Natural site: drilling. 15 palynological samples.
Eleven populations of Nuphar lutea were sampled in eleven wetlands differing in physicochemical characteristics and spread along three rivers (the Ain, the Doubs and the Loue Rivers). Fifteen traits, grouped into four sets (growth, reproduction, storage and defence), were measured during the growing ...
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)
Paleoparasitological data from the analysis of three samples collected from German soldiers dated to the First World War.
This database contains information on the weekly monitoring of cholera in the health zones of the DRC since 2000.
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.
CECURE-Contamination of the Environment and Circulation in Urban and Rural areas of Echinococcus multilocularis
A copro-sample collection was created for the CECURE project. The aim of this study was to assess the relative role of carnivore hosts (mainly fox, dog, cat) in the speading and circulation of the parasite Echinococcus multilocularis in the urban and rural environnement in order to assess the ...
DNA Library is a database associated to a web interface, created to improve the storage and the life of a biological sample collection, closely related to the research activities of the National Reference Center for Echinococcosis (CNR Echinococcoses, University Hospital of Besançon, France). A ...
The EWET database (EWET-DB) contains genotyping data on the parasite Echinococcus multilocularis, obtained after the analysis of the microsatellite EmsB. A set of information is also avaible on the sampled parasite isolates (host, geographical position, sampling conditions, laboratory of reference, ...
The excel file contains the schedule of the longest dry sequences over the Mediterranean basin, detected during the season from September to April, between 1957 and 2013.
Natural site: section in varve. 6 poor palynological samples.
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.
Natural site: drilling. 27 palynological samples + 6 radiocarbon datings. To publish in its entirety.
Natural site: section in glaciolacustrine sediment. One palynological sample, probably Oldest Dryas.
Natural site: peat bog. 63 palynological samples. A reanalysis was taken by Elena Ortu while in the Edytem laboratory in Chambéry, and then by Fernand David (Aix-Marseille University).
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.
Natural site: drilling in an ancient meander of the Rhône river. 17 palynological samples. Site included and completed in the HDR of Emilie Gauthier (2012).
Natural site. Core in a wet meadow border on northeast of the "l'étang de Mauguio". 41 palynological samples + 3 radiocarbon datings. Aroud 40 further samples have been read by Didier Galop (GEODE, Toulouse). Pollen diagram never published.
Traplines and captures of small mammals carried out mostly in Septfontaines (canton of Levier) and around, from 1979 to 2000, as part of Pierre Delattre and his crew's research.