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Assessment of the suitability of the site for the location of the underground\nof SNF and RAW repository in terms of long-term safety - Horka site
Havlová, V. ; Pertoldová, J. ; Bukovská, Z. ; Hroch, T. ; Štědrá, V. ; Uhlík, J. ; Říha, J. ; Červinka, R. ; Baier, J. ; Buriánek, D. ; Černý, M. ; Dudková, I. ; Dušek, K. ; Franěk, J. ; Gondolli, J. ; Hokr, M. ; Holeček, J. ; Jankovec, J. ; Jelének, J. ; Jelínek, J. ; Kachlíková, R. ; Kaláb, Zdeněk ; Klajmon, M. ; Kolomá, K. ; Kouřil, M. ; Královcová, J. ; Kučera, R. ; Kunceová, E. ; Maryška, J. ; Milický, M. ; Nývlt, D. ; Ondra, P. ; Pacherová, P. ; Polák, M. ; Rapprich, V. ; Rukavičková, L. ; Steinová, J. ; Svoboda, J. ; Šír, P. ; Švagera, O. ; Vašíček, R. ; Vavro, Martin ; Vopálka, D. ; Zeman, J. ; Zeman, O.
This report summarises outline of a report for evaluation of the sites‘ suitability for the emplacement of a deep geological repository on the basis of the archive information and the geological survey conducted from surface.\nSites are evaluated according to the following criterion categories\n1. Geological characteristics of the site\n2. Hydrogeologic characteristics of the site\n3. Transport characteristics of the the site\n4. Site stability\n5. Factors, increasing probability of human intrusion into the site\n6. Acceptability of enginnered barrier properties under site conditions
Assessment of the suitability of the site for the location of the underground\nSNF and RAW repository in terms of long-term safety - Kraví Hora.
Havlová, V. ; Pertoldová, J. ; Bukovská, Z. ; Verner, K. ; Hroch, T. ; Štědrá, V. ; Uhlík, J. ; Říha, J. ; Červinka, R. ; Baier, J. ; Buriánek, D. ; Černý, M. ; Dudková, I. ; Dušek, K. ; Franěk, J. ; Gondolli, J. ; Gvoždík, L. ; Hokr, M. ; Holeček, J. ; Jelínek, J. ; Kachlíková, R. ; Kaláb, Zdeněk ; Klajmon, M. ; Kolomá, K. ; Kouřil, M. ; Královcová, J. ; Kryštofová, E. ; Kučera, R. ; Kunceová, E. ; Maryška, J. ; Milický, M. ; Nývlt, D. ; Ondra, P. ; Polák, M. ; Rapprich, V. ; Rukavičková, L. ; Steinová, J. ; Svoboda, J. ; Šír, P. ; Švagera, O. ; Vavro, Martin ; Vopálka, D. ; Vašíček, R. ; Zeman, J. ; Zeman, O.
This report summarises outline of a report for evaluation of the sites‘ suitability for the emplacement of a deep geological repository on the basis of the archive information and the geological survey conducted from surface.\nSites are evaluated according to the following criterion categories\n1. Geological characteristics of the site\n2. Hydrogeologic characteristics of the site\n3. Transport characteristics of the the site\n4. Site stability\n5. Factors, increasing probability of human intrusion into the site\n6. Acceptability of enginnered barrier properties under site conditions
Fabrics and emplacement of Weinsberg - type granitoids (Moldanubian Batholith)
Pour, Ondřej ; Verner, Kryštof (advisor) ; Buriánek, David (referee)
English abstract This diploma thesis is concerned with the brief introduction to the structures and fabrics in granitoid plutons. In the next part of this work are sumarized results of structural analyses of Weinsberg-type granite intrusion (Prášily and Strážný pluton) located in the SW part of high-grade rocks of the Moldanubian Zone. This research proceeded based on a combination of field structural data and results of AMS (Anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility) method. The emplacement and crystallization of both studied magmatic bodies took place in cooperation with the final phases of S3-fabrics development. This "bavarian phase" has a character of heterogenous deformation with indications of the dextral subhorizontal shear (WNW-ESE strike). During this event, syntectonic emplacement and internal fabrics development of strážný pluton took place at ~322 Ma. The transpression was followed by the localized transtension tectonics in NE direction, probably in cooperation with exhumation of high-grade metamorphic rocks of Bavarian terrane. In this phase, at ~320 Ma, the granitoids of Prášily pluton were emplaced into the considerably exhumed crust of the Moldanubian region.
Magnetic fabrics and emplacement of the Eisgarn granitoids (Moldanubian Plutonic Complex)
Paclíková, Jana ; Verner, Kryštof (advisor) ; Buriánek, David (referee)
English abstract We consider our preliminary results of structural and AMS analyses of granitoids of the Mrákotín and Klenov Plutons located in the northeastern part of the Moldanubian Plutonic Complex. Both plutons have a peraluminous, high-K character formed by partial melting of a crustal metasedimentary (metapelite) source at relatively lower temperatures. The Mrákotín pluton (eastern part of the plutonic complex) was emplaced posttectonically at around 327 Ma and records a crucial role of magmatic stoping during magma ascent and emplacement. In contrast, the Klenov pluton (western part of the plutonic complex) was emplaced syntectonically with regional HT-LP tectonometamorphic event (formation of gently to moderately NNE dipping metamorphic schistosity).

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