Archaeological excavation, entrance porch of a cave. 12 palynological samples + 14C datings.
Archaeological site: bell beakers pit dugs. 8 palynological samples. Almost sterile samples. Approximate geographical coordinates.
Archaeological excavation: rock shelter. 8 palynological samples. Poor samples.
Natural site. Drilling. 8 palynological samples. Only 2 positive samples.
Archaeological excavations. 16 palynological samples: 4 in 2005 by Sébastien Guillon (sterile samples) and 12 in 2010 by Hervé Richard (contrasting but sometimes exploitable results).
Natural site, section. 38 palynological samples + 3 radiocarbon datings.
Natural site: drilling in a wetland. 76 palynological samples + 12 radiocarbon datings. Very complex age-depth model due to an irregular sedimentation caused by the shifting of the creek.
Archaeological excavations. 18 palynological samples. Pollen not very well preserved, some acceptable samples.
Archaeological excavation (content of a Neolithic ceramic). Only one palynological sample. Very poor: very bad conservation.
Urban archaeological excavation. 46 palynological samples + 3 radiocarbon datings. Interesting results: should be published.
Natural site: drilling. 27 palynological samples + 6 radiocarbon datings. To publish in its entirety.
Archaeological excavation. 4 palynological samples. Good conservation. Sedimentary infil of an ancient meander (other ancient meanders are visible on aerial photographs). One 14C : 10120 +/- 50 BP.
Archaeological excavation. 6 palynological samples. Only one just positive sample.
Archaeological excavation in entrance of a cave served as a sheepfold. 53 palynological samples + 10 radiocarbon datings. Several series: 1985, 1988, 1994. Only some acceptable samples.
Natural site: section. 6 palynological samples. Top of the section in the "argiles d'Albens" (Albens clays)
Natural site: section in glaciolacustrine sediment. One palynological sample, probably Oldest Dryas.
Archaeological excavation. 2 palynological samples; one very rich.
Two palynological samples from moss used to fill the gaps between the construction elements of an alpine chalet. Dendrochronological date: 1750 AD.
Five palynological samples from moss used to fill the gaps between the construction elements of an alpine chalet. Dendrochronological date: between 1608 and 1700 AD.
Archaeological site: lime mortar from a wall. Only one palynological sample. Test in the mortar of the fortified house.
Archaeological site: stone sarcophagus. 6 palynological samples. Very bad conservation.
Urban archaeological excavation. 2 palynological samples. Negative.
Archaeological site: excavation in Roman camp. 2 palynological samples. Nearly sterile samples.
Natural site, drilling. 6 palynological samples. Very bad conservation. Approximate geographical coordinates (village center).
Natural site: meadow near an archaeological site. 10 palynological samples. Nearly sterile samples.