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PrécisionPublications_scientifiques
ThèmeAménagementsArchéologie
Contaminants associésCrues
ErosionGéochimie
GéomorphologieGestion
Interactions faune ou florePaléoenvironnements
RéglementationStocks
ThermieTransport solide
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AuteurMorin E. et al.
Date de publication2014
ReferenceMorphological and sedimentary evolution of an alluvial floodplain in an urban area: geoarchaeological approaches and applications (Tours, France), Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 46, pp 255-269
RattachementUMR 7324 CITERES Laboratoire Archéologie et Territoires, Université François-Rabelais/CNRS ? Tours Service Archéologique Départemental du Loiret, Cité Administrative Coligny, 131, rue du Faubourg Bannier, 45042 Orléans, France EA 6293 Géo-Hydrosyst
Période considéréeAnthropocène
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IMG Figure 1: Location maps. (a) location of the study area in north-western Europe. (b) current digital elevation model of the studied area. 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 2: Simplified structure of the sedimentary database for the alluvial plain of Tours. 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 3: 14C and OSL dates obtained in the former urban space of Tours. 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 4: Geostatistical model of the altitude of the top of the limestone bedrock of the alluvial plain of Tours. A: highest point of the top of the calcareous bedrock 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 5: Predicted standard error of the geostatistical model of the altitude of the top of the limestone bedrock of the alluvial plain of Tours. 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 6: Geostatistical model of the altitude of the top of the alluvium in the alluvial plain of Tours (R²: 0.72; mean standardized error: 0.010; average standard error: 0.92 m). A: highest point o... 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 7: Predicted standard error of the geostatistical model of the altitude of the top of the alluvium in the alluvial plain of Tours. 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 8: Geostatistical model of the altitude of the top of the alluvium in the former urban space of Tours, and modifications of the location of the left bank of the Loire linked to advances in area... 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 9: Geostatistical model of the accumulated thickness of silty-clayey and peaty deposits in the alluvial plain of Tours 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 10: Predicted standard error of the geostatistical model of the accumulated thickness of clayey-silty and clayey-peaty silt in the alluvial plain of Tours. 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 11: Geostatistical model of the thickness of anthropogenic deposits in the alluvial plain of Tours. A: plain of La Gloriette; B: Beaujardin district; C: the Rives du Cher district; D: the Deux... 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 12: Predicted standard error of the geostatistical model of the thickness of anthropogenic deposits in the alluvial plain of Tours. 2014 Morin E. et al.
IMG Figure 13: Stratigraphic cross-section in the former urban space of Tours. 2014 Morin E. et al.