Molybdenite mineralization related to granites of the Austrian part of the South Bohemian Pluton (Moldanubicum); a comparison

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Authors:Koller, F.; Göd, R.; Högelsberger, H.; Koeberl, C.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
University of Vienna, Institute of Petrology, Vienna, Austria
BVFA Arsenal, Geotechnical Institute, Austria
Volume Title:Proceedings of the IAGOD Erzgebirge meeting; metallogeny of collisional orogens; focussed on the Erzgebirge and comparable metallogenic settings
Volume Authors:Seltmann, Reimar, editor; Kämpf, Horst; Möller, Peter
Source:p.318-326; IAGOD Erzgebirge meeting; metallogeny of collisional orogens; focussed on the Erzbebirge and comparable metallogenic settings, Geyer, Federal Republic of Germany, June 4-6, 1993, edited by Reimar Seltmann, Horst Kämpf and Peter Möller. Publisher: Czech Geological Survey, Prague, Czech Republic. ISBN: 80-7075-152-5
Publication Date:1994
Note:In English. 24 refs.; illus., incl. 1 table, geol. sketch map
Summary:Two MoS2 mineralizations at Nebelstein (in quartz-muscovite greisens) and at Hirschenschlag (vein-type MoS2-fluorite-pyrite mineralization in more apical parts) are derived from a biotite granite intruding older granites. [K.v.G.]
Subjects:Erosion; Fault zones; Faults; Granites; Igneous rocks; Metal ores; Mineralization; Moldanubian; Molybdenite; Molybdenum ores; Orogeny; Plutonic rocks; Pyrite; Pyrrhotite; Structural controls; Sulfides; Variscan Orogeny; Veins; Austria; Bohemian Massif; Central Europe; Europe; Hirschenschlag Austria; Igneous activity; Nebelstein Austria; South Bohemian Pluton
Abstract Numbers:95M/4089
Record ID:1995068411
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2019 American Geosciences Institute. Reference includes data from Mineralogical Abstracts, United Kingdom, Twickenham, United Kingdom
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