85th AMS Annual Meeting

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

Tuesday, 11 January 2005: 8:30 AM-10:00 AM
Organizers:  William L. Woodley, Woodley Weather Consultants and Darin W. Langerud, North Dakota Atmospheric Resource Board
  8:30 AM
The Santa Barbara Cloud Seeding Project in Coastal Southern California, Operations and Research Spanning More Than 50 Years
Don A. Griffith, North America Weather Consultants, Sandy, UT; and M. E. Solak, R. B. Almy, and D. Gibbs

  8:45 AM
Observations of rime icing in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah: implications regarding winter season cloud seeding
Mark E. Solak, North American Weather Consultants, Sandy, UT; and D. P. Yorty and D. A. Griffith

  9:00 AM
The search for the optimal size of hygroscopic seeding particles
Ronen Lahav, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel; and D. Rosenfeld

  9:30 AM
The Snowy Precipitation Enhancement Research Program
Mark F. Heggli, Innovative Hydrology, Auburn, CA; and B. Dunn, A. W. Huggins, J. Denholm, L. Angri, and T. Luker

  9:45 AM
Artificial Atmospheric Ionization: A Potential Window for Weather Modification
Phillip Kauffman, Ionogenics Corp., Bedford, MA; and A. Ruiz-Columbiť