- environmental sciences
- geography, physical
- geosciences, multidisciplinary
- biodiversity conservation
- water resources
- chemistry, analytical
- astronomy & astrophysics
- meteorology & atmospheric sciences
- cell biology
- health care sciences & services
- geochemistry & geophysics
- plant sciences
- agriculture, multidisciplinary
- anatomy & morphology
- behavioral sciences
- biochemistry & molecular biology
- instruments & instrumentation
- marine & freshwater biology
- multidisciplinary sciences
- remote sensing
- reproductive biology
- Life Basse Vallée de 'Ain
- Parc Naturel Régional du Haut-Jura
- EWET - EmsB Website for Echinococcus Typing
- Galactic Cold Cores: A Herschel survey of the source populations revealed by Planck
- Suivi moléculaire du projet Galactic Cold Cores : le lien entre cœur prestellaire et filaments interstellaires.
- GDRI Ecosystem Health and Environmental Disease Ecology
- Global Paleofire Working Group
- Jurassic Karst - Observatoire hydrogéologique Jura
- Ecology of Infectious Diseases
- Théoriser et modéliser pour aménager
- CECURE - Contamination of the Environment and Circulation in Urban and Rural areas of Echinococcus multilocularis
- PREDIT Bruit Scolarité
- PROTEA DOC-SA
- RODENT (CESA ANR 2009)
- SNO OMIV
Data acquisition method
Archaeological site (lake dwelling): coprolites. 26 palynological samples. The results are difficult to interpret.
Archaeological digs. 3 palynological samples. Poor.
Archaeological site (workshop for cutting firestone) + paleosol. 7 palynological samples. Very poor. Report together with the site of Archette (88) + one sample in 1988.
Archaeological site (lake dwelling): sub-lacustrine drillings. 100 palynological samples. 4 different drillings : C21, C22, C23, C24. Never published.
Archaeological site: INRAP digs. 2 palynological samples. Approximate geographical coordinates.
Archaeological site (lake dwelling): drilling border on the lake. 26 palynological samples. Archaeological level dated of the late Bronze age: dendrochronological dating (maximum 810 BC).
Archaeological site: tumulus digs ("tombe à char"). 11 palynological samples (7 samples in 1988 and 4 in 1989) + one radiocarbon dating. Poor.
Archaeological site, probably on the hill overlooking Cocheren. 3 palynological samples. Very bad conservation.
Archaeological site: digs. 21 palynological samples. Poor.
Archaeological excavations. 11 palynological samples; 4 positive samples. Very high rates of Brassicaceae pollen in an ancient well.
Natural site: geological section in a doline. 3 palynological samples. Negative. Approximate geographical coordinates: in the center of the village.
Natural site: drilling. 4 palynological samples + one radiocabon dating. Acceptable results but very marked by wet environment (alnus, cyperaceae).
Natural site: sedimentary filling of a doline. 3 palynological samples. Negative. Approximate geographical coordinates.
Archaeological site: digs. 5 palynological samples. Poor.
Archaeological site: digs. Only one palynological sample. Sterile.
Archaeological site: digs. 27 palynological samples. Two different series. Almost sterile.
Natural site, geological sections. 21 palynological samples.
Archaeological site in a wetland. 15 palynological samples + one radiocarbon dating. Near the chariot wheel dating from the VIIIe century BC.
Archaeological site : urban digs. 4 palynological samples. Poor.
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)
Archaeological site: digs. 8 palynological samples. Negative upper samples.
Natural site: drilling. 71 palynological samples + 4 radiocarbon datings (one is wrong). Malacological studie made by Nicole Limondin (1997).
Archaeological site: sections border on the lake. 11 palynological samples, only one positive (Boreal period).
Archaeological site: ditch in the alluvial plain. Only one palynological sample. Approximate geographical coordinates.
Archaeological site: Merovingian tombs. 2 palynological samples. Approximate geographical coordinates (Town hall of Arcenant).