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).
Palaeontological excavation site: section in a doline. 3 palynological samples. Mostly Poaceae and Cichorioideae pollens.
Natural site: section in an old river channel. 10 palynological samples + 2 radiocarbon datings. Bad conservation.
Archaeological excavations. 8 palynological samples + 6 radiocabon datings. 3 positive samples.
Archaeological excavations. 2 palynological samples. Nearly sterile samples.
Archaeological excavations. 18 palynological samples. Pollen not very well preserved, some acceptable samples.
Drilling in a wetland area. 39 palynological samples + 3 radiocarbon datings. The results are in conjunction with research on the history of iron mining.
Drilling in a peat-bog. 50 palynological samples + 5 radiocarbon datings. The results are in conjunction with research on the history of iron mining.
Archaeological site: section. 2 palynological samples. Deserted village (Serjilla) in northern Syria. Very poor samples.
Individual genotypes from 210 samples arising from 165 individuals of a maternity roost located in Le Bourg d'Oisans (French Alps), hosting Myotis myotis and Myotis blythii individuals. Num = sample identifier, ID = individual identifier, Sampling = Sampling date, Type = bat type (Myotis myotis, ...
Sections in drain ditches. 7 palynological samples. Sterile or nearly sterile samples.
Drilling in a peat bog. 21 palynological samples + 3 radiocarbon datings. Results and cores given to Imola Juhasz in 1996 (see his PhD thesis defended in 2002).
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.
Natural site: sections. 8 palynological samples. All samples are sterile except one (333 pollen grains).
Pollen analysis - Ponsonby (Chili, Provincia Ultima Esperenza, Patagonia Austral), Emperaire/Legoupil excavations (Riesco Island)
Sections in an archaeological site. 146 palynological samples + 7 radiocarbon datings. 3 series: pingüino, locus 1 et locus 2 (locus 1 very poor).
PROTEKER: a near-shore submarine observatory in the Kerguelen Islands for the long-term monitoring of benthic habitats
PROTEKER is a pilot program that aims at establishing a baseline for assessing the impact of climate change on near-shore marine ecosystems of the Kerguelen Islands by implementing an ecological and genetic monitoring at reference sites. The high diversity of coastal marine ecosystems is usually ...
Archaeological excavation. 3 very poor palynological samples.
Natural site: section in varve. 6 poor palynological samples.
Archaeological excavation. 29 palynological samples in two series.
Natural site. Drilling. 40 palynological samples + 2 radiocabon datings. Often poor conservation. The two radiocarbon datings are in the biginnig of the Subatlantic pollen zone.
Archaeological excavation on the Ricoh plant current location. 13 palynological samples. Poor.
Pollen analyses conducted in 2017 from a sediment core recovered in 2016 (BEUF-2016) at La Beuffarde, Les Hôpitaux-Vieux.
Natural site: peat bog located at the north-west Moras Lake. Russian (GIK) coring dril. 28 palynological samples + 2 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 ...
Archaeological excavation. 12 palynological samples. Sampling in an ancient meander. Up to 37 % of cereals pollen grains.