Further analysis of a snowfall enhancement project in the Snowy Mountains of Australia

@inproceedings{Manton2017FurtherAO,
  title={Further analysis of a snowfall enhancement project in the Snowy Mountains of Australia},
  author={Michael John Manton and Andrew D. Peace and Karen Kemsley and Suzanne L. Kenyon and Johanna C. Speirs and Loredana Warren and John A. Denholm},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract The first phase of the Snowy Precipitation Enhancement Research Project (SPERP-1) was a confirmatory experiment on winter orographic cloud seeding (Manton et al., 2011). Analysis of the data (Manton and Warren, 2011) found that a statistically significant impact of seeding could be obtained by removing any 5-hour experimental units (EUs) for which the amount of released seeding material was below a specified minimum. Analysis of the SPERP-1 data is extended in the present work by first… CONTINUE READING

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