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Contributions to the Geology and Petrology of Crystalline Complexes

Ed.: Brno Moravian Museum

2005. 187 pages, 17x24cm, 450 g
Language: English

(Krystalinikum, Volume 30)

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The anniversary issue Krystalinikum Nr 30 deals with questions concerning the Bohemian Massif. Besides standard contributions it contains those bringing rather specific theories of the origin of granites, the tectonic structure or the genesis of rocks in regions of high grade metamorphism. The article on technolithogenesis slightly exceeds this scope. However, it was published because it shows a strong tendency towards practical applications of petrology. Although this has been stressed already in one of the previous issues, we intend to continue publishing contributions on applied petrology in forthcoming issues. However, the next issue of Krystalinikum will deal with the geology and petrology of Central America.

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M. ADAMOVA, M. OPLETAL
Geochemistry of the granitoid rocks of the Czech part of the Lusatian
Granitoid Complex
7-25
F. FEDIUK
Alaskites and related rocks in the Proterozoic Jilove Belt of Central Bohemia
27-50
E. FEDIUKOVA, P. CHABR
Andradite-grossular garnets in phyllitic basement below Upper
Cretaceous sediments hosting uranium deposit Hamr na Jezere, northern
Bohemia
51 -67
D. HOVORKA, J. SPISIAK, M. SUK
Leptynite-Amphibolite Complexes of the Central European Variscides:
The Bohemian Massif, and the Basement of the Eastern Alps and Western
Carpathians
69-92
J. WALDHAUSROVA, V. LEDVINKOVA
Petrogenesis of Variscan granitoids in the Central Bohemian Pluton in
the Pribram area
93- 120
J. BABUREK
Polymetamorphic Evolution of the Kralovsky Hvozd Unit (W Bohemia,
Bohemian Massif)
121 - 149
M. GREGEROVA
Technolithology
151 - 166
R. MELICHAR
Tectonics of the Prague Synform: a hundred years of scientific discussion
167- 187