a unit of area measurement equal to a square measuring one meter on each side.
, sq. m.
There is not one square meter in the world that does not belong to somebody.
For every square meter of the site, archeologists tabulate exactly what is there and in what amounts.
Each night, both kinds of spores rain down on an area of about a square meter on the forest floor.
In one day they typically capture one liter of water per square meter of mesh.
The pressure generated by the bomb at the hypocenter-the point directly under the blast-was about ten tons per square meter.
Now, they are seeing several dozens per square meter.
When crowds are moving, there should be no more than two to four people per square meter to prevent injury.
At the bottom of a fjord, the water pressure can be hundreds or even thousands of kilograms per square meter.
On a normal day, the power focused on the tower could reach four megawatts per square meter-far more than can be safely utilized.
The scientists flew up and down the reef taking pictures of every square meter.