Flux of CO2 from the Lithosphere in the Bohemian Massif

@inproceedings{Paes1972FluxOC,
  title={Flux of CO2 from the Lithosphere in the Bohemian Massif},
  author={Tom{\'a}{\vs} Pa{\vc}es},
  year={1972}
}
THE important feature of the NW part of the Variscan Bohemian Massif in Czechoslovakia1,2 is a 140 km long graben structure that was tectonically active in the Oligocene and Miocene. Tertiary and early Quaternary volcanic activity and present day hot and cold mineral springs, of maximum temperature 72° C, spatially coincide with the structure. Some of the springs produce gaseous CO2. The rocks yielding the water are felsic igneous or felsic metamorphic rocks. The recent study of natural… CONTINUE READING