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Pollen analysis, Rochefort (Suisse, Neuchâtel), Cotencher Cave

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Collected date : from 2019 ongoing

10 palynological samples taken from lower levels (older than 72,000 years). Partly sterile or very corrosive. Interesting presence of hornbeam (Carpinus) mixed with steppics in a sample.

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Pollen analysis - Sciez (F-74), Chemin de la Renouillère

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Collected date : 2019
Creators : Hervé Richard

Archaeologiocal site. Plain in edge of a lake. 4 palynological samples.

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Pollen analysis - Beffia (F-39), Tumulus 2001, En Magne ou sur Magne

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Disciplines : archaeology
Collected date : from 2001 ongoing
Keywords : archaeology palynology
Creators : Hervé Richard

5 palynological samples at the heart of the main burial ground. Almost sterile.

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Pollen analysis - Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil (F-26), 28 avenue de la Forge, calcareous tuff

Dataset
Collected date : from 2019 ongoing
Creators : Hervé Richard

A single palynological sample from a layer of calcareous tuff. Sterile.

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Pollen analysis - Siracusa (Sicile, Italie), Aqueduc du Galermi

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Collected date : from 2019 ongoing
Creators : Hervé Richard

A single palynological sample from carbonates in a Roman aqueduct. Poor but exploitable.

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Pollen analysis - Saint Benoît (F-86), Pièces de la Chaume, carbonates from a Gallo-Roman aqueduct

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Collected date : from 2019 ongoing
Creators : Hervé Richard

Two palynological samples taken from a carbonate inking in the Gallo-Roman aqueduct of Poitiers. Poor.

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Geochemical data on rainfall and groundwater at Douala (Cameroon)

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Collected date : from Jul 2006 to Aug 2017
Creators : Bertil Nlend

Stable isotopes (oxygen-18 and deuterium) data on rainfall at monthly and daily scales at Douala. Concerning groundwater, there is two sets of data: one on water stable isotopes (oxygen-18 and deuterium) and another one on major ion chemistry.

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Clay mineralogical and geochemical expressions of the "Late Campanian Event" in the Aquitaine and Paris basins (France): Palaeoenvironmental implications

Campanian sediments from two French sedimentary basins were studied, using clay mineralogy and stable isotope (δ13C and δ18O) geochemistry, in order to investigate the Late Campanian Event. The clay fraction of the Campanian sediments from the Tercis-les-Bains section (Aquitaine Basin) and from the ...

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