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Analýza synkinematické mineralizace na Drahanské vrchovině

Title in English Analysis of synkinematic mineralization in the Drahany upland


Year of publication 2013
Type Conference abstract
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Faculty of Science

Description Culm conglomerates in the quarry in Luleč are intersected by tectonic fault. Quartz-calcite-laumontite mineralization is formed on their planes. The dominant compressed mode caused formation of fault and overlying landscape began to shift in the direction of East. Warm fluids were enriched by calcium from decomposing plagioclase from the surrounding boulders granulites. Alpine paragenesis minerals were developed by cooling of these solutions on the planes of the faults. This mineralization was formed synkinematically at low pressures and temperatures in the range 145–180 degrees of Celsius at the depths between 3–4,8 km below the surface.
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