Martin Lindner

Martin Lindner

MSc

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October 2016 - present
University of Salzburg
Position
  • PhD Student
July 2015 - August 2015
GBA - Geologische Bundesanstalt für Österreich
Position
  • Intern
Education
October 2014 - July 2016
University of Salzburg
Field of study
  • Geology
October 2010 - October 2014
University of Salzburg
Field of study
  • Geology

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Publications (21)
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The Dobra gneiss and the Spitz gneiss are Precambrian orthogneisses in the Austrian part of the Moldanubian Zone. 38 samples of the Spitz gneiss and 33 samples of the Dobra gneiss were collected and geochemically analyzed using x-ray fluorescence. An important result is that the Dobra gneiss is not a uniform gneiss body. Discrimination of a graniti...
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The Spitz Gneiss, located near the Danube in the southern sector of the Variscan Bohemian Massif, represents a ~13 km² large Late Proterozoic Bt ± Hbl bearing orthogneiss body in the Lower Austrian Drosendorf Unit (Moldanubian Zone). Its formation age (U–Pb zircon) has been determined previously as 614±10 Ma. Based on 21 new geochemical analyses, t...
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U-Pb zircon dating and geochemical investigations were applied to rocks from the Variscan deformed and metamorphosed Drosendorf Unit of the Eastern Bohemian Massif, Austria. Data show that this unit contains remnants of a Mesoproterozoic granite (Dobra Gneiss Type A), early Neoproterozoic sediments (paragneiss, marble) and late Neoproterozoic volca...
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For a long time, the 1.38 Ga old Dobra Gneiss (Type A) from the Lower Austrian Drosendorf Unit (Moldanubian Zone, Bohemian Massif) was considered the oldest rock of Austria. We now have dated zircons from a local mafic inlayer in the Dobra Gneiss Type A, termed Hauergraben Gneiss. This small-scale amphibole-bearing orthogneiss has a magmatic format...
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Comprehensive zircon thermometry that takes into account zircon saturation temperatures, Ti-in-zircon measurements, and zircon morphologies and microstructures can provide key information on the thermal evolution of a granite batholith. The Variscan South Bohemian batholith (Germany, Austria, and Czech Republic) comprises a series of granitoid unit...
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Constraining the controls on the distribution of sediment at a continental scale is a critical step in understanding long-term landscape and climate evolution. In particular, understanding of the role of rivers in wider sediment routing and impacts on aeolian loess formation on a continental scale remains limited. Extensive Quaternary loess deposit...
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The Drosendorf Unit (DU) of Lower Austria has gained increasing attention during the past years as it contains many pre-Cadomian rocks (Gebauer and Friedl 1994; Lindner et al. 2020, 2021). These comprise 1.38-1.40 Ga old orthogneisses (Dobra Gneiss Type A, Hauergraben Gneiss), as well as metasedimentary rocks with an early Neoproterozoic deposition...
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Magnetic fabric (MF) investigations complemented by geochemical and grain surface analyses of the understudied and controversial marine isotope stage (MIS) 5 b, 4 and 3 loess deposits in the Lower Volga region, Russia show that the material has been transported and deposited by wind and to a large extent experienced post-depositional reworking. Gra...
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Whole-rock geochemical analyses for the Dobra Gneiss samples. https://geolsoc.figshare.com/collections/The_Dobra_Gneiss_and_the_Drosendorf_Unit_in_the_south-eastern_Bohemian_Massif_Austria_West-Amazonian_crust_in_the_heart_of_Europe/4940946/3
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Results of a typical measurement, along with analytical uncertainties for single elements and X-ray lines. https://geolsoc.figshare.com/collections/The_Dobra_Gneiss_and_the_Drosendorf_Unit_in_the_south-eastern_Bohemian_Massif_Austria_West-Amazonian_crust_in_the_heart_of_Europe/4940946/3
Data
U-Pb dating results for the Dobra Gneiss and Paragneiss samples. https://geolsoc.figshare.com/collections/The_Dobra_Gneiss_and_the_Drosendorf_Unit_in_the_south-eastern_Bohemian_Massif_Austria_West-Amazonian_crust_in_the_heart_of_Europe/4940946/3
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Additional trace element data for the Bittesch Gneiss. https://geolsoc.figshare.com/collections/The_Dobra_Gneiss_and_the_Drosendorf_Unit_in_the_south-eastern_Bohemian_Massif_Austria_West-Amazonian_crust_in_the_heart_of_Europe/4940946/3
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The Bohemian Massif consists of various peri-Gondwana terranes that amalgamated in the course of the Variscan orogeny. The Saxothuringian and the Moldanubian Zones are consid-ered to belong to the Armorican Superterrane which has an African affinity (TAIT et al., 1997). Characteristic for the Armorican Superterrane is the absence of zircons with ag...
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The Bohemian Massif consists of various allochthonous peri-Gondwana terranes that amalgamated during the Variscan orogeny (Winchester et al. 2002). Some of these terranes had been joined with the North African sector of Gondwana in the Neoproterozoic (Armorican Terranes), others with the South American Gondwana sector (Avalonian Terranes). The Saxo...
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Overdeepened valleys are unambiguous features of glacially sculpted landscapes. They result from erosion at the bed of the glacier and their size and shape is determined by ice dynamics and the characteristics of the underlying bedrock. Major overdeepened valleys representing vertical bedrock erosion of several hundreds of meters are characteristic...
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The Dobra gneiss is situated at the base of the Variegated Series of the Austrian part of the Moldanubian Zone. A possible correlation with the Moravian Bittesch gneiss has been discussed in previous work (Frasl 1970; Matura 1976; Finger and Steyrer 1995; Matura 2003; Finger et al. 2007). However, different zircon ages of 1,39 Ga (Gebauer and Fried...
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Im Waldviertel finden sich drei große Orthogneiszüge mit präkambrischem Protolithalter (FUCHS & MATURA, 1976; FRIEDL et al., 2004): der Dobra Gneis (DG) (Zirkonalter 1,38 Ga, GEBAUER & FRIEDL, 1993), der Spitzer Gneis (SG) (610 Ma) und der moravische Bittesche Gneis (BG) (ca. 580 Ma). Die Vergneisung der Gesteine erfolgte i.W. während der variszisc...

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Understanding the formation and evolution of the zoned Freistadt Granodiorite pluton in the Bohemian Massif of Austria.