Journal of

GEOsciences

  (Formerly Journal of the Czech Geological Society)

Geodynamic evolution of the Bohemian Massif

Virtual volume edited by J. Konopásek

Tectonic evolution of the Bohemian Massif is a key issue in understanding the formation of the Variscan orogenic belt in Europe. The Bohemian Massif apparently exposes the whole orogenic structure including two colliding Neoproterozoic crustal blocks, well documented relics of Devonian–Carboniferous subduction zone in-between, relatively weakly deformed fore-arc region, deeply eroded magmatic arc and a former back-arc domain that was deeply buried and strongly reworked during collisional stage of the orogeny. This virtual volume brings together those contributions related directly to Palaeozoic magmatic, metamorphic and tectonic processes in particular orogenic domains that led to the establishment of the present-day Bohemian Massif structure.

Special issue:
Geological development of the region at the NE periphery of the Moldanubian Zone, eastern part of the Bohemian Massif
Guest editors Jaroslava Pertoldová and Stanislav Vrána

High-pressure granulites of the Bohemian Massif: recent advances and open questions

Kotková J

Journal of Geosciences, volume 52 (2007), issue 1-2, pages 45 - 71

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ISSN: 1802-6222

E-ISSN: 1803-1943