EARLIER STUDIES WITH INDICATIONS OF THE PRESENCE OF SUPERCOOLED LIQUID WATER AND / OR SEEDING INCREASES IN RELATION TO ATMOSPHERIC VARIABLES

@inproceedings{Griffith2013EARLIERSW,
  title={EARLIER STUDIES WITH INDICATIONS OF THE PRESENCE OF SUPERCOOLED LIQUID WATER AND / OR SEEDING INCREASES IN RELATION TO ATMOSPHERIC VARIABLES},
  author={Don Griffith and David P. Yorty and Warren E Weston and Mark E. Solak},
  year={2013}
}
The concept of “winter cloud seeding windows” is a familiar theme found in a number of earlier publications. More recent feasibility studies, physical observations and analyses of existing cloud seeding programs have indicated that some of this earlier thinking has considerable merit. The concept that deep winter storm systems with cold cloud tops often appear to be naturally efficient with little or no supercooled liquid water content is especially important. It appears from a variety of… CONTINUE READING

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