Original paper

Exploring the scale-dependent permeability of fractured andesite

Volume: 447, Pages: 139 - 150
Published: Aug 1, 2016
Abstract
Extension fractures in volcanic systems exist on all scales, from microscopic fractures to large fissures. They play a fundamental role in the movement of fluids and distribution of pore pressure, and therefore exert considerable influence over volcanic eruption recurrence. We present here laboratory permeability measurements for porous (porosity = 0.03–0.6) andesites before (i.e., intact) and after failure in tension (i.e., the samples host a...
Paper Details
Title
Exploring the scale-dependent permeability of fractured andesite
Published Date
Aug 1, 2016
Volume
447
Pages
139 - 150
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