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letters to the editor was done in NHRE and SCPP." No Reclamation staff Comments on "Experimentation involv- or contractor personnel were removed from SCPP ing controversial scientific and techno- because of their scientific opinions. The replacement logical issues: Weather modification as a of the late Olin Foehner by Dennis as Project Director case illustration" was the result of a major realignment of duties at Rec- lamation's Denver Office following the selection of a The authors provide interesting insights into four major new Chief of the Office of Atmospheric Resources weather-modification projects and suggest ways to Research in 1980. To the best of our knowledge, it did improve performance on future projects. We have a not result from any disagreement between Mr. Foehner special interest in their article because one of the proj- and higher levels of management about the scientific ects discussed is the Sierra Cooperative Pilot Project direction of SCPP. The departure of the first SCPP (SCPP). Dennis became the SCPP Project Director in Site Director, Dr. Larry Vardiman, in 1982 to accept a the Denver Office of the Bureau of Reclamation in faculty position at a private college resulted from a per- 1981 and Reynolds became the Site Director at Au- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-71.12.1758
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was done in NHRE and SCPP." No Reclamation staff Comments on "Experimentation involv- or contractor personnel were removed from SCPP ing controversial scientific and techno- because of their scientific opinions. The replacement logical issues: Weather modification as a of the late Olin Foehner by Dennis as Project Director case illustration" was the result of a major realignment of duties at Rec- lamation's Denver Office following the selection of a The authors provide interesting insights into four major new Chief of the Office of Atmospheric Resources weather-modification projects and suggest ways to Research in 1980. To the best of our knowledge, it did improve performance on future projects. We have a not result from any disagreement between Mr. Foehner special interest in their article because one of the proj- and higher levels of management about the scientific ects discussed is the Sierra Cooperative Pilot Project direction of SCPP. The departure of the first SCPP (SCPP). Dennis became the SCPP Project Director in Site Director, Dr. Larry Vardiman, in 1982 to accept a the Denver Office of the Bureau of Reclamation in faculty position at a private college resulted from a per- 1981 and Reynolds became the Site Director at Au-

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Published: Dec 1, 1990

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