Archaeological excavation. 5 palynological samples; near negative. Report sent to SRA Franche-Comté.
Archaeological site. Swamp-spring. 6 palynological samples; only one positive.
Archaeological site; swamp. 6 palynological samples. Voir : Pétrequin P. et Weller O., 2001. Les sources salées du Jura, ADLFI
Archaeological site, meadow. 19 palynological samples with very few pollen grains.
Natural site. Geological section along the Drouvenant creek. Pleniglacial varves. Only one palynological sample.
Natural site: geological section border on the Ain river. 2 palynological samples.
Natural site. Geological section border on the Ain river. Only one nearly sterile palynological sample.
Natural site, wet meadow. 13 palynological samples. Lacustrine chalk-peat limit.
Archaeological site (paleontologic), "aven". 8 palynological samples. Very poor samples. Other analysis by J. Argant (2010)
Archaeological excavation: rock shelter. 5 palynological samples. 1 sample in "Abri de Chateauneuf" (47°09'13.28/5°54'14.05). First analysis: J. Heim, 1979.
Site naturel: meadow border on the lake. 13 palynological samples. Upper terrace: Boreal and lower Atlantic.
Archaelogical site, settlement (?). 2 palynological samples. Very poor (19 and 22 pollen grains).
Natural site. 3 palynological samples. Approximate geographical coordinates
Archaeological excavation. 4 palynological samples
Urban archaeological site. 16 palynological samples. Vegetal macro-remains studied by Archéolabs.
Archaeological dig; rock shelter. 12 palynological samples. 1 radiocarbon date: 9160 +/- 120 BC.
Natural site: lignite level in the foundations of the lycée building. 2 palynological samples; only 8/9 pollen grains.
Natural site: peat bog border on the lake. 9 palynological samples.
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 Unpublished data in its entirety.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.
Archaeological site: battlement in a fortified camp at La Bridelle. 2 palynological samples.
Archaelogical site, wet meadow (?). Only one palynological sample.
Natural site; marsh. 8 palynological samples. Bad conservation. See F. Firtion, 1950.
Natural site; marsh. 4 palynological samples. Very bad conservation. Deep drilling in clay levels.
Natural site. Organic level into the lower river terrace of the Ain river. 3 palynological samples. Presence of Fagus and Juglans pollen grains (= pollution).