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Topic in Depth - Cloud Seeding

This Topic in Depth is about cloud seeding, a type of weather modification in which substances, such as silver iodide or dry ice, are added to the air in order to produce changes in the weather. ...
Cloud Physics: The Basics
This website from the Oklahoma Weather Modification Program encourages students to initiate a debate on the controversy surrounding the issue of inducing or...
Cloud Seeding Frequently Asked...
This site is provided by North American Weather Consultants, Inc. The site briefly answers questions such as "when did application of modern cloud seeding...
Can China Control the Weather?
Here, HowStuffWorks explains cloud seeding and its environmental impacts within China. Author Jacob Silverman explains how the process occurs and the benefits...
Weather Forecast Models
Weather Forecast Models from the NOAA, provides links to sites posting output from many of their numerical models. These models attempt to simulate the state...
Clouds
Created by Carl Wozniak, Clouds attempts to make the study of clouds and the processes of cloud formation more accessible for elementary and early secondary...



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