Pore Water Samplers

Used in geology, hydrogeology, soil science, and building science, the porosity of a porous medium such as rock or sediment describes the fraction of void space in the material, where the void may contain, for example, air or water. The porosity of a rock, or sedimentary layer, is an important consideration when attempting to evaluate the potential volume of water or hydrocarbons it may contain.

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