fracture porosity

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A form of secondary porosity generated by tectonic fracturing (see tectonism) of the rock. Such porosity can develop in any rock, allowing the development of productive reservoirs in rocks such as granites and gneisses. See porosity; choquette and pray classification; and reservoir rock.

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