Geological interpretation of gravity profiles through the Karlovy Vary granite massif (Czech Republic)

@article{Blecha2009GeologicalIO,
  title={Geological interpretation of gravity profiles through the Karlovy Vary granite massif (Czech Republic)},
  author={Vratislav Blecha and Miroslav {\vS}temprok and Tom{\'a}{\vs} Fischer},
  journal={Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica},
  year={2009},
  volume={53},
  pages={295-314}
}
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 perpendicular profiles. The granite body of about 360 km2 total outcrop size has the elongation ratio 0.35 with the major axis trending NE-SW. The SW part of the body was crossed in the nineties by the seismic profile 9HR which localized the bottom of granites in a depth of about 10 km. We used this value as a… 

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