hydraulic conductivity

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hydraulic conductivity (countable and uncountable, plural hydraulic conductivities)

  1. (geology) A material property (e.g., for rocks or soil) that describes the rate which water can flow through pore spaces or fractures. SI units: m/s. Symbol: K.