Reported Results from 600 Cloud Seeding Projects

by Clement J. Todd,
Wallance E. Howell,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Critical Water Issues and Computer Applications


The authors conclude that cloud seeding is an effective way of increasing precipitation when applied to the appropriate clouds and climate. Reported results from research projects show that the frequency distribution of the increases in precipitation from cloud seeding is a function of the type of cloud seeded. The effect on seasonal precipitation is related to the cloud type makeup of the climate.

Subject Headings: Weather modification | Project management | Precipitation | Frequency distribution | Water resources | Climates | Seasonal variations | Rainfall frequency

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