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    Tectonic evolution of a continental magmatic arc from transpression in the upper crust to exhumation of mid-crustal orogenic root recorded by episodically emplaced plutons: the Central Bohemian Plutonic Complex (Bohemian Massif)
Other titles
    tektonický vývoj magmatického oblouku
    Holub, František
    Verner, Kryštof
    Žák, Jiří
Publication type
    článek v periodiku
Source title - serial
    International Journal of Earth Sciences
    Roč. 94, č. 3
Thesaurus term
    pluton emplacement, magmatic fabrics, magmatic arc, transpression, exhumation, moldanubian zone, bohemian massif
Abstract (in czech)
   Studie se zabývá středočeským plutonickým komplexem a jeho tektonickým vývojem.
Abstract (in english)
   The Central Bohemian Plutonic Complex (CBPC) consists of episodically emplaced plutons, the internal fabrics of which recorded tectonic evolution of a continental magmatic arc. The similar to 354-350 Ma calc-alkaline plutons were emplaced by multiple processes into the upper-crustal Tepla-Barrandian Unit, and their magmatic fabrics recorded increments of regional transpression. Multiple fabrics of the younger, similar to 346 Ma Blatna pluton recorded both regional transpression and the onset of exhumation of mid-crustal orogenic root (Moldanubian Unit). Continuous exhumation-related deformation during pluton cooling resulted in the development of a wide zone of sub-solidus deformation along the SE margin of the CBPC. Finally, syn-exhumation tabular durbachitic pluton of ultrapotassic composition was emplaced atop the intrusive sequence at similar to 343-340 Ma, and the ultrapotassic Tabor pluton intruded after exhumation of the orogenic root (similar to 337 Ma).
    Česká geologická služba
Contributor code
    ČGS (RIV)
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Import date
    15. 10. 2014