A sample of the scientific literature...
Addison P, Samways M. 2006. Surrogate habitats demonstrate the invasion potential of the African pugnacious ant. Biodiversity and Conservation 15: 411-428.
Altieri M, Nicholls CI, Ponti L, York A. 2005. Designing biodiverse, pest-resilient vineyards through habitat management. In Practical Vineyard and Winery.
Altieri MA, Nicholls CI. 2002. The simplification of traditional vineyard based agroforests in northwestern Portugal: some ecological implications. Agroforestry Systems 56: 185-191.
Baumgartner K, Warren JG. 2005. Persistence of Xylella fastidiosa in riparian hosts near northern California vineyards. Plant Disease 89: 1097-1102.
Begum M, Gurr GM, Wratten SD, Hedberg PR, Nicol HI. 2006. Using selective food plants to maximize biological control of vineyard pests. Journal of Applied Ecology 43: 547-554.
Bello A, Arias M, Lopez-Perez JA, Garcia-Alvarez A, Fresno J, Escuer M, Arcos SC, Lacasa A, Sanz R, Gomez P, Diez-Rojo MA, Buena AP, Goitia C, de la Horra JL, Martinez C. 2004. Biofumigation, fallow, and nematode management in vineyard replant. Nematropica 34: 53-64.
Belloni G. 1998. Biologically integrated farming in Lodi-Woodbridge. Practical Vineyard and Winery May/June 1998.
Berndt LA, Wratten SD, Scarratt SL. 2006. The influence of floral resource subsidies on parasitism rates of leafrollers (Lepidoptera : Tortricidae) in New Zealand vineyards. Biological Control 37: 50-55.
Blua MJ, Morgan DJW. 2003. Dispersion of Homalodisca coagulata (Hemiptera : Cicadellidae), a vector of Xylella fastidiosa, into vineyards in southern California. Journal of Economic Entomology 96: 1369-1374.
Bolduc E, Buddle CM, Bostanian NJ, Vincent C. 2005. Ground-dwelling spider fauna (Araneae) of two vineyards in southern Quebec. Environmental Entomology 34: 635-645.
Booth LH, Bithell SL, Wratten SD, Heppelthwaite VJ. 2003. Vineyard pesticides and their effects on invertebrate biomarkers and bioindicator species in New Zealand. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 71: 1131-1138.
Bouchard P, Lesage L, Goulet H, Bostanian NJ, Vincent C, Zmudzinska A, Lasnier J. 2005. Weevil (Coleoptera : Curculionoidea) diversity and abundance in two Quebec vineyards. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 98: 565-574.
Bugg RL, McGourty G, Sarrantonio M, Lanini WT, Bartolucci R. 1996. Comparison of 32 cover crops in an organic vineyard on the north coast of California. Biological Agriculture & Horticulture 13: 63-81.
Calenge C, Maillard D, Fournier P, Fouque C. 2004. Efficiency of spreading maize in the garrigues to reduce wild boar (Sus scrofa) damage to Mediterranean vineyards. European Journal of Wildlife Research 50: 112-120.
Cots-Folch R, Martinez-Casasnovas JA, Ramos MC. 2006. Land terracing for new vineyard plantations in the north-eastern Spanish Mediterranean region: Landscape effects of the EU council regulation policy for vineyards' restructuring. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 115: 88-96.
Cowling RM, Pressey RL, Rouget M, Lombard AT. 2003. A conservation plan for a global biodiversity hotspot - the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa. Biological Conservation 112: 191-216.
Donald PF. 2004. Biodiversity impacts of some agricultural commodity production systems. Conservation Biology 18: 17-37.
English-Loeb G, Rhainds M, Martinson T, Ugine T. 2003. Influence of flowering cover crops on Anagrus parasitoids (Hymenoptera : Mymaridae) and Erythroneura leafhoppers (Homoptera : Cicadellidae) in New York vineyards. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 5: 173-181.
Fairbanks DHK, Hughes CJ, Turpie JK. 2004. Potential impact of viticulture expansion on habitat types in the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa. Biodiversity and Conservation 13: 1075-1100.
Francis C, Lieblein G, Gliessman S, Breland TA, Creamer N, Harwood R, Salomonsson L, Helenius J, Rickerl D, Salvador R, Wiedenhoeft M, Simmons S, Allen P, Altieri M, Flora C, Poincelot R. 2003. Agroecology: The ecology of food systems. Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 22: 99-118.
Frazee SR, Cowling RM, Pressey RL, Turpie JK, Lindenberg N. 2003. Estimating the costs of conserving a biodiversity hotspot: a case-study of the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa. Biological Conservation 112: 275-290.
Gabrey SW, Vohs PA, Jackson DH. 1993. Perceived and Real Crop Damage by Wild Turkeys in Northeastern Iowa. Wildlife Society Bulletin 21: 39-45.
Goulet H, Lesage L, Bostanian NJ, Vincent C, Lasnier J. 2004. Diversity and seasonal activity of ground beetles (Coleoptera : Carabidae) in two vineyards of Southern Quebec, Canada. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 97: 1263-1272.
Heald E, Heald R. 2002. Sustainable viticulture in Switzerland offers global model. In Practical Vineyard and Winery.
Hebrard JP, Loisel R. 1997. Search for factors maintaining terricolous bryoflora richness in isolated habitats .2. Comparison between the sclerophyllous oak groves of the occidental border of the Massif des Maures (Var, France) and their interfaces with the vineyard (in French). Cryptogamie Bryologie Lichenologie 18: 243-271.
Hilty JA, Brooks C, Heaton E, Merenlender AM. 2006. Forecasting the effect of land-use change on native and non-native mammalian predator distributions. Biodiversity and Conservation 15: 2853-2871.
Hilty JA, Merenlender AM. 2002. Wildlife activity along creek corridors. In Practical Vineyard and Winery.
Horiuchi G. 1996. Managing beneficial insects in the vineyard. In Practical Vineyard and Winery.
Howie M. 1998. Sustainable viticulture in Mendocino County. In Practical Vineyard and Winery.
Ingels CA, Scow KM, Whisson DA, Drenovsky RE. 2005. Effects of cover crops on grapevines, yield, juice composition, soil microbial ecology, and gopher activity. American Journal of Enology and Viticulture 56: 19-29.
Isenmann P, Debout G. 2000. Vineyards harbour a relict population of Lesser Grey Shrike (Lanius minor) in Mediterranean France. Journal Fur Ornithologie 141: 435-440.
James DG, Price TS. 2004. Field-testing of methyl salicylate for recruitment and retention of beneficial insects in grapes and hops. Journal of Chemical Ecology 30: 1613-1628.
Laiolo P. 2005. Spatial and seasonal patterns of bird communities in Italian agroecosystems. Conservation Biology 19: 1547-1556.
Mackenzie DE, Christy AG. 2005. The role of soil chemistry in wine grape quality and sustainable soil management in vineyards. Water Science and Technology 51: 27-37.
Martinez-Casanovas JA, Sanchez-Bosch I. 2000. Impact assessment of changes in land use/conservation practices on soil erosion in the Penedes-Anoia vineyard region (NE Spain). Soil & Tillage Research 57: 101-106.
Murphy BC, Rosenheim JA, Granett J. 1996. Habitat diversification for improving biological control: Abundance of Anagrus epos (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) in grape vineyards. Environmental Entomology 25: 495-504.
Neeman G, Izhaki I. 1996. Colonization in an abandoned East-Mediterranean vineyard. Journal of Vegetation Science 7: 465-472.
Nicholls CI, Parrella M, Altieri MA. 2001. The effects of a vegetational corridor on the abundance and dispersal of insect biodiversity within a northern California organic vineyard. Landscape Ecology 16: 133-146.
Norton RL. 1988. Windbreaks - Benefits to Orchard and Vineyard Crops. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 22-3: 205-213.
Ohmart CP, Storm CP, Benbrook CM. 2006. Lodi Rules certification program advances sustainable winegrowing. In Practical Vineyard and Winery.
Pressey RL, Cowling RM, Rouget M. 2003. Formulating conservation targets for biodiversity pattern and process in the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa. Biological Conservation 112: 99-127.
Prischmann DA, James DG, Gingras SN, Snyder WE. 2005. Diversity and abundance of insects and spiders on managed and unmanaged grapevines in southcentral Washington State. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 81: 131-144.
Prischmann DA, James DG, Wright LC, Snyder WE. 2006. Effects of generalist phytoseiid mites and grapevine canopy structure on spider mite (Acari : Tetranychidae) biocontrol. Environmental Entomology 35: 56-67.
Ramos MC, Martinez-Casasnovas JA. 2006. Impact of land levelling on soil moisture and runoff variability in vineyards under different rainfall distributions in a Mediterranean climate and its influence on crop productivity. Journal of Hydrology 321: 131-146.
Ray N, Lehmann A, Joly P. 2002. Modeling spatial distribution of amphibian populations: a GIS approach based on habitat matrix permeability. Biodiversity and Conservation 11: 2143-2165.
Renaud A, Poinsot-Balaguer N, Cortet J, Le Petit J. 2004. Influence of four soil maintenance practices on Collembola communities in a Mediterranean vineyard. Pedobiologia 48: 623-630.
Rouget M, Richardson DM, Cowling RM. 2003. The current configuration of protected areas in the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa - reservation bias and representation of biodiversity patterns and processes. Biological Conservation 112: 129-145.
Rouget M, Richardson DM, Cowling RM, Lloyd JW, Lombard AT. 2003. Current patterns of habitat transformation and future threats to biodiversity in terrestrial ecosystems of the Cape Floristic Region, South Africa. Biological Conservation 112: 63-85.
Schorb A. 2000. Life cycle analysis for different methods of weed control in vineyards. Zeitschrift Fur Pflanzenkrankheiten Und Pflanzenschutz-Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection753-760.
Taines C. 1994. What is sustainable winegrowing? Practical Vineyard and Winery May/June 1994.
Thomson LJ, Neville PJ, Hoffmann AA. 2004. Effective trapping methods for assessing invertebrates in vineyards. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 44: 947-953.
Verhulst J, Baldi A, Kleijn D. 2004. Relationship between land-use intensity and species richness and abundance of birds in Hungary. Agriculture Ecosystems & Environment 104: 465-473.
Williams L, Martinson TE. 2000. Colonization of New York vineyards by Anagrus spp. (Hymenoptera : Mymaridae): Overwintering biology, within-vineyard distribution of wasps, and parasitism of grape leafhopper, Erythroneura spp. (Homoptera : Cicadellidae), eggs. Biological Control 18: 136-146.
Williamson JR, Johnson DT. 2005. Effects of grape berry moth management practices and landscape on arthropod diversity in grape vineyards in the southern United States. Horttechnology 15: 232-238.
Wistrom C, Purcell AH. 2005. The fate of Xylella fastidiosa in vineyard weeds and other alternate hosts in California. Plant Disease 89: 994-999.