Development of precipitation efficiency hypotheses for seeded and natural cumulus clouds using results from a weather modification experiment
Keywords:Weather Modification Research
AbstractA conceptual model based on basic cloud physics reasoning has been combined with the results of a summer cloud seeding program (Project Cloud Catcher) to formulate hypotheses of precipitation efficiency in cumulus clouds. The hypotheses describe the dominant physical characteristics or mechanisms which are responsible for the efficiency with which a cloud system (seeded or unseeded) precipitates.
How to Cite
Klazura, G. (1975). Development of precipitation efficiency hypotheses for seeded and natural cumulus clouds using results from a weather modification experiment. The Journal of Weather Modification, 7(1), 58–69. https://doi.org/10.54782/jwm.v7i1.701
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