weather modification in the U.S.S.R.—1969,

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  • 1 Institute of Atmospheric Physics, The University of Arizona, Tucson
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1 The reader of this report should bear in mind that it is based on hastily scribbled notes, some of them made while riding buses over country roads. In addition, it should be noted that communication via interpreters sometimes leads to misunderstandings. As a consequence, it is likely that this version of weather modification research in the Soviet Union contains some errors. The author hopes this did not occur too often and extends apologies to Soviet scientists whose work or views may have been misrepresented. The views expressed here are those of the author and are not necessarily shared by others in the Delegation.

2 Preparation of this manuscript was partially supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant GA-13949.

3 The author is grateful to other members of the Delegation who reviewed the manuscript and suggested improvements.

1 The reader of this report should bear in mind that it is based on hastily scribbled notes, some of them made while riding buses over country roads. In addition, it should be noted that communication via interpreters sometimes leads to misunderstandings. As a consequence, it is likely that this version of weather modification research in the Soviet Union contains some errors. The author hopes this did not occur too often and extends apologies to Soviet scientists whose work or views may have been misrepresented. The views expressed here are those of the author and are not necessarily shared by others in the Delegation.

2 Preparation of this manuscript was partially supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant GA-13949.

3 The author is grateful to other members of the Delegation who reviewed the manuscript and suggested improvements.

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