Yulia V. Erban Kochergina

Yulia V. Erban Kochergina
Czech Geological Survey · Laboratory of Radiogenic Isotopes



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Additional affiliations
September 2012 - present
Charles University in Prague
  • PhD Student
March 2012 - present
Czech Geological Survey
  • Researcher


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Projects (5)
Deep subduction and relamination of felsic continental crust rich in radiogenic elements have far-reaching consequences for the thermal state and rheology of the orogenic lithosphere as well as mantle enrichment processes. The project proposes an integrated study of petrology, geochemistry and Sr–Nd–Pb–Li–O–Mg–Cr isotopic systems in Early Carboniferous ultrapotassic plutons, related to deep subduction of continental crust, in Bohemian Massif, French Massif Central and Vosges. This study should provide pivotal information about mantle and crustal sources of parental magmas in the Variscan orogenic root (Moldanubian Zone) and their further evolution. In turn, these data represent a key input into any large-scale model aimed at explaining the geotectonic development of the European crust and lithospheric mantle. More importantly, the proposed research should improve our understanding of the nature and genesis of ultrapotassic magmas with peculiarly mixed mantle–crustal signatures, as well as the general geotectonic development of younger collisional orogens, e.g. Andes or Himalayas.
Archived project
Grant Agency of Charles University, Grant No. 38715 This project focused on the detailed study of the museum collection, the artefacts from the Egyptian Museum of Leipzig University, sampled with kind permission granted by the collection curator, dr. Dietrich Raue. Project was lead in cooperation with Jiří Kmošek, a specialist in archeometallurgy.
Using petrological, geochronological and geochemical methods to constrain the variability and causes for variability in (meta-) igneous rocks of the Bohemian Massif. The main emphasis is on petrogenesis and geodynamic setting of the studied magmatic suites.