• K. Mochnacka
  • M. Banaś
  • W. Kramer
  • K. Pošmourný
Part of the IGCP-Project 233 book series (IGCP 233)


The Lugicum area is shared by the three countries: Czech Republic, Germany, and Poland.


Uranium Deposit Native Gold Bohemian Massif Polymetallic Deposit Submarine Volcanism 
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  • K. Mochnacka
  • M. Banaś
  • W. Kramer
  • K. Pošmourný

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