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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

/pi·esim·e·ter/ (pi″ĕ-sim´ĕ-ter) instrument for testing the sensitiveness of the skin to 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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Soil, groundwater (two piezometers at each plot), surface water (localized at the lower part of each plot) and grass were sampled in each subplot.
Drainfield and piezometer samples within 15 m also had significantly higher median concentrations than those observed in background piezometers (p = .
According to Figure 10, the piezometer A had not water along the research period.
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7 days) from the deep piezometer (WMW) that had been corrected for barometric influence were evaluated using a Fast Fourier Transform.
Suction lysimeters and piezometers were installed in pairs 5 to 8 feet (150 to 240 centimeters) upgradient and downgradient of the disposal system.
And according to the Piezometer hydrograph of Salahchin, the water level dropping is started in 87-86 and continued until 91-90 that groundwater level has dropped 26 meters in 4 years.
A new disposable bailer was used to collect groundwater samples from each piezometer.
Transects of nested piezometers were installed at each site and are depicted in Fig.
Piezometers were installed up- and down-gradient of the OWS flow paths for groundwater sample collection and monitoring (Figures 2 and 3).