Mineralogy of polymetallic ore occurrences near Maršov and Javůrek villages (Svratka Dome, Moravicum)

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Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. Geol. 87 (2002), issue 1–2, pages 74–85
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Mineralogy of polymetallic ore occurrences near Maršov and Javůrek villages (Svratka Dome, Moravicum)

The ore occurrences near the Maršov and Javůrek villages (central part of the Svratka Dome) are described. The veins contain galena, sphalerite (with about 0.2 wt. % Fe), chalcopyrite, tetrahedrite (with up to 8.22 wt. % Ag, up to 8.86 wt. % As), quartz, barite, fluorite and supergene minerals (“limonite-stilpnosiderite”, malachite, azurite, chrysocolla, cerusite, hemimorphite, pyromorphite, aurichalcite, covellite). Sulfur isotopes of sulfides show large dispersion (-1.2 to -9.1 o CDT) caused probably by Eh changes. Fluid inclusion data suggest that mineralization formed at temperature of up to 150°C (Th ranges between 109 and 150°C) from fluids with variable salinity (up to 22 wt. % NaCl equiv.).

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Karel Malý, Vysočina Museum Jihlava, Masarykovo nám. 55, 586 01 Jihlava, Czech Republic, e-mail: malykarel@post.cz
Petr Dobeš, Czech Geological Survey, Geologická 6, 152 00 Praha 5, dobes@cgu.cz

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Malý, K., Dobeš, P., 2002: Mineralogie polymetalických rudních výskytů u Maršova a Javůrku (svratecká klenba moravika). – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 87, 1–2, 74–85 (with English summary)
ISSN: 1211–8796