Petrophysical and geochemical characteristics of late Variscan granites in the Karlovy Vary Massif (Czech Republic) - implications for gravity and magnetic interpretation in shallow depths

@article{Blecha2012PetrophysicalAG,
  title={Petrophysical and geochemical characteristics of late Variscan granites in the Karlovy Vary Massif (Czech Republic) - implications for gravity and magnetic interpretation in shallow depths},
  author={Vratislav Blecha and Miroslav {\vS}temprok},
  journal={Journal of Geosciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={57},
  pages={65-85}
}
* �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 available whole-rock geochemical and petrological data and correlate them with similar information from three boreholes in the northern and southwestern parts of the Massif. The aim of the study was to determine whether various types of granites differ in their physical and chemical properties, and whether… 
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