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Dougherty, Percy H.

The Geography of Wine

Dougherty, Percy H. - The Geography of Wine, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction to the Geographical Study of Viticulture and Wine Production
Percy H. Dougherty

2.
Terroir: At the Heart of Geography
Tim Unwin

3. Geography and the American Viticultural Areas Process, Including a Case Study of Lodi, California
Deborah L. Elliott-Fisk

4. Bordeaux and Burgundy: A Comparison of Two French Wine Regions in Transition
Denyse Lemaire, David Kasserman

5. The Okanagan Wine Region of British Columbia, Canada
Donna M. Senese, Wayne Wilson, Bernard Momer

6. The Importance of Soil and Geology in Tasting Terroir with a Case History from the Willamette Valley, Oregon
Scott Burns

7. Climate, Grapes, and Wine: Structure and Suitability in a Variable and Changing Climate
Gregory V. Jones, Ryan Reid, Aleksander Vilks

8. The South African Wine Industry: Meeting the Challenges of Structural and Ethical Transformation
David Bek, Cheryl McEwan, Tony Binns

9. Competitiveness and Sustainability in Wine Tourism Regions: The Application of a Stage Model of Destination Development to Two Canadian Wine Regions
Barbara A. Carmichael, Donna M. Senese

10. Northern California Through and Economic Geographer’s Lens
Greig Tor Guthey

11. The Origin, Diffusion, and Globalization of Riesling
Robert Sechrist

12. Remote Sensing for Viticultural Research and Production
Lee F. Johnson, Rama Nemani, John Hornbuckle, Wim Bastiaanssen, Bryan Thoreson, Bruno Tisseyre, Lars Pierce

13. Geospatial Tools and Techniques for Vineyard Management in the Twenty-First Century
David R. Green

Keywords: Geography, Physical Geography, Popular Science in Nature and Environment, Geology, Soil Science & Conservation, Agriculture

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2012
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9789400704640

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