Background and summary information on the Kings River weather modification program conducted during the 19-year period from 1954 through 1973
Keywords:Weather Modification Operations
AbstractThe Kings River is one of several streams which originates in the high snowfields along the western slope of the Sierra Range in California and flows from its 1600 square mile watershed to the rich San Joaquin Valley. Emerging from the foothills east of Fresno, the total annual flow has ranged from a minimum of less than 400,000 acre feet to a maximum of more than 4,300,000 acre feet. The average for the past 40 years has been approximatel1y, 600,000 acre feet......
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Henderson, T. (1975). Background and summary information on the Kings River weather modification program conducted during the 19-year period from 1954 through 1973. The Journal of Weather Modification, 7(1), 184–191. https://doi.org/10.54782/jwm.v7i1.713
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