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These are data from a 2.5 m deep vibrating wire piezometer (RST Instruments, model VW2100-0.07) grouted in place near the center of Oak Ridge Earthflow. The borehole was manually excavated into mélange with a hand auger and backfilled with a grout slurry composed of water, cement, and bentonite (weight ratio = 2.49 : 1.00 : 0.41). The files below include a Matlab script to process the raw piezometer data, and apply ground temperature and air pressure corrections.
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