Monday, March 3, 2008


Cloud seeding continued despite feeding of starving deer
KRDO, CO - Feb 26, 2008
(AP) - Cloud seeding to bring snow to parts of Gunnison County continued even as wildlife managers scrambled to feed mule deer left without grazing land by ...


Rainy days cast cloud over silver-seeding test
Courier Mail, Australia - 8 hours ago
Cloud seeders prefer to work in dirty air, air with particulates to which silver iodide crystals or salts fired into the cloud will stick. ...

Calcutta Telegraph
South rainmaker for UP
Calcutta Telegraph, India - 1 hour ago
Rao’s team had “seeded” the clouds with silver iodide fumes from the ground and common salt from the air. The technique was later used successfully in ...
Beijing hopes to control everything - even the weather - for ...
The Canadian Press - Feb 28, 2008
The most common way to seed clouds is blasting them with silver iodide, which is generally believed to be a safe chemical. Liquid nitrogen and dry ice can ...
Ostler: Clemens' song and dance is Kabuki theater at its finest
San Francisco Chronicle, USA - Mar 1, 2008
Fearing rain during Opening Ceremonies in Beijing, Chinese officials will seed the clouds with silver iodide. Peachy. The city already has deadly smog, ...
Five on one: What’s next?
Northwest Herald, IL - Feb 29, 2008
... Beijing by shooting rockets filled with silver iodide into the sky in an effort to shock rain out of any threatening clouds before they reach the city. ...

Rain, rain, go away. Now
TIME - Feb 29, 2008
Today weather modifiers often use silver iodide to create a similar effect. Cloud-seeding is not practiced much in the US anymore, as scientists have ...
Airborne bugs may trigger rain to get home
New Scientist (subscription), UK - Feb 29, 2008
It's why particles of silver iodide and dry ice are sometimes used to encourage rainfall. The idea that bacterial cells could have the same function is not ...
Swimmer Henry to miss Beijing
San Francisco Chronicle, USA - Feb 29, 2008
Peasants don military fatigues and helmets and squat behind rocket launchers, blasting the sky with silver iodide, hoping to shock rain from the clouds. ...
Playing god with gases
Gasworld.com (subscription), UK - Feb 15, 2008
In efforts to curb rainfall, the scientists have been seeding clouds with liquid nitrogen or silver iodide, depending on temperatures. ...

Uncompahgre Plateau has cloud seeding potential
Montrose Daily Press, CO - Mar 1, 2008
There are about 100 cloud seeding generators in Colorado, serving to provide powder to resorts and snowpack leading to stream flows for irrigation, ...
Zimbabwe Resorts to Cloud Seeding
Zimbabwe Gazette, Zimbabwe - Feb 28, 2008
By Lee Shungu, on February 28 2008 16:35 Zimbabwe has resorted to cloud seeding in an effort to bring rains so as to improve agricultural production, ...
Cloud seeding not harming western Colorado wildlife
KJCT8.com, CO - Feb 27, 2008
BY CRYSTAL COSTA There's been criticism out, insisting cloud seeding brought snow to parts of Gunnison County, even as wildlife managers scrambled to feed ...

Cloud seeding continued despite feeding of starving deer
KRDO, CO - Feb 26, 2008
(AP) - Cloud seeding to bring snow to parts of Gunnison County continued even as wildlife managers scrambled to feed mule deer left without grazing land by ...
Zimbabwe: Met Dept to Start Cloud Seeding
AllAfrica.com, Washington - Feb 18, 2008
THE Meteorological Services Department will start cloud seeding in some farming areas tomorrow following a two-week dry spell. The department said it had ...
Cloud-seeding halted over concerns
Denver Post, CO - Feb 27, 2008
In the southern part of the basin around Slumgullion Pass and other areas, the snowpack hadn't been deep enough to cut off the seeding project, ...
Beijing hopes to control everything - even the weather - for ...
The Canadian Press - Feb 28, 2008
A recent study in Oklahoma and Texas uncovered little evidence that cloud seeding works. Like China, many American programs are run by local governments ...
Editorial: Better than cloud seeding?
Bonitanews (subscription), FL - Feb 24, 2008
By NAPLES DAILY NEWS STAFF This is the way Southwest Florida’s fortunes have been going for nearly a year now with water. ...
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