Droit et réalité de la recherche. Questions soulevées par les " Inventaires archéozoologiques et archéobotaniques de France "

Abstract : The Inventaires archéozoologiques et archéobotaniques de France (I2af) database collects bioarchaeological informations (fauna and flora), including 85% of unpublished literature (research and excavation reports or academic papers). These results provide a state of knowledge, by region, for each chronological period. They mainly allow specialists to explore new fields of research and knowledge.Data entry included in the reports of rescue archaeology, preserved in the archives of the department of archeology in the ministry of culture, has shown the importance of data not studied (about 1/3 of data), compared to data studied, published or unpublished. In fact the assimilation of these "natural materials and biological nature" in scientific documentation, and not artefacts, appears scientifically disastrous for: i) the recognition of disciplines, ii) the conservation choices to medium and long term and iii) the possibility from accessing material. Pending clarification from the state and scientists about the status of these biomaterials, the database I2af currently offers the possibility to access to information, and facilitate access to materials (name of person in charge of operation, specialists) ... if it was conserved.
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Cécile Callou, Chloé Martin. Droit et réalité de la recherche. Questions soulevées par les " Inventaires archéozoologiques et archéobotaniques de France ". Les Nouvelles de l'archéologie, Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 2012, 130. ⟨mnhn-02103426⟩

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