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New data on the origin of the Fe-Cu-As skarn deposit at Obří důl, West Sudetes, Bohemian Massif
Pašava, J. ; Veselovský, F. ; Dobeš, P. ; Erban, V. ; Pour, O. ; Žák, Karel ; Ackerman, Lukáš ; Haluzová, Eva ; Creaser, R. ; Tásler, R.
The Obří důl Fe-Cu-As sulfide deposit is hosted in metamorphosed lenses of marble, calc-silicate rocks and skarns. The deposit is located up to a few hundred meters away from the contact of the large, late-orogenic Variscan Krkonoše-Jizera Plutonic Complex (KJPC). Mineralogical and fluid inclusion studies of the Gustavská ore lens show that the main sulfide stage, dominated by pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite and arsenopyrite, originated from water-rich hydrothermal fluids with salinities up to 8 wt.% NaCl eq. at temperatures ranging from 324 to 358°C.These fluids replaced mainly the carbonate-rich lithologies. The 34S values indicate a magmatic source of sulfur and Re/Os dating of molybdenite are consistent with simultaneous formation of the main sulfide stage ore and the KJPC.
Trace element and Re-Os geochemistry of mantle pyroxenites from the Bohemian Massif
Haluzová, Eva ; Ackerman, Lukáš (advisor) ; Jelínek, Emil (referee)
Mantle pyroxenites are important components of mantle rocks, because they provide important insights into bulk composition and heterogeneity of the Earth's upper mantle and therefore, direct evidence of mantle evolution throughout the Earth history. Studied pyroxenites from localities Bečváry (the Kutná Hora Complex), Níhov, Nové Dvory, Mohelno, Horní Kounice, Karlstteten and Meidling (the Gföhl Unit of the Moldanubian Zone) occur as dykes and/or layers within spinel and garnet peridotites from the Bohemian massif. Whole-rock concentrations of rare earth (REE) and other trace elements in studied pyroxenites yield extreme variability, which most likely reflect: 1) variable garnet/clinopyroxene ratios in bulk rocks, 2) different degree of fractionation of parental melts and 3) different concentrations trace elements in the source host material. Pyroxenites from locality Mohelno (LREE-depleted) may be derived from depleted or only slightly enriched suboceanic mantle. In contrast, pyroxenites from Karlstetten, Meidling, Horní Kounice and Nové Dvory (LREE-enriched) crystallized from the melts derived from enriched mantle source with possibly significant contribution of recycled crust. Studied pyroxenites are characterized by extremely variable 187 Os/188 Os ratios. While the pyroxenites from Mohelno and...
Distribution of sulfur isotopes in peat bogs
Haluzová, Eva ; Mihaljevič, Martin (advisor) ; Zachariáš, Jiří (referee)
The goal of this barchelor thesis is to describe the influence of human activity to sulphur cycle and monitoring processes and changes in this cycle with the assistance of specific sulphur isotopes. The first part describes sulphur and its compounds, then appearence in environment and its total cycle. The next part is focused on specific sulphur isotopes and thein application in studies of soils and peats. The final part summarizes total results and informations of human activity and it's influence on the sulphur cycle.
Distribution of sulfur isotopes in peat bogs
Haluzová, Eva ; Mihaljevič, Martin (advisor) ; Zachariáš, Jiří (referee)
The goal of this barchelor thesis is to describe the influence of human activity to sulphur cycle and monitoring processes and changes in this cycle with the assistance of specific sulphur isotopes. The first part describes sulphur and its compounds, then appearence in environment and its total cycle. The next part is focused on specific sulphur isotopes and thein application in studies of soils and peats. The final part summarizes total results and informations of human activity and it's influence on the sulphur cycle.

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