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- Life Basse Vallée de 'Ain
- Parc Naturel Régional du Haut-Jura
- INCUBO: Inventaire des lieux de culte antiques de Bourgogne
- Jurassic Karst - Observatoire hydrogéologique Jura
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Data acquisition method
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: meadow near an archaeological site. 10 palynological samples. Nearly sterile samples.
Natural site near tumulus. 6 palynological samples + 2 radiocarbon datings. Poor. 2 acceptable samples.
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 excavations. 12 palynological samples. Positive.
Natural site: drilling in a swamp forest. 4 palynological samples. Should be looked by new analysis.
Archaeological site, INRAP (ex AFAN) excavation. 43 palynological samples + 1 radiocarbon dating. Two sections (c and e). Very poor samples.
Archaeological excavation. Only one palynological sample. Positive but with some bad conservation problems.
Natural site: section in a doline. 8 palynological samples. Negative or almost. Approximate geographical coordinates (village center).
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. 4 palynological samples: positive. Very forest results: 38% of Tilia pollen.
Archaeological excavation. 2 palynological samples, one very rich.
Archaeological excavation. 6 palynological samples. Only one just positive sample.
Archaeological excavation. 10 palynological samples. Nearly sterile.
Archaeological excavation. 11 palynological samples. Negative or nearly.
Natural site: peat bog. 8 palynological samples. Tests for a future research.
Lacustrin achaeological site. Six sub-lakeside drillings (n° 1 à 6). 54 palynological samples. Many levels with very bad conservation pollen (sand levels). Resuming the samples.
Natural site. Drilling. 8 palynological samples. Only 2 positive samples.
Archaeological site. Samplings in an ancient meander. 6 palynological samples; nearly sterile. Approximate geographical coordinates.
Archaeological excavation in entrance of a cave served as a sheepfold. 53 palynological samples + 10 radiocarbon datings. Several series: 1985, 1988, 1994. Only some acceptable samples.
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.