Miroslav Štemprok

Professor
Institute of Petrology and Structural Geology
Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
E-mail: stemprok@natur.cuni.cz

Responsibilities at Versita:

  • ore geology,
  • magmatic petrology,
  • hard-rock geochemistry

 

Recent publications:

M. Štemprok:
The origin and mineralization of the tin-bearing granites of the Krušné hory (Erzgebirge) province: A 3-dimensional approach with new data on ore deposit zoning around a granite batholith.
Global tectonic and metallogeny 8, (2003), pp. 215 – 226

M. Štemprok, F.V. Holub, J.K. Novák:
Multiple magmatic pulses of the Eastern Volcano-Plutonic Complex, Krušné hory/Erzgebirge batholith, and their phosphorus contents.
Bull. Geosciences 78, (2003), pp. 277 – 296

M. Štemprok, E. Pivec, A. Langrová:
The petrogenesis of a wolframite-bearing greisen in the Vykmanov granite stock, Western Krušné hory (Czech Republic).
Bull. of Geosciences 80, (2005), pp. 163 – 184

P. Kováříková, W. Siebel, E. Jelínek, M. Štemprok, V. Kachlík, F.V. Holub, V. Blecha:
Petrology, geochemistry and zircon age for redwitzite at Abertamy,NW Bohemian Massif (Czech Republic): tracing the mantle component in Late Variscan intrusions. Chemie der Erde 67, (2007), pp. 151 – 174

M. Štemprok, D. Doleš, A. Müller, R. Seltmann:
Textural evidence of magma decompression, devolatilization and disequilirbium quenching: an example from the Western Krušné hory/Erzgebirge granite pluton. Contrib.Mineral. Petrol. 155, (2008), pp. 93 – 109

M. Štemprok, T. Seifert, F.V. Holub, M. Chlupáčová, D. Dolejš, J.K. Novák, E. Pivec, M. Lang:
Jour. of Geosciiences 53, (2008), pp. 65 -104

P. Kováříková, W. Siebel, E. Jelínek, M. Štemprok, V. Kachlík, F.V. Holub, V. Blecha:
Dioritic intrusions of the Slavkovský les (Kaiserwald),Western Bohemia: their siginficance in late Variscan granitoid magmatism.
Int. J.Earth. Sci. (Geol. Rundsch), (2009), DOI 10.1007/s.00531-008-0406-0

V. Blecha, M. Štemprok, T. Fischer:
Geological interpretation of the gravity profiles through the Karlovy Vary massif (Czech Republic).
Studia geophysica and geodaetica 53, (2009), pp. 25 – 314