Claude Goeury

Claude Goeury
French National Centre for Scientific Research | CNRS · Institut mediterranéen de biodiversité et d"écologie marine et continentale

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During the last two decades, numerous studies applied to various continental deposits have highly improved the knowledge of environmental changes in Western Europe during the last climatic cycles. Here we review a set of available data, and try to correlate and compare the three long lacustrine sequences from France (La Grande Pile, Les Echets and...
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Six pollen diagrams from peat bogs in the Vltavský luh (upper Vltava river valley) provide new information about vegetation reconstruction, woodland dynamics, and local development of mires during the Late-glacial and Holocene. Vegetation development began in the Oldest Dryas/Bøling with open park plant cover. In the Allerød, woodland with Pinus an...
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In the volcanic region of Velay (Massif Central, France), lake sediment sequences derived from maar craters situated close to one another (Ribains, Praclaux and Lac du Bouchet) have been correlated on the basis of tephrostratigraphical analyses. This has enabled the construction of a sequence (2980 pollen spectra) that begins during the glaciation...
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In the volcanic region of Velay (Massif Central, France), lake sediment sequences derived from maar craters situated close to one another (Ribains, Praclaux and Lac du Bouchet) have been correlated on the basis of tephrostratigraphical analyses. This has enabled the construction of a sequence (2980 pollen spectral that begins during the glaciation...
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Two palustrine sedimentary sequences were taken at high altitude in the north-east and south-west of the Romanian Carpathian chain. For the first time in Romania, the history of the vegetation, established by pollen analysis, has been supported by 23 14C datings. The two sequences begin in the Late Glacial. At one site, the cooling of the Younger D...
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Pollen analysis was carried out on sediments older than the Würm pleniglacial (OIS 4), in two new sequences (H and I) derived from the centre of Lac du Bouchet, Massif Central. The inferred vegetation history enables, for the first time in France, five temperate episodes to be defined which pre-date the last interglacial. These temperate episodes a...
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A new method to process pollen data derived from honey has been developed. During a three-year study 112 honey samples were collected and representatives of the different region of the island have thus been analysed.Presentation of the results in diagrams appeared to be more precise and more easily readible than the usual tables of frequency classe...
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La recherche de l'impact de la pollution fluorée sur la croissance en diamètre des résineux de la Maurienne (vallée de l'Arc), est menée sur 27 populations des 4 espèces principales [Picea abies (L) Karst, Pinus silvestris L, Abies alba Mill, Larix decidua Mill] échantillonnées en fonction de l'éloignement des sources de pollution, l'exposition et...
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EnglishThe Narse d'Ampoix mire lies in an ancient maar formed during the Lateglacial. The pollenanalysis of a boring made in its center shows that the sedimentary filling started during a cold period characterised by a treeless steppe vegetation corresponding to the Younger Dryas. The Holocene vegetational history is very similar to that described...

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