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Tectonic evolution of the central part of the Teplá-Barrandian unit
Hajná, Jaroslava ; Žák, Jiří (advisor) ; Schulmann, Karel (referee) ; Nance, Damian (referee)
The principal goal of the thesis is to examine the tectonic evolution of the Teplá- Barrandian unit (TBU) of the central Bohemian Massif from Cadomian subduction and active margin processes, through Cambro-Ordovician extension to Variscan terrane collisions. The thesis is based on extensive field research, detailed structural mapping, and structural analysis, combined with other analytical methods such as the anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) coupled with an analysis of magnetic mineralogy, analysis of deformational microstructures, and U, Th and Pb isotope analyses carried out by laser ablation - inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (LA-ICP-MS). The most important conclusions of the thesis are as follows. (1) The Neoproterozoic (Cadomian) basement of the Teplá-Barrandian unit reveals a complex structure and mostly unclear stratigraphic relations of its components. It was proposed that this unit exposes perhaps the best preserved fragment of an accretionary wedge of the whole Avalonian-Cadomian belt, represented by the newly defined Blovice Complex. In the central part of the TBU, this complex consists of three lithotectonic belts differing in style and intensity of deformation, magnetic fabric, and degree of Cadomian regional metamorphism. In addition, the central...
Subduction-driven shortening and differential exhumation in a Cadomian accretionary wedge: The Teplá?Barrandian unit, Bohemian Massif
Hajná, Jaroslava ; Žák, Jiří (advisor) ; Franěk, Jan (referee)
2. English abstract This doctoral thesis is focused on analysis of tectonic deformations a geodynamic evolution of Neoproterozoic and Lower Paleozoic rocks of the Teplá−Barrandian Unit along the northwestern margin of the Prague basin (central Bohemian Massif). Using a wide range of modern methods, correlation of finite deformation patterns in different units allowed separation of structures formed during Cadomian and Variscan orogeny and interpretation of tectonic processes and tectonic history of the Cadomian orogenic belt during late Neoproterozoic. The research found direct evidence for and enabled new interpretations of Cadomian tectonic processes in the Bohemian Massif, including a succesion of deformation phases, quantification of finite deformation gradients and mechanisms. The different data sets were finally combined into an overall geotectonic model of Cadomian orogeny and its Variscan tectonothermal overprint in the Bohemian Massif, as well as the data were used for correlation with other Avalonian−Cadomian terranes. 5

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