Data for: Higher flood-frequency periods linked to human activities, increased erosion, and rejuvenation of soils in a subalpine catchment

Published: 24 November 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/j9x7yhcvd4.1
Manon Bajard, Yann Bertrand, Ludovic Gielly, Anne-Lise Develle, Jérôme Poulenard, Francesco Ficetola, Fabien Arnaud, Wentao Chen, Emmanuel Malet, Claire Blanchet, Charline Giguet-Covex, Delphine Rioux, Christian Crouzet, Erwan Messager, Pierre Sabatier


This data set concerns the analysis performed on Lake Gers sediment sequence and includes its age-depth model, data from the short-lived radionuclides, data of the grain-size of the sediments, loss-on-ignition, magnetic susceptibility, XRF geochemistry, the list of the instantaneous deposits, the erosion, the flood-frequency and the data of the DNA of mammals on trees.



Geology, Geochemistry, Sedimentology, Paleobotany, Erosion, Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction, Geochronology, Paleoenvironments