Published Online: 01 June 1987
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The tiltmeter described consists of an electrolytic sensor (a glass jar containing an electrolyte and six electrodes) and a portable AC digital conductivity meter, which reads conductivity changes resulting from tilting deflections. The tiltmeter has a sensitivity of 2 to 8 min of arc/cmu (conductivity meter unit), with a measurement range of more than 45°. This tiltmeter measured earth flow subsurface movements reliably. It was easy to install and read.
Scientistvisiting scientist, Forest Research Institute, New Zealand Forest ServiceChengdu Institute of Geography, ChristchurchChengdu, Sichuan
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