Natural site: drilling with motorised "russian" core. 120 palynological samples. + 6 radiocarbon datings. 2015 publication: only the "gallo-roman" part.
Natural site: drilling. 71 palynological samples + 4 radiocarbon datings (one is wrong, too recent). Malacological studies by Nicole Limondin (1997).
Archaeological site: rock shelter. 10 palynological samples. Only one acceptable result. Archaeological excavation: Ch. Cupillard, SRA de Franche-Comté.
Archaeological excavation of rural settlement. 7 palynological samples. Approximate geographical coordinates.
Archaeological site. Lake dwelling. 9 palynological samples (related to M. Magny PhD thesis, 1991).
Peat bog; 51 palynological samples. Other analyses on this site by Carole Bégeot and Pascale Ruffaldi (2006)
Natural site: wooded swamp. 144 palynological samples with 2 radiocarbon datings. Sometimes quite poor. Further analyses were done in the village of Grozon around the salt springs by E. Gauthier (PhD, 2001).
Archaeological site. Lake dwelling. 14 palynological samples + radiocarbon and dendrochronological datings.
Natural site over the alignment of the A39 motorway; drilling. Two series: T1 (18 poor samples) and T2 (88 palynological samples + 2 radiocarbon datings). Samples often difficult to read. Publication CRAS, 1996.
Natural site border on the Annecy lake. 16 meters drilling, with boring machine (Apageo) and "russian" corer. 183 palynological samples in 1995 and 24 in 2019 + 9 radiocarbon datings. Never published in its totality.
Archaeological site. Lake dwelling. 18 palynological samples.
Archaeological site. Lake dwelling. 11 palynological samples.
Medieval radiating drainage network, built to drain a post-glacial pond developed in an endoreic depression of periglacial eolian origin linked to the Ensérune archaeological site. In 2005: drilling, 10 samples read + one 14C dating; all the rest of the samples read by Sébastien Guillon. In 2021, ...
Archaeological excavations. 18 palynological samples in two series: 2002-2003 (positive) and 2004 (negative).
4 palynological samples from two Roman wells.
Natural site: lake. Lake bottom sampling during the 2018 drought. 9 palynological samples.
Natural site: peat bog. 16 palynological samples in 2019. 3 radiocarbon datings. Palynological tests positive. The last six millennia. Worth re-analyzing with a tighter sampling step and new dates.
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.
Natural site, swamp. 77 palynological samples.
Natural site: pond edge. 2 palynological samples.
Archaeological site: section in the rampart. 12 palynological samples: 4 positive.
Archaeological site, digs. Only one nearly sterile palynological sample.
Archaeological site: ditch in the alluvial plain. Only one palynological sample.
Natural site: peat bog near the lake's outlet. 16 palynological samples. The selection was made in several drillings.
Pollen analysis conducted in 2018 from a sediment core recovered in 2016 (OMISALJ-2016) at Omisalj, Krk Island.