E. Asouti and P. Austin, Reconstructing woodland vegetation and its exploitation by past societies, based on the analysis and interpretation of archaeological wood charcoal macro-remains, Environmental Archaeology, vol.10, pp.1-18, 2005.

L. Brémond, A. Alexandre, E. Véla, and J. Guiot, Advantages and disadvantages of phytolithes analysis for the reconstruction of Mediterranean vegetation: an assessment based on modern phytolith, pollen and botanical data, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, vol.129, issue.4, pp.213-241, 2004.

A. R. Clapham, T. G. Tutin, and D. M. Moore, Flora of the British Isles, 1987.

C. E. Cordova, S. P. Harrison, P. J. Mudie, S. Riehl, S. A. Leroy et al., Pollen, plant macrofossil and charcoal records for palaeovegetation reconstruction in the Mediterranean-Black Sea Corridor since the Last Glacial Maximum, Quaternary International, vol.197, pp.12-26, 2009.

C. E. Cordova and P. H. Lehman, Holocene environmental change in southwestern Crimea (Ukraine) in pollen and soil records, The Holocene, vol.15, pp.263-77, 2005.

A. Drescher, B. Prots, and A. Yena, Floristic endemism in the Crime, Fritschiana, vol.55, pp.1-76, 2007.

A. A. Formozov, Neolit Kryma i Cernomorskogo poberez'ja Kav-kaza, Materialy i issledovanija po archeologii SSSR, vol.102, pp.89-149, 1962.

G. Fredlund and L. Tieszen, Modern phytolith assemblages from the North American Great Plains, Journal of Biogeography, vol.21, pp.321-356, 1994.

N. Gerasimenko, Environmental changes in the Crimean mountains during the Last Interglacial-middle pleniglacial as recorded by pollen and lithopedology, Quaternary International, vol.164, pp.207-227, 2007.

M. Hanf, M. Madella, A. Alexandre, and T. Ball, The Arable Weeds of Europe. Ludwigshafen: BASF Publications. ICPN Working Group, vol.96, pp.253-60, 1983.

K. Kakhiani, A. Sagona, C. Sagona, E. Kvavadze, G. Bedianishvili et al., Archaeological investigations at Chobareti in Southern Georgia, the Caucasus, Ancient Near Eastern Studies, vol.50, pp.1-138, 2013.
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01411018

Y. G. Kolosov, S. S. Berezanskaya, Y. G. Kolosov, V. A. Kruts, V. V. Otroschenko et al., Neolit Kryma, Arkheologita Ukrainskoi SSR. Pervobytnaya Arkheologiya, vol.1, pp.150-156, 1985.

D. A. Krajnov, Pesccrnaja stojanka Tas-Air 1 kak osnova dlja eriodizacii poslcpaleoliticeskich kul'tur Kryma, Materialy i issledovanija po archeologii AN SSSR, vol.91, pp.1-187, 1960.

C. V. Kremenetski, Holocene vegetation and climate history of southwestern Ukraine, Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, vol.85, pp.289-301, 1995.

A. Kreuz, Closed forest or open woodland as natural vegetation in the surroundings of Linearbandkeramik settlements? Vegetation History and Archaeobotany, vol.17, pp.51-64, 2008.

C. J. Lentfer and W. E. Boyd, A comparison of three methods for the extraction of phytoliths from sediments, Journal of Archaeological Science, vol.25, pp.1159-83, 1998.

C. Leroyer, S. Coubray, G. Allenet, J. Perrière, and J. Pernaud, Vegetation dynamics, human impact and exploitation patterns in the Paris Basin through the Holocene: palynology vs. anthracology, 5th International Meeting of Charcoal Analysis. The charcoal as cultural and biological heritage. Saguntum, papeles del laboratorio de archaelogia de València, vol.11, pp.81-83, 2011.

E. Messager, S. Belmecheri, U. Von-grafenstein, S. Nomade, V. Ollivier et al., Late quaternary record of the vegetation and catchment-related changes from Lake Paravani, Quaternary Science Reviews, vol.77, pp.125-165, 2013.

E. Messager, D. Lordkipanidze, C. Delhon, and C. R. Ferring, , 2010.

, Palaeogeography Palaeoclimatology Palaeoecology, vol.288, pp.1-13

G. Motuzaite-matuzeviciute, The earliest evidence of domesticated wheat in the Crimea at Chalcolithic Ardych-Burun, Journal of Field Archaeology, vol.38, pp.120-128, 2013.

S. Mulholland, Grass opal phytolith production: a basis for archaeological interpretation in the northern plains. Archaeobotany through phytolith analysis symposium, Abstracts of the Annual meeting of the Society of American Archaeology, vol.6, p.4, 1989.

V. A. Onyshchenko, Forest of order Fagatelia sylvaticae in Ukraine, 2009.

S. Péan, S. Puaud, L. Crépin, S. Prat, A. Quilès et al., ): new stratigraphic, paleoenvironmental and chronological results, Radiocarbon, vol.55, issue.2-3, pp.1454-69, 2013.

A. Salavert, D. Bosquet, and F. Damblon, Natural woodland composition and vegetation dynamic during the Linearbandkeramik in north-western Europe (central Belgium, 5200-5000 b.c.), Journal of Archaeological Science
URL : https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-01511040

F. H. Schweingruber, Anatomie europaïscher Hölzer -Anatomy of European woods. Eidgenössische Forschungsanstalt für Wald, Schnee und Landschaft, 1990.

L. Serebriany, Mixed and Deciduous forests, The Physical Geography of Northern Eurasia, pp.234-281, 2002.

D. Y. Telegin, Pro stanovlennya skotarstva i zemlerobstva na pivdennomu zakhodi Evropeiskoyi chastyny SSSR, Arkheologiya, vol.21, pp.17-26, 1977.

D. Y. Telegin, S. S. Berezanskaya, Y. G. Kolosov, V. A. Kruts, V. V. Otroschenko et al., Voprosy kulturno-khronologicheskogo chleneniya i sinkhronizatsii pamyatnikov neolita, Arkheologiya Ukrainskoi SSR. Pervobytnaya Arkheologiya, pp.110-118, 1985.

P. C. Twiss, E. Suess, and R. Smith, Morphology classification of grass phytoliths, Proceedings of the Soil Science Society of America, vol.33, pp.109-124, 1969.

. Salavert, Lateglacial and early-Holocene dry climates from the Balkan peninsula to southern Siberia, Aspects of Palynology and Palaeoecology, vol.70, pp.2-31, 1995.

A. Yanevich, The Neolithic of the Mountainous Crimea. Beyond Balkanization, Baltic Pontic Studies, vol.5, pp.146-59, 1998.

A. Yanevich, Problemi khronologiyi piznomezolitichnoyi murzak-kobinskoyi kultury girskogo Krimu, Doslidzhennya pervisnoi arkheologii v Ukraini. Do 50-richchya vidkrittya paleolitichnoi stoyanki Radomishl, pp.135-180, 2008.

. Salavert, First results of archaeobotanical analysis from Neolithic layers of Buran Kaya IV Environmental Archaeology, 2014.