Air temperature and monitoring in the Dijon agglomeration for high-resolution monitoring of the urban heat island (50 stations, record sampling every 20 minutes, period June 2014 onwards)
Air temperature and monitoring in the Dijon agglomeration by bike (one measurement every 5m) to characterize the urban heat island at very high resolution along constant transects
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.
Two series of pollen analyses at En Delèze, Dizy. Natural site: peat bog. Series 1: Samples from three trenches (M20, M25 et M80) Series 2: Drilling with a mechanized Russian core (DZ6) All together, 289 samples analysed and 18 14C dates.
The structural dataset gives the orientation of structural elements (bedding, cleavage, foliation, lineation, etc.). The data are georeferenced in the World Geodetic System 1984.
The dataset is composed of several hundreds of primate skulls. They have been scanned with micro CT scanner and surface scanners. The region of interest of this dataset is the cranial base so the muzzle and the anterior part could be missing.
Data from the JURAQUAKE seismological network. This temporary network is currently composed of 6 seismic stations located north of Besançon and aims to record microseismicity in the area for research purpose.
Natural site: drilling. 15 palynological samples.
Natural site: peat bog. 8 palynological samples. Tests for a future research.
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).
Natural site: section in varve. 6 poor palynological samples.
Natural site border on the Annecy lake. 16 meters drilling, with boring machine (Apageo) and "russian" corer. 183 palynological samples + 6 radiocarbon datings. Never published in its totality.
Natural site: section in glaciolacustrine sediment. One palynological sample, probably Oldest Dryas.
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.
Natural site: drilling in a swamp forest. 4 palynological samples. 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.
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 over the alignment of the A39 motorway; drilling. 88 palynological samples + 2 radiocarbon datings. Samples often difficult to read. Publication CRAS, 1996.