Estimated Possible Effects of AgI Cloud Seeding on Human Health

Ronald B. Standler State University of New York at Albany 12222

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Abstract

Estimates based on information in medical and meteorological literature indicate that AgI in the air and in precipitation does not pose a danger to people in the target area. Although the concentration of AgI near the generator is much larger, interviews with operators who have been seeding on a large scale for many years fail to disclose any instances of ill effects from AgI.

Abstract

Estimates based on information in medical and meteorological literature indicate that AgI in the air and in precipitation does not pose a danger to people in the target area. Although the concentration of AgI near the generator is much larger, interviews with operators who have been seeding on a large scale for many years fail to disclose any instances of ill effects from AgI.

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