Journal of

GEOsciences

  (Formerly Journal of the Czech Geological Society)

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The intrusion of the Burd Gol Granite culminated the Caledonian collision in the SE part of the Lake Zone, Gobi Altay. The laser ablation dating of monazites and zircons yields intrusive ages between 506.4 ± 5.4 and 513.4 ± 4.3 Ma (2σ).

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Hrdličková K et al. (2010): Burd Gol Granite Massif as a product of the Late Cambrian post-orogenic magmatism in the SE part of the Lake Zone, Gobi Altay, SW Mongolia

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About the Journal

Journal of Geosciences is a peer-reviewed Earth Science journal, focused on all aspects of nature and origin of of igneous and metamorphic complexes*. It is published by the Czech Geological Society and is available both in printed and open-access electronic version. The articles are written exclusively in English.

It has been established on 1 January 2007, as a successor of the Journal of the Czech Geological Society.

The Journal is indexed by Web of Science, Scopus, ProQuest, Geobase, GeoRef, DOAJ and EBSCO. It is also member of the CrossRef association and the Geoscience e-Journals webring.

 

*Please note that papers concerned with palaeontology, sedimentology, stratigraphy and related fields are published solely by our partner journal Bulletin of Geosciences.



Journal of Geosciences is supported by:


Czech Geological Survey Czech Literary Fund Foundation
Council of Scientific Societies of the Czech Republic Czech Geological Survey Institute of Petrology and Structural Geology, Faculty of Science, UK Prague Czech Literary Fund Foundation
Journal of Geosciences, Published by © Czech Geological Society, with support from the Czech Geological Survey.
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ISSN: 1803-1943 (online), 1802-6222 (print)
email: jgeosci(at)jgeosci.org
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SNIP (Scopus, 2013): 0.450

IF (ISI, 2013): 0.752

Policy: Open Access

ISSN: 1802-6222

E-ISSN: 1803-1943