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
Natural site: drilling. 15 palynological samples.
OMIV - Time serie of seismic waveforms recorded on landslides and catalogue of endogenous seismic events
Seismic waveforms continuous records acquired on OMIV landslides at 250 Hz in miniseed standardized file format. Instrumental catalogue of endogenous seismic events.
Natural site: peat bog. 8 palynological samples. Tests for a future research.
GPS/GNSS observations acquired on OMIV landslides at 24h/30s session/frequency in Rinex standardized file format. Time series of sensor positions and baselines (E, N, Up components).
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: drilling in a swamp forest. 4 palynological samples. Should be looked by new analysis.
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.
Natural site: peat bog and lake. 9 palynological samples. Geographical coordinates in the center of the residual lake.
GNSS time-series on 6 sites in the French JURA arc, located taking into account a tectonic-neotectonic strategy. The GPS-JURA network is integrated in the French national RENAG network (CNRS-INSU) for research geodesy.
Hydrogeochemical monitoring of karst springs in the Jura mountains
Monitoring of greenhouse gas emissions (CO2, CH4, N2O), using field incubation chambers, in the region Cathedral Peak (KwaZulu Natal nature reserve, South Africa)
Natural site: peat bog. 64 palynological samples + 6 radiocarbon datings. The results are difficult to interpret due to a possible inversion of a core depth levels.
This database contains a set of petrographical, mineralogical and geochemical data from ores collected in the Bou Arhous deposit in Morocco
Natural site. Drilling border on the lake. 36 palynological samples.
The TEOM (Tapered Element Oscillating Microbalance) instrument was settled in Dedougou (Burkina Faso) in March 2012. It automatically measures the PM10 (particulate matter which diameter is lower than 10µm) mass concentrations at the surface (at 2m) at a 15mn time-step, and day and night. The ...
HydraVitis high spatial resolution hourly near ground air temperature data set, collected in a Burgundy (France) vineyard from 2014
This database collects temperature data collected at a 15 minutes time step by thermal probes (HoBo Pendant) located at 60 cm from the ground, on simple upper radiation shelters. The network is located in a wine growing region in Burgundy, around Aloxe Corton (47°04' N ; 4°51' E). 45 sensors are ...
High freqency field measurements of hydrochemical parameters (Ca, Mg, K, Na, Cl, SO4, SiO2) and physical parameters (electrical conductivy, temperature and water levels. -Sept 2010-sept 2012 : 4 springs with automatic water samplers (major elements), 4 CTD probes (OTT CTD) for electrical ...
The aim of the Global Charcoal Database (GCD) is to provide the scientific community with a global paleofire dataset for research and archiving sedimentary records of fire. The GCD is managed by the Global Paleofire Working Group – GPWG. The GCD is funded and support by: the PAGES initiative and the ...