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WERTICH, Vojtěch, Marek DOSBABA and Jaromír LEICHMANN. Mokrsko Gold Deposit: Cathodoluminescence Textures of Hydrothermal Quartz, Fluorite and Geochronology – Supporting Evidence for Intrusion Related Gold Deposit. In 13th SGA Biennal Meeting, Nancy – France. 2015. ISBN 978-2-85555-066-4.
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Original name Mokrsko Gold Deposit: Cathodoluminescence Textures of Hydrothermal Quartz, Fluorite and Geochronology – Supporting Evidence for Intrusion Related Gold Deposit
Name in Czech Ložisko zlata Mokrsko: Katodoluminiscenční textury hydrotermálního křemene, fluorit a geochronologie – podpůrný důkaz pro intrusion related gold deposit
Authors WERTICH, Vojtěch (203 Czech Republic, guarantor, belonging to the institution), Marek DOSBABA (203 Czech Republic) and Jaromír LEICHMANN (203 Czech Republic).
Edition 13th SGA Biennal Meeting, Nancy – France, 2015.
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Original language English
Type of outcome Konferenční abstrakta
Field of Study Geology and mineralogy
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
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RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14310/15:00083996
Organization Přírodovědecká fakulta - Repository
ISBN 978-2-85555-066-4
UT WoS 000374801300146
Keywords (in Czech) Katodoluminiscence; ložisko zlata; hydrotermální křemen; fluorit; intrusion related
Keywords in English Cathodoluminescence; gold deposit; hydrothermal quartz; fluorite; intrusion related
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Abstract
Mokrsko gold deposit with its 100 t of reserves can be ranked among the most important gold deposits in the Europe. Although the intensive exploration works took place at the deposit, the origin of the deposit is still not completely resolved. Aim of the research, presented in this abstract, is to use a combination of modern analytical methods (including cathodoluminescence) allowing detailed analysis of ore-bearing hydrothermal quartz and contribute to the issue of the genesis of the deposit. Cathodoluminescence studies of samples from the deposit showed, that hydrothermal quartz has several generations, which point to changes of crystallization conditions during mineralizing events. First two generations of the quartz show partially preserved growth zoning and third generation recrystallization of fissures in veins. Complicated CL textures of hydrothermal quartz, presence of fluorite in gold-bearing ore structures, temporal and spatial relationship to intrusion of the Blatna suite (part of the Central Bohemian Pluton) could indicate, that the deposit has closer affinity to intrusion related gold deposit.
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