Transmissivity

Refers to the rate at which limestone allows the transmission of water. Limestone can be highly porous, but not very transmissive if the pores are not connected to each other. Technically speaking, it is the rate at which water is transmitted through a unit width of aquifer under unit hydraulic gradient. Transmissivity is directly proportional to aquifer thickness, thus it is high where the edwards is thick and low where it is thin, given the same hydraulic conductivity.


Source: Corrosion-Doctors.org

Wikipedia:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transmissivity