Increases in Silver Iodide attributable to ground generators: Highlights of the 1975 Alberta ground generator experiment
Keywords:Weather Modification Research
AbstractDuring the summer of 1975, Intera Environmental Consultants conducted a field research program to investigate the cloud seeding potential from a network of ground-based silver iodide generators. The purpose of this study was to determine the heights and concentrations of silver iodide by means of selected aircraft traverses at different levels. This program was part of an evaluation of the potential for cloud seeding from ground-based sources, directed by the Alberta Weather Modification Board.....
How to Cite
Grandia, K., & Davison, D. (1977). Increases in Silver Iodide attributable to ground generators: Highlights of the 1975 Alberta ground generator experiment. The Journal of Weather Modification, 9(1), 57–65. https://doi.org/10.54782/jwm.v9i1.624
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