Archaeological excavations. 2 negative palynological samples.
Archaeological site: excavation in a ditch. 2 palynological samples. Negative.
Archaeological excavation (INRAP). 9 palynological samples; only one acceptable sample.
Natural site: peat bog located at the north-west Moras Lake. Russian (GIK) coring dril. 28 palynological samples + 3 datings 14C. Very beautiful Boreal sequence (several meters). Great wealth in taxa (61 different taxa for the 28 levels analyzed). It was then re-started by Emilie Gauthier and in ...
WRF-CORDEX simulations on the Mediterranean MED-44 domain at 44 kms resolution. The version of the WRF model is 3.8.1 (Advance Research WRF dynamics (Skamarock et al 2008.)) forced by ERA-interim for the control run and CCSM4 for the scenarios. 4 sets of data are therefore available: the control run ...
WRF-CORDEX simulations on the European EUR-44 domain at 44 kms resolution. The version of the WRF model is 3.8.1 (Advance Research WRF dynamics (Skamarock et al 2008.)) forced by ERA-interim for the control run and CCSM4 for the scenarios. 4 sets of data are therefore available: the control run over ...
Archaeological excavation. 25 palynological samples. Very positive results to be exploited. Very complete report (H. Richard, 1997).
Archaeological excavations. 24 palynological samples divided into 3 series (1992, 2011 et 2015).
Archaeological excavation. 2 very poor palynological samples.
Archaeological site, excavations. 3 palynological samples: positive.
Archaeological site, INRAP excavations. 6 palynological samples: 5 nearly sterile / 1 positive.
INRAP archaeological survey. 4 nearly sterile palynological samples.
Archaeological site, INRAP digs. 6 palynological samples. Rich enough.
Archaeological site: INRAP excavations. 2 palynological samples. Approximate geographical coordinates.
Archaeological site (lake dwelling): coprolites. 26 palynological samples. The results are difficult to interpret.
Urban archaeological site; ancient meander. 12 palynological samples. Very poor, unexploitable results.
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).
Archaeological site (workshop for cutting firestone) + paleosol. 7 palynological samples. Very poor. Report together with the site of Archette (88) + one sample in 1988.
Sections in archaeological excavations. 32 palynological samples. Very bad conservation: nearly sterile 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)
Two moss samples taken from a Roman boat. This moss ("Neckera crispa") was used to caulk the gaps between the construction elements of this boat. The pollens preserved in these mosses are dominated by beech, fir and spruce so these mosses were probably collected on the limestone sides of the Jura ...
Archaeological excavation. 10 palynological samples. Nearly sterile.
Archaeological site: section. 19 palynological samples. Positive results overall.
Natural site. Drillings. 7 palynological samples, difficult to read. The rest of the samples were not analysed in Besançon.
Archaeological excavations. 2 palynological samples. Nearly sterile samples.