Natural site: transect lines in the peat bob border on the lac. 26 palynological samples.
Natural site; lacustrine drilling. 153 palynological samples + 19 radiocarbon datings.
Natural site. Geological section along the Drouvenant creek. Pleniglacial varves. Only one palynological sample.
Natural site. Geological section border on the Ain river. Only one nearly sterile palynological sample.
Natural site: peat bog border on the lake. Two series: Narlay II (NY II) and Narlay 2003. 63 palynological samples in Narlay II; 25 in Narlay 2003 (18 by S. Guillon) + 19 radiocarbon datings. Unpublished data in its entirety. Ancient analysis by S. Wegmüller in 1966.
Natural site. Organic level into the lower river terrace of the Ain river. 3 palynological samples. Presence of Fagus and Juglans pollen grains (= pollution).
Natural site. Geological section border on the Ain river. 25 palynological samples very low in pollen grains. Other analysis by Bohneke (1987) and Duverne (1958).
A single palynological sample from a layer of calcareous tuff. Sterile.
A single palynological sample from carbonates in a Roman aqueduct. Poor but exploitable.
Natural site: drilling. 15 palynological samples.
Natural site, wetland near La Creuse river. Located in the earth of "Grand Pressigny" neolithic sites. 26 palynological samples + 4 radiocarbon datings. First drilling in 1985 (by A. Marguet, M. Magny, H. Richard)
This project is about the study in 2D-cells of fractured media, contaminated by pure phase hydrocarbons. Cosidered systems are made of 3 non-miscible fluids (air, water and hydrocarbons), considering light and dense hydrocarbons. First, the fluids behavior and the distribution of contaminants were ...
PROTEKER: a near-shore submarine observatory in the Kerguelen Islands for the long-term monitoring of benthic habitats
PROTEKER is a pilot program that aims at establishing a baseline for assessing the impact of climate change on near-shore marine ecosystems of the Kerguelen Islands by implementing an ecological and genetic monitoring at reference sites. The high diversity of coastal marine ecosystems is usually ...
The excel file contains the schedule of the longest dry sequences over the Mediterranean basin, detected during the season from September to April, between 1957 and 2013.
Natural site: section in varve. 6 poor palynological samples.
Natural site. Drilling. 40 palynological samples + 2 radiocabon datings. Often poor conservation. The two radiocarbon datings are in the biginnig of the Subatlantic pollen zone.
The HISTORISK database lists and describes hazards having caused disasters and consequently recorded in archives and historic document (maps, paintings, newspapers, etc.) occured in France (mainland and overseas territories) since the Middle Ages. From 2018, new data of the same type will concern ...
Natural site: drilling. 27 palynological samples + 6 radiocarbon datings. To publish in its entirety.
Natural site: section in glaciolacustrine sediment. One palynological sample, probably Oldest Dryas.
Natural site: peat bog. 63 palynological samples. A reanalysis was taken by Elena Ortu while in the Edytem laboratory in Chambéry, and then by Fernand David (Aix-Marseille University).
Natural site: peat bog in the north edge of the lake. 5 palynological samples. 1st half of the subatlantic period at 2.15 m depth. Should be looked by new analysis.
Natural site: section. 6 palynological samples. Top of the section in the "argiles d'Albens" (Albens clays)
Natural site: drilling in an ancient meander of the Rhône river. 17 palynological samples. Site included and completed in the HDR of Emilie Gauthier (2012).
Natural site. Core in a wet meadow border on northeast of the "l'étang de Mauguio". 41 palynological samples + 3 radiocarbon datings. Aroud 40 further samples have been read by Didier Galop (GEODE, Toulouse). Pollen diagram never published.
Natural site: high lacustrine terrace on the right bank of the Doubs river. 102 palynological samples + 1 radiocarbon dating. 10,30 meters length core. 1 radiocarbon dating between 5,90 and 6,00 m = 8250 ± 50 BP (too old : Hard Water Effect ?).