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  (Formerly Journal of the Czech Geological Society)

Deep crustal metamorphism and lower-crustal/upper-mantle processes

Structural, petrological and geochemical studies of granulites, felsic gneisses, eclogites, garnet peridotites and skarns, including constraints on P–T conditions and evolution of the rocks, radiogenic isotopes and geochronological dating, and seismic anisotropy, provide evidence for high-pressure and ultra-high pressure metamorphism, high-pressure melting and crust-mantle interactions and allow to resolve deep crustal and upper mantle structure and processes in the internal zones of the Central European Variscides, such as Moldanubian Zone or Kutná hora Crystalline Complex of the Bohemian Massif.

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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