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The term “measurement” as used in AER directives generally means “measurement, recording, and reporting.” While measurement is the determination of a volume, recording and reporting are integral components of measurement in that after a fluid volume is “measured,” mathematical procedures (recording) may have to be employed to arrive at the desired volume to be “reported.” Notwithstanding this all-encompassing definition, for skae of emphasis this directive refers to “measurement and reporting” recognizing that separate functions take place in the field and in the office.