Open Geospatial Viticulture: Determining the Mesoscale Impact of Climatic Change for Quebec's Winegrowing Bioclimatology

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Authors Trevor James Smith
Journal/Conference Name Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research
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Paper Abstract The combined utilization of climate scenarios, climate models and Geographic Information Systems [GIS] represent the most reliable tools to spatially determine the potential impacts of climate change in the near to end-of-century time horizons. With affordable computation, massive and open online courses, open access journals, cloud-based data visualization platforms, countless repositories of environmental and climate data available through the Internet, and the Free and Open Source [FOS] software movement, geospatial analysis is becoming an increasingly accessible field for professional researchers, the technically inclined, and the general public.
Date of publication 2017
Code Programming Language Python
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