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Metallogenesis

  • P. Mrázek
  • Z. Pouba
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Part of the IGCP-Project 233 book series (IGCP 233)

Abstract

Specific features of the geotectonic crustal development in the Late Proterozoic and in Early Paleozoic affected the course of the metallogenic process during which ore mineralization originated in the respective lithostratigraphical units of the Teplá-Barrandian Zone. Pouba (1986) assigned the Teplá-Barrandian Upper Proterozoic, including the isolated area of the Železné hory Mts. and the Barrandian Lower Paleozoic, to two metallogenic units. Geochemical and mineralogical differences between them are also apparent in the examples of ore mineralization conditioned by the later Variscan postplutonic mass mobilization (Fig. 1).

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Black Shale Bohemian Massif Active Continental Margin Pillow Lava Geol Surv 
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