Fast train brings to chill to Champagne

Patel, Tara
April 1995
New Scientist;4/1/95, Vol. 146 Issue 1971, p9
Focuses on a study on how a high-speed rail link will alter the microclimate in the vineyards of Champagne, France. Implications of the results for SNCF's plans for the TGV-Est to link Paris and Strasbourg in France and continue to Germany; Possible ways to protect smaller vineyards from the damage that can be caused by the new line.


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