Cloud and precipitation formation and modification by refineries and power plants
Keywords:Impacts of Human Activity
AbstractRefinery and power plant emissions (heat, water vapor, and hygroscopic nuclei) can trigger or enhance clouds. These processes have been observed, photographed, and studied. The purpose of this paper is to present a small part of the photographic documentation of these cloud impacts and to illustrate some of the cloud forms produced and their interactions with other clouds. Other papers in this subject area will document the direct linkage of power plant emissions to clouds and to ultimate precipitation and the uses of manmade clouds for rainfall enhancement, pollution clean up, and energy production......
How to Cite
Stinson, J. R., & Brown, C. (1977). Cloud and precipitation formation and modification by refineries and power plants. The Journal of Weather Modification, 9(1), 32–37. https://doi.org/10.54782/jwm.v9i1.620
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