is climate discussed in the continental or planetary scale.
and plant forms: an introduction to predictive modelling in phytogeography, Junk, The Hague.
These broad weather conditions of a particular wine-growing region are defined as the macroclimate
. Local conditions that influence the weather in a particular vineyard or portion of a vineyard are referred to as the mesoclimate, and the climatic conditions around a particular vine are the microclimate.
Of these six schemes, the zonobiome system of Walter (1985) is efficient at predicting changes in communities based on macroclimate
. The bioclimatic classification by Rivas-Martinez (2007) reveals shifts in distribution of potential vegetation on a continental, regional, and local scale.
Climate--The inabilities of the countries and regions to reflect their micro and macroclimate
features on economic improvement,
And perhaps the universality of this norm is part of a country's "macroclimate
" that marginally influences the cultivation of the norm.
bolting electromagnetic spectrum etiolation frost-sensitive frost-tender frost-tolerant growing degree days lake effect macroclimate
microclimate photon phototropism phytochrome vernalization
Know your macroclimate
and learn about your mesoclimates.
Burke IC, Elliott ET, Cole CV (1995) Influence of macroclimate
, landscape position, and management on soil organic matter in agroecosystems.
The process involved overlaying data on macroclimate
and mesoclimate, such as frost dates, frequency of extreme low temperatures, degree days, aspect, slope, present land use, and soils.
Insam H, Domsch KH (1989) The influence of macroclimate
on soil microbial biomass levels.
In addition to a general introduction in Chapter 1 that covers general aspects of macroclimate
and global crop production and soils, the book is organized in three main parts, and an appendix with terminology in agronomy, units, symbols, and conversion factors.