Viticulture

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Information resources on this subject can be found in the following locations.

630 Agribusiness
631 Soils
634.8 Viticulture
641 Wine marketing
663 Wine Science


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Jadwiga Kozyniak - Hawke's Bay
ph| (06) 8301033
email| jkozyniak@eit.ac.nz



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American Journal of Enology and Viticulture
Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower and Winemaker (Hawke's Bay)
Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower and Winemaker (Tairāwhiti)
Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research
Australian Wine Research Institute Technical Review
Commercial Horticulture: Magazine of the Nursery Industry
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Decanter: the world’s best wine magazine
NZ Grower
New Scientist
New Zealand Agribusiness
New Zealand Wine Grower
Organic NZ (Hawke's Bay)
Organic NZ (Tairāwhiti)
OWNZ: Organic Winegrowers New Zealand
Scientific American
South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture
Vineyard and Winery Management
Vitis : Journal of Grapevine Research
Water and Atmosphere
WBM: Australia’s wine business magazine
Wine and Viticulture Journal (Hawke's Bay)
Wine and Viticulture Journal (Tairāwhiti)
Wine Hawke’s Bay: the official magazine of Hawke’s Bay Winegrowers Inc.
Wine Technology in New Zealand
Winenz Magazine:  The Taste of our Country
Wines & Vines
Winestate



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Ag Science Magazine
A publication by the NZ Institute of Agricultural and Horticultural Science. It is full of news from local groups around the country, editorials and feature articles by members plus commentaries by government and overseas researchers and consultants.

American Journal of Enology and Viticulture (Print and Online)

Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower and Winemaker

Chemistry in New Zealand (CiNZ) is the quarterly professional journal of the NZIC.

Journal of Agricultural & Food Chemistry

Journal of Wine Research (2007-2010 only)

Journal of the New Zealand Plant Protection Society (online only)
Contains research papers on all aspects of biology, ecology and control of weeds, vertebrate and invertebrate pests, and pathogens and beneficial micro-organisms in agriculture, horticulture, forestry and natural ecosystems.

South African Journal of Enology & Viticulture

Wine & Viticulture Journal


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Specific Databases

VITIS-VEA Viticulture and Enology Abstracts
Indexes over 350 viticulture/wine science journals, plus monographs and conference proceedings. From 1969.



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AGRICOLA
Database of citations from the U.S. National Agricultural Library (NAL). Covers all aspects of agriculture and allied disciplines. Contains links to full-text documents online.

AGRIS
The international information system for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Covers all aspects of agriculture from participating countries. Limited full-text.

Credo Reference
An online library of hundreds of reference books including encyclopaedias, dictionaries, thesauri, atlases, biographies, quotations and subject-specific titles. There are millions of entries, including thousands of images and audio pronunciation files. Contributing publishers include Routledge, SAGE, Cambridge University Press, Wiley, Elsevier and many others. Additional features include Mind Map and Topic Pages, plus links to the EIT library catalogue and databases.

ProQuest Central
ProQuest Central is a large multidisciplinary research resource combining more than 28 databases and covering more than 20,000 periodicals plus many other scholarly resources. Content is from scholarly journals, trade publications, company reports, dissertations, newspapers, newsletters, and newswires. Over 160 subject areas are covered including business and economics, health and medical (including nursing), education, social sciences, psychology, humanities, technology, science and more.

ProQuest Dissertations & Theses (PQDT) Global
Includes more than 3 million dissertations and theses from around the world, with comprehensive coverage of North American works and expanding coverage of international works. Over 1.7 million are available in full text.

Science Direct Health and Life Sciences Journals Collection (College Edition)
Provides access to peer-reviewed full-text journals not available elsewhere online. Subjects include Nursing, Medicine, Pharmacology, Environmental and Biological Sciences. Full-text coverage is from 1995. To limit your search to find full-text only, go to Advanced Search and select Subscribed publications and Open Access articles.

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Australia/NZ Reference Centre
Australian and New Zealand specific magazines, newspapers, newswires and reference books.

Index New Zealand (INNZ)
Indexes and abstracts selected New Zealand serial publications, including newspapers and 300 journals about New Zealand and the South Pacific. Subjects include general interest material, social research, current affairs, the arts and humanities. Coverage is from 1987.



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Global wine markets, 1860 to 2016: A statistical compendium University of Adelaide
Statistics on grape planting, wine production, consumption, trade, and taxes for individual countries in the world's wine regions.

Plants in Action
A plant physiology textbook published by the Australian Society of Plant Scientists, New Zealand Society of Plant Biologists, and New Zealand Institute of Agricultural and Horticultural Science.

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Recommended Websites

Australian Grape and Wine Authority

Australian Grape and Wine Authority research and development resources
includes factsheets and videos on agrochemical use, consumers, environmental, irrigation, nutrition, pest and disease, physiology, planting material, process efficiency, soil, vineyard management, winery and yield/harvest.

Australian Wine Research Institute

GardenWeb Glossary of Botanical Terms - this website contains terms relating to botany, gardening, horticulture and landscape architecture

Landcare Research - LRIS Portal (Land Resource Information Systems Portal)

Landcare Research maps of Fundamental Soil Layers

Land Information New Zealand (topographical maps)

Marlborough Research Centre

Massey University Maths Help links

Massey University pasture plant identification

Ministry of Primary Industries horticulture statistics

New Zealand Ecological Society links

New Zealand Weeds

New Zealand Winegrowers

NZ Science Blog all together on one website

NZ Wine Education resources

Our Environment (online atlas of NZ land resources)

Plant & Soil Sciences eLibrary

Plant and Food Research

Registered Wine Standards Management Plan

Science and Innovation - a NZ Government site that covers a range of science issues

Science Daily the latest research news

Science Learning Hub

Science New Zealand ‑ latest NZ Science news

Statistics New Zealand

Statisphere

The Biology project

University of Adelaide, Wine Economics Research Centre - Annual Database of Global Wine Markets, 1835 to 2016, an Excel database containing historical data on wine production, consumption, and trade

University of California Davis Department of Viticulture and Enology

Victoria University Physics Resource Teachers Bank - covering New Zealand physics and science curriculum from intermediate school to university level

Wine Act 2003 requirements

Wine Australia

Wine Standards Management Plan steps


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