Wine Science

Full list of library databases for Wine Science.

  • CSIRO Research Publications Repository
    Records of research publications from Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Orgnisation.
  • Food Chemicals Codex
    Eighth edition, 2012. The United States Pharmacopeial Convention. Rockville, MD.
  • Food Standards Code
    A collection of individual food standards developed by Food Standards Australia New Zealand (formerly ANZFA). As food standards are given legal effect through Australian and New Zealand laws, it is important to read the Food Standards Code in conjunction with relevant food legislation.
  • NZResearch.org.nz
    Search for full text research on wine held in New Zealand university research repositories.
  • US Code of Federal Regulations
    Search across the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the Executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government.
  • Wine Science Forum
    Focuses on oxygen management, discussed to approve and maintain wine characteristics.

Organisations

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Case studies in New Zealand

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Useful overview articles

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Select keywords for your search

Think about different terms to describe the topic you are researching. You may need to repeat your searches using different variations of a keyword.

  • What are possible keywords for this topic?
  • What are the alternative keywords?

Concept mapping

List your alternative key terms by concept to systematically construct multiple searches.

Concept 1 Concept 2 Concept 3
Sauvignon blanc fermentation New Zealand
white wine ferment*  
  • From this table, use one keyword from each column/concept and combine them with Boolean operators such as AND, OR, NOT/AND NOT.
  • Use " " for a phrase, e.g., "sauvignon blanc".
  • Use the truncation symbols (*, ?, $) for various endings of a keyword to find more search results, e.g., ferment* for fermenting, ferments, fermentation, fermental

Finding full text

Building on your research

Use a literature-searching strategy that builds on information that you already have. Start with a relevant book or article and try some of the following:

  • Look at the reference list for more material.
  • Take note of the words used in the text of your book or article. They may provide useful new terms to use, which you can add to your concept map, when searching for more literature.
  • Find your book or article in the library catalogue or a database. Use the subject headings (sometimes referred to as descriptors or keywords) in the catalogue or database record to find similar material.
  • Look up other works by the author(s).
  • Search for citations to your book or article on Google Scholar, Scopus or Web of Science.

Literature reviews

The Department does not have an officially mandated referencing style. Check whether your tutor or supervisor has any specific requirements. Similarly, if submitting research for publication, many journals specify a particular style that must be used.

Referencing software makes it easier and faster to keep track of your references and to cite them in the correct style.

LaTeX and BibTeX web resources

Support

  • Referencing
    Access a range of tools and support material to assist your referencing work.

Examples

  • Quick©ite
    Use this interactive tool to view examples of references.
    Covers a range of styles used at the University of Auckland.

Last updated : 25 June 2018
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