This is a report of the world accomplished and results obtained under a 2-year contract. The primary objective of the Wasatch Weather Modification Project is to assess the effectiveness of selected procedures for increasing the water supply in the Wasatch Mountains by cloud seeding. As part of this overall objective, an airborne seeding experiment has been conducted for two winter seasons. Preliminary results of this experiment indicate a positive seeding effect within and on the periphery of the designated target area. A summary of project designs, procedures, and problems encountered is also included. Data processing, editing, analysis and display procedures, and computer programs are described. Hydrologic and climatological support studies are described and results presented.
Chappell, Charles F.; Fletcher, Joel E.; Reynolds, George W.; McNeill, William N.; and Campbell, Ronald, "Development of Cold Cloud Seeding Technology for Use in Precipitation Management" (1971). Reports. Paper 564.