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Archaeological site. Lake dwelling. 6 palynological samples
Natural site. Peat bog on the northern edge of the lake (Petit lac de Clairvaux). 40 palynological samples.
Archaeological site. Lake dwelling. 4 series (+ 1 samples in "food depot"): CQ 96 (7 samples) ; CZ-DA 99-100 (22 samples) ; CW-CX 96-97 (16 samples) ; detail of the level V (69 samples).+ radiocarbon datings + dendrochronological datings.
Natural site. Lacustrine terrace. 3 palynological samples. Probably Allerød.
Archaeological site. Excavations in Gallo-Roman pits. 3 palynological samples. Approximate geographical coordinates. No clear indication about the site. Archeolabs samples.
Drilling near an archaeological excavation. 3 very poor palynological samples.
Natural site. Drilling border on the lake (all of the Tardiglacial and Holocene). 36 palynological samples.
Pollen current samplings (moss). 24 palynological samples. Photos with the line transects of samplings and the environmental conditions of the west side of the lac de Chalain in 1995 (particulary the two neolithic houses reconstitutions). Undeveloped results.
Archaeological site. Lake dwelling. 232 palynological samples (199 samples by Eliane Bourgeois, 31 by H. Richard, 2 by G. Chassepot).
Archaeological excavations. 18 palynological samples in two series: 2002-2003 (positive) and 2004 (negative).
Natural site: lacustrine drilling. 2 palynological samples. 800 metres upstream of J. Heim's analysis (1980).
Natural site: peat bog. 101 palynological samples + 1 radiocarbon dating + 1 dating on an oak tree (2019) found at the lower of the peat layer: 5710 +/-35 BP.
Natural site: section in varve. 6 poor palynological samples.
Archaeological excavation. 29 palynological samples in two series.
Natural site, geological section. 50 palynological samples. Bad preservation pollen grains.
Archaeological site. Ancient meander in a meadow. 38 palynological samples. 1 radiocarbon dating. Geological sections (3 different sites) during roadworks.
Archaeological site, ash level. 5 palynological samples. Very high Cerealia pollen type rates.
Archaeological site in the alluvial plain (Doubs river). 9 palynological samples. Generally poor samples.
Natural site: peat bog. 24 palynological samples. RN5 detour road to the northeast of the town.
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).