Seeding of Clouds in Tropical Climatesby W.E. Howell,
Serial Information: Journal of the Irrigation and Drainage Division, 1960, Vol. 86, Issue 1, Pg. 55-78
Document Type: Journal Paper
Warm-cloud seeding with spray or hygroscopic particles often dissipates small clouds but often initiates or increases rainfall from clouds that exceed 4000 ft in depth; seeding with dry ice or silver iodide in supercooled clouds; results of warm-cloud seedings in tropical clouds; new model of convective cloud fields to determine approach of individual clouds to rainstage; effects of warm and of supercooled cloud seeding on this model.
Subject Headings: Weather modification | Tropical regions | Rainfall | Uncertainty principles | Particles | Ice
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