Record details

Title
    Provenance and early diagenetic processes of the Ordovician Šárka Formation at Praha-Červený vrch Hill (Barrandian, Czech Republic)
Statement of responsibility
    Kerstin Drost, Ulf Linnemann, Klaus Wemmer, Petr Budil, Petr Kraft, Oldřich Fatka, Jaroslav Marek
Author
    Budil, Petr, 1969-
    Drost, Kerstin
    Fatka, Oldřich, 1957-
    Kraft, Petr
    Linnemann, Ulf
    Marek, Jaroslav, 1946-
    Wemmer, Klaus
Language
    anglicky
Source title - serial
    Bulletin of geosciences
Vol./nr.
    Vol. 78, no. 2
Pages
    p. 147-156
Year
    2003
Notes
    6 obr., 1 fot., 5 tab., 36 bibl.
    il.
    Zkr. název ser.: Bull. Geosci.
Subject group
    Barrandien
    břidlice jílová
    chemismus hornin
    datování K/Ar
    diageneze
    fylosilikáty
    klastické částice
    nodule
    oblast snosová
    ordovik
    pískovce
    pražská pánev
    prostředí anoxické
    proterozoikum
    síra
    slídy
    uhlík organický
Geographical name
    ČR-Čechy
    Dobříš (Příbram)
    Praha-Vokovice
Keyword
    Barrandian
    Czech
    Diagenetic
    Early
    Formation
    Hill
    Ordovician
    Praha-Červený
    Processes
    Provenance
    Republic
    Šárka
    Vrch
Abstract (in english)
   Shales and siliceous nodules from Praha-Červený vrch Hill (Middle Ordovician, Šárka Formation, Barrandian area) were studied by chemical and X-ray phase analyses as well as by K-Ar age dating to specify their formation and provenance. White micas occurring as detrital components within the shales of the Šárka Formation reveal a Neoproterozoic (Cadomian) K-Ar age (599+-12 Ma) of the source rocks. The enrichment of heavy rare earth elements (HREE) over light rare earth elements (LREE), high Th/U ratios, and a distinct kaolinite content in the shales of the Šárka Formation point to strong chemical weathering of the source area in pre-Middle Ordovician times. Major element data indicate a passive margin setting for these shales, whereas trace element data and discriminant function analysis display the inherited island arc signature of the Neoproterozoic basement.
   Very low sulphide sulphur (Spyrite) and organic carbon (Corg) contents as well as the depletion in Fe and Mn are interpreted as a tracer for oxic bottom-water conditions during deposition and transport of these elements by bottom currents. The growth of the siliceous nodules is supposed to be connected with the replacement of former sediment by SiO2 and with leaching of most elements simultaneously with the enrichment in Mn, Ca, Co, Pb, Y and HREE
Contributor
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (UNM)
Source format
    U
Entered date
    27. 9. 2007
Import date
    8. 8. 2012