Cloud Seeding and Cloud-to-Ground Lightning

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  • 1 The University of Arizona, Tucson
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Abstract

During the summers of 1958 to 1962, convective clouds over a mountain range in southeastern Arizona were seeded by means of airborne silver-iodide generators. The data collected do not allow a conclusion that the seeding influenced the amount of cloud-to-ground lightning.

Abstract

During the summers of 1958 to 1962, convective clouds over a mountain range in southeastern Arizona were seeded by means of airborne silver-iodide generators. The data collected do not allow a conclusion that the seeding influenced the amount of cloud-to-ground lightning.

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