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J. WARREN SMITH

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Phillip J. Smith

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E. J. Smith

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Analysis of three cloud seeding experiments over areas of Australia suggests that results varied with cloud-top temperature; when cumulus and similar clouds had top temperatures ≲−10C rainfall was increased by seeding, but when the cloud tops were warmer rainfall was decreased.

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Phillip J. Smith

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A procedure is introduced which allows estimation of the net influence of subgrid-scale thermodynamic processes on large-scale available potential energy. A numerical example representing the average energetics over North America for March, 1962 suggests that “net” subgrid-scale generation greatly exceeds the average grid-scale generation, with positive contributions occurring in the low and middle troposphere.

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