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  (Formerly Journal of the Czech Geological Society)

Granitic magmatism in collisional orogens

Many issues regarding the compositional variability, possible sources and significance of individual processes (partial melting, fractional crystallization, assimilation, and/or magma mixing) in generation of subduction-related, syn- and post-tectonic granitic suites remain hotly debated. Apart from such often geochemistry-oriented studies, structural research may constrain pluton emplacement mechanisms, and thus the overall geodynamic context. The papers mostly focusing on Variscan plutons in Europe (Spain, France, Slovakia, Bohemian Massif) or elsewhere (Mongolia) often provide useful, process-oriented case studies with a broad outreach.

František V. Holub: an outstanding petrologist and teacher

Verner K

Journal of Geosciences, volume 61 (2016), issue 4, page 283

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Selected bibliography of František V. Holub

Fediuk F, Verner K

Journal of Geosciences, volume 61 (2016), issue 4, pages 285 - 289

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The missing link between granites and granitic pegmatites

Thomas R, Davidson P

Journal of Geosciences, volume 58 (2013), issue 2, pages 183 - 200

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Special issue: Field, analytical and experimental approaches to silicic magmatism in collisional orogens. Guest editors David Dolejš and Jiří Žák


Dolejš D, Žák J

Journal of Geosciences, volume 53 (2008), issue 3-4, pages 235 - 236

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Formation of tabular plutons - results and implications of centrifuge modelling

Dietl C, Koyi H

Journal of Geosciences, volume 53 (2008), issue 3-4, pages 253 - 261

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