Record details

Title
    Origin and metamorphic evolution of magnesite-talc and adjacent rocks near Gemerská Poloma, Slovak Republic
Other titles
    Původ a metamorfní vývoj magnezit-mastkových a okolních hornin v blízkosti Gemerské polomy, Slovenská republika
Author
    Faryad, Shah
    Jeřábek, Petr
    Petrasova, K.
    Žáčková, Eliška
Language
    anglicky
Publication type
    článek v periodiku
Source title - serial
    Journal of Geosciences
Vol./nr.
    Roč. 52, č. July
Pages
    7
Year
    2007
Thesaurus term
    talc-magnesite deposit, metamorphism, P-T, Gemericum, Western Carpathians, Slovakia
Keyword
    Adjacent
    Evolution
    Gemerská
    Magnesite-talc
    Metamorphic
    Near
    Origin
    Poloma
    Republic
    Rocks
    Slovak
Abstract (in czech)
   Původ a metamorfní vývoj magnezit-mastkových a okolních hornin v blízkosti Gemerské polomy, Slovenská republika
Abstract (in english)
   Magnesite and talc deposit Gemerská Poloma is located in Early Palaeozoic rocks of the Gemericum, Slovakia. It expe-rienced both Variscan and Alpine greenschist-facies regional metamorphism and was overprinted by contact metamorphism connected with the intrusion of a Permian granite. As the origin of talc in Mg-carbonate rocks from this locality is interpreted as a result of either regional or contact metamorphism, relation of talc formation to these two processes is critically discussed. The estimated P-T conditions, reached during Alpine metamorphism, were obtained from the Permian metagranite that was not affected by the Variscan metamorphic event. The calculated P-T conditions were verified using various thermobarometers and pseudosections for biotite- and garnet-bearing assemblages in the metagranite.
Contributor
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (RIV)
Source format
    R
Import date
    15. 10. 2014