As climate changes, so does wine

by Jon Hetman, Director of External Relations & Communications
January 10, 2018

As climate changes, so does wine

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Most wine is produced from the same 12 varieties of grapes, a huge concern for growers in the face of climate change. Elizabeth Wolkovich, Ignacio Morales-Castilla, and colleagues have published research suggesting the other ~1100 varieties of grapes and the diversity of their attributes may play an important role in the future of the wine […]

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The future of wine grapes

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
January 8, 2018

The future of wine grapes

Elizabeth Wolkovich

Most wine is produced from the same 12 varieties of grapes. Agricultural crops, including wine grapes, are predicted to be greatly impacted by climate change. Published in Nature Climate Change, Elizabeth Wolkovich, Ignacio Morales-Castilla and co-workers discuss how the other ~1100 varieties of grapes available, and the diversity of their attributes, may play an important role in the future. Read more» abstract»

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Phenology and wine grapes

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
August 2, 2017

Complexities in soil food webs

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
July 11, 2016

Wine grapes and climate change

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
March 24, 2016

An upside To climate change? Better French wine

by Jon Hetman, Director of External Relations & Communications
March 22, 2016

Climate test for forests

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
September 23, 2015

Phenology research on grapes

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
April 8, 2015

Funding for research programs

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
January 24, 2015

Temporal ecology

by Faye Rosin, Director of Research Facilitation
September 10, 2014

Temporal ecology

Elizabeth Wolkovich

Time is an important aspect of any system. In Ecology Letters, Elizabeth Wolkovich and colleagues propose that anthropogenic climate change should be considered in light of time as accelerated climate change. Thus, temporal ecology needs to be integrated with studies focusing on spacial ecology to provide predictive frameworks of changing ecological systems. abstract »

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