Aix-Marseille University

Status: Public Research University

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Address Jardin du Pharo, 58 Boulevard Charles Livon, 13284, Marseille, France,

Contact Person Yvon Berland (President), ( )



Vincent Ollivier Cyril MONTOYA Estelle Herrscher

Tufa and travertine of the Lesser Caucasus: a light on the Quaternary palaeoenvironment of the Circumcaspian regions
Holocene land use availability inferred to external forcing in Lesser Caucasus landscape changes
Vegetation, fire and climate history of the Lesser Caucasus: a new Holocene record from Zarishat fen (Armenia).
Late Quaternary record of the vegetation and catchment-related changes from Lake Paravani (Javakheti, South Caucasus)
The Upper Palaeolithic site of Kalavan 1 (Armenia): An Epigravettian settlement in the Lesser Caucasus
Shamb travertine, Armenia : evidence of rapid climatic and morphogenic changes around 9000 cal.BP in Lesser Caucasus
Geomorphological studies in the Middle Valley of the Kura River, Azerbaijan. First key to understand the Postglacial landscape mutations linked to climate changes and human occupation
Kalavan-2 (North of Lake Sevan, Armenia): a new Late Middle Palaeolithic site in the Lesser Caucasus
Quaternary volcano-lacustrine patterns and palaeobotanical data in southern Armenia
Environments and societies of small Caucasus (Armenia) in the light of the Quaternary climatic changes and landscape mutations
Neolithic water management and flooding in the Lesser Caucasus (Georgia)
Base level changes, river avulsions and Holocene human settlement dynamics in the Caspian Sea area (middle Kura valley, South Caucasus)
Geomorphic response and 14C chronology of base-level changes induced by Late Quaternary Caspian Sea mobility (middle Kura Valley, Azerbaijan)
Short-Term Occupations At High Elevation During the Middle Paleolithic At Kalavan 2 (Republic of Armenia)
From the Late Upper Paleolithic to the Neolithicin north-western Armenia: Preliminary results
The Upper Palaeolithic site of Kalavan 1 (Armenia): An Epigravettian settlement in the Lesser Caucasus
Dietary Practices, Cultural and Social Identity in the Early Bronze Age Southern Caucasus: the Case of the Kura-Araxes Culture
Dietary Inferences Through Stable Isotope Analysis At the Neolithic and Bronze Age in the Southern Caucasus (Sixth to First Millennium BC, Azerbaijan): from Environmental Adaptation to Social Impacts
The Origins of Millet Cultivation in the South Caucasus: Archaeological and Archaeometric Approaches
Archaeobotanical and Isotopic Evidence of Early Bronze Age Farming Activities and Diet in the Mountainous Environment of the South Caucasus: a Pilot Study of Chobareti Site (Samtskhe-javakheti Region)
Millet Crop and Consumption During the Late Bronze Age in Georgia: First Human and Animal Isotopic Evidence