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Petrophysical and geochemical characteristics of late Variscan granites in the Karlovy Vary Massif (Czech Republic) - implications for gravity and magnetic interpretation in shallow depths
* �Correspondingauthor The Karlovy Vary Massif (KVM) in northern Bohemia is a composite granite body built up of Late Variscan biotite, two-mica and lithium mica granites. We summarize the availableExpand
Geological interpretation of gravity profiles through the Karlovy Vary granite massif (Czech Republic)
We examined the shape of the Late Variscan Karlovy Vary granite massif located south of the Ohre/Eger graben in Northern Bohemia by reinterpretation of existing gravity data on two perpendicularExpand
Petrology, geochemistry and zircon age for redwitzite at Abertamy, NW Bohemian Massif (Czech Republic): tracing the mantle component in Late Variscan intrusions
A small body of mafic texturally and compositionally varied igneous intrusive rocks corresponding to redwitzites occurs at Abertamy in the Western pluton of the Krusnehory/Erzgebirge graniteExpand
Variscan Sn–W–Mo metallogeny in the gravity picture of the Krušné hory/Erzgebirge granite batholith (Central Europe)
Abstract Late Variscan wolframite (± molybdenite) and cassiterite–wolframite greisen, skarn and vein deposits occur in a close spatial association with the granites of the Krusne hory/ErzgebirgeExpand
Dioritic intrusions of the Slavkovský les (Kaiserwald), Western Bohemia: their origin and significance in late Variscan granitoid magmatism
Mafic and intermediate intrusions occur in the Slavkovský les as dykes, sills and minor tabular bodies emplaced in metamorphic rocks or enclosed in late Variscan granites near the SW contact of theExpand
Geophysical evidence of the Eastern Marginal Fault of the Cheb Basin (Czech Republic)
The western part of the Bohemian Massif hosts an intersection of two regional fault zones, the SW-NE trending Ohře/Eger Graben and the NNW-SSE trending Mariánské Lázně Fault, which has beenExpand
Geophysical anatomy of counter-slope scarps in sedimentary flysch rocks (Outer Western Carpathians)
Abstract A multidisciplinary geophysical survey, consisting of electrical resistivity tomography (ERT), ground penetrating radar (GPR), shallow seismic refraction (SSR) and gravity survey (GS), wasExpand
Corrections for time variations of gravity in microgravity surveys
Summary Diurnal time variations of gravity have to be registered during any microgravity survey and for any type of gravimeter. Common procedure for recording of time variation of gravity isExpand
Microgravity detection of the chambers caused by a battery breast coal mining
The area of study is located in the Northem Bohemia in the immediate vicinity of the Most town. The region is a traditional territory of brown coal mining. Horizontal and subhorizontal coal seams inExpand