Experimental data for paper "hydraulic transmissivity inferred from ice-sheet relaxation following Greenland supraglacial lake drainages"

Lai, Ching-Yao
Issue date: 18 May 2021
Cite as:
Lai, Ching-Yao. (2021). Experimental data for paper "hydraulic transmissivity inferred from ice-sheet relaxation following Greenland supraglacial lake drainages" [Data set]. https://doi.org/10.34770/mx55-jz51
@electronic{lai_chingyao_2021,
  author      = {Lai, Ching-Yao},
  title       = {{Experimental data for paper "hydraulic t
                ransmissivity inferred from ice-sheet re
                laxation following Greenland supraglacia
                l lake drainages"}},
  year        = 2021,
  url         = {https://doi.org/10.34770/mx55-jz51}
}
Abstract:

This setup mimics ice lying above the drainage system. In the experiment, a fluid-filled blister is generated via liquid injection into the interface between a transparent elastic layer and a porous substrate. After injection of liquid, the fluid permeates from the blister through the porous substrate, the blister volume V(t) relaxes exponentially with time. Our lab experiments show that varying the permeability of the porous substrate k significantly impacts the relaxation timescale in the experiments.

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