Krušné Hory

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Krušné Hory:

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[Ger.,=ore mountains], Czech Krušné Hory, mountain range, along the Czech–German border, extending c.95 mi (150 km) from the Fichtelgebirge in the southwest to the Elbe River in the northeast.
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Breiter, K.: 2002, From explosive breccia to unidirectional solidification textures: magmatic evolution of a phosphorus- and fluorine-rich granite system (Podlesi, Krusne hory Mts., Czech Republic), Bull.
Breiter, K.: 2008, Mineral and textural evolution of subvolcanic A-type granite: Hora Svate Kateriny stock, Krusne Hory Mts., Czech Republic.
Breiter, K.: 2002, From explosive breccia to unidirectional solidification textures: magmatic evolution of a phosphorusand fluorine-rich granite system (Podlesi, Krusne Hory Mts., Czech Republic).
Foster, H.J.: 2001, The radioactive accessory-mineral assemblage of the Podlesi granite-pegmatite system, western Krusne hory: implications to intrusion age and magmatic/hydrothermal fluid-rock interaction.
This area is situated at the NW margin of the Svatava crystalline block, which is a part of the Krusne hory (Erzgebirge) crystalline unit.
The spa area is situated within the Lesny-Lysina Massif in the SW part of the Western Krusne Hory Mts.
In order to assess the on-going horizontal movements along the two main tectonic directions in the area under investigation (the Marianske Lazne fault (MLF) zone and the Krusne hory Mts), directions were projected onto the velocity components, corresponding to these directions (Fig.
Two of them set on Sudeten Fault structures, other two on structures that belong to the Krusne Hory Mts.
As for the effects that concern the Krusne Hory Mts.
1b) was performed for years in this crucial section of Krusne Hory Mts.
Chan, B.: 2005, Registration of tilts and ground water table at the toe of Krusne hory Mts.
A detailed survey of the region started more than hundred years ago and brought basic knowledge of its tectonic setting (Hibsch, 1930): an integral idea of a graben--or subsided block (Senkungsfeld)--with SW-NE-striking fault systems: the Krusne hory Fault (Erzgebirgsbruch) in the NW and the Ohre Fault (Egerbruch) in the SE.