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    Beryl-columbite pegmatite Věžná I (2020/1)
    Toman, J., Novák, M., 2020: Beryl-columbitový pegmatit Věžná I. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 105, 1, 3–42 (with English summary)
    Beryl-columbite pegmatite Věžná I The beryl-columbite subtype Věžná I pegmatite has been subject of numerous scientific studies particularly from Petr Černý. It penetrates serpentinite and has a very complicated mineralogical evolution including several stages of crystallization.…
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    Evolution of chemical composition of tourmaline from the peraluminous orthogneisses from Olešenka, NE Moldanubian unit (2019/2)
    Buriánek, D., Houzar, S., Buřivalová, L., 2019: Vývoj chemického složení turmalínu z peraluminické ortoruly z lokality Olešenka v severovýchodní části moldanubika. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 104, 2, 169–178 (with English summary)
    Evolution of chemical composition of tourmaline from the peraluminous orthogneisses from Olešenka, NE Moldanubian unit Medium-grained porphyroclastic, garnet-biotite to biotite-muscovite orthogneiss with tourmaline from Olešenka consist of quartz, K-feldspar (P up to 0.02 apfu
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    Dumortierite and tourmaline from abyssal pegmatites at Vémyslice near Moravský Krumlov, Gföhl unit, Moldanubicum (2004/1–2)
    Cempírek, J., Novák, M., 2004: Dumortierit a turmalín z abysálních pegmatitů od Vémyslic u Moravského Krumlova, gföhlská jednotka, moldanubikum. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 89, 1–2, 45–54 (with English summary)
    Dumortierite and tourmaline from abyssal pegmatites at Vémyslice near Moravský Krumlov, Gföhl unit, Moldanubicum Abyssal pegmatites with dumortierite and tourmaline cut biotite-sillimanite gneiss at Vémyslice near Moravský Krumlov, Gföhl Unit. Pegmatites are highly peraluminous, characterized…
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    Tourmaline from the mica schist of the Svratka Crystalline Complex (2008/1–2)
    Buriánek, D., Čopjaková, R., 2008: Turmalíny ze svorů svrateckého krystalinika. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 93, 1–2, 61–79 (with English summary)
    Tourmaline from the mica schist of the Svratka Crystalline Complex Tourmaline is a typical accessory mineral for most of micaschists in the Svratka Crystalline Complex. Based on petrographic and chemical data, two main generations of tourmaline have been distinguished. The first generation…
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    Peraluminous granites in the south part Stražek Moldanubicum – example of the evolution peraluminous granitic melt (2011/2)
    Buriánek, D., 2011: Peraluminické granity v jižní části strážeckého moldanubika – příklad vývoje peraluminické granitické taveniny. – Acta Mus. Moraviae, Sci. geol., 96, 2, 69–82 (with English summary)
    Peraluminous granites in the south part Stražek Moldanubicum – example of the evolution peraluminous granitic melt Peraluminous muscovite-biotite granites sometimes with tourmaline form small bodies arranged along the Ořechov fault in the south part the Strážek Moldanubicum. According…
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    Pocket minerals from simple pegmatites and associated muscovite veins of Strážek Moldanubicum (Bohemian Massif, Czech Republic) (2014/2)
    Gadas, P., Hrazdil, V., Novák, M., Houzar, S., 2014: Minerály dutin jednoduchých pegmatitů a je doprovázejících muskovitových žil strážeckého moldanubika, Česká republika. – Acta Mus. Morav., Sci. Geol., 99, 2, 49–71 (with English summary)
    Pocket minerals from simple pegmatites and associated muscovite veins of Strážek Moldanubicum (Bohemian Massif, Czech Republic) Simple anatectic pegmatites with common pockets lined with crystals of smoky quartz, K-feldspar, albite, muscovite, zoned black tourmaline (schorl, oxy-schorl,…
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