diameter tape

diameter tape

[dī′am·əd·ər ‚tāp]
(engineering)
A tape for measuring the diameter of trees; when wrapped around the circumference of a tree, it reads the diameter directly.
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We measured diameter at a height of 1.4 m with a diameter tape for each tree.
Search online for "diameter tape measure" ($10 and up).
Creek walks around the forest to each of his crop trees, ranging from white pine and basswood to oak and maple, with a notebook and a diameter tape, measuring his "girls."
The trunk diameter including the bark at the level of the contour is obtained with a diameter tape, and bark thickness is measured on several ridges that touch the tape.