Weather Modification: More Than Bargained For?

Part of the Advances in Global Change Research book series (AGLO, volume 32)

Throughout history, humans have tried to modify weather and climate, or at least to understand them more fully. Particularly in the drylands, where rainfall is scarce and variable, there has been a keen interest in: (1) understanding and being able to predict this variability; or even better, (2) finding ways to “make it rain” when natural rainfall is inadequate.


Tree Ring Rainfall Variability Arid Land World Meteorological Organization Northern Hemisphere Temperature 
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