Cave entrance. Magdalenian and Mesolithic habitat. 4 palynological samples.
Natural site: lake destroyed by CNR -Compagnie Nationale du Rhône- work (1981-1983). 24 palynological samples.
Neolithic lake dwelling. 4 palynological samples.
Underwater lake archaeological site, underwater drilling. 104 palynological samples.
Natural site: lake destroyed by the CNR (Compagnie Nationale du Rhône) 1980-1981. 133 palynological samples.
Current site, sheep meadow. 4 palynological samples. Samples of sheep dungs (3 in the meadow + 1 in the stable) for comparison with the coproliths of the Neolithic site of Clairvaux.
Archaeological excavation. 23 palynological samples. 2 acceptable samples.
Sample of peat surrounding a flint on deposit in the Grand Pressigny Museum. Only one palynological sample.
Natural site, drilling in a wet plain. 18 palynological samples.
Natural site, swamp. 77 palynological samples.
Natural site, creekside. 22 palynological samples + one radiocarbon dating.
Natural site, edge of lake. 8 palynological samples.
Natural site: peat bog. 28 palynological samples.
Archaeological neolithic lake dwelling. 86 palynological samples.
Peat bog around castral mound. 21 palynological samples + 1 radiocarbon dating.
Archaeological excavation. Antiquity and older. 4 palynological samples.
Archaeological site: ditch on the edge of a castle mound. 4 palynological samples.
Natural site: pond edge. 2 palynological samples.
Archaeologiocal site. Section along the Epte River. 30 palynological samples. Preboreal.
Archaeological site. Castle moats. Only one palynological sample.
Natural site: drilling in a wet plain. 14 palynological samples.
Archaeological site, pit. Only one palynological sample.
A data set for the project ‘BIOTROPH’. The aim of this study was to estimate functional role of the taxonomic diversity of available resources in the field on trophic exposure of small mammals (wood mice ‘Apodemus sylvaticus’) to trace metals (TM; principally cadmium, lead and zinc). The data was ...
Stress hormones, telomere lenght, and reproductive success for breeding bird in the Chaux forest.
DCF77 is a Very Low Frequency (VLF) emitter located in Mainflingen, Germany, about 400 km away from Besançon, France. The objective of the collected data is to measure the time of flight of the 77.5 kHz signal with respect to GPS 1 PPS used as reference, and assess the dependence with ionospheric ...