A Report on the Conference on the Science and Technology of Cloud Seeding in the Black Hills

A Report on the Conference on the Science and Technology of Cloud Seeding in the Black Hills meeting review A Report on the Conference on the Science and Technology of Cloud Seeding in the Black Hills Harold D. Orville Institute of Atmospheric Sciences South Dakota School of Mines and Technology 501 East St. Joseph St. Rapid City, SD 57701-3995 1. Introduction 2. Session Summaries The past few years have seen a diminishing water The first session, chaired by P. L. Smith of the Institute supply in the Black Hills of western South Dakota of Atmospheric Sciences, gave some background in- and eastern Wyoming. Water levels in the reservoirs formation on the climatology and hydrology of the in the region have decreased to less than 50% of Black Hills and defined the problem of low water for capacity, some as low as 10% . This causes great con- the communities in the hills. Four of the five years cern about future agricultural and municipal water have seen below-normal precipitation in the hills, supplies in the area, particularly considering that the whic h are a natural catchment for a much larger re- Black Hills are a water resource for an area much gion, including all of western South Dakota and some more extensive than the Hills themselves. Plans http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

A Report on the Conference on the Science and Technology of Cloud Seeding in the Black Hills

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-71.6.832
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meeting review A Report on the Conference on the Science and Technology of Cloud Seeding in the Black Hills Harold D. Orville Institute of Atmospheric Sciences South Dakota School of Mines and Technology 501 East St. Joseph St. Rapid City, SD 57701-3995 1. Introduction 2. Session Summaries The past few years have seen a diminishing water The first session, chaired by P. L. Smith of the Institute supply in the Black Hills of western South Dakota of Atmospheric Sciences, gave some background in- and eastern Wyoming. Water levels in the reservoirs formation on the climatology and hydrology of the in the region have decreased to less than 50% of Black Hills and defined the problem of low water for capacity, some as low as 10% . This causes great con- the communities in the hills. Four of the five years cern about future agricultural and municipal water have seen below-normal precipitation in the hills, supplies in the area, particularly considering that the whic h are a natural catchment for a much larger re- Black Hills are a water resource for an area much gion, including all of western South Dakota and some more extensive than the Hills themselves. Plans

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jun 1, 1990

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