16th Conference on Planned and Inadvertent Weather Modification
    

Session 4

 Planned weather modification including promising new technologies such as the recent hygroscopic and winter orographic seeding experiments and evaluation methods for seeding experiments
 Organizers: William L. Woodley, Woodley Weather Consultants, Littleton, CO; Darin W. Langerud, North Dakota Atmospheric Resource Board, Bismarck, ND
8:30 AM4.1The Santa Barbara Cloud Seeding Project in Coastal Southern California, Operations and Research Spanning More Than 50 Years  extended abstract wrf recording
Don A. Griffith, North America Weather Consultants, Sandy, UT; and M. E. Solak, R. B. Almy, and D. Gibbs
8:45 AM4.2Observations of rime icing in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah: implications regarding winter season cloud seeding  extended abstract wrf recording
Mark E. Solak, North American Weather Consultants, Sandy, UT; and D. P. Yorty and D. A. Griffith
9:00 AM4.3The search for the optimal size of hygroscopic seeding particles  extended abstract wrf recording
Ronen Lahav, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel; and D. Rosenfeld
9:15 AM4.4Precipitation Evaluation of the North Dakota Cloud Modification Project (NDCMP) using the ND ARBCON Precipitation Data  extended abstract wrf recording
Paul A. Kucera, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND; and E. Wise
9:30 AM4.5The Snowy Precipitation Enhancement Research Program  extended abstract wrf recording
Mark F. Heggli, Innovative Hydrology, Auburn, CA; and B. Dunn, A. W. Huggins, J. Denholm, L. Angri, and T. Luker
9:45 AM4.6Artificial Atmospheric Ionization: A Potential Window for Weather Modification  extended abstract wrf recording
Phillip Kauffman, Ionogenics Corp., Bedford, MA; and A. Ruiz-Columbiť

Tuesday, 11 January 2005: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM

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