Record details

Title
    Unfilterable "geoaerosols", their use in the search for thermal, mineral and mineralized waters, and their possible influence on the origin of certain types of mineral waters
Statement of responsibility
    Břetislav Krčmář, T. Vylita
Author
    Krčmář, Břetislav
    Vylita, T.
Language
    anglicky
Source title - serial
    Environmental geology
Vol./nr.
    Vol. 40, no. 6
Pages
    p. 678-682
Year
    2001
Notes
    4 obr., 8 bibl.
    il.
    Zkr. název ser.: Environm. Geol.
Subject group
    aerosol
    balneologie
    fáze pevná
    hydrogeologie
    kontrola tektonická
    mechanika
    molekulární stavba
    oxid uhličitý
    prospekce
    prvky hlavní
    voda minerální
    voda termální
    vzorkování
    zlom
Geographical name
    Alžírsko
    Česká republika
    Karlovy Vary
    Mariánské Lázně (Cheb)
    Rakousko
Keyword
    Certain
    Geoaerosols
    Influence
    Mineral
    Mineralized
    Origin
    Possible
    Search
    Thermal
    Types
    Unfilterable
    Use
    Waters
Abstract (in english)
   Many articles describing the unusual mobility of solid particles in the subsurface layers of the Earth's crust have been published in the last decades, especially in the geological literature. In an attempt to explain this phenomenon, several hypotheses have been developed. The one closest to the behavior observed in nature is based on quantum mechanics. Based on this phenomenon, a new geological prospecting method called Molecular Form of Element (MFE) was developed in former Czechoslovakia during the 1970s. It has been widely applied since for various types of prospecting, including the search for thermal and mineral waters. When using the MFE method for prospecting, the relationship between the ascending mineral springs and the four directions of structural faults was discovered.
   The possibility of whether a process, similar to the one acting during the absorption of elements when using the MFE method, can be a source of dissolved solid particles during the creation of mineral waters is also discussedMany articles describing the unusual mobility of solid particles in the subsurface layers of the Earth's crust have been published in the last decades, especially in the geological literature. In an attempt to explain this phenomenon, several hypotheses have been developed. The one closest to the behavior observed in nature is based on quantum mechanics. Based on this phenomenon, a new geological prospecting method called Molecular Form of Element (MFE) was developed in former Czechoslovakia during the 1970s. It has been widely applied since for various types of prospecting, including the search for thermal and mineral waters.
   When using the MFE method for prospecting, the relationship between the ascending mineral springs and the four directions of structural faults was discovered. The possibility of whether a process, similar to the one acting during the absorption of elements when using the MFE method, can be a source of dissolved solid particles during the creation of mineral
Contributor
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (UNM)
Source format
    U
Entered date
    23. 8. 2007
Import date
    8. 8. 2012