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Geolines Volume 16

The meetings of the Czech Tectonic Studies Group (CTS) have traditionally been attended by a number of geoscience professionals and students from neighbouting countries – Poland and Slovakia. This important international aspect became expressed in the fact that the 8th Meeting of the CTS in 2003 in the Hrubá Skála chateau is organized also as the 1st Meeting of the Central European Tectonics Group (CETG). The main organizer of the meeting is the Geophysical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, co-organizing institutions are as follows: The Ministry of Environment of the Czech Republic, SÚRAO (Radioactive Waste Repository Authority of the Czech Republic), and the Faculty of Science of the Charles University, Prague. The conference venue, Hotel-chateau Hrubá Skála, is located in the scenic region of Český Ráj (Czech Paradise), on the tops of sandstone pillars of one of the famous “rock cities” of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin. Conference field trips, focused on the tectono – sedimentary history of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin and the structural aspects of Cenozoic volcanics of the Eger Graben, as well as several special sessions held during the meeting, emphasize topics which have not traditionally been strongly represented in tectonic studies in our region, and underline the breadth and multi-disciplinary nature of geoscience research represented currently at CTS/CETG meetings. A very important aspect of the meeting is the attendance by students, who in 2003 form over 30 per cent of the audience. The organizers would like to thank all participants for contributing to the rich mix of scientific presentations and a friendly social atmosphere, and believe that this meeeting is another step in strengthening cooperation across borders in Central European geoscience.
David Uličný

G16-01

Preliminary Results of Applying Dipmeter Data to Structural Study of the Carboniferous Fold-Thrust Belt Underlying the Fore-Sudetic Homocline, SW Poland
Page 13
Paweł Aleksandrowski, Marian Kiełt, Leszek Kurowski, Krzysztof Mastalerz, Stanisław Mazur, Józef Nowak and Piotr Pasek

G16-02

The Sudetic Marginal Fault, SW Poland, in the Light of Morpho­metric Studies
Page 13-14
Janusz Badura, Witold Zuchiewicz, Adam Górecki, Waldemar Sroka, Bogusław Przybylski and Marta Żyszkowska

G16-03

Microstructures, Deformation Mechanisms and Rheology of Metagabbros Deformed in Different Thermal Gradients
Pages 14-15
Lenka BARATOUX, Pavla ŠTÍPSKÁ and Karel SCHULMANN

G16-04

Petrography and Succession of Granitoids from the Southern Part of the Strzelin Crystalline Massif (SW Poland) – Preliminary Data
Pages 15-16
Joanna Beyer

G16-05

Deep Structure and Geodynamics of the Carpathian Lithosphere Based on Geophysical Study
Pages 16-17
Miroslav Bielik, Jozef Vozár, Ján Šefara, Michal Kováč, Vladimír Bezák, Dušan Plašienka and Jana Dérerová

G16-06

West Bohemia/Vogtland Region in View of Local Seismic Signále
Page 17
Alena Boušková, Josef HORÁLEK, Tomáš FISCHER and Zuzana HUDOVÁ

G16-07

Peridotite Xenoliths from the České Středohoří Mts.: Contribution to Petrology of the Lithospheric Mantle beneath Northern Part of the Bohemian Massif
Page 18
Jana BRANDOVÁ and František V. HOLUB

G16-08

Tourmalines of the Metabasite Zone, Brno Batholith
Page 19
David Buriánek, Jan Filip and Milan Novák

G16-09

Recrystallization Features in Rock Salt from Polish Zechstein Basin – Preliminary Results of Investigations
Page 20
Stanisław BURLIGA

G16-10

Decoupling of Deformation between Basement and Cover during Normal- to Reverse-slip Movement on a Basement Fault; Model Results
Pages 20-21
Stanisław BURLIGA, Hemin A. KOYI and Piotr KRZYWIEC

G16-11

Dynamic Topography: A Key to Understanding how the Earth‘s Mantle works?
Pages 21-22
Ondřej ČADEK

G16-12

EMTESZ – First Electromagnetic Probing of the Trans-European Suture Zone
Page 22
Václav Červ, Josef Pek, Maxim Smirnov, Tomasz Ernst, Vladimir Semenov and Krzysztof Nowozynski

G16-13

Detrital Cr-spinels in Culm Sediments and their Tectonic Significance
Pages 22-23
Renata ČOPJAKOVÁ and Petr SULOVSKÝ

G16-14

Fluid Inclusion Planes vs. Fracturing in PTP-3 Borehole at Podlesí Granite Stock (Krušné hory Mts., Czech Republic)
Pages 23-24
Petr DOBEŠ, Gyula MAROS, Klára PALOTÁS, Balázs KOROKNAI and Eniko SALLAY

G16-15

Geochemical Data Toolkit (GCDkit): a Key for Magmatic Geochemists to the Treasury of Data Analysis, Statistics and Graphics in R
Pages 25-26
Vojtěch ERBAN, Vojtěch JANOUŠEK, Colin FARROW and Jakub ŠMÍD

G16-16

Composition of Fluids and their Effect on Stability Fields of Silicate Minerals in Amphibolite Facies Metamorphic Rocks
Page 26
Shah Wali Faryad

G16-17

Exhumation of the Blanský Les Granulite Massif as a Result of Oblique Thrusting and Crustal-Scale Buckling
Page 27
Jan FRANĚK, Karel SCHULMANN, Ondrej LEXA and Stanislav ULRICH

G16-18

Search for Fullerenes in Rocks from Ries Impact Fráter
Pages 28-29
Ota FRANK, Jan JEHLIČKA and Věra HAMPLOVÁ

G16-19

Some Aspects of the Barrandian Tectonics – Preliminary Results
Pages 29-30
Petr FERBAR, Jiří JANEČKA and Rostislav MELICHAR

G16-20

Early Palaeozoic Clastic Sediments Found in Boreholes from the SE Surroundings of Brno (Czech Republic)
Pages 30-31
Helena GILÍKOVÁ, Jaromír LEICHMANN and František PATOČKA

G16-21

Geodynamic Evolution Stages in the Outer Carpathians
Pages 31-32
Jan GOLONKA, Nestor OSZCZYPKO, Tomasz MALATA, Paweł POPRAWA, Michał KROBICKI and Tadeusz SŁOMKA

G16-22

European Suture in the Carpathians and the Scientific Problems of the Orava Deep Drilling Project
Pages 32-34
Jan GOLONKA (reporter), Marek LEWANDOWSKI, Andrzej ŻELAŹNIEWICZ and the Orava Deep Dril­ling Project Scientific Committee

G16-23

Magnetic Fabric of the Veľká Fatra Mts. Granitic Pluton – A Pilot AMS Study
Pages 34-35
Dagmar Gregorová, František HROUDA and Milan Kohút

G16-24

Upper Morava and Nysa Pull-apart Grabens: Implication for Neotectonic Dextral Transtension on Sudetic Faults System
Pages 35-36
Radomír Grygar and Jan Jelínek

G16-25

On the Mineralogy and Origin of the Śnieżnik versus Gierałtów Gneisses, Międzygórze Unit, OSD, West Sudetes
Pages 36-38
Aleksandra GRZEŚKOWIAK

G16-26

From Extension to Inversion – Sedimentary Record of Mesozoic Tectonic Evolution within the Marginal Fault Zone, SE Mid-Polish Trough
Pages 38-39
Jacek Gutowski, Piotr Krzywiec and Władysław Pożaryski

G16-27

New Saharan Find: Arondrite of Lunar Origin
Pages 39-40
Jakub Haloda, Patricie Týcová, Petr Jakeš and Zdeněk Řanda

G16-28

Dip-Slip Tectonics in the Lower Devonian Rocks of the NW Edrengyin Nuruu, SW Mongolia
Page 40
Pavel Hanžl, Miroslav Rejchrt and Orolzodmaa Otgonbayar

G16-29

Development of the Gföhl Migmatites through Partial Melting and Textural Annealing of High-Grade Orthogneiss
Page 41
Pavlína HASALOVÁ, Karel SCHULMANN, Ondrej LEXA and Jakub HALODA

G16-30

Problem of Stress Analysis in the Nový Kostel Area (W Bohemia): Influence of Various Geometries of Active Faults
Page 42
Josef HAVÍŘ

G16-31

Two Genetic Types of Ocelli in Some Mafic Rocks from the Cen­tral Bohemian Plutonic Complex: No Room for Trans­formistic Speculations
Page 43
František V. HOLUB

G16-32

Dioritic and Gabbroid Rocks from Southern Bohemia and Lower Austria: Geochemical and Mineralogical Constraints on their Ro­le in Genesis of the South Bohemian (Moldanubian) Batholith
Page 44
František V. HOLUB, Dobroslav MATĚJKA and Friedrich KOLLER

G16-33

Li Isotopic Composition of Arc-Related Lavas from Viti Levu, Southern Fiji
Page 45
Michaela HORKÁ, Jan KOŠLER and Paul SYLVESTER

G16-34

Magnetic Susceptibility as an Indicator of Tectonic Setting of Granitic Rocks of the Bohemian Massif
Pages 45-46
František HROUDA, Marta CHLUPÁČOVÁ and Martin CHADIMA

G16-35

CELEBRATION 2000: P-Wave Velocity Models of the Bo­he­mian Massif
Page 46
Pavla HRUBCOVÁ and CELEBRATION 2000 Working Group

G16-36

Confirmed Transtensional Slip in the Area of the Svratka Anticline
Page 46-47
Jiří JANEČKA and Rostislav MELICHAR

G16-37

K-rich Magmatism in the Moldanubian Unit, Bohemian Massif – a Complex Story Featuring Variably Enriched Lithospheric Mantle Melts and their Interaction with the Crust
Pages 48-49
Vojtěch JANOUŠEK, František V. Holub and Axel Gerdes

G16-38

P-T-d Evolution of Marbles and Mica Schists in the Kro­wiar­ki Range, the Lądek-Śnieżnik Metamorphic Unit, West Sudetes
Pages 49-50
Mirosław JASTRZĘBSKI

G16-39

The Rheological Parameters Controlling Asymmetrical Cre­ta­ceous Extensional Process in the Vepor unit, West Car­pathians
Pages 50-51
Petr JEŘÁBEK, Karel SCHULMANN, Ondrej LEXA and Jakub HALODA

G16-40

The Variscan Nappe Tectonic in the Ještěd Range and Ji­ze­ra Gneiss Units: an Example of Juxtaposition of the Auto­chtho­nous and Allochthonous Domains in the West Sudetes
Pages 52-53
Václav Kachlík, František Patočka and Miroslav Fajst

G16-41

Ammonium Content in the Hercynian Granites of the Western Carpathians and its Petrogenetic Significance
Pages 53-54
Milan Kohút and Adam Pieczka

G16-42

Oblique Collision and the Evolution of Large-Scale Trans­current Shear Zones in the Neoproterozoic Kaoko Belt (NW Namibia)
Pages 54-55
Jiri KONOPASEK, Stephan KRÖNER, Shawn-Leslie KITT, Cees PASSCHIER, Alfred KRÖNER and Karl-Heinz HOFMANN

G16-43

U-Pb Dating of Detrital Zircons by Laser Ablation ICPMS for Sedimentary Provenance Studies
Page 55
Jan KOŠLER and Hege Cathrine FONNELAND

G16-44

Structural and Metamorphic Evolution of the Southern Termination of the Desná Dome in the Silesian Domain
Page 56
Monika KOŠULIČOVÁ, Pavla ŠTÍPSKÁ, Jakub HALODA and Karel SCHULMANN

G16-45

The Story of Bory Granulites – Early Thoughts
Page 57
Jana KOTKOVÁ, Rostislav MELICHAR and Jitka POKORNÁ

G16-46

Petrogenesis of Associated Metaferrolites and Graphitic Metaquartzites (Southern Veporicum Basement, Slovakia)
Page 58
Martin KOVÁČIK

G16-47

Metabasites from the Polish Part of the Andělská Hora Formation (Moravo-Silesian Zone): Geochemistry, Metamorphic History and Geotectonic Meaning
Page 59
Wiesław Kozdrój

G16-48

Alpine Tectonic Inversion – Principal Mechanism of the Variscan Basement Uplift and Exhumation in the Sudety Mts
Pages 59-60
Wiesław Kozdrój and Zbigniew Cymerman

G16-49

Magmatic Fabric Pattern of the Land’s End Granite (SW England): Comparative Study of AMS and Feldspar Pheno­crysts Tensors
Pages 60-61
Zuzana KRATINOVA, Karel SCHULMANN, Ondrej LEXA and František HROUDA

G16-50

Structural Styles of Basin Formation and Inversion –Introduction
Pages 61-62
Piotr Krzywiec

G16-51

Late Cretaceous Strike-slip Tectonics and Sedimentation within the SW Baltic Sea and Their Relationship to the Inversion of the Mid-Polish Trough
Pages 62-63
Piotr Krzywiec and Regina Kramarska

G16-52

Miocene Reactivation of the Inherited Foreland Fault Zones and Its Influence on Development of the E Polish Carpathian Foredeep Basin
Pages 63-64
Piotr Krzywiec, Barbara Ryzner-Siupik, Janusz Siupik and Zenon Borys

G16-53

Role of the SW Margin of the East European Craton During the Mid-Polish Trough Mesozoic Development and Inversion – Integration of Seismic and Potential Field Data
Pages 64-66
Piotr Krzywiec and Stanisław Wybraniec

G16-54

Hydrothermal Mineralization in the Moravian Karst near Býčí Skála Cave: Post-Variscan Deformation History?
Pages 66-67
Jan KUČERA, Klára CHARVÁTOVÁ, Jindřich HLADIL and Marek SLOBODNÍK

G16-55

Seismotectonic Model for Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Assessment of Critical Facilities in Western Slovakia
Pages 67-68
Peter LABÁK, Peter MOCZO, Michal KOVÁČ, Miroslav BIELIK and Martin ŠUJAN

G16-56

Climatic vs. Tectonic Controls on a Shallow-Water Hemi­pe­lagic Carbonate System (Turonian of Western Bohemia)
Page 69
Jiří LAURIN and David A. WALTHAM

G16-57

Geotectonic Aspects of Orogenic Volcanism
Page 70
Jaroslav LEXA

G16-58

Li Isotopic Composition of Planktonic Foraminiferal Tests and their Host Sediments from ODP 926A
Pages 70-71
Jitka LIBERTÍNOVÁ, Jan KOŠLER, Michal KUČERA and Paul SYLVESTER

G16-59

New Progress in Deciphering Structural and Metamorphic Evolution of the Vepor Basement in West Carpathians
Page 71
Matěj Machek, Ondrej Lexa and Karel Schulmann

G16-60

Variscan Foreland Fold-Thrust Belt of Wielkopolska (W Poland): New Structural and Sedimentological Data
Pages 71-73
Stanisław Mazur, Leszek Kurowski, Paweł Aleksandrowski and Andrzej ŻelaŹniewicz

G16-61

The Carbonatization of Blastomylonites – an Example from the Oskava Block, Jeseníky Mts.
Page 73
Petr MIXA, Kristýna BURIÁNKOVÁ, Karel MALÝ and Jaromír LEICHMANN

G16-62

The Project of Geological Mapping 1:25,000 in the Jeseníky Mts. – its Outputs and Products
Page 74
Petr MIXA, Vladimír ŽÁČEK, Josef VEČEŘA, Jaroslav AICHLER, Daniel NÝVLT, Vratislav PECINA and Zuzana SKÁCELOVÁ

G16-63

Character of the Contact between the Saxothuringian and Teplá-Barrandian Unit
Page 75
Bedřich MLČOCH

G16-64

Effect of Elemental Composition of Fe-Ti Oxides on their Thermomagnetic Curves
Page 76
Štěpánka MRÁZOVÁ

G16-65

P-T Pseudosections, Zoned Garnets and Structural Re­cords from two Structurally Different Mica Schists of the Stronie For­mation in the Orlica-Śnieżnik Dome
Page 76-77
Mentor MURTEZI

G16-66

Structure and Episodic Tectonic Evolution of the Lower Crustal Accretionary Wedge: in Moldanubian Zone, Austria
Pages 77-78
Radmila NAHODILOVÁ, Pavla ŠTÍPSKÁ, Karel SCHULMANN, Jakub HALODA and Ondrej LEXA

G16-67

Structural Configuration and Lithofacies of the Southeastern Part of the Carpathian Foredeep Basin as Defined by Sub­surface Data
Page 78
Slavomír Nehyba, František Hubatka and Jan Šikula

G16-68

Tectonics and Paleotopography as the Main Controls on Drainage Pattern and Architecture of the Radnice Member in the Kladno-Rakovník Basin (Westphalian, Carboniferous)
Page 79
Stanislav OPLUŠTIL

G16-69

The Iapetus Ocean, Rheic Ocean and Avalonian Terranes in Central Asia
Pages 79-80
Zbigniew Paul, Jan Golonka, Antoni Wójcik and Andrei Khudolei

G16-70

Metadolerites of the Vrbno Group and their Origin, the Jese­níky Mts.
Pages 80-82
Vratislav PECINA, Jaroslav AICHLER, Petr MIXA, Marta CHLUPÁČOVÁ, Pavel HANŽL, Vladimír ŽÁČEK and Dávid WILÍMSKÝ

G16-71

The Western Carpathians – 200 Ma Record of Continuing konvergence
Pages 82-83
Dušan Plašienka

G16-72

Seismic Velocity Structure of Mantle Lithosphere Beneath the Bohemian Massif
Pages 83-84
Jaroslava PLOMEROVÁ, Luděk VECSEY, Vladislav BABUŠKA, Michel GRANET and Ulrich ACHAUER

G16-73

Brittle Deformation of the Ernstbrunn Limestone (Jurassic) of the Pavlov Hilus
Pages 84-85
Ivan Poul and Rostislav Melichar

G16-74

Structural and Metamorphic Evolution of Pro-Wedge Molda­nu­bian Structures Associated with Underthrusting of Bruno­vistulian Forehand
Pages 85-86
Martin Racek, Pavla Štípská, Karel Schulmann and Jakub HALODA

G16-75

Syn- and Post-Sedimentary Tectonics of the Most Basin (Ohře Rift, Czech Republic); Insights from Reflection-Seis­mic Data
Pages 86-87
Michal RAJCHL, David ULIČNÝ and František HUBATKA

G16-76

Large-Scale Stratigraphic Geometries in a Rift-Margin, Lacustrine Delta System Influenced by Peat Compaction: Comparison of Field and Reflection Seismic Data (the Miocene Bilina Delta, Ohře Rift, Czech Republic)
Pages 87-88
Michal RAJCHL, David ULIČNÝ, Karel MACH and František HUBATKA

G16-77

Succession of Lava Flows of Úhošť Hill in Relation to the His­tory of Magma Reservoir
Pages 88-89
Vladislav RAPPRICH

G16-78

The Direction of Thrusting of the Silesian Nappe (Polish Segment of the Outer Carpathians)
Page 90
Marta RAUCH

G16-79

Outline of the 3D Structure in the Mokrá Quarries
Pages 90-91
Jiří Rez and Rostislav Melichar

G16-80

Preliminary Data on Mafic Rocks from the Kotusz-1 Borehole (Western Part of the Polish Rotliegend Basin)
Pages 91-92
Krzysztof SADOWSKI and Stanisław MADEJ

G16-81

New Geophysical Contributions to the Geological Structure of the Contact Zone of the Bohemian Massif and the West Carpathians
Page 93
Jiří SEDLÁK, Oldřich KREJČÍ, Jan MRLINA, Ivan GNOJEK, František HUBATKA and Josef ŠRÁMEK

G16-82

Lithospheric Temperature Response to Magmatic Processes in West Bohemia
Pages 93-94
Jan ŠAFANDA and Čestmír TOMEK

G16-83

Hydraulic Fracturing Control of Melt Migration in Pervasively Molten and Deformed Crust: AMS Fabric Study, Central Vosges
Pages 94-95
Karel SCHULMANN and Jean-Bernard EDEL

G16-84

Tourmaline from the NYF Pegmatites in the Třebíč Durbachite Massif
Pages 95-96
Radek Škoda, Milan Novák and Julie B. Selway

G16-85

Neoproterozoic Metaconglomerates of the Sedlčany–Krásná Hora Metamorphic Islet
Pages 96-97
Jiří SLÁMA, Václav KACHLÍK and Jan KOŠLER

G16-86

Earthquake Occurrence as a Tracer of Magmatic Activity under the Earth’s Surfaře
Page 98
Aleš ŠPIČÁK, Václav HANUŠ and Jiří VANĚK

G16-87

Mineralogical Diversity of Felsic Rocks at Contacts with Eclogites in the Orlica–Śnieżnik Dome, West Sudetes
Pages 98-99
Wojciech STAWIKOWSKI and Diether Rhede

G16-88

A Mechanism for Syn-Convergent Exhumation of HP Granulites in the Bohemian Massif, Czech Republic: Geochronological, Structural and Petrological Constraints
Page 100
Pavla Štípská, Karel Schulmann, Alfred Kröner and František Hrouda

G16-89

Quantitative Textural and Microstructural Study of Orthogneiss Deformed during Continental Underthrusting
Pages 100-101
Pavla Štípská, Karel Schulmann, Stanislav Ulrich, Petr Špaček and Ondrej Lexa

G16-90

Metamorphic Record in the Metasediments from the Bystrzyckie Mts., West Sudetes
Pages 101-102
Jacek Szczepański

G16-91

The Role of Zinc in Stabilization of Spinel-Bearing Mineral Assemblages – Examples from the Bohemian Massif and NW Namibia
Pages 102-103
Lucie TAJČMANOVÁ and Jiří KONOPÁSEK

G16-92

Changes in Depositional Style of an Intra-Continental Strike-Slip Basin in Response to Shifting Activity of Basement Fault Zones: Cenomanian of the Bohemian Cretaceous Basin
Pages 103-104
David ULIČNÝ, Lenka ŠPIČÁKOVÁ and Stanislav ČECH

G16-93

Influence of Initial Grain Size on Microstructural Stability and Rheology of a Dynamically Recrystallized Polycrystalline: Marble as a Case Study
Page 105
Stanislav Ulrich, Alan B. Thompson, Karel Schulmann and Martin Casey

G16-94

A Model of the Morphotectonic Development of the Ústecká Brázda Furrow
Page 106-107
Leoš Valigurský and Stanislav Čech

G16-95

Relationship of Emplacement of the Jihlava Pluton to the Struc­tural Evolution and Tectonics of the Eastern Part of the Molda­nubian Zone (Bohemian Massif)
Pages 107-108
Kryštof VERNER, Karel SCHULMANN and František HROUDA

G16-96

Paleontological and Sedimentological Evidence of NW–SE-Striking Faults in the Northern Vicinity of Brno
Pages 108-109
Jan Vít, Pavla Petrová and Jiří Otava

G16-97

“Gilbert Type Delta” versus “Accumulation Terraces” Models and Their Application to Middle Turonian-Early Coniacian Sedimentary Setting in the Intrasudetic Basin: a Discussion
Pages 109-110
Jurand WOJEWODA

G16-98

Shear Zones in Unconsolidated Deposits as Indicators of Synsedimentary Tectonic Movements
Page 110
Jurand WOJEWODA and Stanisław BURLIGA

G16-99

Acid Meta-Volcanic Rocks from Konradów Area (Stronie Se­ries, Orlica – Śnieżnik Dome): Petro-Structural and Geochemical Characteristic
Page 111
Irena Wojciechowska, Małgorzata Ziółkowska-Kozdrój and Piotr Gunia

G16-100

Fan-Like Structure in Central Part of the Snieznik Dome – A Result of Episodic Exhumation
Page 112

Eliška ŽÁČKOVÁ, Pavla ŠTÍPSKÁ and Karel SCHULMANN

G16-101

Multiple Fabric Patterns and Emplacement Mechanisms of a Composite Batholith: A Result of Polyphase Tectonic Evolution of Continental Magmatic Arc (Central Bohemian Batholith, Bohemian Massif)
Pages 112-113
Jiří ŽÁK Karel SCHULMANN and František HROUDA

G16-102

Physical Processes Along Internal Boundaries In An Con­tinen­tal Arc Magma Chamber: Tuolumne Batholith, Central Sierra Nevada, California (USA)
Pages 113-114

Jiří ŽÁK and Scott R. PATERSON

G16-103

Quartz and Feldspar Rheology Contrasts under Natural Thermal and Strain Gradients: A Comparative Study
Pages 114-115
Prokop ZÁVADA, Karel SCHULMANN, Ondrej LEXA and Jiří KONOPÁSEK

G16-104

The Northern Part of the Izera-Karkonosze Block: Fragment of the Saxo-Thuringian Passive Margin
Pages 115-116
Andrzej ŻELAŹNIEWICZ and Izabella NOWAK

G16-105

Metamorphism and Deformation in the Variscan Foreland: Isotopic and Structural Evidence from the Wolsztyn-Leszno Phyllites, Wielkopolska, Poland
Pages 117-118
Andrzej ŻELAŹNIEWICZ, Dirk MARHEINE and Teresa OBERC-DZIEDZIC

G16-106

Morphotectonic Properties Of Young Active Strike-slip Faults In Northern Vietnam
Page 118
Witold ZUCHIEWICZ and Nguyen Quoc CUONG

G16-107

8 th Meeting of the Czech Tectonic Studies Group st Meeting of the Central European Tectonics Group, Hrubá Skála Chateau, Czech Republic, April 24–27, 2003: EXCURSION GUIDE
Pages 123-132
Jakub ŠMÍD, Karel SCHULMANN and František HROUDA

DAY 1: Contrasting Flow Fabrics of Phonolite and Trachyte Domes and Implication to their Emplecement Mode: Example from České Středohoří Mts. – North Bohemia < 123 >

Zvon (about 1 Hour of Walk and Observations < 129 >

Dome Hradiště u Habří (2–3 Hours Walk, 4–5 Sites of Detailed Observations< 129 >

Phonolite s.s. Dome Bořeň (1 Hour of Walk and Observations) < 131 >

David ULIČNÝ, Stanislav ČECH and Radomír GRYGAR

DAY2: Tectonics and Depositional Systems of a Shallow-Marine, Intra-Continental Strike-Slip Basin: Exposures of the Český Ráj Region, Bohemian Cretaceous Basin < 133 >

Stop 1b: Hrubá Skála, Mountaineers Monument < 142 >

Stop 1c: Hrubá Skála, Prachovna < 142 >

Stop 2: Střeleč Quarry (Eximos Sklopísek Střeleč, a.s.) < 142 >

Deformation of Cretaceous Sediments in the Lužice Fault Zone, Malá Skála (Field Trip Stop 3) < 145 >

Proceedings of the 7 th Meeting of the Czech Tectonic Studies Group, Żelazno, Poland, May 9–12, 2002 (abstracts not included in volume Geolines 14)

Structural Geology and Sedimentology from Dipmeter Data: the Power of Wireline Logging
Page 153-154
Paweł Aleksandrowski

Projects ALP 2002 and SUDETES 2003 – Continuation of 3D Refraction Seismic Experiments in Central Europe
Page 154-155

ALP 2002 and SUDETES 2003 Organizing Committee (Ewald Brueckl, Marek Grad, Aleksander Guterch, Pavla Hrubcová and Aleš Špičák)

Tourmaline-Bearing Leucogranites from the Třebíč Pluton in the Moldanubicum
Pages 155-156
David Burianek and Milan Novak

Tectonic Environment and Magnetic Susceptibility of the West Carpathian Granites< 156 >
Pages 156-157
Dagmar Gregorová, Milan Kohút and František HROUDA

Development of the Gföhl Migmatites through Partial Melting and Textural Annealing of High-Grade Orthogneiss via Process of Disintegration of Solid State Texture
Pages 157-158
Pavlína HASALOVÁ and Karel SCHULMANN

Geochemical Variability of the Kłodzko – Złoty Stok Massif: Possible Role of Multiple Mafic End-Members of Hybrid Granitoids
Pages 158-159
František V. Holub and Jerzy Żaba

Generalized Angelier-Mechler`s/Arthaud`s Method
Pages 159-160
Miroslav HROZA and Rostislav MELICHAR

A Record of Oceanic and Continental Stages in Evolution of the Sudetic Ophiolites – New Evidence from Stable Isotope Composition of Silicate Minerals< 160 >
Pages 160-162
Mariusz O. JĘDRYSEK and Anita WEBER-WELLER

7 th Meeting of the Czech Tectonic Studies Group, Żelazno, Poland, May 9–12, 2002: Excursion Guide
Pages 165-183
Marek Awdankiewicz, Leszek Kurowski, Krzysztof Mastalerz and Paweł Raczyński

The Intra-Sudetic Basin – a Record of Sedimentary and Vol­canic Processes in Late – to Post-Orogenic Tectonic Setting

Stop 1. Miszkowice; Natural Outcrop Northwestwards from the Village

Stop 2. Kamienna Góra; old quarry in the SW part of the town

Stop 3. Czadrówek near Kamienna Góra; Abandonned Quarries on the Southern Slopes of Łysina Hill

Stop 4. Okrzeszyn; Abandonned Quarry North of the Okrze­szyn Village

Stop 5. Tłumaczów; Quarry of Trachyandesites

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