐producing area: the Loire Valley},
  author={Cyril Bonnefoy and Herv{\'e} Qu{\'e}nol and Val{\'e}rie Bonnardot and G{\'e}rard Barbeau and Malika Madelin and Olivier Planchon and Etienne Neethling},
  journal={International Journal of Climatology},
  year={2013},
  volume={33}
}
Global warming is causing earlier phenological dates for vines and changes in the quality of wines all around the world. To understand how vines are liable to react to future climate evolution, the climate of viticultural areas needs to be known as accurately as possible. In this article, temporal evolution and spatial variability of temperature in the wine producing area of the Loire Valley were analysed with a multi‐scalar approach. First, the regional evolution of temperature and bioclimatic… 

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