10 palynological samples taken from lower levels (older than 72,000 years). Partly sterile or very corrosive. Interesting presence of hornbeam (Carpinus) mixed with steppics in a sample.
Pollen analysis - Labergement-Sainte-Marie (F-25), Between the two lakes. M. Magny/V. Bichet Transects
Natural site. Peat bog between Saint-Point lake and Remoray lake. 10 palynological samples + 15 radiocarbon datings.
Natural site: geological section border on the Ain river. 2 palynological samples.
Natural site, wet meadow. 13 palynological samples. Lacustrine chalk-peat limit.
Natural site: lignite level in the foundations of the lycée building. 2 palynological samples; only 8/9 pollen grains.
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).
Natural site. Geological section in pleniglacial varves. 3 palynological samples.
Recent work, part of a process of opening up to multidisciplinarity, has underlined that the organisation of rural societies can no longer be understood without taking into account their relationship to space. These developments are now leading to work on the spatial dimension of data extracted from ...
4 palynological samples from two Roman wells.
Natural site: lake. Lake bottom sampling during the 2018 drought. 9 palynological samples.
A single palynological sample from a layer of calcareous tuff. Sterile.
Two palynological samples taken from a carbonate inking in the Gallo-Roman aqueduct of Poitiers. Poor.
Marcs tax registers annually recorded heads of households in Dijon, indicating their name, amount of tax or lack of tax for exemption, death or departure, their home location (parish and street) and in some cases their profession. Additional informations such as a move within or outside the city, or ...
Section in the holocene caving of Flims. 6 sterile palynological samples.
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.
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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.
Archaeological site: lime mortar from a wall. Only one palynological sample. Test in the mortar of the fortified house.
Natural site: section. 6 palynological samples. Top of the section in the "argiles d'Albens" (Albens clays)
Urban archaeological excavation. 10 palynological samples. "Urban" typical results.
Archaeological excavation. 18 palynological samples + 2 radiocarbon datings. 6 acceptable samples.
Natural site: lake formed in 1442 upstream a natural dam due to a rockslide. Drilling. 16 palynological samples. Opportunities to demonstrate seasonal rhythms.