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Jiří Zachariáš, Tomáš Novák

Gold-bearing quartz veins of the Bělčice ore district, Bohemian Massif: evidence for incursion of metamorphic fluids into a granodiorite body and for isothermal mixing between two types of metamorphic fluids

Journal of Geosciences, volume 54 (2009), issue 1, 57 - 72


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