CLOUD SYSTEMS AND PRECIPITATION PROCESSES IN PACIFIC COAST STORMS

@inproceedings{Caskey1956CLOUDSA,
  title={CLOUD SYSTEMS AND PRECIPITATION PROCESSES IN PACIFIC COAST STORMS},
  author={James E. Caskey},
  year={1956}
}
From the records obtained during the Weather Bureau Artificial Cloud Nucleation Project carried out in western Washington State during the winters of 1952-53 and 1953-54, i t is possible to study the nature of some of the precipitation processes evident in that locality, and to form a preliminary generalized picture of certain types of cloud systems involved. Evidence is presented of natural seeding mechanisms and of the growth of hydrometeors by diffusion, coalescence, aggregation, and… CONTINUE READING

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