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More articles on Evolved felsic igneous systems and granitic pegmatites

Original paper

David Buriánek, Stanislav Houzar, Lukáš Krmíček, Jaroslav Šmerda

Origin of the pegmatite veins within the skarn body at Vevčice near Znojmo (Gföhl Unit, Moldanubian Zone)

Journal of Geosciences, volume 62 (2017), issue 1, 1 - 23


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