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The stippled section describes a water system from a low-order divide to a nearby low-order valley; the thick lines mark there impermeable planes that are an intrinsic part of the U-shape ﬂow paths model, enlarged in Fig. 19. The cross-section emphasizes topographic undulations and disregards the location of the terminal base of drainage and the location of the main water divide. that are marked beneath the local divide and beneath the valley, and an impermeable horizontal rock bed is assumed at some depth).
Each of these large-scale systems is divided into numerous small-scale compartments, recognizable by their different properties (Mazor, 1993, 1995). ’’ The phenomenon of hydraulically sealed, isolated, and pressurized ﬂuid containing compartments has been observed in structures over 2000 m deep studied in connection with oil and gas prospecting. The concept is, in a way, a newcomer to the oil exploration community and is regarded as an unexpected observation. This point is reﬂected, for example, in the terms ‘‘abnormal pressure’’ or ‘‘overpressure,’’ applied to indicate pressures greater than the originally expected hydrostatic pressure.
A permeability of 10À7 m/day cannot be directly measured. It is assigned to clay by interpolation of indirect measurements, and this is done with prejudice—believing a priori that clay is permeable. In this regard one may follow the physicists—they do apply absolute terms, such as opaque, rigid, or impermeable. Why should not hydrologists do the same in the appropriate cases? Finally, there are examples of impermeable rock materials: . Fluid inclusions are common in mineral crystals that are 107–108 years old.