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piesimeter

 [pi″e-sim´ĕ-ter]
an instrument for testing the sensitiveness of the skin to pressure.

pi·e·sim·e·ter

, piesometer (pī'ĕ-sim'ĕ-tĕr, pī-ĕ-som'ĕ-tĕr),
An instrument for measuring the pressure of a gas or a fluid.
Synonym(s): piezometer
[G. piesis, pressure]

piesimeter

(1) A device for measuring pressure sensitivity. 
(2) An instrument for measuring gas or liquid pressure.

pi·e·sim·e·ter

, piesometer (pī'ĕ-sim'ĕ-ter, -som'ĕ-ter)
An instrument for measuring the pressure of a gas or a fluid.
[G. piesis, pressure]
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Drainfield and piezometer samples within 15 m also had significantly higher median concentrations than those observed in background piezometers (p = .047 and .018, respectively).
Every group of piezometers was installed in between 2 laterals and along them (500 meters).
To measure pore water pressure development, pneumatic piezometers and hydraulic piezometers were installed.
Two overlapping series of 4096 hourly water-levels (170.7 days) from the deep piezometer (WMW) that had been corrected for barometric influence were evaluated using a Fast Fourier Transform.
However, although the piezometer tests indicate that Ksat just above the grey- and red-mottled zone is approximately 0.2 m day, there is very little lateral gradient; horizontal flow to rootholes is therefore quite slow.
The piezometers had trouble obtaining samples in dryer soils.
Time lag is correlative with distance of piezometer versus reservoir and hydraulic conductivity of core of dam.
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