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GOURIVEAU Emilie

PhD Student
Supervisor: WALTER-SIMONNET Anne-Véronique
At the institute from 3 October 2016 to 31 December 2020
My PhD thesis involves studying of the environmental impact of past and recent human activities in the Northern Vosges Mountains (mines, glassware, military and agro-pastoral activities). This study is based on a multiproxy approach, including palynological, non-pollen palynomorphs (NPP) and geochemistry analyses.

Scientific productions:

Article GOURIVEAU Emilie, RUFFALDI Pascale, Duchamp Loïc, Robin Vincent, Schnitzler Annik, Figus Cécile, WALTER-SIMONNET Anne-Véronique - 2020 - From the Neolithic to the present day: impacts of human presence on biodiversity in the sandstone Northern Vosges (France). - Bulletin Société Géologique de France

Article GOURIVEAU Emilie, RUFFALDI Pascale, Duchamp Loïc, Robin Vincent, Schnitzler Annik, WALTER-SIMONNET Anne-Véronique - 2020 - Holocene vegetation history in the Northern Vosges Mountains (NE France): Palynological, geochemical and sedimentological data. - Holocene

Article Salavert Aurélie, GOURIVEAU Emilie, Messager Erwan, Lebreton Vincent, Kiosak Dmytro - 2020 - Multi-proxy Archaeobotanical Analysis from Mesolithic and Early Neolithic Sites in South-west Ukraine. - Environmental Archaeology

Book BEGEOT Carole, RUFFALDI Pascale, WALTER-SIMONNET Anne-Véronique, Etienne David, GOURIVEAU Emilie, MARIET Anne-Lise - 2019 - Les Vosges : des forêts et des chaumes. - La forêt au Moyen Âge