Selected Techniques for Assessing Weather Modification: Texas Hail Suppression Case
AbstractAn operational hail suppression project in the Texas Panhandle areas in 1970-1976 was evaluated using a variety of graphical display methods and statistical techniques. When using a historical target-control approach, the findings indicate s significant 48% reduction of hail insurance loss/cost values in the 2-county target area during the seeding period. The results were compared with a hail-suppression project in Kansas, which showed comparable reduction in the target area. The exploratory techniques are shown to be useful in deciding about further use of more elaborate statistical techniques.
How to Cite
Hsu, C.- fei. (2012). Selected Techniques for Assessing Weather Modification: Texas Hail Suppression Case. The Journal of Weather Modification, 17(1), 18–22. https://doi.org/10.54782/jwm.v17i1.106
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