Main affiliation : Archéologie et Sciences de l'Antiquité (UMR 7041)
Eight pollen tests carried out on a borehole about one metre deep from a peat bog in the Brotonne forest. Samples very rich in pollen and spores. Last two millennia (Middle Ages?).
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: drilling. 4 palynological samples + one radiocabon dating. Acceptable results but very marked by wet environment (alnus, cyperaceae).
Natural site: lake formed in 1442 upstream a natural dam due to a rockslide. Drilling. 16 palynological samples. Opportunities to demonstrate seasonal rhythms.
Archaeological excavations. 16 palynological samples: 4 in 2005 by Sébastien Guillon (sterile samples) and 12 in 2010 by Hervé Richard (contrasting but sometimes exploitable results).
Archaeological excavation. Only one palynological sample. Positive but with some bad conservation problems.
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.
Archaeological excavations. 18 palynological samples. Pollen not very well preserved, some acceptable samples.
Natural site: section. 2 palynological samples. Poor.
Natural site, swamp. 77 palynological samples.
Archaeological site: ditch in the alluvial plain. Only one palynological sample.
Natural site, creekside. 22 palynological samples + one radiocarbon dating.
Archaeological excavation. 7 palynological samples. Nearly sterile samples.
Archaeological site: section in an excavation. 14 palynological samples.
Site naturel: meadow border on the lake. 13 palynological samples. Upper terrace: Boreal and lower Atlantic.
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.
Archaeological site, excavations, sections along trenches. 44 palynological samples. Very complicated results, difficult to interpret (local and regional pollinic inputs). Overall this results remain disappointing.