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Petrology and genetic relationships of alkaline intrusive rocks of the Roztoky Intrusive Complex
Mysliveček, Jakub ; Verner, Kryštof (advisor) ; Mlčoch, Bedřich (referee)
Roztoky Intrusive Center (33-28 Ma) is connected with tertiary volcanic activity in the territory of the Bohemian Massif (Czech Republic). It is located in the České středohoří volcanic complex on the tectonic line of the Ohře rift. The aim of this work was to petrologically describe local rocks and to verify the possible connection of the Roztoky Intrusive Center (RIC) with carbonatite magmatism, as could be suggested by the presence of alkaline rocks including their exotic types (essexites, monzodiorites, sodalitic syenites,…). It is assumed that there is a hidden carbonatite intrusion under the RIC caldera structure, which may also indicate geophysical manifestations of two hidden gravimetric minimas. In a detailed exploration of a drill core from the R-2 borehole from the 1960s, a petrographic rocks composition of a part of the caldera filling was described, including new find of xenolite of carbonatite in 286,5 m of R-2 borehole. By means of geochemical and micro-probe analyzes the well material including carbonatite was examined in detail. Carbonate mineralization with high REE contents was found in carbonatite, but also in the exocontact of the previously described silicocarbonatite (Rapprich et al. 2017). The discovery of carbonatite xenolite and the presence of minerals with high concentrations of...
Petrogenesis and emplacement of post-collisional granitoids of southeastern Moldanubian Batholith
Hájek, Tadeáš ; Verner, Kryštof (advisor) ; Houzar, Stanislav (referee)
The Weinsberg Composite Pluton, located in the southern part of the Moldanubian Batholith is a large intrusive body with complex internal fabrics, petrogenesis and emplacement processes. On the basis of geochemistry and zircon morphology classification the dominating lithology in the northeastern part of the pluton seems to be the second type of the Weinsberg granitoids (WbG II). Based on the integration of the structural, petrological and geochemical data set acquired from the investigated area, the interpretation of geodynamic evolution and emplacement of the eastern part of the Weinsberg Pluton could be proposed. This interpretation invokes: (a) indentation and underthrusting of a continental microplate (Brunia) in the east at around ~340-330 Ma, driving mantle delamination and subsequent heating and anatexis in the metapelitic lower crust as the heterogeneous source for Weinsberg- and Eisgarn-types of granitoids; (b) subsequent growth of a large metamorphic dome along the edge of the Brunia indentor followed by polyphase emplacement of entire eastern part of the Moldanubian Batholith around ~330-325 Ma including the Weinsberg Composite Pluton in the south; (c) increasing role of the N-S shortening and associated NW-SE dextral shearing along localized shear zones which caused the prevailing...
Structural and metamorphic evolution of thermal aureole of the Krkonoše-Jizera Plutonic Complex
Olšanská, Irena ; Verner, Kryštof (advisor) ; Štědrá, Veronika (referee)
Krkonose-Jizera plutonic complex is one of the largest composite plutonic bodies in the Czech massif. The emplacement of this pluton relates to the origin of the structural and thermal aureole. The processes of contact metamorphism are most evident in the northern and southern part. The topic of this work is to find influence of the contact metamorphism in the host rocks. Partial information about contact metamorphism in this area could be found in several papers, but there aren't work which discuss this topic in detail. Goal of this work is to make complex interpretation of contact metamorphic processes connected with intrusion of the Krkonose-Jizera plutonic complex and use this interpretation for discussion about model of magma intrusion. In rocks of contact aureole of Krkonose-Jizera plutonic complex (KJPC) were identified relicts of Variscan regional metamorphism, connected to creation of regional metamorphic fabric S1 and S2. Original mineral associations and deformation fabrics were in near-contact zone of KJPC 1 km in average in width heterogeneously overprinted by effects of the contact metamorphism, which intensity increases towards the intrusive contact. In the mineral associations of contact-metamorphic rocks appears characteristic minerals such as cordierite and andalusite, rarely...
Assessment of the suitability of the site for the location of the deep-water repository and RAW repository in terms of long-term safety - Čihadlo site
Havlová, V. ; Pertoldová, J. ; Bukovská, Z. ; Hroch, T. ; Štědrá, V. ; Polák, M. ; Říha, J. ; Červinka, R. ; Černý, M. ; Dudíková Schulmannová, B. ; Dudková, A. ; Dušek, K. ; Franěk, J. ; Gondolli, J. ; Gvoždík, L. ; Hokr, M. ; Holeček, J. ; Jankovec, J. ; Jelének, J. ; Jelínek, J. ; Kachlíková, R. ; Kaláb, Zdeněk ; Klajmon, M. ; Klomínský, J. ; Kolomá, K. ; Kouřil, M. ; Královcová, J. ; Kučera, R. ; Kunceová, E. ; Lednická, Markéta ; Maryška, J. ; Milický, M. ; Nývlt, D. ; Ondra, P. ; Rapprich, V. ; Rukavičková, L. ; Steinová, J. ; Svoboda, J. ; Šír, P. ; Švagera, O. ; Uhlík, J. ; Vašíček, R. ; Vavro, Martin ; Verner, K. ; 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
Petrogenesis and emplacement of the Weinsberg granitoids in Nove Hrady Mts. (Moldanubian Batholith]
Hájek, Tadeáš ; Verner, Kryštof (advisor) ; Špillar, Václav (referee)
(english) First part of this bachelor thesis contains a summary of existing knowledge of post- collisional magmatic activity in Bohemian massif with accent on genesis and construction of large intrusive complex - Moldanubian Batholit. Possible geodynamical aspects, petrogenetical and physical processes of genesis and emplacement of granitic magmas are further described. Practical part of this bachelor thesis is based on observation and documentation of fabrics and structures in Weinsberg granitoids at rock outpost situated in locality Sokolčí u Kaplice.
Emplacement and fabric patterns of plutons in the eastern periphery of the Moldanubian Zone; implications for geodynamic evolution of the Bohemian Massif
Vondrovic, Lukáš ; Verner, Kryštof (advisor) ; Melichar, Rostislav (referee) ; Johnson, Kenneth (referee)
The Ph.D. thesis focuses on an analysis of the structural record and geochronology of selected calc-alkaline plutons emplaced in the rocks of the eastern periphery of the Moldanubian Zone (eastern margin of the Bohemian Massif). In addition, it includes an analysis of the tectonic and metamorphic record of the host rocks of the Polička and Zábřeh Units. The results revealed a number of important implications regarding the geodynamic evolution of the north- eastern part of the Bohemian Massif. The rocks of the Zábřeh Unit were metamorphosed under middle temperature and lower pressure conditions (T: 660 C, P: 0.6 Gpa). The structural record is defined by the superposition of regional steep E-W trending metamorphic fabric (S1) which was variably obliterated by means of intensive folding into S2 flat-lying foliation. This unit is in the northern part intruded by calc-alkaline rocks of the Zábřeh Intrusive Complex (354±4Ma, U/Pb on zircons) with calculated P-T crystallisation conditions of 706-795 řC and P: 0.3-0.4 Gpa. A contact metamorphic event took place within the host rocks in the proximity of the intrusion (T: 599-663 C, P: 0.4 Gpa). The internal fabric of the Zábřeh Intrusive Complex exhibits a magmatic to submagmatic gradient and the orientation of the intrusive contacts and magmatic...
Petrology of differentiated alkaline, high-level intrusive bodies in the Zahořany - Chotiněves belt
Mysliveček, Jakub ; Verner, Kryštof (advisor) ; Erban, Vojtěch (referee)
The aim of the work was petrological research focused on alkaline volcanic bodies in line between villages Zahořany - Chotiněves near Litoměřice. Part of the area is covered by Tertiary volcanism products, which affected large parts of Europe and in our territory extends in the form of extensional structure of Ohře rift. The Field of studied objects is located nearby the southern edge of České středohoří vulcanic complex and the northern edge of the Central Volcanic Field. The question was whether studied area belongs, if it's still České středohoří volcanic complex or it belongs to Central Bohemian volcanic field. The area was visited several times for determinate the volcanic bodies and have been identified six localities which were collected rock samples for geochemical analysis and Probe Micro Analysis. Also, the detailed mapping of the bodies and their spatial extensions was performed because currently available geological map of 1: 50 000 do not correspond to reality. The area is situated close to Litoměřice break, which probably caused the linear distribution of magma in the direction of fracture, approximately NE - SW. Studied rocks by the classification TAS are classified as basaltic trachyandesites and are mainly composed by plagioclase, clinopyroxene, magnetite and to a small extent from biotite...
Structural evolution of the Královský Hvozd Unit
Vrtiška, Luboš ; Verner, Kryštof (advisor) ; Žák, Jiří (referee)
5 English abstract The introduction of the thesis represents a profound research of current knowledge and survey results to date about the geodynamic tectonic boundary development of the Teplá- Barrandien unit/Moldanubian senzu stricto and the Královský Hvozd unit in the Šumava Mountains. It also describes in detail lithology of the Královský Hvozd unit and historical as well as contemporary opinions of the tectonometamorphic development of the Královský Hvozd unit and adjacent Moldanubian unit and Teplá-Barrandien unit. The research part of the thesis brings results of the analysis of the Královský Hvozd unit tectonic development in relation with the tectonic development of broader surrounding area. The research combines field structural data, detailed microstructure data acquired from collected samples and results of studying deformation mechanisms on orthogneiss samples from the Královský Hvozd unit using the EBSD (Electron Back Scattered Diffraction) performed on partly recrystalised quartz aggregates. The research output is a construction of a tectonic development model of the Královský Hvozd unit and the adjacent area. Four main deformation events (D1-D4) were determined on the basis of structural record and their time sequence in the rocks of the Královský Hvozd unit. On the basis of kinematic...

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