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The Atlas of Plutonic Rocks and Orthogneisses in the Bohemian Massif

Welcome to the web pages of the The Atlas of Plutonic Rocks and Orthogneisses in the Bohemian Massif. The draft represents an attempt to provide structured information on the research status of plutonic and orthogneiss bodies primarily in the Czech part of the Bohemian Massif. The manuscript is divided into six parts:

INTRODUCTION

1. BOHEMICUM

2. MOLDANUBICUM

3. SAXOTHURIGICUM

4. LUGICUM

5. MORAVO-SILESICUM AND BRUNOVISTULICUM

DATA SUPPLEMENT

All parts of the atlas result from a compilation of published information and data without any attempt on the part of the authors to critically classify and correct them. Basic parameters of the individual plutonic bodies are accompanied by geological sketches, classification diagrams and tables of the chemical composition based on 4,500 chemical analyses including trace elements. A list of references used in constructing the given diagrams is an integral part of the atlas.

The monograph represents a loose continuation of the collective work by workers of the CGS Geological Atlas of the Czech Republic – Stratigraphy (in Czech), published by the Czech Geological Survey in 1994 for a wider geological public and teaching at universities. Our atlas represents an explanatory dictionary of the regional-geological nomenclature of plutonic bodies of the Bohemian Massif and it also features proposals concerning their terminology and hierarchical classification.

We are aware of a number of inadequacies in view of the large extent of the monograph; our work therefore needs many corrections. However, we are convinced that presentation of the atlas in electronic form at this stage will establish interactive communication between its administrators and users, especially from abroad, and that new supplements and comments will be acquired. Therefore, we cordially invite you to be a part of the "living" compendium focused on granitoids of the Bohemian Massif.

The manuscript improvement

Do you have data that should be added to this atlas or that change text, tables and figures? Please submit to the following e-mail address for the next edition.

Sincerely
Josef Klomínský, Tomáš Jarchovský and Govind S. Rajpoot

Contact:
Josef Klomínský
Czech Geological Survey
Klárov 131/3
118 21 Prague 1
Czech Republic
Fax (+420) 257 531 376
E-mail address: josef.klominsky@geology.cz

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Česká geologická služba
Klárov 131/3
118 21 Praha 1
tel.: +420257089488
fax: +420 257 531 376
josef.klominsky@geologycz